which movies do you watch often?

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Nov 5, 2008
  1. xalphax
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    i watch the BTTF (back to the future) trilogy a few times a year, same for

    The Green Butchers

    Payback

    The Matrix 1 (and 1 only, not 2 or 3!)

    Blade 1 (and 1 only, not 2 or 3!)

    what about you?
     


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    IDK...

    American Pie-Wedding
    The Matrix(almost all of them, if I recall, probelm is I dunno which one is Reloaded and what's the title of teh last one)
    Harry Potter(every last one available uup until now)
    Lord of The Rings (a few of them)
     
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    Lord Of the Rings. I watch it every time it comes on TV and we Own the DVDS and I hope to get the Trilogy on Extended DVD for the coming holiday.

    Star Wars, all 6 of them as often as I can but the first three and episode 5 and 6 are the better ones. 4 is a little boring, but I watch it anyway.

    I used to watch Spider Man alot but haven't seen it in a couple of years.


    Everyone in my family loves John Wayne movies.

    What is the BTFF trilogy?
     
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    1. The Matrix
    2. The Matrix Reloaded
    3. The Matrix Revolutions

    Thats the trilogy and in that order.
     
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    Well, here we go!

    Harry Potter movies (every one available, they're sleep movies)
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    Beerfest
    Harold & Kumar (1 & 2)
    Hot Fuzz
    Shaun of the Dead
    Clerks 2
    Super Troopers
    Club Dread
    Magicians
    Sky High
    Reno 911! Miami
    Wet Hot American Summer
    The Ten
    Super High Me
    Pirates of the Caribbean (1, 2 and 3)

    (also, Firefly, Spaced, Weeds, Dexter and Dead Like Me are tv shows that we put on over and over again [​IMG]

    Theres prolly a few more, but i can't think of them.
    We (Wife® and I) don't have cable, so we don't watch TV that often. We have standards of background movies we put on when we're awake, and then a random one or two from the list with two HP movies for sleeping purposes.)

    EDIT:
    @gizmo_gal - I'm assuming the BTTF trilogy is the Back To The Future movies.
     
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    War movies mostly


    Saving Private Ryan
    Pearl Harbor

    Action

    Iron Man
    The Incredible Hulk
    Max Payne
    Dark Knight
    All the Indiana Jones Series

    … and tons of Adam Sandler Comedies!
     
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    Oh, okay. I was utterly lost with that one.

    I think I've seen one or two of those when I was younger (--I wasn't even sure there was a trilogy of them), but I haven't watched them in years--I take that back. Back to the Future was on TV the day my Uncle got married three years ago and we watched most of it before we got ready to go.

    Almost any CGI Kid movie thats come out in the past 8 years I've either seen parts of or heard the whole thing as my siblings have the annoying habit of watching anything new about 15 times back to back to back.
     
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    back to the future
     
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    I watch Lost in Translation and ...ing and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time alot.

    I didn't really find the first one that funny but the second one was hilarious [​IMG]
    I love Accepted too (:yaymcs:)
     
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    Movies I usually watch alot are

    The Evil Dead
    Bill And Teds Excellent Adventure and Bogus Journey
    Phantasm 1,2,3,4
    The Exorcist
    Caddyshack
    Out For Justice
    They Live
    The Jerk
    Karate Kid 1,2,3
    Best of the Best 1,2
    Redneck Zombies
    Toxic Avenger
    My Cousin Vinny
    A Clockwork Orange
    Dellamorte Dellamore
    Once Upon A Time In China
    Once Upon A Time In America
    Fong Sai Yuk 1+2
    The Stendhal Syndrome
    Chasing Amy
    Dogma
    Jay And Bob Strike Back
    Superman
    Night Of The Living Dead (original)
    Dawn Of The Dead (the original)
    Day Of The Dead (original)
    Baseketball
    Little Nicky
     
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    fight club
    23 - nichts ist so wie es scheint
    the beach
    the 5th element
     
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    Dark City
    Versus
    The Returner
    Army of Darkness
    The Crow
    The Last Dragon
    The Wraith
    Transformers
    Mortal Kombat 1
    Spawn
     
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    I have special part in my heart for these movies.....especially Toxic Avenger (and even more Class of Nuke'em High trilogy, I don't know have you seen it Trolley......ahhhh.....Troma....[​IMG] )

    Also, mine movies:
    Terminator (the whole trilogy, although I don't actually like the third part....but I love Arnie as a Terminator, so...yay)
    Matrix, the whole trilogy
    Lord of the Rings, the whole trilogy
    Nightmare on Elm Street, the whole serial
    Halloween, the whole serial
    Descent
    Creep
    Dark City
    Predator, both parts
    Alien, the whole serial
    Alien vs. Predator, both parts
    Swing Kids
    Mad Max, the whole trilogy
    Johnny English
    Most of the Disney Cartoons and Pixar/Dreamworks animated movies
    Dude, where's my car (that movie is so stupid, but I kinda dig it really heavy.....it's like a cult for me!!)

    I'll be listing more of them lately...
     
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    Office Space
    La Femme Nikita
    The Professional
    Snatch
    Serenity
    The Crow
    The Lost Boys
    8mm
    Falling Down
    Payback
    High School High
    Vanising Son (trilogy)

    Are some of my fav's off the top of my head.
     
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    Yep, I've seen all the Class Of Nuke Em Highs. Troma are one of the last true great movie makers and one of my favourite studios, plus Lloyd Kaufma don't half remind me of Mel Brooks for some reason! I just didn't list them cos I haven't got them and they're barely shown on TV here. [​IMG] The Troma stuff that gets shown is usually heavily cut as well. Toxic avenger has about 10 or 11 minutes missing from it on UK DVD/TV. [​IMG] The "Oh what a feeling today, toyota" scene is missing completely. Then you see them driving in the car. Then to make it worse you start to see the scene with the kid on the bike, they go driving towards him and then it cuts to the next scene. Bloody censors.

    And as Toni reminded me of some more favourites I'll post them up!

    Dude, Where's My Car?
    The Thing
    King Kong (the original, Peter Jacksons looked nice but was a bit meh)
    Gojira
    Pulgasari
    The Jungle Book
    Aladdin
    Finding Nemo
    The Jerk
    Nightmare On Elm Street (only the first one though)
    Last House On The Left
    Ace Venture:Pet Detective (both)
    Me, Myself and Irene.
     
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    [​IMG]
    It really sucks watching edited/censored movies, but I'm guessing it's perfectly logical thing to do with Troma movies..[​IMG] That's some heavy (trash) gore there..
    You'll find it funny that WildWon enjoy Troma as well!! I talked to him not long ago, about movies, and he mentioned that he likes Troma very much..
     
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    For some reason, I've seen Sin City 10 times now I think...
    Also, Battly Royale, is a movie that I tend to watch much.
    Planet Terror too.

    EDIT: And lets not forget Saw(all of them) and Hostel(only the first)
     
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    Die hard trilogy
     
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    Ghostbusters, The Returner, Thank You For Smoking, Ghostbusters, and Ghostbusters.
     
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    Trolley, how could we forgot?!?!
    Meaning of Life, Holly Grail and Life of a Brian!!
     

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