A movie I watch over and over still see something new is "Grumpy Old Men". I love the first one the best, and enjoy the sequel too. Always enjoy watching "South Pacific".
My mother likes 'Grumpy Old Men", too. BTW I mean the movie not my dad(My dad can be grumpy at times).
I seen "South Pacific" only once. I didn't like it , but again I was in high school when I saw it. I mean I saw it in a high school. Once a month the school would show a movie in the auditorium after lunch. I should've stayed in class and played cards.
"High Fidelity," "Gosford Park," and "The Royal Tenenbaums."
All good movies. I have two friends who would argue over "The Royal Tenebaums". It was hilarious because their arguing kept right on going when "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" came out.
And, for what it's worth, I hated "Napolean Dynamite" on my first viewing, too...and I still do.
I liked it after a few viewings. But nowhere near what others do.