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I always seem to come back to The Shawshank Redemption. I don't really know what it is but that has to be my most watched movie of all time.
 

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Too many to pick from, but if I had to pick an all-time favorite, it would be Inception. Despite the expository dialogue, I was blown away by that movie. After leaving the theater, I had zero interest in watching movies ever again for quite awhile.
 

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Despite the expository dialogue...
There's a lot of that going on around these here forums. Based on your recommendation, I put a blu-ray on order, $8.59 (including tax) and two-day Prime delivery. This thread and what movie did you watch is going get me in serious hot water, one $8.00 movie at a time.

...:help:...:p
 

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There's a lot of that going on around these here forums. Based on your recommendation, I put a blu-ray on order, $8.59 (including tax) and two-day Prime delivery. This thread and what movie did you watch is going get me in serious hot water, one $8.00 movie at a time. ...:help:...:p
Inception is a great movie! When it's over I suggest discussing it with your wife as to what the ending meant. There was much debate between the wife and I when it was over. Re-watch at some point and see if your perception of Inception changes. :)
 

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Inception is a great movie! When it's over I suggest discussing it with your wife as to what the ending meant. There was much debate between the wife and I when it was over. Re-watch at some point and see if your perception of Inception changes. :)
I'll look forward to doing so. Be it comedy or drama, after each movie, we go out on the front porch and discuss whatever movie we have just finished watching.
 

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Wow man. Well now that you've spent money, I hope you like it!

And I'm sure there will be plenty to discuss afterwards. I remember people writing entire theses when the movie came out.
 

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Wow man. Well now that you've spent money, I hope you like it!
If it gets an "All Time Favorite" recommendation, in my simple way of thinking, I know I'm going like it and I'm sure the wife will also.

(because of all the wonderful recommendations and the ease of buying used, one has to love threads like this.....well, all except the money part)

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My favorite all time movies would have to be the Transformers movies, I can watch them over and over and they don't get old. Followed by Blood Sport that's another I can watch over and over.
 

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Good to see this thread bubble up again.
I have many favorites but probably no favorite.
I think these are worthy of mention.

Charade
Gaslight
The 6th Sense
 

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There have been many excellent films mentioned in this thread. If I were to name my all-time favorite film, it would probably have to be '2001: A Space Odyssey'. A couple of contenders which haven't been cited yet are 'THX-1138' and one I saw recently which absolutely blew me away, 'Mr. Nobody' - an expertly woven tapestry of possible lives. I just may have a new favorite. 'Mr. Nobody' is a brilliant film in every respect, which make me wonder why I never heard of it until it popped up on Netflix.
 

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Training Day
The Departed
Snowpiercer

I just watched Snowpiercer and its a dogfight between it and the other 2:boxer:
 

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Adding to this thread over ten months later:

The Godfather
On the Waterfront
Shane
The Last of the Mohicans
Slap Shot (I played hockey from age 13 to 54)
Das Boot
 
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