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    Default movies you never get sick of watching

    mine is Boogie Nights

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    Mean Girls

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    „Man can do what he wants but he cannot want what he wants.“
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    To me watching the same movie or reading the same book is pointless and dull. I think Mask is the only movie I watched more than thrice.

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    This is really embarrassing, but Fear because Mark Wahlberg is super hot in it. I don't know if you all know, but my real name is Nicole and the main characters name is Nicole and there is this one lovemaking scene where they're getting hot and heavy and he lets out a breathy 'I love you Nicole' and I always get butterflies in my stomach imagining Mark Wahlberg is saying it to me.



    *drops panties*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglas View Post
    To me watching the same movie or reading the same book is pointless and dull. I think Mask is the only movie I watched more than thrice.
    Congratulations, you picked the film, I shat on the most.

    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    I don't know if you all know, but my real name is Nicole and the main characters name is Nicole and there is this one lovemaking scene where they're getting hot and heavy and he lets out a breathy 'I love you Nicole' and I always get butterflies in my stomach imagining Mark Wahlberg is saying it to me.
    I try not to think about it having had the "pleasure" to deal with Nicole who was SLI as well, on this forum.

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    I once saw Pleasantville three times in the same week and didn't think anything of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Congratulations, you picked the film, I shat on the most..
    Here we go again. A Neanderthal from Poland expressed his meaningless opinion to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglas View Post
    Here we go again. A Neanderthal from Poland expressed his meaningless opinion to me.
    Currently in Poland, maggot. And my opinion is worth so much as yours, nothing.

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    Groundhog Day. I watch it any time I see it on. I pretty much know every line.

    I've also seen The Money Pit dozens of times.

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    tommy boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pa3s View Post
    ITS EXCITEMENT IS HEADED STRAIGHT FUCKING FOR YOU, MAN!!!!

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    The Big Lebowski (1998)

    also original trilogy Star Wars ofc

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    When I was a kid I had seen Spaceballs and Robin Hood: Men In Tights so much I had every line from both memorized backwards and forwards. On long car trips my brother and I would just start with the first line from either and we'd end up reciting the whole thing.
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    I guess Some Like It Hot* and episodes from The Good Life fit the bill. Otherwise mostly like Anglas, don't re-watch.


    *The voices in the german version are hilarious.
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    I don't really have any movies like that.
    There are movies I really like and own...but I don't watch them a lot.

    Donnie Darko maybe I could watch a lot. I've only seen it once though. Black Swan was super good too. Amelie. I dunno.
    The Great Gatsby was suuuuper good. I can't wait to see it again.

    I just prefer to see movies I haven't seen rather than movies I have seen a few times.
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    Blade Runner; Asylum (Patrick Mcgrath book version); Marketa Lazarova; Pontypool; The Sensualist; Strings; anything Hitchcocky or by Bergman... bascially anything with strong visuals/atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirreltual View Post
    Blade Runner
    directors cut, i hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    When I was a kid I had seen Spaceballs and Robin Hood: Men In Tights so much I had every line from both memorized backwards and forwards. On long car trips my brother and I would just start with the first line from either and we'd end up reciting the whole thing.
    when i was a kid i had an obsession with the never ending story and spent maybe two or three weeks keeping track of how much i watched it and it was about thirty times. its the movie i've seen the most.

    i very rarely rewatch movies these days unless i'm with other people who are reactive or talk a lot during movies.

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    The Burbs, Sherlock Holmes, Wanted, Salt, Harry Potter, Errr I dunno, a lot of movies. My favorite is Wedding Crashers ...My brother and I watch it together all the time. I like Vince Vaughn a lot. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by lungs View Post
    when i was a kid i had an obsession with the never ending story and spent maybe two or three weeks keeping track of how much i watched it and it was about thirty times. its the movie i've seen the most.
    I'd totally forgotten about this! I used to watch it a few times a week. And omfg... That bugger Artax ruined my life

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    don't all kids rewatch the hell out of their movies?

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    being a dinosaur (and having parents who didn't get a vcr or cable until I was a tween) I had to make due with when stuff came on TV, but mine as a kid were Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. There were a couple of years before we bought one where we'd RENT a vcr every now and then, and I'd always get Tron as my movie (we'd rent a bunch of movies along with the vcr).

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    oh yeah and then later when my family went through a phase of renting movies every week and my parents were always like "again??" because i chose buffy the vampire every single time. kristy swanson was my hero.

    but yeah i guess that's a kid thing, you're right, bg.

