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    1. Halloween (1978)
    2. Friday the 13th (1980)
    3. Killer Klowns From Outer Space
    4. The Princess Bride
    5. Naked Gun

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    Killer Klowns scared the shit out of me as a kid.

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    It was one of those movies that was always played when I was a kid. The Monster Squad, Beetlejuice, ET, and Flight of the Navigator were some other ones. Just always played by someone in my family. Love them all.

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    I didn't watch it until after I started listening to ICP. It's such a bizarre movie.

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    1. Grosse Pointe Blank
    2. Almost Famous
    3. The Martian
    4. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
    5. Bourne Identity.

    I can watch any of those five any day of the year

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    The Rock
    Armageddon
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    Star Wars

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    Quote Originally Posted by _me View Post
    1. Grosse Pointe Blank
    2. Almost Famous
    3. The Martian
    4. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
    5. Bourne Identity.

    I can watch any of those five any day of the year
    Almost Famous is such a great movie. They just did a podcast about it for the 20th anniversary. Origins with James Miller. Really good listen.

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    Christmas Vacation
    Die Hard
    Muppet Treasure Island
    Star Wars
    Scoob

    These 5 have had plenty of time on my family's screen in 2020.

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    Kill Bill
    Big Trouble In Little China
    Rocky
    Breakfast Club
    The Princess Bride

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    Die Hard
    Spaceballs
    The Thing
    Armed and Dangerous
    Ghostbusters

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    The Princess Bride
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Jaws
    Sleepless in Seattle
    The Muppets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    1. Halloween (1978)
    2. Friday the 13th (1980)
    3. Killer Klowns From Outer Space
    4. The Princess Bride
    5. Naked Gun
    My oldest daughter has been a fan of this movie since she was a little kid. For her birthday last year I bought her the special edition blu ray release that comes with a small poster.

    This is one of those movies you'd see on USA Up! All Night or at 1am on TNT. Once in awhile you'd catch it on a movie channel but I remember seeing it on cable more than anything.

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    Evil Dead
    Batman (1st Tim Burton)
    Bloodsport
    Friday

    It doesn't matter if there's only 2 minutes left I'll still watch these. I just watched Evil Dead on the Pluto TV app just for the fuck of it.

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    There is only 1 real answer for me. Twister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Beer Monster View Post
    There is only 1 real answer for me. Twister.
    That's my ex's go-to. It's her favorite movie too so that doesn't hurt. Great movie.

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    Current 5 that I watch when possible:-

    Heat
    Batman Begins
    Revenge of the Sith (last Star Wars sucked so bad I went back to the prequels)
    Groundhog Day (still the best comedy ever made)
    Shawshank Redemption

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romford Pele View Post
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    Current 5 that I watch when possible:-

    Heat
    Batman Begins
    Revenge of the Sith (last Star Wars sucked so bad I went back to the prequels)
    Groundhog Day (still the best comedy ever made)
    Shawshank Redemption
    i dont watch movies repeatedly, very often. i'll go years and years inbetween viewings. as big of a batman fan as i am, and as good as begins is, the dark knight is the absolute top choice for film i really cant get enough of. i saw it five or six times in theaters, obviously snapped up the blu-ray when that came out, and there was a period of time where it was playing pretty constantly on cable, and i would always tune into it until at least after joker escapes from jail. that length of the film, from the start of transporting harvey dent to the moment he wakes up and finds the scarred coin batman left, is probably my favorite set of scenes in a movie, ever. i feel like a kid anytime i watch it.

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    The ones I have seen more than a few times:

    The Shining
    The Descent
    The Muppets
    The Piano
    Cloverfield
    Groundhogs Day
    Grease/Grease 2
    Hairspray

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    Every December I’ll do a LOTR marathon (extended edition, obviously) with my group of friends.

    Christmas Vacation is an annual holiday staple.

    Top Gun and the original Die Hard are must watches whenever they’re on TV.

    The Fast series I could watch on repeat and never get tired of.

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    Agreed about the Fast & Furious movies. Especially 1 and 5-7. Just great action films that hold up well.

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    Slumdog Millionaire
    Gran Torino
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    Friday the 13th
    and Super Troopers

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAl View Post
    Agreed about the Fast & Furious movies. Especially 1 and 5-7. Just great action films that hold up well.
    Oddly enough, “Tokyo Drift” might just be my favourite film in the series. The introduction and development of the Han Seoul-Oh character, who is by far my favourite; the setting and the new style of racing is also pretty cool. Plus, the post-credits Dom Torretto appearance solidified the idea that there was at least one more Fast movie in the pipeline.

    I’m really hoping for a Suki appearance in one of the final films, I feel like they missed out on a potentially badass character.

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