What is one movie you have seen a million times and still wouldn't mind watching right now?
Ferris Beuller's Day Off or Dirty Dancing There are several that I'd watch multiple times but I've probably seen these two the most and never get tired of them.
A tremendous combination of dry humor, action, adventure, and a little violence all based on actual occurences. It can't be beat!
I love to watch "Arthur" or "Shawshank Redemption", but my wife says I never miss a chance to watch "Pretty Woman".
Transformers (1986). I've probably seen it about 100 times and could watch it another 100 times.
The Hustler from 1961 starring Paul Newman and Piper Laurie. Great story, fantastic acting, wonderful film.
If I land on any of the following movies while channel surfing I have to stop and watch. I never get tired of them.
The Breakfast Club
Star Wars (don't ever call it "Episode IV: A New Hope" in my presence - it's simply STAR WARS dammit!)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.....which is filled with memorable scenes, lines and seems to get better over time.
Doonie Darko and Thirteen. I have seen both of these movies a million times and love them.
The Princess Bride. Lots of memorable dialogue and interesting characters. It never gets old!
Advent Children Complete
Lord of the Rings Trilogy, on a side note they announced a third Hobbit movie that's going to have the battle of Dol Guldur. w00t
Conan the Barbarian (One with Arnold Schwarzenegger)
Ip Man aaaaaaand a bunch more ....
You've Got Mail or When Harry Met Sally. Two of my favorite chick flicks that I could watch over and over again.
The Lion in Winter with Peter O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn. It's perfect in every way, and the scary part it's just like being at home....god I love dysfuctional families.
Any of the "Love Comes Softly" series by Janette Oke, Anne of Green Gables, Sarah Plain and Tall, and Pride and Prejudice. I love these movies!
The Princess Bride is among my favorites. With a great cast and unique characters this adventure comedy is a classic. It is a perfect representation of what a good movie should be and is told in a way we rarely see anymore.
"Field of Dreams" I own this movie and I still stop to watch it whenever it comes on TV. The monologue given by James Earl Jones' character about baseball being the one constant is classic, and I still choke up when Roy Kinsella (Kevin Costner) has "a catch" with his Dad. I'm getting emotional just writing about it!
The Goonies. That movie get's me going everytime, they don't make kids movies like that anymore!
Fried Green Tomatoes, Sweet Home Alabama "you have a baby... in a bar!" Stand By Me... probably more but those are the three favorites that come to mind right away. Good question!
There are a few; however, if must select one, it would be: The Bishop's Wife (1947) with Cary Grant, Loretta Lynn and David Nevin.
Read his question and my brain just flat out short circuited. Too many movies! Can't pick favorites! Seriously, if I had time, I'd watch just about any good movie I've ever seen. Ask my hubby ... Who's probably contemplating separation anytime he sees me strolling toward the DVDs in a store because there is literally not room for another "favorite" in any cabinet in our house! Yep, probably need 12 steps again.
There's a lot. Off the top of my head, "I, Robot," "Treasure Planet," (yes, Planet, not Island), "White Oleander," "Back to the Future: Part 1 or 2," "Sister Act," and any of the "X-Men" movies.
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs-absolutely brilliant and hilarious!
hahaha, like I said on other questions:
1. Shawshank Redemption ( I have it and can't stop watching it)
2. Forrest Gump
3. The Day After Tomorrow
4. The Sisterhood of the traveling pants
5. I am Sam
Many Many more...
On my list are:
You've got mail,
My best friend's wedding,
by Daisy Mariposa 4 years ago
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by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
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by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
What a wonderful surprise I have just had. I have just discovered that my hubs have been viewed a total of 1 million times!
by Ludivine 8 years ago
One movie you would watch other and other again. What would it be?
by Digitskyes 7 years ago
What film can you re-watch the most?And why do you think you keep getting enjoyment out of it?
by kpfingaz 3 years ago
Well there's got to be over 100 threads in this forum about Favorite movie. So anyway I know Hollywood has played some pranks on us (read: threw shitty movies at us) and tried to make us watch them. I've seen some. You know they're really horrible when:>> You fall asleep multiple times trying...
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