Do Tell: Which movies do you never tire of?

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I may have had the shortest Christmas break of my life this past weekend, but that did not stop me from squeezing in a few hours to watch some of my favorite holiday movies—Home Alone and Elf, anyone? This got me thinking about the movies that I’ve watched at least a dozen times, but never tire of. You know, the ones that are played on cable every other week, yet still manage to pull you in. Which movies can you watch over and over? A few of my favorites are Auntie Mame, The Devil Wears Prada, Clueless, Mermaids, and Hitch. No matter how many times I’ve watched them, I am always happy to watch them again!

 

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19 thoughts on “Do Tell: Which movies do you never tire of?

  1. So many…but a few that I also watched over the holidays were Under the Tuscan sun, family watches Home alone, Somethings gotta give, Midnight in Paris, The horse Whisperer, The Notebook, The devil wears Prada, The last holiday, Baby boom, Its complicated, Kramer vs. Kramer, I could go on and on, and will check back to see what everyone else writes…..its fun to rediscover some oldies but goodies!

  2. Great question! I can always watch Bridget Jones’ Diary, You’ve Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle… and Sound of Music! Of course, if Rudy is on, I have to watch it — I am a Notre Dame girl :)

  3. Un film que j’ai aimé regardé plusieurs fois est “Harem”…
    A l’aube de cette nouvelle année, je vous renouvelle tous mes voeux afin que tout soit possible y compris le bonheur.
    Gros bisous

  4. My favourite holiday movies are Love Actually and The Holiday. A couple other movies I never get tired of are: The Winslow Boy, Enigma and The Ideal Husband.

  5. La Boum 2. I love it. Watched it first at age 14 and countless times since. It is one of those films that grow with you, and different aspects become more or less important each time. It is also the only DVD I ever bought for myself.

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