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In this internet age, you can pretty much watch whatever you want, whenever you want. I constantly find myself, not in the mood for something new, but rather something I've seen more times than I can count. Just watched "Snatch" for the 1,000th time and it got me thinking. What are some movies that just don't get old no matter how many times you watch them? My top five: -The Star Wars Saga (Ep 1-6) -The Usual Suspects -The Rocketeer -Aladdin (1992) -The Color Purple *Edit* guess that's how the list is gonna look...



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My top five:

-The Star Wars Saga (Ep 1-6)

-The Usual Suspects

-The Rocketeer

-Aladdin (1992)

-The Color Purple



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Most my picks I re-watched a ton during childhood and even into my teen years, but haven't watched in years. I'll still include them anyway, even if I've just about watched them too much.
The Wizard of Oz, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Original Star Wars Trilogy, The Lion King, The Dark Knight, Toy Story Trilogy.



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As a kid I watched The Fifth Element like a billion times. Probably haven't seen it in ten years though.

Now I don't really rewatch that much, of I do it's Star Wars, Lord of the Rings or one of Pixar or Jim Carrey's golden age movies. This list sharply declines in frequency though, with the amount of times I've rewatched Star Wars, 1-6, probably being more than the rest combined.



T2, Aliens, and Pulp Fiction for me. Star Wars and Empire Strikes back are also up there.



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S.Peelman said:
As a kid I watched The Fifth Element like a billion times. Probably haven't seen it in ten years though.

Now I don't really rewatch that much, of I do it's Star Wars, Lord of the Rings or one of Pixar or Jim Carrey's golden age movies. This list sharply declines in frequency though, with the amount of times I've rewatched Star Wars, 1-6, probably being more than the rest combined.

I find myself actually enjoying old Jim Carey movies more now than I did even at the time. Lots of jokes I missed back then.

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-Matrix and Matrix 2
-A New Hope
-Pulp Fiction
-Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2
-Constantine
-Deadpool 1 & 2



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Some of my personal most re-watched movies:

-Star Wars prequels and original trilogy (Rogue One and Solo are also quite re-watchable, sequel trilogy is garbage)
-Back to the Future Trilogy
-Harry Potter series
-Spider-Man trilogy (especially Spider-Man 2)
-Lord of the Rings trilogy (and to a lesser extent The Hobbit trilogy as well)
-Ferris Bueller's Day Off
-Pixar and Disney movies (especially some of my absolute favorites like Lion King, Aladdin, Toy Story, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, and Mulan)
-Pirates of the Caribbean series
-Ice Age series
-Shrek series
-Bruce Almighty
-Austin Powers series
-Rat Race
-Dumb and Dumber
-Christmas movies (I do a yearly rewatch of all of the my favorite Christmas movies each year, including Home Alone 1 and 2, The Santa Clause 1 and 2, The Polar Express, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Christmas with the Kranks, A Christmas Story, Elf, and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation, among others)
-Van Helsing and The Nightmare Before Christmas (I rewatch these yearly around Halloween)



1. Insterstellar
2. The Martian
3. Gravity
4. Passengers
5. Lord of the rings trilogy.



Any of the mandatory watches in the Coen Brothers filmography. So: No Country For Old Men, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, Barton Fink, Raising Arizona, Blood Simple, and probably even Burn After Reading too