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Re: What movies can you watch all the time and never get tired of watching?


Post by prodigalgodson »

I think The Big Lebowski is really the only one that's stood the test of time in this sense for me.
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For me it's North By Northwest ... must have seen it at least 25 times ,)
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Post by hurluberlu »

I guess I could watch any film of my top100 all-time favourites every 2 or 3 years but not more frequently than that; I love to forget and rediscover them.

And the pool of potential new favourites is always growing so why keep watching the same stuff (by all the time I assume you meant at the very least every year) ?
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Post by Lakigigar »

I don't rewatch often anymore, and usually i rewatch films i didn't get the first time or forgot a bunch of it. And i prefer watching new films because there are tons of films i haven't seen.

Taxi Driver, Assassination Nation & Spring Breakers are three films that come to mind. Some work of Tarantino & Kubrick perhaps too. The Big Lebowski probably also fits into that category. There are tons of examples, but i prefer to discover new stuff.
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