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  1. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    Question!

    Is it just me that can watch good films over and over again?

    Has anybody else seen one film over 100 times?

    Here's my top 10 of films that I have watched hunners on times.

    10/ House of Flying Daggers. At least 20
    9/ Psycho. Must be in the 30s
    8/ se7en. Lots and lots
    7/ The usual suspects. Let's just say I know who Kayser Soze is
    6/ True Grit bold talk for a one eyed fat man at least 50 times
    5/ How the west was won. Waaaa Jimmy Stewart!
    4/ Serenity. Star Wars wishes it was this movie.
    3/ Casablanca. The beginning of a beautiful friendship started when I was but a kid and continues to this day.
    2/ LA Confidential. My go to modern Noir movie!
    1/ Jaws. We are gonne need a bigger thread for the amount of times I've watched this fantastic film. The GOAT! Imho.

    Honorable mentions...

    The great escape, Kelly's heroes, Old boy, The guns of Navarone, The outlaw Josey Wales, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Sicario, No country for Old men, train to Busan, The Exorcist, Nil by mouth, Das Boot...

    Och the list is endless.

    What say you?
     
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  2. luvgonzo

    luvgonzo Pisshead

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    The Big Lebowski, too many times to count.
    LA LA Land must be on 10 watches now.
    Control 3 or 4
    NL Christmas Vacation every year for decades.

    Like yourself I could go on.
     
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  3. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    The big Lebowski and Oh Brother where art thou should be in my top 10. I had Coen blank.

    What can I say!
     
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    Grand Budapest already on about 5 watches.
    The Royal Tennabaums and Rushmore probably the same.

    Do like a Wes Anderson film.
     
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    Remember the name.. Saff Not606 Godfather

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    The Lion King and A Bridge Too Far.

    I could sit and watch them all day, every day.
     
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    Used to rewatch lots and often but with the amount of choice nowadays it doesn't happen as often.
     
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    Airplane
    Naked Gun
    Terminator 2
    Blade Runner
    The Dark Knight
    Rocky 4
    Django
    Aliens
    Laputa
    Lord of The Rings Two Towers

    They are the ones that immediately sprang to mind.
    All timeless imo
     
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    Loved Sicario. Didn’t rate the sequel though.
    Always found No Country a bit overrated tbh. Love the villain but found the ending a bit meh.
     
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    You just watch the middle LOTR's film by itself multiple times?
     
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    Quesadaad Well-Known Member

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    Yeah.
    Don’t worry bro, I’ve seen the other two.
    I know how it starts and ends <laugh>
     
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    I couldn't do that, I'd have to watch from start to finish. :biggrin:
     
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    PINKIE Wurzel Gummidge

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    Oh Brother where art thou defo on my most watched list

    Brilliant soundtrack too <ok>
     
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    It's a great adaptation of the Cormack McCarthy book, bad **** happens and they capture the McCarthy mood. I really wish someone would do The Border Trilogy, would be epic.
     
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    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    That's such a superb moment in the film when they first belt that out.

    Whole thing based on Homers Odyssey, genius stuff.
     
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    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    There was about 7 or 8 of us living in my mates villa. After we all watched it, every now and again, for months afterwards, someone would start belting this out and everyone else would join in.
     
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    This is my favourite track from that movie. And such a poignant moment of reflection in such a fast paced story.

    Originally a Skip James track, but done superbly by Chris Thomas King

    'You ain't no kind of man if you ain't got no land'

     
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    Big Ern Lord, Master, Guru & Emperor

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    IIRC Tim Blake Nelson actually sang 'in he jailhouse now' in the film and then recorded an 'old-timey' album afterwards.
    Great film, close to a 9.
     
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    So many good moments in that movie



    Gillian Welch as @luvgonzo will know <ok>
     
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    There's a bluegrass band that have a Sunday residency in a bar in Cardiff, they finish with that track. Great Sunday out they play from 1.30 - 4.30 just sit there sipping beer and watch them.
     
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