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Movies You've Watched More Than 10 Times

For some reason I can watch the following unlimited times:

Coma The Odessa File The Day of the Jackel The Descendants any Margaret Rutherford Marple

by Anonymousreply 188Last Sunday at 3:00 PM

The Leopard

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The Shining

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Gladiator

by Anonymousreply 309/12/2020

Amelie The Awful Truth Bringing Up Baby Diabolique Lord Love a Duck North By Northwest Rear Window Roman Holiday Rosemary's Baby The Stunt Man Sunday in New York ...and any Margaret Rutherford Miss Marple!

by Anonymousreply 409/12/2020

Two for the Road

El Secreto de sus ojos

Polisse

Raise the Red Lantern

The Bridge on the River Kwai

Breaker Morant

by Anonymousreply 509/12/2020

Rebecca

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L. o. A.

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Nightmare on Elm Street

by Anonymousreply 809/12/2020

The Quick and the Dead (1995)

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An Unmarried Woman

Godfather

Godfather II

The Heiress

Yankee Doodle Dandy (and probably others on Million Dollar Movie on WOR-TV New York)

The Parent Trap (Hayley Mills)

101 Dalmatians (Disney cartoon)

Sleeping Beauty (Disney cartoon)

St. Elmo's Fire (incomplete chunks when I randomly run into it on TV)

by Anonymousreply 1009/13/2020

Lolita (1962)

The Sure Thing

LA Confidential

Some Like It Hot

Gilda

The Shining

The Haunting (1962)

Becket

by Anonymousreply 1109/13/2020

When Harry Met Sally

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It’s a wonderful life, Singing in the rain

by Anonymousreply 1309/13/2020

The Matrix

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The Chalk Garden

The Grass Is Greener

The Haunting [1963]

The Innocents

Man's Favorite Sport?

Pretty Poison

Serial

Tootsie

The Wizard of Oz

by Anonymousreply 1509/13/2020

Blade Runner

by Anonymousreply 1609/13/2020

R15 I can see a common denominator in 3 of those.

I think we should be asking ourselves WHY we've gone to the effort of seeing these singular movies ten times each.

Most movies become tiresome after two viewings so I suggest these particular movies fulfil some need within our psyche.

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Alien

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Sexy Beast

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Jaws

The Haunting (original 1962)

The Great Escape

Summer Wars (Subtitles, NOT dubbed)

The Battle of Britain (1969)

Zulu (1964)

Pursuit of the Graf Spee

Aliens

Tootsie

Minority Report

by Anonymousreply 2009/13/2020

R17: Deborah K? Good catch. R4 is also my list. [Note Cary G and Tuesday W are regulars, too.]

I've been loving these films since childhood, when I discovered many of them staying up late watching "The Late Show"-airings on network TV [[italic]way[/italic] before cable and video... They're like comfort food.

I can list many, many more...

by Anonymousreply 2109/13/2020

9 songs

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Beaches

Ruthless People

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The Silence of the Lambs

Little Shop of Horrors

Sunset Boulevard

Gypsy (Midler version)

Evita

Scream

by Anonymousreply 2309/13/2020

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman [1958]

Cat People [1942]

Charade

The Heiress

Horror Hotel [[italic]aka/italic] The City of the Dead]

How To Steal a Million

The Letter

The Lion in Winter

Notorious [1946 Hitchcock]

Village of the Damned [1960]

by Anonymousreply 2409/13/2020

Twenty-five posts to mention All About Eve?

Are there any gay men left here?

by Anonymousreply 2509/13/2020

Vertigo and Terms of Endearment

by Anonymousreply 2609/13/2020

R25: I guess not... And of those who are here -- why do they always look like unhappy rabbits?

by Anonymousreply 2709/13/2020

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I know someone who has all the releases of IL GATTOPARDO, be it 10 editions of blurays, 10 editions of DVDs, 10 editions of VHSs, VCDs, laserdiscs. Kinda OCD, I must say.

by Anonymousreply 2809/13/2020

2001: A Space Odyssey

Amores Perros

Apocalypse Now

Badlands

Barry Lyndon

Days of Heaven

Dial M for Murder

The DIscreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

Godfather

Godfather II

GoodFellas

The Graduate

Jackie Brown

Miller's Crossing

North by Northwest

Pulp Fiction

Rear Window

A Room with a View

Rosemary's Baby

Shallow Grave

The Thin Red Line

The Third Man

Trading Places

Trainspotting

Weekend (Andrew Haigh)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Wonder Boys

by Anonymousreply 2909/13/2020

Mame

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Dawson's 25 Load Weekend

by Anonymousreply 3109/13/2020

[quote]Mame [quote]—guess which one

Okay.

