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Films (Movies) that you can watch more than once

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    JohnAskew

    LOTR. I am a hobbit at Bilbo's birthday party FTW.

    Austin Powers movies

    Monty Python movies

    Mel Brooks movies

    Enemy of the State (RIP Tony Scott)

    The Count of Monte Cristo (with James Caviezel & Peter O'Toole, 2002)

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    Ian2

    , JohnAskew wrote

    The Count of Monte Cristo (with James Caviezel & Peter O'Toole, 2002)

    Ah, haven't seen that but love Peter O'Toole. Will look out for it.

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    Duncanma

    @Dr Herbie: that's funny... I read books more than once and my wife thinks I'm crazy... Dune, Lord of the Rings... I've now read the Desert Spear books by Peter Brett a few times, and the two 'Name of the Wind' books by  Patrick Rothfuss at least twice. Magician has been read a couple of times

    Movies, I'm more with cbae in that I wouldn't put the DVD in (making me question why I bother to ever buy them), but when I see them on I definitely watch them again, especially if I'm going to code at the same time.

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    Duncanma

    @Duncanma:  ooh... and I have to admit, I've read the Wheel of Time series from start to finish a second time, and since it is related ... I've read the mistborn trilogy at least twice as well Smiley

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    cbae

    , JohnAskew wrote

    *snip*

    Enemy of the State (RIP Tony Scott)

    *snip*

    I enjoy watching Crimson Tide whenever it comes on as well. Tony Scott directed it, but it has that Jerry Bruckheimer-influenced way of interweaving technical jargon into dialog the way all the CSI series do.

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    cheong

    Why? No "Die Hard" movies, eh? I think the first two of the series is good.

    Regarding movies in English language, "Back to the Future" series is nice, and I enjoy "The Sound of Music" too.

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    Charles

    Groundhog Day

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    cbae

    Groundhog Day

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    cbae

    Groundhog Day

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    cbae

    Groundhog Day

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    cbae

    Smiley

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    JohnAskew

    @cbae: Big Smile

    Wizard of Oz & Harry Potter -- good drinking game movies...

    Ok. Here's a twisted one I really like and watch too much. Stephen King's "The Stand".

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    JohnAskew

    @Duncanma: I think I have every Raymond Feist book from the series, but I haven't looked for a new one in over 3 years. Pug natious!

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    spivonious

    I tried reading the Wheel of Time books and couldn't get halfway through the first book. I think I'm just not that into fantasy books (except for Hobbit/LOTR which I really enjoyed).

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