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The Video Shelf Challenge - JediCole

Hello Geekdom!
JediCole here with a little something I like to call the Video Shelf Challenge. Video Shelf because that is the source of the list that follows and Challenge because I am challenging my co-hosts and our website contributors to share a similar list. And that list is...the top 100 movies each of us has on video (VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray) that we would watch daily if we could.
What prompted this was reflecting on how my friend Steve used to marvel at mine and Mrs. JediCole's video collection. It was the diversity of taste that it reflected that had him in such a state. How could the same people have both Reversal of Fortune and Pee Wee's Big Adventure on the same shelves?! 2001: A Space Odessey and Henry V sharing space with the likes of Amazon Women on the Moon and Mallrats was just too much for him to fathom. It occured to me that e say a lot about ourselves by the movies that we love enough to own and watch again and again. While our video collection is roughly twice the titles listed below (if you count strictly movies) I am limiting the list to my personal 100 favorites. So you may notice some film series are not complete.
For my colleagues here are the rules: List 100 movies that you love to watch again and again...movies only, not television shows. By movies I mean a film that had a theatrical release. I know you all have plenty in mind. You don't necessarily have to own a copy on home video media for it to qualify. My list is in no particular order because it gets terribly tricky to work out favorites. I recommend this technique as it saves a lot of time. Typing out 100 titles is time consuming enough.

So now you can behold...JediCole's 100 Favorites from the video shelves:
Duck Soup
Ed Wood
Kung Fu Hustle
Clerks
Jurassic Park
Sling Blade
The Thin Man
Unbreakable
What's Up Tiger Lilly
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
A Clockwork Orange
Big Fish
Top Secret
Being John Malcovitch
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
The Big Chill
AI: Artificial Intellegence
Mystery Men
Dr. Strangelove
Rosencranz and Gildenstern Are Dead
Batman Begins
The Seven Samurai
Dogma
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
X-Men
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
The Empire Strikes Back
Napoleon Dynamite
Terminator 2
Destroy All Monsters
Richard III (1995)
The Kentucky Fried Movie
300
Freaks
Mallrats
Shrek
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Watchmen
Star Wars (A New Hope)
Young Frankenstein
Pirates of the Carribian: Dead Man's Chest
Galaxy Quest
Buckaroo Banzai
A History of Violence
Free Enterprise
Signs
The Name of the Rose
Hairspray (2007)
Pulp Fiction
Goodfellas
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Pee Wee's Big Adventure
Caddyshack
Snatch
The Elephant Man
Live and Let Die
Trekkies
Hellboy
Apollo 13
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Empire of the Sun
Clerks II
Pirates of the Carribian: Curse of the Black Pearl
Batman the Movie
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Henry V (1989)
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
The Village
Sanjuro
The Sixth Sense
Fletch
Batman Returns
Airplane!
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Dark Knight
Trekkies 2
Return of the Jedi
Gorky Park
Aliens
Fargo
Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
Excalibur
A Mighty Wind
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Best in Show
Sin City
The Birdcage
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Spider-Man
Blazing Saddles
Alien
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn
Iron Man
Batman
Star Trek (2009)
The Aadams Family
Jurassic Park III
Pirates of the Carribian: At World's End
Austin Powers
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