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The Hunt for Red October.
 
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Saving Private Ryan
Shawshank Redemption
Dirty Dancing
Tombstone
Pulp Fiction

off the top of my head. It is interesting a lot of us picked the same movies.


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All I can add is thank goodness there are so many as I suffer from severe boredom in the winter Wink

and I do love movies!


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Braveheart, The Patriot, The Matrix, Gladiator, Lord of the Rings, Saving Private Ryan, Blackhawk Down, Last of the Mohicans
 
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I like gunplay stuff like Die Hard and Heat, also pretty much anything with Rodney, like Easy Money and Caddyshack. Used Cars is also an all time favorite. Plenty others as well.



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We Were Soldiers
13 Hours
Napoleon Dynamite (gets funnier every time)
Oh Brother Where Art Thou
 
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Drug Dealer
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Pulp Fiction
The Maltese Falcon
Laura
Once Upon a Time in the West
The Godfather
High and Low*
Scarface
(the Pacino/De Palma one)

* or any of a dozen or so of Kurosawa's films. (Someone once asked Toscanini which of the Beethoven symphonies was his favorite. His response was "The last one that I conducted".)



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The Big Lebowski.

Full Metal Jacket.
 
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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
Heat
The Professionals

It should go without saying that you should also be able to do a ton if quotes from any movie on your list. Smile
 
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The Godfather
Young Frankenstein
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Pink Panther
The Naked Gun
The Seven Samurai
The Deer Hunter
Glory

(at least ten more if I really thought about it.)

Oh, yeah: (TMats)-- The Outlaw Josey Wales-- for sure.

I don't think many people know about Glory. Great movie, very well researched, my favorite Civil War movie. One detail skipped in the movie-- I have no idea why-- is that the actual Sgt. Major of the 154th Massachusetts was Frederick Douglass' son. The campfire scene the night before the attack on Fort Wagner is-- for me-- one of the most moving scenes ever.

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The Man Who Would Be King
The Year of Living Dangerously

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Vanishing Point
The Gumball Rally
American Graffiti
Corvette Summer
Eat My Dust
The Fast and The Furious 1
Drive
 
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Legalize the Constitution
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Shane
Jeremiah Johnson
Josey Wales
Godfather
A few good men
Die hard
Saving private Ryan
Ronin
Absence of malice
Conagher
Tombstone
First Blood
The Last Samurai
Beverly Hills Cop
WarGames


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Groundhog Day.




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I can watch Heat any time, along with some of the others mentioned like Pulp Fiction, The Godfather, Casino, etc.

One that I have seen a bunch, and still laugh out loud during is Napoleon Dynamite. I've watched it a dozen times and it still makes me laugh.


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There's two that haven't been mentioned here yet.

Serenity & Johnny Dangerously.
 
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Christmas Vacation - In December
Hunt for Red October
Gran Torino
Dirty Harry
Midway

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The Great Escape

By far one of my all time favorites.


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Vanishing Point


A good movie and hard to find.

Of course my favorite scene is the naked chick on the motorcycle.


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The Princess Bride
The Outlaw Josie Wales
Rio Bravo
Spaceballs
Blazing Saddles
It's a Wonderful Life
 
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The Great Escape

By far one of my all time favorites.
It's a great gun cleaning movie.
 
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