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    ohh... i could probably recite the entire script to Fast Times at Ridgemont High, that should probably be one of mine too

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    Pride and prejudice...

    What can I say? Inside this hard and unattractive exterior is a pathetic sappy romantic.

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    Duh.



    I actually very rarely watch something more than once unless it's Herzog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    Pride and prejudice...

    What can I say? Inside this hard and unattractive exterior is a pathetic sappy romantic.
    I've spent half my life attempting to love Jane Austen and I can't because my heart is black and full of maggots and roaches.

    I've actually read P&P no less than three times (as recently as last year) and I could not tell you a damn thing about it other than there is lots of dramaz with boys running of with innocent girls and destroying their lives.

    I'm more of a Wuthering Heights kinda girl I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    I've spent half my life attempting to love Jane Austen and I can't because my heart is black and full of maggots and roaches.
    I will admit, I had a harder time enjoying some of her other books, so I do not blame you. What is it about it you don't enjoy?


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    I'm more of a Wuthering Heights kinda girl I guess.
    Oh dear... I have not read it, and the last time I purchased the book, it was stolen from my bag the next day; I took it as fate.

    I've heard a lot of things about Wuthering Heights, and it is 'dramaz'

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    The writing is great. Fuck. It's stupendous. The content though. The content.

    High drama over nothing. Even for the period. I just generally hate what I call "relationship" novels. There has to be something else going on or it doesn't hold my interest. I'm not a romantic.
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    Blade Runner, Chung King Express, Gattaca, Communion, all six seasons of Buffy (or at least the first four)

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    ^ Chungking Express is brilliant! I've only watched it once though.

    Recently I watched Withnail & I about 3 times in as many weeks. It got better every time. There are a few other films that I'll watch about once a year (A Clockwork Orange, Amelie, Pulp Fiction...) But the real 'movies you never get sick of' that I'll watch pretty much whenever they're on TV / I feel like it are:
    Star Trek (2009 - though The Voyage Home is probably my favourite),
    The Lord of the Rings (If I catch even five minutes of one I have to watch the whole trilogy)
    Love Actually (It comes on TV every Christmas then once in the summer for no particular reason. Still great)
    Boondock Saints (This I watched for the first time recently and then watched it the next day and then spent a week watching all the best bits on youtube)
    Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God. It even has a watermark.

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    There isn't a single one I didn't "get sick of watching."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahmyn View Post
    Groundhog Day. I watch it any time I see it on. I pretty much know every line.
    OMG! Me too! I once went through a phase where I watched it everyday for a month. It's like, the more you watch it, the funnier it gets. It had so many great one liners.
    "Yeah, they're called hicks Rita."
    Plus all the meaning behind it is really cool, blah, blah, blah.
    My local cinema had a showing this Groundhogs Day and I was so bummed I couldn't go.

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    Good Will Hunting
    American History X
    The Hunt for Red October
    The Silence of the Lambs
    Knight Moves
    Seven
    some of the James Bond movies (those with SC) are movies that come to mind that I rewatch(ed) but only when they run late in the evening and then I basically just use them to wind down and get into sleep mode.

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    I get tired of watching movies I've already seen in general. There are movie scenes that I like and never get tired of though ...
    Amber casts infinity of shadows, and my Avalon had cast many of its own, because of my presence there. I might be known on many earths that I had never trod, for shadows of myself had walked them, mimicking imperfectly my deeds and my thoughts.

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    I rarely ever watch a movie twice. If I do, it's been years since I watched it, so I don't remember it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet city woman View Post
    I rarely ever watch a movie twice. If I do, it's been years since I watched it, so I don't remember it.

    My brain remembers the highlights and later on I incorporate certain clips into a kind of story with different characters… I can then make a kind of picture flip book out of them? It’s hard to explain.
    I think my brain is “Mr Kite” and I benefit …It’s like that Beatles song.
    Amber casts infinity of shadows, and my Avalon had cast many of its own, because of my presence there. I might be known on many earths that I had never trod, for shadows of myself had walked them, mimicking imperfectly my deeds and my thoughts.

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    12 monkeys
    pulp fiction
    children of men
    big lebowski
    the princess bride
    blade runner


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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Anglas
    Here we go again. A Neanderthal from Poland expressed his meaningless opinion to me.
    Currently in Poland, maggot.
    Strong defense, Absurd. As long as that's clear.

    Seriously, people?

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