MOVIES I’LL ALWAYS WATCH IF THEY’RE ON TV

  1. Shawshank Redemption
    Even though it's on ALL the time
  2. The Royal Tenenbaums
    We're all dead. Burned to a crisp
  3. Zoolander
    IN the computer
  4. Kill Bill vol.'s I & II
    I'm not as taken with women's feet as QT, but his style auteur is so unique, and he is so great at telling stories.
  5. Behind Enemy Lines
    Not a lot of dialogue and the cinematography is great. Owen Wilson's only credible dramatic role
  6. Punch Drunk Love
    I'd say 'that's that,' mattress man
  7. There Will be Blood
    PT Anderson's master work.
  8. The Jungle Book
    The old cartoon, nothing else
  9. Oh Brother, Where Art Thou
    One of the greatest and most under-appreciated movies of all time
  10. Miracle
    Herb Brooks became everyone's hero/ideal coach. I had tough coaches that took from his style. My son's teams that I coach will be treated similarly.
  11. The Punisher
    Thomas Jane one, nothing else
  12. The Postman
    Terrible, terrible movie. Guilty pleasure. Cameo by Tom Petty
  13. The Blues Brothers
  14. Life Aquatic with Steve Zissiou
    Fucking amateurs. You forgot your dog!
  15. Any of the Josey Wales/Wandering Stranger movies
    Clint Eastwood to me isn't Harry. He's the guy with a cigar in his mouth, squinting at who ever is talking, dragging a finger over the handle of his six shooter
  16. Inglorious Basterds
    Fuck. A. Duck
  17. Young Frankenstein
    Well they were wrong then, weren't they?
  18. Blazing Saddles
    3 is my limit on schnitzengrubben
  19. Nacho Libre
    Under-rated. Truly, truly under-rated
  20. The Sandlot
    Forever. For-ever. Forrreeevvvverrrrr
  21. Ghost Dog
    Jim Jarmusch film where Forrest Whitaker plays a samurai hitman in New York. Not a comedy
  22. Ace Ventura
    The second one is not as good as I once thought. Definitely the first film only. I'd change the channel at the second commercial break of the second
  23. Saving Private Ryan
    Even though it's super long, I sit through it every time. Talks about fear in a very understandable yet gut wrenching way