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  • Cinematic Comfort Food

    There are a bunch of movies I love to watch over and over and over again. It is like going home again to visit family. These are the types of movies I could watch a thousand times without getting sick of watching them.

    My list includes, but is not limited to:

    A Chorus Line
    Lil & Stitch
    Emperor's New Groove
    Moulin Rouge
    Singing in the Rain
    Encino Man
    The Sound of Music

    Sometimes movies will show up on cable that I haven't seen in a while. I will stop to watch as much of the movie is left. What about you?
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  • #2
    Labyrinth. I own it on DVD
    The Sound of Music
    South Park: the Movie
    The Life of Brian
    Bring It On
    The Matrix
    Star Wars


    • #3
      Chasing Amy
      Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
      *YAY for Kevin Smith*

      Say Anything
      Bring It On
      and... of course... Shaun of the Dead
      Last edited by libraryvixen; 02-03-2005, 02:41 PM. Reason: bad spelling... what else is new with me?!?
      She walks in beauty, like the night
      Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
      And all that's best of dark and bright
      Meet in her aspect and her eyes.....

      --Lord Byron


      • #4
        Being John Malkovich
        Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
        Human Nature
        Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

        Charlie Kaufman = God.


        • #5

          Indiana Jones
          Oceans 11
          and Eurotrip
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          • #6
            The Women
            All About Eve
            Emperor's New Groove
            Some Like it Hot
            Auntie Mame
            Gone with the Wind
            A Christmas Story
            Four Weddings and a Funeral
            Love Actually
            The Man Who Came to Dinner
            Bringing Up Baby
            The Lion in Winter
            South Park: BL&U
            Shaun of the Dead
            Ab Fab series
            Vicar of Dibley series
            Keeping Up Appearances series

            So, so many!


            • #7
              I love Some like it Hot!


              • #8
                any disney movie with the making of inside the DVD.....(loved aladdins and mulans..)


                Drumline.... (i am a percussionist..)

                any movie not shown at school about sums it up too... (as long as it aint a chick flick... No GF to watch it with....)


                • #9
                  The Star Wars movies
                  Moulin Rouge
                  and Finding Neverland (I know it's not on DVD yet, but I LOVED it!)


                  • #10
                    Oh, I'm one of those people who will watch the same movie 5 times in theaters alone. The real big winners through the years, though:

                    Aladdin - I just plain love everything about this one
                    Rescuers Down Under - so beautiful, the score is one of my favs, and I always dreamed of flying like that
                    Free Willy - it has a killer whale. That's all I need
                    Raiders of the Lost Ark - for those times when I need adventure vicariously
                    Anastasia - what girl hasn't ever imagined finding out she's a princess?
                    "I don't need intelligent drugs because I don't know what they are. But I will put anything into my mouth that is given to me, whether it's supposed to go there or not. Because... I'm different."


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