Dirty Dancing

Germany
November 17, 2012 9:48am CST
Yesterday night, I saw Dirty Dancing with Patrick Swayze again. It's an older film and I already saw it many times, but I still like it. Even the music it. It's one of those classics I could repeat from time to time. Do you have some films you could repeat whatching without getting tired?
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11 responses
• Japan
18 Nov 12
Hahaha I am on it! I watch films over an over again once I like them. Just like the step up movies, Angelina Jolie movies and Spider-Man movies hahaha I never get tired of watching the same movie over an over and my hubby would even asked me " aren't you get tired watching those movies over and over again" hahaha
• Germany
20 Nov 12
That's right, when I like a film I don't mind to repeat watching it. There is another film I really don't know how often I've seen it already but I don't get tired of it, this movie hasn't got anything to do with dancing, I am talking about Sissi, but I still love this film.
• Japan
23 Nov 12
hahaha I know right! once I find the movie good ill watch it over and over again:)
@marie2052 (3691)
• United States
18 Nov 12
I own the DVD to Dirty Dancing. I love it. Did you see the sequel? It is awesome to. I also have Grease and Grease 2. I like almost any type of dance movies. Thanks for sharing that. Now I gotta go get some DVDS out and watch again. Oh and Saturday Night Fever I loved the music in that as it was mostly the BeeGees. The sequel Staying Alive is Travolta at his best in Dancing I thought. Well next to Urban Cowboy LOL Yep gotta love the movies that are dancing. Thanks for the discussion. Now I can see you looking for more of your favorites too!!!
• Germany
20 Nov 12
I don't think that I know Grease, maybe I should get it once to watch it too. But Saturday Night Fever is also a classic for dance lovers, I watched it already a long time ago and wouldn't mind to see it again. Thanks for sharing.
@Sindelle (829)
• United States
17 Nov 12
I love Disney movies. I could watch any Disney move made from 1989-1994 over and over again and never get tired of it. Especially The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, and Aladdin.
• Germany
18 Nov 12
Disney movies never turn old fashioned, I also love them. But there are more films like Heidi and Marco I still love and I never get tired. Do you like those ones too?
@xiejiaotu (217)
• Malaysia
17 Nov 12
for the film you had watch i had never watch before so i will not comment on this but if another question of repeat watching question i have my own answer. if one nice movie i don't mine watching few times and watch back after certain of time and i wont feel tired. but if your repeat is everyday repeat watch or watch again and again in short time i think anything will make you tired. that is my opinion.
• Germany
18 Nov 12
Thank you for your opinion, but I think nobody review a movie in short time back and back again, it's right that you need to let pass more time inbetween. For me, the interesting point of reviewing a movie is if some years passed inbetween so you watch a film at different ages of your life. At more matureness or experience in your life, you might get suddenly another point of you about the same film as the person changes during the life.
@cluelle (132)
• Canada
17 Nov 12
I love that movie! It was wonderful how they made Swayze's character so sympathetic - you always felt like he and Baby would maintain a relationship long after the film :). For me though, I could watch the 2007 interpretation of Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey" forever. I don't really understand why it's difficult to interpret this book's settings, but this was the best representation of the characters and the atmosphere that the heroine had found herself thrust into. I really like how they showed the brightness and hopefulness of youth... and the sad realization that life can be very sleazy on the edges... but by the hero and heroine staying true to what they really felt, they found their own comfort and happiness.
• Germany
18 Nov 12
I don't remember this film, but it seems to be interesting. Maybe, I should try to get it too. Thanks for the tip.
@mychattime (1013)
17 Nov 12
I love dirty dancing as well, at Christmas I love watching santa claus the movie, its one of my favourite films ever. When i was a child i use to watch labarynth whenever i was ill so would love to get a copy of it and re watch it one day.
• Germany
18 Nov 12
Generally, Christmas movies are very nice. I also like them, as this time of the year produce speciall feelings.
• Leesburg, Georgia
17 Nov 12
I LOVE dirty dancing and I have seen it a bunch of times! I also watch A walk to remember over and over again. Lol. Another one I have seen more than a few times is Ghost with Patrick Swayze in it too!
• Germany
18 Nov 12
That's true, Ghost is also a very nice film and Patrick Swayze really was a good actor! I also like this movie you mentioned.
@asliah (11140)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
hi, the movie that i wanted to play repeatedly is the avatar and the last part of twilight,it because that movies were really nice and great for me,actually watching of avatar before was twice a day even i already know the story of it and now the last part of the story of twilight.
@aabuda (1725)
• Philippines
18 Nov 12
I also loved the film...I actually downloaded it online and since then, I also keep on repeating it over and over again...
• United States
18 Nov 12
This exact movie is one that I will watch over and over again. I loved Patrick Swayze, so, anything he was in, I will watch over and over again. I also love The Breakfast Club. I can almost recite every line in that one, but I still watch it all the time.
@robspeakman (1705)
17 Nov 12
Dirty Dancing is a terrible film, it is an insult to 100 years of cinema history. The real reason for building the Large Hadron Collider is to discover wormholes to travel back in time for one purpose and one purpose alone - To stop the conception of everybody that anything to do with Dirty Dancing...... I once spent 12 hour shift with a bloke - he asked did I want to watch a DVD, the DVD was Dirty Dancing, he knew every word and he cried at the end.