Five movies I can watch over and over. As in, I can watch it and immediately restart it to watch again. (Which is why Pride and Prejudice doesn't make the cut. Six hours is enough for one day. But twelve?)
- Twice Upon a Time - a movie from the 90s where Beth Sager (Molly Ringwald) finds herself in a parallel universe where salads are fattening, cars have 8-tracks and microwaves, and she's married to an ex-boyfriend. It's just awesome. Also, I like George Newbern, who plays her 'real' boyfriend. And Molly sings jazz. Need I say more? Too bad it's not on DVD yet...
- Beauty and the Beast - from the Cannon fairy tale series starring Rebecca De Mornay and John Savage (heh). This is the version that I watched when I was younger before the Disney version (which I also love) came out. I love just about every incarnation of the Beauty and the Beast/Psyche story, and something about the nostalgia and music and charm of this one just doesn't get old.
- Fellowship of the Ring - along with The Sorcerer's Stone, this was one of a very small collection of DVDs I owned when my first daughter, Sarah, was a baby. I had one or the other constantly in the DVD player to get me through nursing all hours of the day and night. Still love it.
- How to Steal a Million - How can you help but love a classic? I think if I'd been born in the 50s, I'd have had a crush on Peter O'Toole. I'm not sure I don't anyway.
- Twilight - You knew it was going to be on here, right? I have seen it three times in the theater so far, and it hasn't gotten old yet. It is supposed to be released on DVD around Valentine's Day. Awww!