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OMG So many obsessed people!

I'm assuming half of you were watching a DVD instead of dressing up and paying for it in the cinema.

by Anonymousreply 3309/13/2020

"Dressing up," r33? Yeah, we wore our flying suits and ties.

by Anonymousreply 3409/13/2020

I would never not have seen Ordinary People fewer than ten times.

by Anonymousreply 3509/13/2020

The Birdcage. I seem to be in the minority; few other millennials have seen it.

by Anonymousreply 3609/13/2020

The real Buck would never have used a double-negative like in r35. Go home, Conrad.

by Anonymousreply 3709/13/2020

The Day of the Jackal.

Godfather, 1 & 2.

Dial "M" For Murder.

The French Connection.

Hoosiers.

by Anonymousreply 3809/13/2020

Rocky Horror Picture Show

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Maurice The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Greene While You Were Sleeping Lady Beware Presque Rien The Lost Boys Sound of Music Evita Body Heat Sleepy Hollow Invictus The Johan Falk trilogy

Really, it's more like summoning a time and place that matters than the actual story.

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CLEOPATRA

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The Parent Trap

The Trouble With Angel's

Pollyanna

Drop Dead Gorgeous

Moonstruck

The Blind Side

Yours, Mine, and Ours

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Autocorrect added the apostrophe.

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Death Becomes Her

by Anonymousreply 4409/13/2020

Also Foul Play, Bagdad Cafe, On the Border, Nadine, Tightrope, 4th Man Out, Taekwando, and the outlier, Russian Ark

by Anonymousreply 4509/13/2020

Anything with Janeane Garofalo in it.

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Excalibur

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Mulholland Drive

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On the Border with Casper Van Dien getting a gay kiss

by Anonymousreply 4909/13/2020

The Wizard of Oz

The Sound of Music

Grease

Xanadu

9 to 5

Terms of Endearment

About Last Night...

Beaches

When Harry Met Sally

The Devil Wears Prada

The Sex and the City Movie (first one)

The John Hughes canon

by Anonymousreply 5009/13/2020

Henry V (Branagh version)

Nicholas & Alexandra

Working Girl

Shane

Wizard of Oz

The Women (1939)

His Girl Friday

All About Eve

Some Like It Hot

by Anonymousreply 5109/13/2020

Anne of Green Gables (the Megan Follows version)

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Foul Play

Seems Like Old Times

The Lost Boys

Grease

Dead Again

Jaws

Carrie

Jezebel

All About Eve

Midnight

Bring it On

The Descent

The Crazies

Grease 2

Xanadu

A Woman Scorned

Death of a Cheerleader

Rebecca

by Anonymousreply 5309/13/2020

Speaking of cheerleader movies, Fired up!

by Anonymousreply 5409/13/2020

The devil wears Prada

Clueless

Moonstruck

The Wizard of Oz

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

It’s a Mad Mad world

by Anonymousreply 5509/13/2020

Badlands

The Devils

Carrie (1976)

Female Trouble

Serial Mom

Desperate Living

Crimes of Passion

Crimes of the Heart

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Tommy

Vertigo

Night of the Hunter

The Silence of the Lambs

Andy Warhol's Heat

Taxi Driver

The Wicker Man (1973)

Hiroshima mom amour

Imitation of Life (1959)

Gone With the Wind

The Wizard of Oz

Annie Hall

Girls Will Be Girls

Withnail and I

Missing

Coal Miner's Daughter

3 Women

Coming Home

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Coal Miner's Daughter

Mommie Dearest

Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble and Desperate Living (the holy trinity)

A Christmas Story

9 to 5

The Incredible Shrinking Woman (thank you, early 80s HBO)

by Anonymousreply 5709/13/2020

R56

Forgot to add:

Walkabout

The King of Comedy

Atlantic City

A Clockwork Orange

2001: A Space Odyssey

The Right Stuff

by Anonymousreply 5809/13/2020

The Original Star Wars Trilogy (1977-83). Cleopatra (1963). The War of the Worlds (1953). The Time Machine (1960). The Wizard of Oz (1939). Alien (1979). Let's Scare Jessica to Death (1971). The Godfather (1972). The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1966). 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954). The Ten Commandments (1956). Ben-Hur (1959)...

𝑊𝑎𝑎𝑎𝑦 𝑡𝑜𝑜 𝑚𝑎𝑛𝑦 to list. Watching films over and over was generally something I did when I was much younger, although I have to admit that, of the list I've mentioned, even now I won't decline another opportunity to see them.

by Anonymousreply 5909/13/2020

Clue

Coming to America

Glengarry Glen Ross

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Little Shop of Horrors

Serial Mom

by Anonymousreply 6009/13/2020

OMG, r39. I can't believe I omitted the only movie I've seen in theatres more than 10 times (as opposed to television)!

