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A list of great movies to watch when it's all we can do!

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,731
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:24 AM in Water Cooler
My favorite latest movie is "Mad Money" and I suggest that everyone see it. Nice, light, and very funny. It's great for those times when all you can do is watch TV. Grab the popcorn or your drug (junk food) of choice and settle down for a good time.


  • i have to add my favorite movie . . BORAT!! Gosh if we all watched that movie ten time a day i bet we could laugh ourselves into healing in a few days!
  • I've always wanted to see that one as well. I spend way too much time watching TV myself. To bad drive ins are not around anymore!

    Evelyn :H
    Had PLIF in 2008 and a Laminectomy. One level fusion, L4-L5.
  • If it doesn't hurt too much to laugh....

    "Something's Gotta Give"
    "Best In Show" (this one gets funnier the more you watch it)

    And everyone needs to see "Fargo" at least once
  • I Heart Huckabees-existential detectives-funny and thought provoking
    Shaun of the Dead - Romantic Zombie Comedy- Hilarious
    The Princess Bride-classic
    The Lord of the Rings collection-Can take a whole day away

    One Love,

  • IFC and Sundance documentaries/movies
    Manchurian Candidate
    Mystic Pizza
    Tommy Boy
    Pursuit of Happyness
    Band of Brothers
    Mona Lisa Smile
    Space Cowboys
    No Way Out
    ..that's all for now folks
  • Two of my favorites are "The Usual Suspects" and "In Bruges" as long as you don't mind some violence! I am also glad "Mama Mia" is coming out this week because it's light and goofy but fun to sing along to. Personally, I am burned out on Christmas movies this year! :))) --Mazy
  • In my area, most of the radio stations began playing Christmas music either November 1 or December 1. Not peppered in with other musice, either. It's the ONLY music they play! X(

    I've complained, but they do this EVERY STINKING YEAR!!!
    It's a shame, too because I LOVE Christmas music. They just ruin it for me. I need to add "SATELLITE RADIO" to my grown up wish list... ;) My point is that I am burnt out on Christmas music and movies too ("you could put someone's eye out!")

    I want to see Momma Mia too.

    Shaun of the Dead - what can I say? It was stupidly hilarious (or hilariously stupid?). I knew it was going to be a stupid movie and KNEW I wouldn't like it, but rented it for "da boyz". But found myself liking it in spite of myself.

    I like documentaries and biographies. AND, the TURNER CLASSIC MOVIE channel.

    I DON'T like the Lifetime Movie Channel. I can only handle about 4 maybe 10 minutes of those movies before I am balling m eyes out! It's going to be intersting to see who likes what movies. You can tell alot about a person this way...

    Interesting thread there, TopFuelFan!
  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 9,736

    The GodFather and GodFather Part II
    Field of Dreams
    Major League
    Legends of the Fall
    Christmas Story
    Christmas Vacation

    Only to name a few (judged by having to have see them a minimum of 100 times
    Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
    You can email me at: rdilauro@veritashealth.com
  • These are the few I can think of:









    INDIANA JONES series

  • Terminator series
    Predator I, II
    Alien series
    Die Hard series
    Bourne Identity, Supremacy
    Transporter series
    A Bronx Story
    Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, Sudden Impact, etc.
    Young Guns series
    The Abyss
    Revenge of the Sith
    Deja Vu
    The Last Emperor
    Weird Science
    Animal House :D
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