13 thoughts on “My Top 10 Movies I Never Tire Of Rewatching!

  1. My list is
    Fifth Element
    Blade Runner
    Dark City
    Edge of tomorrow
    Pitch Black and Riddick
    Terminator 2

  2. I’ve probably seen half of those.

    “Buckaroo Banzai” I definitely watch a couple of times a year. I wish someone would reboot it as a TV series.
    “Blade Runner” at least once a year.

    My standard rewatch movies:

    “The Dish” – My favourite film. It makes me feel good every time I watch it.
    “Pleasantville” – My #2. It’s such a clever concept.
    “The Fifth Element” – If I’m looking for a fun movie this is the one I pull out of my Blu-Ray collection.
    “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” – It’s so good! Michael Caine’s Aussie accent in the last scene is gold!
    “Airplane!” – The perfect parody.
    “The Matrix” – This blew my mind when I first saw it and it still holds up. Sequels? What sequels?
    “Tremors” – A perfect blend of humour, horror and classic sci-fi.
    “Serenity” – It makes me sad that we never got more “Firefly” but I’ll take what I can get.
    “Blade” – The best vampire movie ever made and I’ll fight anyone who says otherwise.

  3. I only recognized 6, 3, and 1 – three of my favorites, too.

    I am definitely older than you are, which is reflected in my taste in movies. “Love Actually” and “The Sound of Music”, sentimental hits, are my absolute favorites and I’ve seen them dozens of times. Add to that “Uncle Buck” and “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles”.

    A number of old black and white films are on my list, as well. It’s a pretty well rounded
    group with some sci-fi, drama, comedy (of course), and a blockbuster musical. I’m not sure I could pick out a top 10, though. Maybe a top 15?

    Please post the names of your films for those of us who have not yet achieved movie enlightenment, but would like to. I feel like I have seen #2, but I can’t place it (although I have a feeling I might have already listed it).

  4. A lot of fun movies listed. I’ll add Galaxy Quest to the list and The Incredibles. Both are very quotable.

    Hanging in there @Ponytail?

    1. Galaxy Quest! I loved the documentary on Amazon about making the film, I’ll be waiting on a sequel even after I’m a holographic upload enjoying my digital afterlife.

  5. If it has to be 10(+), mine would be

    Groundhog Day
    North by Northwest
    The Incredibles
    Indiana Jones 1-3
    Star Wars ep. 4-6
    LA Story
    Guardians of the Galaxy 1-2
    The Mummy (1999)
    Star Trek Generations (or Wrath of Khan?)
    You only live twice

  6. Logan
    Cabin in the Woods
    John Wick
    Star Trek (2009)
    Dark Knight
    Furious 6/7

  7. Project Almanac
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine (I know, I know… but I like it)
    Star Trek (2009)
    Star Trek Into Darkness
    Man of Steel
    Assassin’s Creed
    TRON – Legacy
    Edge of Tomorrow

  8. Highlander
    David Lynch’s Dune
    Princess Bride
    Lord of the Rings 1+2+3
    Errol Flynn’s Robin Hood
    Errol Flynn’s Captain Blood
    Danny Kaye’s Court Jester
    Star Wars
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
    The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

  9. 10 – NFI maybe someone could shed some light on this one……
    9 – The adventures of buckaroo banzai across the 8th dimension
    8 – Blade Runner
    7 – Reservoir Dogs
    6 – Young Frankenstein
    5 – Shaolin Soccer
    4 – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    3 – Princess Bride
    2 – Planes Trains and Automobiles
    1 – A Christmas Story (1983)

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