I was watching the movie "Beaches" today for like the forty-fifth time, and thought it would be neat to put together a list of "Movies that I could watch over and over" until I could recite the lines. Now, don't get me wrong, there are movies out there that I love (like Avatar) but that is not a movie I could sit there and watch over & over. That's the difference.
I'm talking about those movies that when you turn on any given cable channel are on what seems like all the time. And when it's one of my favorites, I will watch it to the end like it's the first time I've seen it ever. You know what I'm talking about, right? We all have those few movies that we feel that way about, right?? It's the type of movie I wouldn't go rent at Blockbuster, but I would watch 15 times on TNT! haha! Hopefully I'm not the only weirdo out there.
My list of movies I could watch over and over...
2. Back to the Future Part 1 & Back to the Future Part 2
3. Field of Dreams
4. Star Wars (any of them)
5. Something About Mary
6. Raiders of the Lost Ark
7. Forrest Gump
8. Independence Day
10. Clear & Present Danger
Let me know some of yours!!
After I Posted this earlier, I realized I left out a whole bunch of super-classic 80's movies:
- Breakfast Club
- 16 Candles
- Better off Dead (That's the one with "I want my 2 dollars!")
- Beverly Hills Cop
- Pretty in Pink
- Weird Science
- Ferris Bueller's Day Off
- Top Gun
- Lost Boys
I have to add:ReplyDelete
Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Dirty Dancing, A Christmas Story, and Grease 1 & Grease 2.
Pretty Woman, Scent of a Woman, Moulin Rouge, all the Rocky moviesReplyDelete
Wow - How in the world did I forget Dirty Dancing?! And Pretty Woman?!ReplyDelete
How about True Lies (Jamie Lee Curtis), that is my ultimate fave. I think I am going to add Eclipse and TwilightReplyDelete
Definitely Field of Dreams (any Kevin Costner for me!), Forrest Gump, Ferris, Breakfast Club, 16 Candles, Lost Boys, A Christmas Story -- all good ones! Also Armageddon, Untamed Heart (love Christian Slater, too), Hook, Sound of Music & Wizard of Oz!ReplyDelete