What is your go to movie?

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    What is a movie you can watch over and over and never get sick of it.

    If Caddy shack is on I will stay with it and watch the whole thing to the end.
    Same with Blazing Saddles and Spinal Tap.
    Pretty much any Star Wars movie other then Episode one.
    Any James Bond movie will fish me it if I see it going by the channel.
    Any Back to the Future or Indiana Jones , Jaws or Godfather movie I will stay with.
    I cant watch Goodfellas on tv if its edited.

    Caddy shack I have seen the most over everything.

    What are your picks ?
     
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    Raiders of the Lost Ark.
     
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    Godfather and Godfather II. Cliché, but true
     
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    Godfather 1 and 2
    Light Sleeper
    Blue Collar
    Unforgiven
    The Departed
    Goodfellas
    Se7en
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    Donnie Brasco
    The Dogs Of War
    Tommy Boy
    Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
    Bloodsport
     
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    Porkys.
    blood in blood out.
     
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    Watch the scene with Roy building the tower model in his living room....if you pay close attention...you may see how much of the ending of the film
    is provided in various forms.

    ............. :whistle:
     
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    Hoop Dreams
     
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    King Kong is like comfort food to me. I've watched it over 200 times and never tire of to.
     
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    For comedies it is Ghostbusters and Blazing Saddles. Drama it is Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile.
     
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    Apocalypse Now, though it is a downer, is my favorite film. Usually watch it five or so times a year. Other movies I can watch repeatedly are Arnold movies from the late 80's and early 90's (Running Man, Commando, Total Recall, etc), Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Kill Bill 1&2, Death Wish and early Seagal movies.
     
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    Fletch
    A Few Good Men
    Crimson Tide
    Any of the National Lampoon Vacation movies
    The Shootist
     
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    Debbie does Dallas.
     
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    I can't get enough Pulp Fiction.
    Language, violence, hot chicks. It's got it all!
     
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    If Braveheart or Shawshank are on - I'm pretty much camped on that channel until completion.
     
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