Janet just posted a lovely list of the top five movies she never gets sick of. I, too, love to watch some movies over. And over. And over. I probably have even more than five, but I'll try to just select my top five. Matt's lucky in that I often wait until he's not around to rewatch most of these.
1. Ten Things I Hate about You
One of the few movies I saw in the theater twice. Every time I see it, I'm reminded of high school. The movie was filmed in Seattle, and a high school friend is even in the credits. His name is Eric, and he's the guy pushing the AV cart at the beginning of the movie.
2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
So sad. So beautiful.
3. Life as a House
Another sad movie. But also full of hope and optimism for better relationships and healing some day.
4. When Harry Met Sally
Is there a person out there who can't find at least one Meg Ryan movie they like? This one is full of good humor along with a long timeline of trendy female haircuts. I also really love the fall leaves in many of the scenes.
5. Boondock Saints
Irish vigilantes, hot accents, and beautiful views of Boston.