I also watch Carnival of Souls every year around Halloween.
my vote goes for Modern Times :)
“my vote goes for Modern Times :)”
I’ve seen Blade Runner mor times than almost any other movie, so that.
@Brett Me too on Blade Runner. Sometimes, I just can’t decide what DVD of mine I want to watch so I put Blade Runner on.
Hard to say, but I will agree on Tenenbaums and I’ll add In the Mood for Love and 400 blows.
God forbid anyone mentioning films like Drunken Angel or The Red Desert …
The Seventh Seal would be the only movie i would take with me to a desert island, even if i didn’t have a dvd player.
No love for Trouble in Paradise?
My votes go for Pandora’s Box and M.
Oh, and White Dog.
“Naked Lunch” hands down.
Pepe Le Moko is great because the style and the setting and the characters. Always fun to rewatch.Trouble in Paradise is a pleasure too because of the direction and dialogue.
“Picnic at Hanging Rock”. Every time I see it I get something new out of it.
Sans Soleil. Every time I see it I seem to see something completely different in it. It is endlessly fascinating to me.
I’ve rewatched Kicking and Screaming the most.
Probably The Third Man. I’ve watched Paris, Texas many times too.
It’s a tie between Ally’s and Jah’s for me.
I could also say La Double vie de Veronique, but Pierre, at least you think Breathless is rewatchable. ;)
Science is Fiction
Bottle Rocket or Yojimbo
Criterion has released a lot of films with rewatch value.
I’d go with the first Brakhage set, Science is Fiction, Last Year at Marienbad or Sans Soleil. I get something totally new from them upon each revisiting. George Washington and Days of Heaven are also both films I’d have no problem watching on a semi frequent basis, along with the Cassavetes box set, Rohmer box set, and everything they’ve released of Fassbinder’s. An old roommate and I lived in a house with no cable and one DVD (The Darjeeling Limited) for a few weeks, and I would say I watched it around 10 times during that period, so I guess that is one of my picks as well.
I’m partial to films about intellectuals in crisis, so: Linklater’s “Slacker” and Malle’s “The Fire Within” are high on my list. All summer, I found myself immersed in the boxed set of William Klein films: brilliant, all.
I succumb to the awesomeness that is Rushmore, far too often. Love that movie to death.
hard choice. well first of all: the double life of véronique. i’ve already seen it 3 times. the brakhage set, science is fiction, au revoir les enfants, pierrot le fou, yojimbo, last year at marienbad, through a glass darkly, 400 blows.
Hard Boiled or The Killer
Yojimbo, The Sword of Doom, Hotel Monterey, and any Godard with Anna Karina in it.
i’ve noticed that i watch kicking and screaming an awful lot, too. i love that movie