questionsdo you have a movie that you could watch over and…

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The Life Aquatic. Great music, perfect for background noise.

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It's a tie between Princess Bride and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly. I love'em both and they have great background music.

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@bluejester: Yeah, most Clint Eastwood westerns and the Dirty Harry ones. Also a big fan of Steve McQueen - Bullitt and The Great Escape. The Great Escape intrigues me because I have an Uncle that was in the same POW camp. Way too many favorites to mention them all. I also like Walter Matthau - probably a little known movie that he starred in was Charley Varrick. You can probably tell that I'm mostly into older movies! Almost forgot to mention Jimmy Stewart, especially the Hitchcock movies that he starred in.

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Die Hard, A New Hope, The first 3 Indiana Jones movies, Saving Private Ryan and The Matrix.

Any time any of these movies are on tv and I happen to catch a glimpse of it, I watch it, commercials and all, until the end. On a whim, I'll watch some of these films back-to-back for like 12 hours on a Saturday or Sunday.

If it's a movie night, I watch something new.

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I forgot to mention American Graffiti - I can remember in my younger days cruising Central in Phoenix - nostalgia is kicking in!! And another favorite Jimmy Stewart movie is Shenandoah - great movie.

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Shawshank Redemption (do not own it, but when I had cable it was on all the time and the TV remote would fail to work when it was playing)
Fight Club, (have not seen it since I read the book, so I am not sure how that will go)
Matrix.

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It's a mad mad mad mad world and
Blazing saddles.

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Dumb and Dumber, or The Lion King

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Inception. Such a well-made and enjoyable film.

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There are several movies I have watched a dozen times, including Aliens, the Princess Bride, and the Rundown. But my "comfort movie" that I put on when I am sick or need something familiar and easy is "Deep Blue Sea". Yeah, the movie where Samuel L. Jackson is eaten by a giant shark. For some strange reason it's a very relaxing movie for me. The music is good, the colors are soothing, the dialogue is clear and character-driven, I enjoy spending time with the characters, and Thomas Jane is very easy on the eyes. I have found several other women who also use this as their go-to relaxation movie. My (male) best friend's favorite rerun is Stallone's Judge Dredd.

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A New Hope, Oscar, Hudson Hawk, Bill & Ted's Excelent Adventure, Clue

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The only movie that draws me in like a moth to a light bulb is National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Or maybe Young Guns.

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Before DVD's were big, I used to watch the Kevin Kline movie Dave over and over, to the point where the playback had garbled banding along the top of the movie. A sure sign of the tape getting worn out.