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    Name the movies that you never get bored of watching.

    A thread to post up the movies you've watched more than once and that you never get bored of.

    I'll kick of with some that I must have watched over a dozen times..

    Quadraphenia
    Zulu
    Predator
    Platoon
    Lock stock and two smoking barrels
    Pulp fiction
    The Great Escape
    Shalom

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    Nice list!

    Dirty Dancing
    Mamma Mia (Edmond will be surprised
    Shawshank Redemption
    Grease
    Hustlers
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    pulp fiction

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Shawshank Redemption
    Brilliant!
    Same as the book.
    Green Mile on the list as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Green Mile on the list as well.
    Yes, have also seen Forest Gump more than once!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Yes, have also seen Forest Gump more than once!
    That's another classic on the list!

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    Snatch
    Blade Runner
    The Road Warrior
    Tropic Thunder
    Boogie Nights
    The Producers

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    Fantastic Kitty!
    Love Snatch the sequel to lock stock and two smoking barrels.

    Blade runner great!

    Gonna have to check the others out!

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    I will stick on Let It Ride (1989) at least annually. Simply the best feelgood movie of all time, and so brilliantly written and cast.

    Richard Dreyfuss as a hapless, failed gambler having one last hurrah at the track. Robbie Coltrane playing the sarcastic bastard taking his bets.

    Just a brilliant character piece. Might be a bit hard to find a decent torrent though.

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    some good examples on everyones lists. in no particular order:

    Zulu
    Guns of Navarrone
    As good as it gets
    The Warriors
    Blazing Saddles
    Gremlins
    Fast Times at Ridgemont high
    Clueless (personal fave)
    Across the Universe
    Trainspotting
    Ben Hur

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    Clueless (personal fave)
    A coming of age teen movie for girls.

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    It’s cute, though, and Brittany Murphy is in it!

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    Battle Of Britain

    Lawrence of Arabia

    Snatch

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    Casablanca.

    Most Hitchcock movies: North by Northwest, Rebecca, Rear Window.

    Kurosawa: Rashomon, Seven Samurai, Kagemusha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    It’s cute, though, and Brittany Murphy is in it!
    It is cute, I like it, I was just teasing Re.

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    Thought of a few more..

    A Beautiful Mind
    E.T
    The Naked Gun
    Seven
    Silence of the Lambs

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    forgot Where Eagles Dare

    Clueless is technically perfect
    and i still wear plaid on the weekends

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    FARGO
    Burn after reading
    The Maltese Falcon
    Day of the Jackal
    Dial M for Murder
    The Long Goodbye
    Battle of Britain
    Casablanca
    The Hill
    Enigma
    No country for old men
    Lacombe Lucien
    Clockwise
    Ghost
    Trains Planes and Automobiles
    and of course Withnail and I

    trailer below
    "I'd rather have a VuVuzela than a FooFoo seller" Lulu of Alabia

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    Zulu (watched it 2 nights ago - amazingly the full movie is on youtube)
    Midway (original version)
    Glory
    Shawshank Redemption
    Hidden Figures
    Waterloo (also full movie on youtube)

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    ^^ Fargo and No Country For Old Men. That’s two I will watch anytime I get a chance.

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    Life of Brian is a heart-warming Christmas movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ Fargo and No Country For Old Men. That’s two I will watch anytime I get a chance
    Agree! In regards to British movies, I like Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill and The Spy that Shagged Me.

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    * Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens . . . simply a masterpiece
    * Pulp Fiction
    * Rote Sonne
    * Die Blechtrommel . . . powerful
    * Mon Oncle . . . won an academy award even
    * Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    * Metropolis

    A bit of a mixed bag, german, French, Brit and American - they're all so very different in style and intent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Agree! In regards to British movies, I like Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill and The Spy that Shagged Me.
    10 Rillington Place
    The Servant
    Mona Lisa
    Long Good Friday
    Gumshoe
    The Duke
    Kes
    Cal
    Women in Love


    and the original classics with Morry Micklewhite

    Get Carter "for me it's a full time job"
    Ipcress File "Lose that door"
    Italian Job "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!"

    plus worth watching once if you like cold war film noir

    Funeral in Berlin (1966)

    and in my opinion less so
    Billion Dollar Brain (1967).

    Slow very British Emma Thompson movies including
    The Remains of the day
    Sense and Sensibility both gems

    Finally Kubricks final masterpiece of cinematography Barry Lyndon

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    ^^Nosteratu is an amazing film. I’ve only seen it once but would definitely watch it again.

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    The Last Samurai
    Gladiator
    Apocolypse Now
    Forrest Gump
    Citizen Kane
    Pulp Fiction
    Casablanca
    Cool Hand Luke

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