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  1. Raphael256

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    Hello

    Everyone has their own taste, it does not matter if it is a Science Fiction , Horror, Drama movie. We all look forward for specific emotions in the movies, if it is a happiness, fear or curiosity. There are titles that are golden and known by everyone but also titles that are less known which can steal ones heart. Tell me about movies You love. You love them as much as You could watch them forever. Do you musican fellows have such a titles? I honestly have a few titles i can watch until end of the world. I mainly aim for Science fiction movies since i am a fan of all new technology. Im more of a melancholic person so sad movies are my way too go too. Althought curiousity is my weakness, mystery movies are my favourite.

    Here is my list of movies that i can watch all time

    Constantine
    Ghost Ship
    Swiss Army Man
    Fury
    Alien universe from 1 to 4
    Matrix universe
    Harry Potter
    Saving Private Ryan
    Cadillac Records
    Crossroads
     
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    The Dark Knight trilogy
    Hacksaw Ridge
    The Patriot
    Secret Life of Pets 1 and 2
    Wreck it Ralph 1 and 2
    The Avengers Series
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    The Outlaw Josey Wales
     
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    Two-lane Blacktop
    Jaws
    Dekalog
    The Big Red 1
    The Conversation
    Goodfellas
    Anything by Jean-pierre Melville
    Mean Streets
    The Little Fugitive
    The Warriors
    The Grapes of Wrath
    Phantasm
    Lots of Film Noir
    The French Connection
    American Graffiti
    Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
    The Wizard of Oz
     
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    Ronin
    Mulholland Drive
    Casino
    That Thing You Do!
    12 Monkeys
    Ridicule

    Also: Constantine (picking up on the OP)
     
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    The original Star Wars trilogy as well as Rogue One

    Mad Max Fury Road

    John Carpenters The Thing
     
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    Being a dad to a young daughter, I’ve seen ’Frozen’ about 35 times. Oddly enough, I can still watch it and not want to gouge my eyeballs out. :thumb:
     
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    The Godfather one and two .
     
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    Dances With Wolves

    The Last Samurai

    Total Recall

    Kelly's Hero's

    The Dirty Dozen

    The Outlaw Josey Whales

    McGruber(if you aren't a 90's kid it isn't for you).

    Tropic Thunder

    Hang Em High

    Unforgiven

    Blade runner & 2049.

    Observe and Report (it's funnier the second time)

    Crossroads

    The Last of the Mohicans

    Braveheart

    Terminator series, Fist full of Dollars Trilogy,S Wars 4-7, RoboCop Series, Aliens, etc.
     
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    I almost never rewatch movies. Except maybe Kubrick films. Heck, I don't even watch movies anymore.
     
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    Animal House
    Blues Brothers
    Caddy shack
    Slap shot
    Miracle
    Godfather 1&2
    Goodfellas
    It’s A Wonderful Life


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    Wow, Hacksaw Ridge, i loved it so much. One of the best war movies so far
     
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    Even though I like war movies I have found that within the last few years I have grown more fond of the movies that tell the stories of the people (or persons) that were in the situations without really sensationalizing the war itself.
    Two more are
    1917
    Unbroken
    And as an added bonus...Red Tails

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    Fight Club
    Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
    Fargo
    Being John Malkovich
    The Player
    Goodfellas
    Amelie
    Adaptation

    just off the top of my head..I'm sure there are lots of others.....
     
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    Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

    Monty Python And The Holy Grail
     
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    Monty Python and The Holy Grail
    American Grafitti
    North By Northwest
    Bull Durham
     
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    National Lmapoons Vacation and Christmas Vacation
     
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    Ha! Someone else who can list Two-Lane Blacktop as a favourite never-get-bored-of-watching movie, with James Taylor and Dennis Wilson.

    Such a great movie!
     
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