And as long as I'm here, I'll add more to r38:

Jaws.

The World of Henry Orient.

The Parallax View.

To Sir, With Love.

The Bourne Identity (I've stopped, though, because as frenetic as the action was, the distributor PTB have speeded the Trilogy up to seasick levels. Not kidding.)

The Guns of Navarone.

North By Northwest.

Ocean's 11 (Original).

Eye of the Needle.

Topaz.

All the Connery Bonds.

by Anonymousreply 6109/13/2020

Forbidden Planet

War of the Worlds (all versions)

It Came From Outer Space

Alien (all versions)

The Day the Earth Stood Still (both)

The Thing (all versions)

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (all versions)

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Fail Safe

Seven Days in May

Boy and his Dog

The Sum of All Fears

The Crawling Eye (aka Trollenberg Terror)

Cinema Paradiso

Ordinary People

Fate is the Hunter

Andromeda Strain

On the Beach (both)

by Anonymousreply 6209/13/2020

Mahogany

The shining

The day after

Were Angel goes troubles follow

The trouble with angels

by Anonymousreply 6309/13/2020

Between my years as a teenager taping movies from TV broadcast - honing my Pause/Unpause skills - then years buying some on VHS and DVD and download - the list is far too long.

Why so many repeated viewings? When I was a teenager, that usually stemmed from a "discovery" and ensuing crush on a particular actor. Sometimes a reliable source of laughter or suspense or surprise, even though I knew what was coming. Sometimes a reminder of who I used to be. Sometimes a "tradition" I once enjoyed with loved ones who are now dead. Sometimes a relief that it's still not me in that situation. Usually it is a temporary escape into a world where people behave the way I'd want them to.

by Anonymousreply 6409/13/2020

Truth or Dare (theater release. 17 times, I believe), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Cocksucker Blues, The Queen, Priscilla..., Orlando, The September Issue, Closed Set.

by Anonymousreply 6509/13/2020

R56 /R58 How do you find time for this? Assuming 2 hours per movie, you've spent over 400 hours watching movies.

Maybe some of you are just listing your favorite movies...

by Anonymousreply 6609/13/2020

Hairspray - the Travolta version. Love the music and dancing. Also The Wedding Singer and Music and Lyrics. I watch one of these when I need an emotional lift.

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I love movies but the most I've ever watched any particular movie is five times. There are movies I've watched from beginning to end a couple times and then watched at least 10 times inn bits and pieces when they're on cable but I don't consider that "watching"...

If you're asking about movies that a person actually sits down and watches from beginning to end, I hope some of these posters misread your thread title and are just listing their favorite movies.

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This short one

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Napoleon Dynamite

The Shining

Grey Gardens (the original, not the HBO abomination)

by Anonymousreply 7009/13/2020

R56, let’s get married.

by Anonymousreply 7109/13/2020

Showgirls. It must be seen at least 10 times to be believed.

by Anonymousreply 7209/13/2020

R40: By the way – Michael Woods in “Lady Beware”… Oh, my. Stalk [italic]me[/italic], please! Beware, indeed!

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You do realize, R66, that 400 hours is less than 3 weeks over an entire lifetime. Do you have a concept of time?

by Anonymousreply 7409/13/2020

I've watched Repo Man four times just since self-isolation started.

by Anonymousreply 7509/13/2020

Can't Stop The Music-seriously. It's my go to when I'm feeling down.

by Anonymousreply 7609/13/2020

Some were `on tv every year and it was a family thing to watch them, like "Miracle on 34th Street" and "A Night to Remember." and "The Ten Commandments" and "1776" and "Sink the Bismarck!"

I always skipped the one where Jimmy Stewart reviews his life.

by Anonymousreply 7709/13/2020

Harold and Maude, Remains of the Day, Maurice

by Anonymousreply 7809/13/2020

All About Eve, Shawshank Redemption, The Godfather, Broadcast News, Tootsie, Wall Street, Working Girl, Overboard (original), Trading Places, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Dial M for Murder, The Help, and now that it's on HBO Max, Eating Raoul and The Long Kiss Goodnight.

by Anonymousreply 7909/13/2020

Idiocracy

Airplane

Kill Bill (both)

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

Blazing Saddles

Trading Places

South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut

Cabaret

Hairspray (the original)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

by Anonymousreply 8009/13/2020

Parting Glances (1986) -- and every time I watched it, I saw some nuance I'd missed before. If you haven't seen it, please do. It's from back in the day when even gay men called AIDS "it," as in, "I don't have it."

