What movie(s) have you watched multiple times and would keep watching again and again?

I don’t watch movies multiple times generally.

These I have watched multiple times and would again:

Rocky movies
Harry Potter movies
Godfather
It’s a Wonderful Life
Sound of Music
The Rocky movies were recently released to Netflix. My son and I have plowed thourgh 1-4 the last couple of days. I love the scene in 4 where he bascially ended the Cold War after beating Drago.
 
Pearl Harbor?! Gonna have to report you to the moderator.
Maybe I can replace that one with Midway. Learning about the Pacific side of WWII was a big inspiration for me to serve, so any movies about it hold a place in my heart.
 
Maybe I can replace that one with Midway. Learning about the Pacific side of WWII was a big inspiration for me to serve, so any movies about it hold a place in my heart.
Replacing Pearl Harbor with the recently released Midway would be an excellent idea! If you are interested in a movie that tries to portray December 7th with some historical accuracy and avoids a painfully bizarre love triangle and an incomprehensible side trip to the Battle of Britain followed by an unbelievable trip as a Doolittle Raider, watch Tora, Tora, Tora.

"We've got to get this machine gun to the top of the control tower so we can stop the attack on Pearl Harbor but the Japanese know this is the key to our defense and will do anything to stop us!"

I saw much of the filming of Pearl Harbor. It was....disconcerting to see P-40s and Zeros chasing each other around Ford Island. The decision-makers in that movie did a disservice to our country with their portrayal. They could have done something worthwhile.
 
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Top Gun
Lone Survivor
American Sniper
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Platoon
Saving Private Ryan
Outpost
Spies like us
Red Dawn
Forest Gump
 
One of my DS's will never watch a movie more than once. I probably re-watch movies as much as anyone. They are like works of art. No reason to stop admiring them. Some are:

The Godfather 1 & 2
Gone with the Wind
The Best Years of Our Lives
Battleground
They Were Expendable
12 O-Clock High
 
The Sixth Sense

The only reason I watch a movie again, is to re-watch bc the ending had an amazing plot twist that I didn’t see coming.
 
Top Gun
Lone Survivor
American Sniper
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Platoon
Saving Private Ryan
Outpost
Spies like us
Red Dawn
Forest Gump
Is Outpost a solid movie? Just finished reading Red Platoon and thought I’d give it a go if it reflects SSG Romesha’s book
 
I am jumping headlong into this conversation to tell of a PBS docuseries I just learned of, called Carrier. I haven't seen it yet, though I watched the 26-minute-long trailer on YouTube. I've put it on hold at my local library and I'll pick it up soon. By the looks of the trailer, it is a really interesting piece about the people and culture on an aircraft carrier. I'll give an update when I finish it, if anyone is interested.
 
Is Outpost a solid movie? Just finished reading Red Platoon and thought I’d give it a go if it reflects SSG Romesha’s book
Not sure what others think, but its a movie I have watched several times. I could watch it again tonight as if it was my first. It adds a lot of Hollywood I am sure. It's actually made me want to read the book.

SSG Romesha post movie interview is a cool touch.

 
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