Most rewatchable film?

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  1. DyeLorean

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    The one with Colin Farrell?
     
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    + Sam Jackson, LL Cool J, Michelle Rodriguez
     
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  3. DyeLorean

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    Caught Forrest Gump on tv yesterday and that's another one I can watch over and over again. The pace of the film is excellent. Lots of laughs, a bit of drama, great characters.
     
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  4. squeekness

    squeekness The mighty squeek!

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    Jaws, :D I know i know every line, but i dont care. Its perfect.
     
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  5. Texas Zombie

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    Gladiator
     
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  6. Mandon Knight

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    Point Break (1991 version) - never tire of watching this.
     
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  7. DyeLorean

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    Saw The Force Awakens for the third time before going to The Last Jedi and it has perfect pacing. I could watch that movie again today, just because it's a damn good time.

    In contrast, I'm having a lot of trouble finishing Rogue One for the second time. Should be called Rough One.
     
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    LOL! Rogue One is the only Star Wars I can sit thru and watch with joy instead of the pain of cringing.
     
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    I’ve watched TDK and The 40 Year Old Virgin more than any other film.
     
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    A draw between The Dark Knight, Civil War and Guardians of the Galaxy.
     
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    I really like Casino for some reason, even though I've seen it countless times. Not sure why.
     
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    Kung fu Hustle, When Harry Met Sally, Dumb and Dumber, Coming to America
    There's plenty. Mainly comedies.
     
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    For me, it's the Lion King..I've watched it twice a year for several years. Though for most, it's probably going to be something like The Princess Bride.

    It's a Wonderful Life and Wizard of Oz also get a lot of screentime.
     
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  14. Mandon Knight

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    Essential Christmas viewing.
     
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    I've watched Avatar so many times.
     
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    Gonna add The Incredibles to this list.
     
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