Cabaret

Torch Song Trilogy

Looking for Mr. Goodbar

by Anonymousreply 8109/13/2020

The Bishop's Wife [1947]

by Anonymousreply 8209/13/2020

Left some out, dammit!

The Shawshank Redemption

The Green Mile

The Thing (1982)

War of the Worlds (2005)

The Lost Boys

by Anonymousreply 8309/13/2020

Carrie

Heathers

9 to 5

Death Becomes Her

Suspiria

Halloween

Friday the 13th

National Lampoon's Vacation

Risky Business

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Creepshow

My Bloody Valentine

Sister Act

Dressed To Kill

Blow Out

Terms of Endearment

Ordinary People

American Beauty

The Sound of Music

Chicago

The Evil Dead

The Exorcist

Drop Dead Gorgeous

Superstar

Night of the Living Dead

by Anonymousreply 8409/13/2020

I left out Seven Days in May.

For the poster who said there must be a reason we love our movies, I looked mine over and saw that the majority are about a hero/heroine carefully investigating and succeeding in getting justice. I guess that's what floats my boat. Just watched Coma again last night and love the Genevieve Bujold's character's absolute refusal to take shit from men.

by Anonymousreply 8509/13/2020

Private Benjamin

"Yale, I don't have a back leg."

"People think I'm in a mental home?"

"You did Claire's dishes?"

by Anonymousreply 8609/13/2020

The Exorcist

The Shining

Female Trouble

Pink Flamingos

Polyester

Death Becomes Her

Private Benjamin

The Maids

The Sheltering Sky

Dressed To Kill

Mulholland Drive

Chinatown

Apocalypse Now

The Silence (Ingmar Bergman)

by Anonymousreply 8709/13/2020

I love your taste OP

by Anonymousreply 8809/13/2020

Now, Voyager

"Shall we just have a cigarette on it?"

by Anonymousreply 8909/13/2020

Enter the Dragon

by Anonymousreply 9009/13/2020

[!!!] Unless I missed it, I think I may be the first to mention the one where Ingrid says, "Play it, Sam..."

by Anonymousreply 9109/13/2020

The Women (1939)

Auntie Mame (1958)

North by Northwest

Rear Window

The Birds

Marnie

Young Frankenstein

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All About Eve

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Grease and Xanadu

by Anonymousreply 9409/13/2020

The 3 directors who make movies that I could rewatch every year for the rest of my life are:

Hitchcock

John Carpenter

Brian De Palma

There's something about the mood and atmosphere of their films that keeps me returning over and over again. It's some kind of cinematic voodoo.

by Anonymousreply 9509/13/2020

Auntie Mame (not the Lucy Mame)

Contact

Star Trek IV - The Journey Home

Wizard of Oz

Sound of Music

Mary Poppins

It's a Wonderful Life

White Christmas

Star Wars - Episode IV

Mars Attacks

Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

Dune (1984)

by Anonymousreply 9609/13/2020

Godfather I

Godfather II

Gone with the Wind

The Grapes of Wrath

by Anonymousreply 9709/13/2020

The Untouchables--because Sean Connery was dead sexy, and sexy even after dead.

by Anonymousreply 9809/13/2020

All John Waters’ Movies. Though I think that is more like religion than mere cinema 😊

by Anonymousreply 9909/13/2020

R99 I’m with you! Polyester is a ❤️ fave!

by Anonymousreply 10009/13/2020

The Maltese Falcon

Goodfellas

The Wizard of Oz

Rear Window

by Anonymousreply 10109/13/2020

Waters is a national treasure.

by Anonymousreply 10209/13/2020

Mildred Pierce

"...alligators have the right idea. They eat their young."

by Anonymousreply 10309/13/2020

Suddenly, Last Summer

Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe

Alien

Hairspray

Moonstruck

All About Eve

The Philadelphia Story

Auntie Mame

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Working Girl

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Showgirls, The Witches of Eastwick and Female Trouble

by Anonymousreply 10509/13/2020

Airplane!

"This is your stewardess speaking... and we hope you enjoy the rest of your flight... By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?"

"Auntie Em! Uncle Henry! Toto! It's twister! It's a twister!"

