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Back to The Future
Original Star Wars Trilogy
Seven Samurai and pretty much all Kurosawa work (All those persons affected with extreme mental retardation that talks badly about this movies fail to notice Avengers is a badly made ripoff of this movie )
Terminator 1 and 2 (All those slow of mind people, that talk how much this movies had aged, fails to see its because the movies keep telling you they happen in the 80s and 90s and the only think athat actually aged what the sense of fashion)
The Matris, nah just a joke the movie aged horribly bad and horribly fast.
As Good As It Gets. Romantic Comedy genre's movies aren't my go-to category for classics I want to keep around. But some of them I can just rewatch over and over again, and they last better than many other genres. As Good As It Gets is exceptionally good in this aspect.
Jack Nicholson freezes you in the scenes in his tiny apartment, tiny world. His small, near-fetish life chores. He never figures it out and therefore you're trapped with the cycle as a viewer.
Ratatouille. The only pixar movie in my collection so far that I already have several different DVD's quality conversion. It got these little mouse sequence music that reminds me of Mickey, everything from the plot just stays with you after you watched it. The movie is a well oiled machine running smoothly from start to finish. Then it's ready to run again.
John Carpenter's the Thing. 30 year old practical FX that challenge even the best looking CGI. I watch the movie at least once a year along with Hardrock Zombies.
Good call. That movie is disturbing even now. And just an excellent film in general.
I'll add Halloween for another Carpenter classic.
Just a few off the top of my head
The Shining seen it at least five times could watch it again.
Original Star Wars trilogy just never gets old.
The Thing John Carpenters version. Just a great film all round, not only the special effects but the story and how it captivates the emotions of been trapped in the middle of no where. If anyone reading this has not seen this film stop reading this and go and watch it.
Predator 2 It feels alot more like an action film than the original. I could watch the original Predator alot as well but for some reason whenever Predator 2 is on the TV I just feel the need to watch it. I think its because it is more fun (?) than the first one. And just has alot of good action with a nice stream of gore. I am not saying anything against the first one its a masterpiece but they are both different films.
Batman Begins. Just really enjoy this film it doesn't feel as deep as the Dark Knight and is a different film in many ways but it never gets old.
Dark Knight not seen it in awhile but I feel I must watch it again sometime.
The Little Princess. (all variations)
Sabrina (the original)
My Fair Lady
Peter Pan (most recent)
Sound of Music
Pretty much any film with Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman, Errol Flynn, and Natalie Wood (Splendor in the Grass/West Side Story/Gypsy Rose)
Wizard of Oz (original)
There is a lot, apparently. I can't think of any recent ones where I would want to rewatch - not to say they aren't amazing, but seeing them again isn't a must. The above films, yes.
Pirates Of The Caribbean, each one for me.
Fight Club, Green Street Hooligans.
Scott Pilgrim Vs The World.
I hope this is a joke, the first one dont age, but the rest age really, really, really, really, really fast.
Gremlins even the sequel, the evidence CGI is OVERRATED!!!
The Thing, Star Wars 123, Avengers, Fight Club, The Crow, Airplane, All Tarintino Flicks, True Romance, Lord Of the Rings Trilogy, Aliens 1 and 2, Predator, Halloween, Exorcist, Dredd, 13 Assassins, Ninja Scroll, Akira, Spiderman 2, Amazing Spiderman, Batman Begins, V for Vendetta, Transformers original animated movie, Princess Mononoke, Matrix, Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, Seven Samurai, Shogun Assassin, 300, American Psycho, Lock Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels, Snatch and many more.