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What are some movies that you can watch 3 or 4 times a day, and then watch them again the next day? Here are some of mine, in no particular order, and to my wife's delight.

Tombstone
Goodfellas
The Searchers
Braveheart
Full Metal Jacket

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Coming to America
Big Trouble in Little China
Terminator 2
Captain America Civil War


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The Fifth Element
The Jackass movies
 
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Always loved Star Wars...

Godfather
Fight Club
Pulp Fiction
Tombstone
John Wick


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Pulp Fiction
Fargo
Saving Private Ryan
The Italian Job

Just to name a few.


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There are movies we've watched again and again, such as The Fifth Element, but eventually burned out on. TFE being one such movie. We have a new BD copy that has remained in its wrapper since we snagged it from the $5 bin at Walmart two or three years ago.

Last year I think we watched one Christmas movie, A Christmas Story, because we've burned out on all the others. (Have over a dozen in the library.)




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Casablanca
Key Largo
Young Frankenstein
Double Indemnity
Treasure of the Sierra Madre




 
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Hunt For Red October
John Wick
Jason Bourne


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Dirty Dozen and Kelly's Heroes.
 
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The Longest Day, when I toured Normandy last year the guide said it was one of the better productions


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Quite a few.

Zulu
Jeremiah Johnson
Deadpool

Many already listed



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Since I have a good collection of DVD...

"Blazing Saddles".

"Double Indemnity".

"East of Eden".

"In a lonely place".

"Trumbo".

"The Searchers".

"Odd Man Out".

"Sunset Boulevard".

"On the Beach".

"Dr. Strangelove".

"Paths of Glory".

"Godfather" Parts one and two.


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Big Lebowski
 
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Goodfellas
Pulp Fiction
Bourne series
 
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Captain Ron
Man Of The House
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There are too many to name, but off the top of my head:

Seven Samurai
The Godfather
The Apartment
The Third Man
Shanghai Express
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Dark Passage
The Maltese Falcon
Out of the Past
The Sand Pebbles
Miller's Crossing


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The Accountant
John Wick
Captain America: The First Avenger
R.E.D.
Edward Scissorhands
The Shadow
Bulletproof Monk
Leon: The Professional
Kung Fu Panda
Kingsman: The Secret Service



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The Untouchables
Beverly Hills Cop (#1 only)
Super Troopers
Quigley Down Under
 
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Grand Prix
Jon Wick
R.E.D. 1 & 2
Talladega Nights
The Expendables 1-3
Old School
Die Hard-all of'em
The Wizard of Oz
Thos Sound of Music


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Lonesome Dove, though some may not consider a TV series a movie.
The original The Day the Earth Stood Still.
The Longest Day


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