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    People Are Sharing The Movies They Could Watch A Million Times, And I'm Embarrassed I Haven't Seen All Of Them

    I could also watch Clue endlessly.

    We all have those movies we could watch a billion times and never get bored with (hello, Mean Girls), so it makes sense that Reddit user u/jonaman0802 would ask, "What movie do you never mind watching?"

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    Here are 15 of the responses:

    1. "The Princess Bride. It's just a fun movie that anyone can watch."

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    2. "Hot Fuzz."

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    "The amount of detail in this movie is amazing. I just watched it for the sixth or seventh time the other day, and I'm still picking up stuff I hadn't noticed before."


    3. "The Martian. It’s just so entertaining."

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    4. "Top Gun. Ever since I was a kid, I would catch it at any point in the movie and be able to rewatch."

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    5. "Clue. I know many people don't care for it, but it is one of my favorite films."

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    6. "Galaxy Quest. The best Star Trek movie made."

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    7. "Office Space. There are tons of movies that I love and rewatch quite a bit, but I will always sit down and enjoy Office Space if it’s on."

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    8. "Thor: Ragnarok."

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    "I hadn't noticed how easily I could just throw this movie on in the background and just enjoy it while I'm doing other things. Such a good one!"


    9. "Blazing Saddles. I know this movie is older than most of you whippersnappers, but still."

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    10. "The Mummy with Brendan Fraser. It's so quotable, funny, and exciting!"

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    11. "My Cousin Vinny. Always brings me joy and laughs."

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    12. "The Matrix. It's just so good."

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    13. "Knives Out. Such a fun movie, and you can find new details every time you watch."

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    14. "The Wedding Singer is one of my favorite comedies. It’s easy to watch, great soundtrack, and genuinely hilarious."

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    15. And, of course, "Shaun of the Dead. Such a classic."

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    Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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