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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

    [quote=JayBruceFan;1760513]V for Vendetta[/quoted]

    I found that movie to be too "crowded", hard to follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Narron View Post
    Baby's Day Out
    My kids and I luv that movie!

    That bit in the park was the best scene in the movie IMO

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    I am a big movie buff. Most of the stuff I watch over and over tends to be pre 1975 horror & pre CGI action. I can't stand dramas. Comedies tend to be hit or miss. I do tend to like the goofy ones (Airplane, Top secret,

    -Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone 'Man with no name' western trilogy
    -The five Dirty Harry flicks
    -Terminator
    -Predator
    -Mad max 2 (Road warrior)
    -Aliens
    -Diehard
    -Lots of Jackie Chan & Sammo Hung's Hong Kong flicks. They did some amazing stunts in these flicks
    -Akira Kurosawa's samurai flicks (Seven samurai, Ran)
    -Pre 1975 Godzilla & other Japanese 'giant monster' flicks
    -Everything starring Paul Naschy. He is a Spaniard who made a ton of cheesey horror movies in the 1970s.
    - Everything directed by Mario Bava & Dario Argento (Italian horror/suspense flicks)
    - Everything by Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy, Mimic, Pan's Labrynth)
    - Big trouble in little china, Halloween, Escape from New York & most of John Carpenter's flicks
    - The 1930s-1940s Universal monster movies
    - The 1950s-1970s British horror films starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee
    - The 1960s Vincent Price horror flicks
    -Certain fun 1908s horror flicks: Night of the comet, return of the living dead, fright night, night of the creeps, the blob remake,
    -Sean Connery & Pierce Brosnan BOND movies
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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JayBruceFan View Post
    V for Vendetta
    I found that movie to be too "crowded", hard to follow.
    I really enjoyed the movie, but I think I know what you mean. I don't want to say it dragged at any point, but there were a few moments that had me thinking, "Couldn't they have found a better way of doing this?" It was a pretty simple plot, overall, but I think they over-elaborated some less-needed parts and under-elaborated some of the more important ones.

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    I remember when I was a senior in high school, the movie Poltergeist was on cable *constantly*. And often I watched it. Pretty entertaining stuff.

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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

    [QUOTE=GAC;1760862]
    Quote Originally Posted by JayBruceFan View Post
    V for Vendetta[/quoted]

    I found that movie to be too "crowded", hard to follow.
    Too crowded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    He's kind of a creepy-lookin' dude
    Totally creepy. That's why he's great.

    He was best in Can't Buy Me Love, as the great Kenneth.

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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

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    Too crowded?
    Trying to follow everything that was going on. It was definitely one of those movies you had to watch and not miss one second of it, or you were lost because there was so much they were throwing at you.

    I'll have to give it another watch.

    Movies like the Prestige and Illusionist were movies that I thoroughly enjoyed that were somewhat similar. I really loved the Prestige. Every time I've watched it I see things that went on that lead me to a different interpretation.

    I think 3:10 To Yuma was that way too.

    They are movies that challenge you.
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    I can't believe I forgot that one, excellent!
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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Movies like the Prestige and Illusionist were movies that I thoroughly enjoyed that were somewhat similar. I really loved the Prestige. Every time I've watched it I see things that went on that lead me to a different interpretation.
    I really love both of these movies, of course I am big fans of Paul Giamatti and Christian Bale also.

    Which makes me think of another one to put on my list. I never get tired of watching Sideways which has become one of my all-time favorites. Can't believe I didn't think of it before.

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    Double post.

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    Re: Movies you can watch over and over again...

    I don't like re-watching most movies. Just get bored. A few however I do watch a lot. Ten Commandments. I see Charlton Heston when I read the OT. The Outlaw Josey Wales. Dunno why really. But I love it. The Wizard of Oz. Okay, I'm an old goof. Heidi. The Shirley Temple version. I still can't understand how they could take her from her grandfather! The Lord of the Rings. I can watch it start to finish if I have a full day with nothing to do. The extended version. I've read and re-read the books, and watched and re-watched the movies. Now if they could do The Sword of Shannara Series the same kind of justice.


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