"Joey..."

by Anonymousreply 10609/13/2020

WAAAAAAAAAY more than 10 times:

The Poseidon Adventure

The Towering Inferno

Auntie Mame

Gypsy

The Women

Mommy Dearest

Witness for the Prosecution

Evil Under The Sun

Death on the Nile

Female Trouble

Charade

by Anonymousreply 10709/13/2020

The Margaret Rutherford Agatha Christie movies. I put them on some nights to play while I fall asleep. Those movies are so comforting.

by Anonymousreply 10809/13/2020

None. I can’t imagine wanting to watch anything more than a couple of times, max. There are some mental issues happening here.

by Anonymousreply 10909/13/2020

I was thinking about the New Age teacher from Heathers. The one who wore all the crystals. "The NEW happiness!" She was a riot...

by Anonymousreply 11009/13/2020

R104 You have misspelled our name

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R108, I don't make it to the end time after time, so peace-inducing! I finally had to watch the endings during the day!

by Anonymousreply 11209/13/2020

The Others with Nicole Kidman and only when it happens to be on cable. For some reason, it soothes me.

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I collect movies and have been since I was a kid and it took this COVID thing to realize how little I watch certain movies. There are only about 20-30 in my collection of about 3,000 that I revisit very often, so many of them are somewhat useless. Thinking of liquidating them and I bet I could make some decent money if I sold a good chunk of them.

by Anonymousreply 11409/13/2020

The Awful Truth (1937)

My Favorite Wife (1940)

Both starred Cary Grant and Irene Dunne

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Pillow Talk (1959)

Lover Come Back (1961)

Doris Day-Rock Hudson classics (with Thelma Ritter in Pillow Talk)

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by Anonymousreply 11609/13/2020

Hack, Hack ... Sweet Has-been

I mean Hush, Hush ... Sweet Charlotte

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by Anonymousreply 11709/13/2020

Debbie does Dallas

by Anonymousreply 11809/13/2020

The Lady Vanishes

The Wizard of Oz

Leave Her to Heaven

Harvey

Auntie Mame

Rear Window

On the Beach

Judgement at Nuremberg

One, Two, Three

The Apartment

To Kill a Mockingbird

Dear Heart

Chalk Garden

The Double with Angels

The World of Henry Orient

Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows

Goodbye, Mr. Chips ('69)

Airport

What's Up, Doc?

Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

Murder By Death

Ordinary People

On Golden Pond

Sixteen Candles

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

'night, Mother

Terms of Endearment

by Anonymousreply 11909/13/2020

The Party (1968)

Peter Sellers starred, Blake Edwards directed (his best movie)

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'night Mother!

Many. English teacher and a film is a great way to keep the kids occupied. And they actually pay attention.

I loved freaking them out with this.

No suicides or complaints.

by Anonymousreply 12109/13/2020

A New Leaf

Love and Death in Long Island

The Talented Mr Ripley

Jamais San Toi

Wings of Desire

Performance

Blow-Up

by Anonymousreply 12209/13/2020

Gladiator

Sound of Music

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Elizabeth I

Clue

16 Candles

Deer Hunter

Original Star Wars

by Anonymousreply 12309/13/2020

Oh, yeah, Elizabeth, Othello, Hamlet, Edward Scissorhands, Excalibur, Dairy of Miss Jane Pittman, Donny Darko, and more!

by Anonymousreply 12409/13/2020

Joan Crawford in "Torch Song" Joan Crawford in "Berserk!" Joan Crawford in "Female on the Beach" "I Saw What You Did" (with Joan Crawford) The Seventh Victim Cat People Dead of Night Homicidal A Star Is Born (Garland) Auntie Mame Sunset Boulevard All About Eve The Opposite Sex ('56) It's Always Fair Weather Victim

by Anonymousreply 12509/13/2020

The spielberg productions in the 80s

by Anonymousreply 12609/13/2020

Contact with Jodie Foster. That movie is so underrated. I've probably watched it 20 times.

by Anonymousreply 12709/13/2020

Heat, Strange Days, Swimming Pool, there are more but I can't think of them. Oh, The Matrix (first one). I love Contact, too, R127, and in spite of loathing M Maconaugh-whatever in everything.

by Anonymousreply 12809/13/2020

R114 I hate to break the bad news, but unless you have DVDs of films that are out of print, most of your collection probably isn't worth much. Everyone is dumping their hard copies of media they've collected over the years since every thing has moved to the "cloud".

by Anonymousreply 12909/14/2020

R129, I've seen that just like the craze for vinyl among young people, many want VHS. That's my impression.

by Anonymousreply 13009/14/2020

R108, I think I could live very contentedly in that cottage of Miss Marple!

by Anonymousreply 131Last Wednesday at 2:35 PM

Bourne trilogy

by Anonymousreply 132Last Wednesday at 2:39 PM

state of grace

by Anonymousreply 133Last Wednesday at 2:39 PM

Soapdish. I lost count years ago of how many times I've watched it.

