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The Movies People Love To Watch Over And Over Again

Classics and cult favorites people can never get enough of.

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Ever since the technology for the creation and widespread distribution of moving pictures was developed, people have enjoyed the art form.

Almost every cinephile has a list of films they've watched over and over again.

Some offer comfort as they evoke fond memories, some are classic films or cult favorites while some are just a fun way to spend time.

George Takei decided to ask people what films they'll never tire of.

Here are some of their answers.

The Wizard of Oz

The Shawshank Redemption

Harold And Maude

The Matrix

It's A Wonderful Life

The Sound of Music

Withnail And I

The African Queen

The Blues Brothers

The Color Purple

Wayne's World

Pride And Prejudice (2005)


Roundhay Garden Scene (1888)

...and of course...

Star Trek

Star Trek: Wrath of Khan


In 2017, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) recorded 268,246 feature films since 1888.

Many early films have been lost before they could be preserved or discarded.

Though the exact number globally isn't known, it has been estimated at least 500,000 movies— narrative fiction, feature-length, theatrical films—currently exist.

That's a lot to choose from.

So did your go-to film make the list?