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    Pretty much everything I've ever enjoyed, I've watched more than once.

    Films I've watched ten or more times?

    Magnolia
    Heat
    Swingers
    The Thin Red Line
    Vertigo
    Near Dark
    A Bridge Too Far
    Assault on Precinct 13
    Unforgiven
    Die Hard
    Akira
    The Evil Dead 2
    Goodfellas
    Godfathers I and II
    Hard Boiled
    City of God
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    Jaws
    Poltergeist
    Halloween
    Aliens
    The Searchers
    La Haine
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Groundhog Day
    Gremlins
    Last of the Mohicans
    Hoop Dreams
    Boogie Nights
    Halloween
    The Music of Chance
    Star Wars (the original/real trilogy)
    Breakfast Club
    The Goonies
    Tarka the Otter (first VHS the family ever had - had some wear and tear)
    The Water Babies (also had a great deal of wear as a kid)

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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    Goodfellows
    Is that a British remake of Goodfellas?
    Forever heading home

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdomcome View Post
    Is that a British remake of Goodfellas?
    "Jeremy was a made gentleman."



    "Are you implying...forgive me but let me understand this because, you know, perhaps it's me, I'm a little eccentric perhaps, but I'm amusing how? I mean amusing like I'm Oscar Wilde?. I amuse you? I make you guffaw? I provoke a titter? I'm here to bloody well entertain you? What do you mean amusing, amusing how? How am I a comedic diversion?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna Key View Post
    "So, you think I'm amusing? Amusing, how exactly? Amusing like Oscar Wilde, perhaps? Do I make you guffaw? Do I make you titter?"
    I just watched that scene, yesterday!

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    Love that movie (the American original that is). It really is a classic.

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    Life Of Brian
    The Big Lebowski
    Kingpin
    Me, myself and Irene
    There's something about Mary
    Goodfellas
    City Of God
    The Godfather 1 and 2
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The King Of Kong
    Star Wars
    Das Lieben Der Anderen
    Life is beautiful
    Downfall
    Das Boot
    Pulp Fiction
    Platoon
    Sixth sense
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    Films I've watched probably 4 times at least

    Scarface
    Dead Man's Shoes
    Twelve Angry Men
    Field of Dreams
    The Apostle
    Goodfellas
    The Fan
    My Cousin Vinny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil S View Post
    Life Of Brian
    Monty Python flicks don't count. Life of Brian, The Holy Grail, The Meaning of Life. These are forms of classical art.

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    ^ You mean "Modern" Art

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    Another I've seen twice on purpose:
    Miller's Crossing
    Papa was a rodeo - Mama was a rock'n'roll band
    I could play guitar and rope a steer before I learned to stand

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    This could go on for hours. I have a film collection of dvds, downloads etc that is probably topping 3000. Several hundred that I've seen many times.
    Jesus is coming, open your mouth!

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    I can watch Heat a thousand times ...

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    Just recently I watched the first 5 minutes of Before the Devil Knows You're Dead at least 20 times.

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    The Italian wiseguys thumping the bikers in A Bronx Tale is a another great scene in an otherwise dull flick.

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