Top ten movies you could watch over and over
There are a lot of movies that I like, but I don’t necessarily know if I can watch over and over again. It’s a good thing I like and have seen a lot of movies, so I think I have a decent arsenal to pick from. Here goes nothing.
- The Big Labowski. I’ve been absolutely obsessed with this movie lately and its abundant supply of great one-liners. I think I watched it three times in the past few weeks alone.
- Forrest Gump. Duh. This is a no-brainer.
- Goodfellas. Oh god, every time this is on one of the cable channels, I always tune in and start watching it. Ironically enough, I never catch it and start watching it from the beginning unless I sit down and deliberately play it on Netflix or something.
- Fight Club. I’ve seen this movie and read the book more times than I can count on one, maybe two, hands.
- Step Brothers. Parts of the movie are completely ridiculous, but again- the memorable one-liners make the movie.
- The Departed. I was obsessed with this movie after seeing it for the first time. I went to buy the DVD the first day it came out, and I don’t regularly buy DVDs much anymore.
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Animated version, please. Not that abomination with Jim Carrey and actual humans playing the parts of animated characters. This is a mandatory movie that I have to watch at least once during the Christmas season and a few years ago I decided to buy the anniversary edition DVD so I would always have it to watch.
- Resident Evil series. A lot of people hate the way these movies came out because they were not “true” to the stories in the video games, but I don’t care. I love all of the cool special effects and guns used for zombie ass-kicking, so I don’t care about the story accuracy all that much- and honestly, it is based off a video game, so nothing is supposed to be true-to-life anyway.
- Se7en. I’ve seen this movie quite a bit, but I haven’t watched it in a while.
- South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. I can’t believe they haven’t made a sequel to this yet… lol.
From: Thursday’s Top Ten