You know you love a film when...

United States
November 9, 2009 12:56pm CST
you can recite the dialogue but you still get excited to see the film. This has happened to me twice this past weeks. I couldn't wait to see Reversal of Fortune And The GodfatherII.I have seen them many of times , I even own them on tape but I loved watching them on T.V. , even though they were edited!Do you have a film that you love soo much you can't stop watching it?
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@winterose (39929)
• Canada
9 Nov 09
yes there are a few films that I can watch over and over again, ghost, scent of a woman, a christmas carol, its a wonderful world, those are the ones that come to mind right now, but I am sure there are others, I just can't think of them now
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• United States
10 Nov 09
I have too many to count. Which version of A Christmas Carol do you like the most?
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@winterose (39929)
• Canada
11 Nov 09
the original
• United States
9 Nov 09
HAHA its kind of funny that this is a topic on here. I recently realized this about 3 movies in particular. "Bill & Ted's Most Excellent Journey", "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas". Ive seen all three movies at least 30-40 times each, and i still find myself watching them from time to time. Still laughing at all the same scenes. Still getting excited at my favorite parts. Bill & Ted because that is a movie from my childhood that I've always loved, and I think it had a lot to do with how I ended up with the personality that I have today. Pirates of the Caribbean and Fear and Loathing.. simply because they have Johnny Depp in them lol. He is a brilliant actor, and i love watching his performances. no matter how many times I've seen each movie of his, the diversity in his acting ability is what keeps me interested.
@anniepa (27159)
• United States
9 Nov 09
That's interesting because I've yet to see the "Bill & Ted" films but I just set them to record on my DVR. Annie
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@cerebellum (3871)
• United States
11 Nov 09
My favorite movie is probably "Butch Cassidy and the Sundane Kid". I must have seen it 30 times. When I was younger I had a crush on Robert Redford. This is my favorite movie of his. I like him with Paul Newman also. They had such good chemistry together. Another one I've seen a lot is It's a Wonderful Life". I watch it every year. I have them both on tape and watch them over and over.
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• United States
11 Nov 09
Robert Redford was and is hott!I don't have a favorite of his.I have a copy of Butch and Sundance too.I forgot about the holiday films . there are some that I Must see or it isn't Christmas. A C hristmasCarol,the 1938 version, is one. I have seen it every year for at least a decade.
• United States
12 Nov 09
I like the original Christmas Carol also. I'm not real crazy about all the remakes of it, it seems there are soo many!!! To me the original was the best!
@zed_k4 (17633)
• Singapore
10 Nov 09
I can recall the dialogs of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in You've Got Mail. It is one of my most favorite movies because their internet love is very interesting. I love their exchange of email messaging and their blind date and everything that has got to do with it. A very superb romantic comedy movie.
• United States
10 Nov 09
When this film came out I wasn't online And I am not a romantic film goer. But now that I have been here online And I have had a online romance I think I am ready to try it.I'll look for it.
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@zed_k4 (17633)
• Singapore
13 Nov 09
Good luck with that.. I watched it on DVD though.
@anniepa (27159)
• United States
9 Nov 09
Yes, I have quite of few of them! I'll have to watch "Reversal of Fortune" because I don't think I've seen than one but we seem to agree on many movies so if YOU like it this much I'm sure I would too! In the past two weeks or so I've watched several movies for the umpteenth time. They include Here On Earth, Must Love Dogs and A Walk in the Clouds. I know they're all corny and predictable, I suppose, but now and then I'm in the mood for just that type of film! Annie
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@anniepa (27159)
• United States
9 Nov 09
"A Hard Day's Night" is also one of my all-time faves! I saw it so many times when I was younger that I think I had the whole movie memorized word for word but then I saw it for the first time in years not too long ago and it's even BETTER than I'd remembered! When I watch it now I feel like I'm the same excited twelve year oldf girl I was so VERY long ago! Annie
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• United States
10 Nov 09
I love A Hard Day's Night More than Help.It is such a great film. I hope you will like Reversal of Fortune. If you like to see How a case is researched ,then you will love it!
• United States
10 Nov 09
I have three or four movies like this. The first one is going to be "The Breakfast Club." I can recite just about every line in it, but I still watch it, and I still love it. The other ones like that would be "Grease, Dirty Dancing, and Ghost." I own all of them, and I enjoy watching them to this day.
• United States
10 Nov 09
I own Breakfast Club and Grease.I have never sen dirty Dancing .I did see Ghost.When Breakfast club came out,I wasn't ready to see it .I saw it later and loved it. With Grease I saw it in the theater when I was a little girl.I was the last of my friends to see it. I memorized it!
@ronnyb (6125)
• Jamaica
9 Nov 09
Yes there are quite a few actually .Enemy of the state ,Apocalypto and the notebook are just a few that I cant seem to get enough of and then there are others taht I see once and I hope that I never see them again.A really good film should have you captivated every time you see it
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• United States
10 Nov 09
The one , no Strike that , The Two films I could see over and over again on the same night are Casablanca and Usual Suspects. I love every frame! I never tire of seeing them.
• United States
17 Nov 09
I love The Notebook. I could watch that movie over and over. I still feel the same emotions as the first time I watched it. It's such a beautiful story.
@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
14 Nov 09
[b]Bladerunner. Either version. Every single time it comes on, I tell myself I'm not gonna watch it...this tim...man that's so cool...okay, just this scene... What?? End credits are here?! Wow, where did the time go!? That was just so good! Again... Maggiepie IMPEACH HIM![/b]
@pyewacket (44031)
• United States
12 Nov 09
Yup--you know it's bad when you can rattle out dialogue from a movie which of course means you've probably only seen it like at least a thousand times. Some of my favorites to watch over and over again are the Lord of The Rings Trilogy, Chronicles of Narnia, Practical Magic, just to name a few. Oh and of course the Harry Potter movies. Which reminds me...haven't actually watched any of them in awhile...maybe I'll start watching one of them tonight
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@jillhill (37399)
• United States
10 Nov 09
Gone with the wind.......I see it every chance I get.....and love every minute of it....that and Pretty Woman....I could watch both of those over and over again!
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@EdTv00 (298)
• United States
9 Nov 09
Yeah I know exactly what you mean. I find myself doing this all the time, watching a movie on tv that I already have on dvd.
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• United States
9 Nov 09
I love the live action Peter Pan movie. I've seen it so many times. The cartoon version is so Disney-fied, but the live action movie stays really true to the book. I also love Girl, Interrupted.
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