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kornslayer1
Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 3:23:45 PM

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Die Hard!! I watched the first three a lot growing up, and I loved them right from the start. I was young when I first saw it, but it was worth it. I got hooked on the whole action genre. Everything from Rambo, to The Terminator. I know there were many action movies that came before Die Hard, but I'm still next to positive that it's the best action movie ever.

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Pretty Woman
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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 8:56:38 PM

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Lord of The Rings Part 3
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Elf, I watch it a lot around Christmas
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Probably Star Wars aka Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope. I lost count a long time ago but I know I saw it about 8 times in theatres (including once on a double bill with Empire Strikes Back) in it original incarnation and once for the "revised edition" or whatever the hell Lucas called the new cuts that came out in the nineties and then who knows how many times on TV and various video formats (including the DVD release that was the revised revised edition).

Also seen Casablanca, Princess Bride, and some of the Monty Python films uncounted multiple times.

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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 9:40:27 PM

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Not really sure. Braveheart, Terminator, and Christmas Vacation are all right up there. Seen Heat multiple times also. Usually not one to watch movies more than once unless thet are really entertaining. Sixth Sense also, even though the twist can never be the same again.
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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 10:33:53 PM

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Hard question... I watch some constantly so I will list them...

Showdown in Little Tokyo
Labyrinth
Iron Will
All the Nightmare on Elm Street(s)
The Howling (original the most)
Big Bad Wolf
Unnamable and sequel
Pumpkinhead and sequel (original most)
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Posted: Saturday, February 01, 2014 12:16:15 AM

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Repo Man! I can quote vast tracts of dialogue, particularly from the specially dubbed TV version (instead of "Fuck you, motherfucker" the characters say things like "Flip you, melonfarmer!")

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Posted: Saturday, February 01, 2014 2:58:00 PM

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Posted: Saturday, February 01, 2014 4:48:00 PM

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Possibly the greatest movie ever made. Raiders of the lost ark. Although, I can quote Spinal Tap line by line too.

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Posted: Saturday, February 01, 2014 4:51:21 PM

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It is hard to narrow down to just one. Probably at the top of the list are the Christmas classics -- White Christmas, It's A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street and a few others that I watch several times around the holidays each year.

Regular movies it is a probably close tie between the Die Hard series, Stagecoach, Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, several of the Star Trek series esp. #2 The Wrath of Khan, Red River, True Grit, Phantom of the Opera, Some Like It Hot, The Shawshank REdemption, Caddyshack, Vertigo, Animal House, Deliverence, and maybe a few others that I watch a lot too.

Many of those are good old faithful movies that I know will entertain.

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Posted: Saturday, February 01, 2014 4:52:17 PM

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Back to the future and National lampoons Christmas vacation to name a few
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Posted: Thursday, February 06, 2014 11:48:22 AM

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Though I hate to say this, I've seen Twilight more than anything else :P And the second goes to my favourite of all time ... "Pirates of the Caribbean" ;)

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Posted: Thursday, February 06, 2014 12:53:41 PM

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Top Gun
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Posted: Thursday, February 06, 2014 2:36:20 PM

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Animal House! LOL
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Cruel Intentsion - it makes me laugh, it makes me cry and shake my head in disbelieve.

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Dirty Dancing...:)
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Top Gun..
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Toss up between e.t.or titanic
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Posted: Friday, February 07, 2014 9:29:25 AM

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Casablanca. My parents both liked movies from the 30's and 40's, so we watched them regularly on TV. Seeing Casablanca made me a huge Humphrey Bogart fan. They just don't make them like that anymore.
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Star Wars Episode 4, followed by 5 and 6, Lord of the Rings trilogy and then the Avengers. Geek? Yeah and proud!!!!
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Posted: Saturday, February 08, 2014 5:15:26 PM

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"Breakfast Club"
"Dances With Wolves"
The first three "Borne" movies
not in any definite order, and the some others.
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Dances with Wolves and The Princess Bride
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Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2014 2:03:08 PM

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You wont believe this but Humphry Bogart in "CASABLANCA" I have watched it dozens of times. Once on a flight to the UK - Three times.
THE AFRICAN QUEEN is not far behind.
Scenes from ARTHUR - particularly the BOLERO scene.
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Blade Runner maybe?

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The Searchers and Billy Jack
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The Searchers and Billy Jack
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Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope is way up in the dozens from childhood until most recently last year.

The Hunt for Red October too, best enjoyed on a rainy day.

The American President copped a good flogging in the late '90s.

And The Wedding Crashers when I was struggling with depression about ten years ago.

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Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 7:24:59 PM

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American Graffiti
Raiders of the lost ark
Kill Bill 1&2
A Fist Full of Dollars
Better off Dead
Dances with Wolves
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