Goodfellas. But I'm not here to amuse you.
Just wondering, for all you DVD collectors out there, which DVD do you own that manages to just keep you coming back for more?
In my case, it would definitely be Blade Runner. There's something about the whole gritty sci-fi ambience that really appeals to me. Sometimes I'll even just pop it in the player and run it in the background as I'm doing other tasks.
How about you guys?
Goodfellas. But I'm not here to amuse you.
I watched Fight Club on a loop for about six months, but haven't watched it much since. I wanted to put it on the other day and realized that my copy is missing :evil:
I put on The Matrix every time I change my audio or video setup. It's not approved until the lobby shootout and the helicopter crash look and sound perfect.
Currently, though, the most watched DVD is Punch Drunk Love (five or six times since it came out last week). Anyone who doesn't love this film is obviously crippled by mental illness.
"Are you using that dandruff shampoo I gave you?"Anyone who doesn't love this film is obviously crippled by mental illness.
If you don't like this movie then you should be forced to watch it over and over again until you appreciate just how good it is.
Excellent film. It always brings back fond memories for me because that was the day my dad came down to bring me back home from university. We took a good long walk from the campus to downtown London (Ontario), and decided to grab dinner and then take in a flick. It was just an all-around great day with dad.Groundhog Day.
"Remember when we used to call you gayboy and you'd get all mad?"Originally Posted by TomChick
EDIT Oops... just noticed you used this on in another thread. Hmmm...
"I didn't ask for a shrink, that must've been somebody else. Also, that pudding isn't mine. Also, I'm wearing a suit today because I had a very important meeting this morning, and I don't have a crying problem."
If you guys haven't already, be sure to watch the Matress Man commercial on the 2nd disc. Ladies and gentlemen, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, giving it up for art!
"OK fine, then you get to go back to chatting with your precious customers, you fuckin' phony chatty piece of shit."Originally Posted by TomChick
I can watch both of Doug Liman's classics, SWINGERS and GO, over and over and never get bored of either.
"You have my home phone number, right?""OK fine, then you get to go back to chatting with your precious customers, you fuckin' phony chatty piece of shit."
"What's that for?"
Shit, are we doing another Han/Greedo thing here? Because lemme tell ya, it's a lot less fun when you're only watching.
Probably one in my Teletubbies colletion.
"Barry, I'm a dentist."Originally Posted by TomChick
I watch a lot of Hitchcock movies again and again,and never get tired of them.'Vertigo' is probably my favorite movie,if I had to name one,although 'Rear Window' or 'North by Northwest' are probably easier to watch on a whim.
DEEP INSIDE JENNA JAMESON. Not a dud scene in the bunch.
Tie between Aliens, The 13th Warrior, and The Crow.
Lately I've been watching the First Season DVD collection of the Dead Zone, my new favorite TV show.
I watch A Clockwork Orange pretty frequently. I like Moulin Rouge too, that would get more play if I wasn't lending it out.
Family Guy boxed set
Brotherhood of the wolf (the subtitled version, because man, the dub is shitty)
Devils Backbone(Now my favorite horror movie)
You are correct. The (dubbed) voice they gave the main character is immensely gay. Great film otherwise.Originally Posted by Jason McMaster
I throw Matrix on every so often, never really watching it all the way through. Others movies I watch alot are Brazil and Groundhog Day.
I seem drawn to the live Nine Inch Nails DVD "And all that could have been".
I don't really even watch the live footage, I just turn off my monitor and let the audio play. I find it really helps me concentrate.
Cowboy Bebop (Finest Anime series ever)
D. Bigalow (man-whore movie)
The Crow (RIP, Bandon)
Initial D: The Movie. Technically the movie is the official end to the series, but I've seen the series enough times.
Snatch and Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels.
"Yeah, I'd just love some chocolate ass-cream."
It's a toss-up between Cowboy Bebop and Lain. Rushmore is a close second (um, or third. or something).
The Big Lebowski.
And yes, The Devil's Backbone rocked.
Hm. The DVD I've watched the most would be one of:
Hardboiled (I love the opening credits)
Ghost in the Shell
One of the Cowboy Bebop anime disks or other
One of the Slayers anime disks or other
The first Noir anime disk
However, I am unlikely to watch those again anytime soon.
The next disk I am likely to watch more than once is Der Lauf der Dinge, which is a good 20 minutes or so of Rube Goldberg goodness. I guess it's like that recent Honda commercial but I haven't seen the commercial.