Bird on a Wire

Big Business

Outrageous Fortune

by Anonymousreply 134Last Wednesday at 2:40 PM

R131, do you mean the Margaret Rutherford one? I could, too, as long as MR was there to provide such an intelligent, stable presence. And she bakes cookies!

by Anonymousreply 135Last Wednesday at 2:42 PM

R119, I can't believe I've found a kindred spirit re: "The World of Henry Orient"! This movie has everything---humor, pathos, drama, friendship, love, and plain wackiness! Love the home of Marian! This is the NYC I would've liked to grow up in!

I had a heckuva time tracking down a copy of the book (pre-Internet), but now own a first edition!

by Anonymousreply 136Last Wednesday at 2:49 PM

I saw it at our local theatre when it (TWOHO) came out and loved it, too. My friend was less enthused.

by Anonymousreply 137Last Wednesday at 3:17 PM

Another for POLYESTER. There are a lot of funny John Waters films but this is his funniest.

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by Anonymousreply 138Last Wednesday at 3:31 PM

Long Time Companion Love Actually Two Weddings and a Funeral Bridgett Jones Diary

by Anonymousreply 139Last Wednesday at 3:42 PM

Murder by Death

Ruthless People

9 to 5

Outrageous Fortune

Singing in the Rain

Cinderella

Parent Trap

by Anonymousreply 140Last Wednesday at 4:55 PM

Serenity (2005) - a gem of a movie. I might watch it again right now, in fact.

Casino Royale (the Daniel Craig one)

LotR: the Two Towers. I thought the first one was OK, and third was a turd.

by Anonymousreply 141Last Wednesday at 5:14 PM

Murder by Death doesn't get nearly the amount of love that it deserves. It's one of the funniest and most entertaining films of all time. It's quite simply a perfect movie. And the performances are off the charts.

by Anonymousreply 142Last Wednesday at 7:53 PM

Pee Wee's Big Adventure

Fatso

Mildred Pierce

The Wizard of Oz

Laura

The Harvey Girls

Meet Me in St. Louis

Sudden Fear

To Be or Not to Be

Showboat (1936)

Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

All About Eve

Sunset Boulevard

Sister Act

by Anonymousreply 143Last Wednesday at 10:17 PM

r119, I am guessing you are exactly fifty-eight years old.

by Anonymousreply 144Last Wednesday at 10:29 PM

The End of Violence (the Wim Wenders one). That scene with the Mexican family who take him in makes something in me ache. Also contains one of my favourite brief romantic moments of all time.

by Anonymousreply 145Last Wednesday at 10:56 PM

Casablanca

Singin’ in the Rain

Grease

His Girl Friday

Easter Parade

The Women

All About Eve

Brokeback Mountain

The Thing from Another World

The Blob

Valley of the Dolls

Star Wars (A New Hope)

by Anonymousreply 146Last Wednesday at 11:40 PM

Gentlemen prefer blondes

It’s a wonderful life

The Maltese falcon

That’s entertainment

The Rocky horror picture show

The sound of music

Planet of the apes

Young Frankenstein

Paper moon

The bride of Frankenstein

by Anonymousreply 147Last Wednesday at 11:47 PM

Naked Gun 21/2

Birdcage

Alien

Blue Jasmine

Superman(1978)

Pink Panther Strikes Again

Silence of the Lambs

The Jackal (1996)

Also agree with Coma and Murder By Death, 9 to 5.

by Anonymousreply 148Last Thursday at 1:08 AM

Triumph of the Will

by Anonymousreply 149Last Thursday at 1:21 AM

Clueless, All About Eve, The Women, His Girl Friday, Bringing Up Baby, Elizabeth, The Talented Mr. Ripley, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining

by Anonymousreply 150Last Thursday at 2:32 AM

R149 Triumph of the Will is two hours long. There’s no way Trump is capable of watching more than five minutes of anything in one sitting unless Bannon and Miller made a special cut for him that says “Trump” every two minutes to keep his attention.

by Anonymousreply 151Last Thursday at 2:34 AM

"Les Parapluies de Cherbourg."

