Can you name at least two movies worth watching more than once?
The Big Lebowski directed by the Cohen Brothers and Nixon, directed by Oliver Stone.
i guess the movie Nixon would be worth looking at.
I would get the full director's cut. But I still think Lebowski is the better of the two.
Okay Old Empresario I will keep that statement in my thoughts.
The Truman Show and A Beautiful Mind were the first two that I thought of, but there are many for various reasons.
Twister, Armageddon, Dante's Peak and Independence Day. I'm a big fan of 1990's action flicks.
Than you for the answer. I looked at trailers on YouTube and I think I am going to want to watch Dante's Peak.
Agreed with Georgie its a highly recommended movie! Enjoy it!
As Good as it gets!, Legaly Blond, princess bride, big fat greek wedding, goodwill hunting
Dante's peak is something I could completely agree with Georgie, but Grown ups its such a corny movie but I find myself uncontrolably laughing over it. Open Season is another one...
But if I had to down right pick 2 movies to watch over and over again Dante's Peak and Ice Angel .. Two of the greatest movies!
I'm kind of a scifi geek so I love to watch "Independence Day" and "Star Trek TNG First Contact" over and over again.
Thank you for all the great answers. I had a lot of fun watching trailer of them on YouTube.
Dune, Blade Runner................................................
I'm an Indian, the two movies which shattered me are 'castaway' hero 'tom hanks', and Indian telugu language film 'Orange' hero-Ram charan Teja', and many Indian films like, Black, Endhiran, Lagaan, My name is khan etc....which definitely inspire you.
Inception because it's very well done and it probably requires at least a couple viewings for anyone to grasp what's going on.
Only 2? LOL
"Walk the Line"
"Shall We Dance"
so many more!!!
Sorry, I'm the high octane type. How about:
Back to the Future
Notting Hill ( I watched it more than 30 times)
I have a list of these type of movies. But here are few movies
Ace Venture (Pet Detective)
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