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All Time Repeat Watches

These are the movies which I can watch again and again till death do us part!

Created by Dipanjan Banerjee

The first in the Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy. This is mainly the setup of the next two magnum opus to follow. The theme - FEAR.

The game changing movie which makes this series legendary. And Heath Ledger redefines the meaning of the word Evil. The theme - CHAOS.

The movie that closes of the Dark Knight Trilogy in an ecstatic high and sets an unbeatable benchmark for any new Batman franchise to take up the mantle. The theme - PAIN.

The memorable story of the Von Trapp family in a small Austrian town Edelweiss under the clutches of the Nazis. Movies don't get more beautiful than this.

An Amitabh Bachchan classic. Thought this was not a hit when it released but it did go about to win a national award later. An absolutely lifetime performance of Mr. Bachchan as the unforgettable Vijay Dinanath Chauhan.

Steven Spielberg's adorable look at life from outer space and the bond with a little boy from a small town in America. An amazing fantasy which I have grown up with .

John Travolta and Hugh Jackman in a battle of wits over the digital crime environment. This movie is wicked and menacing. An absolute roller coaster of a ride.

An inspiring story about a football team coach and the vision of Nelso Mandela. Morgan Freeman as Nelso Mandela is the best rendition I have seen so far. And as usual Matt Daemon complements the movie with his excellent acting skills.

A classic love story that goes beyond the concept of "till death do us part". This one makes me feel like falling in love over and over again.

Being a sucker for movies from the WWII era, this one takes my breath away all the time. With the stellar starcast this one gets place in my list forever.

A gangster classic. Robert De Niro plays Al Capone and Kevin Costner and team is in the pursuit of getting him behind bars. Sean Connery and young Andy Garcia joins in making this a movie with an attitude. This is the movie that has the unforgettable "Staircase Scene".

An Al Pacino class where he brings alive the character of Tony Montana. You simply cannot call yourself a gangster movie buff if you haven't seen this one.

The movie that made Sylvester Stallone the God of action heroes. Unarmed combat and survival under extreme conditions is what makes this movie the best in the Rambo series.

The jewel in the crown of all gangster movies. This was one movie where it equals the marvel of the book. Mario Puzo's Godfather comes alive in a larger than life screen adaptation. The first of the saga that traverses through Vito Corleone's (Brando) time as the head of the Corleone family and Michael Corleone's rise to power.

The second part in the "Godfather" saga that takes the viewer through the consolidation of Michael Corleone's empire in present and that of his father Vito's in flashback. Robert De Niro takes the mantle of playing young Vito Corleone.

The last of the Godfather saga. Michael Corleone is old and still attempts to legitimize the Corleone family. Unfortunately, circumstances "suck him back" into crime and he finds his successor in Andy Garcia.

A classic Sphagetti western with Clint Eastwood playing what he plays best, the man with no name. His rasping dialogues and stone cold eyes are still believed to be doing the magic.

Out of the world espionage movie. This one takes the word intelligence to a whole new level. And, Robert Redford rocks in every sense.

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