J'aime!

by Anonymousreply 152Last Thursday at 5:18 AM

Home alone.

all those movies we watch every xmas...

by Anonymousreply 153Last Thursday at 8:28 AM

Another Country

Maurice

Brideshead Revisited (the mini-series)

Every Kristen Bjorn movie

by Anonymousreply 154Last Thursday at 9:01 AM

The Honeymoon Killers

Love that film. My go-to Christmas movie.

by Anonymousreply 155Last Thursday at 9:09 AM

R154, if you come back here, where can you stream the mini-series? I can't get Netflix. I've streamed the film a few times, it's very good as well.

by Anonymousreply 156Last Thursday at 10:03 AM

R155 - sorry, I don't know. I have it on DVD.

by Anonymousreply 157Last Thursday at 2:13 PM

Thanks to previous posters--I'd forgotten about: Anatomy of a Murder Eyes Wide Shut The Talented Mr. Ripley and should add: Ripley's Game Harakiri Ran

by Anonymousreply 158Last Thursday at 2:20 PM

Ripley is a great movie but seems to have been forgotten.

by Anonymousreply 159Last Thursday at 2:36 PM

I'm glad to see all the love for Eyes Wide Shut. I find it hypnotic, along with The Shining.

by Anonymousreply 160Last Thursday at 5:35 PM

What's Up, Doc? Hairspray (1988) Fame (1980) All That Jazz Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Mommie Dearest Airplane Waiting for Guffman

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by Anonymousreply 161Last Thursday at 6:14 PM

I should have added "And why" to the thread prompt. It's so intriguing seeing all the films people like to "live with."

I can tell you that I own The Odessa File because I'd love to have been living in Berlin in 1963. Seems like a youthful, dynamic time.

by Anonymousreply 162Last Thursday at 6:22 PM

Doctor Zhivago

The Italian Job (Mark Wahlberg edition)

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

Out of Africa

2001: A Space Odyssey

Charade

by Anonymousreply 163Last Thursday at 10:47 PM

[quote] The Quick and the Dead (1995)

I love this movie, too. Russell Crowe looking hot and sexy. Gene Hackman was really good in his role as the de facto owner of the town. Then all the great character actors.

Underrated movie.

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by Anonymousreply 164Last Thursday at 11:03 PM

White Christmas

by Anonymousreply 165Last Friday at 12:08 AM

The Poseidon Adventure Trains, Planes and Automobiles Ferris Bueller's Day Off What's Up Doc? Back to the Future The French Connection The Wizard of Oz

by Anonymousreply 166Last Friday at 1:24 AM

Bride of Frankenstein

The Manchurian Candidate

A Fish Called Wanda

Léon: The Professional

Gattaca

Hawaii (2013)

by Anonymousreply 167Last Friday at 1:47 AM

R162

Clueless, All About Eve, The Women, His Girl Friday, Bringing Up Baby — In all these cases, just because the movies are easy and delightful to watch. They’re all so well done, and particularly the dialogue and delivery. They’ve all also got unique visual styles.

Elizabeth — Kind of the same as above. It’a not a comedy like the others are, obviously, but visually it’a a gorgeous movie, and watching powerful young Cate Blanchett grow from a delicate young beauty into a commanding force is mesmerizing to me.

The Talented Mr. Ripley — Commenting on this makes me realize how important visuals are to movies I rewatch because the aesthetic is a really big part of it—the era and the setting. The performances are really wonderful, all of them a little bit heightened and exaggerated but pulled back enough that they don’t feel cartoonish. Of course, it’s so gorgeous to look at: Matt, Goop and Cate look lovely in their 1950s-era costumes and Jude Law glows like he’s from Planet Adonis. More than anything, though, the story is just so different than what we get from Hollywood. It’s an out and out tragedy, and it’s unnerving because the air of the whole thing is menacing but also performed and filmed in a light that seems innocent and should not be. It’s just something unique among typical Hollywood dreck.

2001: A Space Odyssey, Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining — Kubrick is to movies what Tori Amos is to music for me. That’s the best way I can summarize the appeal of all these movies. With both Kubrick and Amos, I disliked their work very much when I first watched/heard it, finding its impenetrable, overly enigmatic, frustrating. But then you find that unlike anything else, the greater scrutiny and study you give it, the more you discover and whole worlds open up. I really do believe that each one of these movies dramatizes a simple and straightforward story that is really just a basic scaffolding onto which other stories are told symbolically. For me, 2001 is an existential philosophy movie and HAL hijacking the space ship has hardly anything to do with what the movie is about, even though it’s the primary plot and usually the plot described by people who don’t like the film. The Shining was the hardest for me to warm to but once I read some theories about the potential hidden meanings, the movie became a puzzle box with so many layers that has motivated me to rewatch many times. Eyes Wide Shut to me is the scariest movie ever made. I’ve discussed it here before and most people usually put down the film and say it’s terrible and unwatchable and then the discussions always get into Kidman’s personal life and cosmetic surgeries, so I won’t bother. :) The movie freaks me the fuck out, though.

by Anonymousreply 168Last Friday at 2:30 AM

I love "Meet Me In St. Louis" and have watched it every year during the holiday season for at least two decades. I think it is the greatest movie musical ever made.

