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    Default Which newer movies do you watch over and over?

    There are plenty of oldies that i like to watch over and over, but not so many newer ones. One of my favorites to watch is The Martian with Matt Damon. I love this movie, I have watched it 50 times or more, I could watch it another 50 times, I find it so interesting and exciting.

    How about you?

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    One or two tv shows but the only movie that comes to mind is Linda Ronstadt: Sound of my Voice. I could listen to that woman sing the phone book

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    I agree 100% with The Martian, and you opened the door for an extensive list of mine.

    The Adjustment Bureau
    Yesterday
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Mother Brooklyn
    Begin Again
    The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 with Denzel
    The Accountant
    We Bought a Zoo
    National Treasure
    The Hunt for Red October
    A Beautiful Mind
    A Bronx Tale
    A Few Good Men
    A League of Their Own
    Cast Away
    Forrest Gump
    About a Boy
    Notting Hill
    The Holiday
    Almost Famous
    Amelie
    Awakenings
    Big Trouble
    Blast from the Past
    The Bodyguard
    Draft Day
    The entire Bourne series
    The entire Ocean's series
    The Terminal (Though I hated that Tom did not end up with Catherine Zeta. Spielberg setup that they would, then killed it.)

    I'll stop now because I have over 1900 movies in my library, too many to go through now.


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    There have been a ton of good movies recently. On the fun side, I really liked the new Mortal Kombat and Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Animated, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was really cool. For Drama, “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” was really interesting. The most interesting horror thing that I’ve seen recently wasn’t a movie but American Horror Story: 1984. It’s self-contained so you don’t need to watch other seasons but it really throws everything but the kitchen sink at you in a complex (but not convoluted) timeframe.

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    Fiddler On The Roof
    Godfather 1
    Godfather 2
    Gangs Of New York
    Braveheart
    Under The Tuscan Sun
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    Cannery Row
    All of the Star Trek movies
    All of the Harry Potter movies
    The Hobbit
    The Trilogy
    Avatar
    The Notebook
    The Batman
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    The only modern movies I've watched multiple time are the Godzilla movies. There is something about that monster that keeps me coming back. I just bought the Godzilla edition of Time Magazine, saw it at the grocery checkout. The first thing it says is that Godzilla was inspired by an American movie, The Beast from 20,000 Leagues. So, I found that movie and watched it. You know, it wasn't bad, I liked it!
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