That scene where Mrs. Smith sits down at the piano and starts to play "You and I", and then Alonzo joins in, and then the family slowly wanders in to listen still makes me cry.

by Anonymousreply 169Last Friday at 3:37 AM

Tommy. I saw it originally in the theater with quintaphonic sound. Not sure if it was the usual Ken Russell bombast,, Ann Margret, or Roger Daltrey shirtless, but it was awesome.

by Anonymousreply 170Last Friday at 4:00 AM

"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" never gets tired. Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell were at the height of their powers and both deliver great performances. They are aided in that by one of the strongest supporting casts ever assembled. Each of those roles is perfectly cast.

by Anonymousreply 171Last Friday at 4:12 AM

Planet Of The Apes (1968)

Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971)

by Anonymousreply 172Last Friday at 4:16 AM

The silence of the lambs. Whenever it’s on I watch it. It’s just a perfect film. Jodie Foster is just brilliant in it. Also Heathers. Knew it off by heart as a kid.

by Anonymousreply 173Last Friday at 4:23 AM

More that I forgot:

Serenity

Part 1 Lord of the Rings

Ghostbusters

O Brother Where Art Thou

Mixed Nuts

by Anonymousreply 174Last Friday at 1:23 PM

R38 and r61 here,adding:

"A Hard Day's Night." Four times in a row in just one day in the theatre when the movie came out, never mind subsequent viewings!

"Macbeth" with Ian McKellin, as I once taught the play.

"The Sword of Gideon" with Steven Bauer, about Israeli revenge for the Munich Olympics massacre. Never gets old.

The best and most-watched movies for me have at least one perfect line of dialogue. In no particular order:

"Bet you're sorry you won!"

"He's remembered."

"Who's naive, Kay?"

"My team's on the floor."

"I didn't make him.....for YOU!"

"This is the business we've chosen."

by Anonymousreply 175Last Friday at 4:34 PM

"It was Barzini all along."

I know I've see TG more than ten times. Also forgot to add The Natural and North By Northwest.

by Anonymousreply 176Last Friday at 4:51 PM

I don't like Tommy. It is too disorganzied.

by Anonymousreply 177Last Friday at 8:55 PM

Only retarded Who fans like Tommy.

by Anonymousreply 178Last Friday at 8:55 PM

[quote]That scene where Mrs. Smith sits down at the piano and starts to play "You and I", and then Alonzo joins in, and then the family slowly wanders in to listen still makes me cry.

I too think this is the very best scene in the film. There is so much going on, and it is so clever and real. It is the finale to Act I.

by Anonymousreply 179Last Friday at 9:02 PM

Shakesspeare is boring.

I mean, get to the point.

by Anonymousreply 180Last Friday at 9:05 PM

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Flash Gordon

The Wizard of Oz

Singin' in the Rain

Cabaret

All That Jazz

Blade Runner

All About Eve

Amelie

Midnight In Paris

My Man Godfrey

Auntie Mame

The Bourne Supremacy

The Day After Tomorrow

Volcano

Armageddon

by Anonymousreply 181Last Friday at 10:50 PM

Sailor in the Wild

Leo and Lance

Powertool

In Hot Pursuit

Giant Splash Shots 2

Heat in the Night

by Anonymousreply 182Last Saturday at 12:58 AM

R61, R136: I'm with you, "Henry Orient" friends! I, too, would like a mouth like a crimson gash.

And Paula Prentiss is perfection.

by Anonymousreply 183Last Sunday at 12:19 PM

Rosemary’s Baby

The (original) Producers

Fargo

Wizard of Oz

A Christmas Carol (Alastair Sim version)

Sound of Music

Goodfellas

Maybe godfather saga

by Anonymousreply 184Last Sunday at 1:12 PM

Psycho

The Birds

Shadow of a Doubt

The 39 Steps

by Anonymousreply 185Last Sunday at 1:14 PM

Oh yeah, other holiday films

White Christmas

Bells of St Mary’s

Holiday Inn

by Anonymousreply 186Last Sunday at 1:16 PM

R183, Welcome!

And who knew that years later, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd would re-unite as crime-solvers in Cabot Cove?!

by Anonymousreply 187Last Sunday at 2:14 PM

R187, Indeed! Stella Dunnworthy ("[italic]Jayne Mansfield[/italic]?"), too, dropped by to visit Valerie's mother in Jessica Fletcher-land in an episode that also featured Norman Bates' house! And Marian Gilbert's mom was a resident of Cabot Cove at the time of one of the many murders in town. I don't think Boothy ever showed up.

by Anonymousreply 188Last Sunday at 3:00 PM
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