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'When Harry Met Sally', 'Titanic', 'Pretty Woman' or Toy Story'? We take a look at the movies we love to see over and over and discover which films our Heart presenters would take to a desert island...
Buddy (Will Ferrell ) and Santa Claus (Ed Asner) star in this heart-warming Christmas classic that the whole family love. Jon Favreau's festive comedy stars funny man Will Ferrell and Zooey Deschanel help spread the Christmas cheer and never fail to put a smile on all our faces.
Heart's Roberto simply loves this film: "I watch 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' – random, I know, but can I watch it any time of year and just puts a smile on my face, simple."
Touching millions of generations this family classic by director Steven Spielberg follows the story of a little boy who befriends a alien who is stranded on Earth. The film is one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. Did you know, E.T. was voiced by women despite the fact that the funny looking alien is neither male or female.
When a loving but somewhat useless father is prevented from seeing his children following a divorce, he decides to dress up in disguise as a Scottish housekeeper in order to see more of his kids. The results are both hilarious and heartwarming. Picture: PA
Heart's Matt Wilkinson and JK simply love this film - but for different reasons! JK: "I watch 'Back To The Future' again and again because it reminds me of growing up and I always wanted to be Michael J Fox because he was short too. Matt Wilkinson: "Every time I watch it I notice another little detail, and it's the details that make it a great film. That and I love screaming the line '1.21 jigawatts!'in unison with the Doc".
This friendship between a man and a woman played by Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan never ages. It's romantic, it's funny and has a stunning New York City in the background. What's not to like? Picture: Photoshot
A family fun-packed film with lots of emotion. No wonder it's Heart's Lucy Horobin's favourite film to watch over and over. The great animation, the laughs and the touchy moments. Who doesn't love 'Toy Story'?
Tim Burton's angsty and quirky tale of a young guy with scissors for hands. Funny, sweet and it stars Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder who keep us coming back again and again.
Top Gun is an 80s classic. It made Tom Cruise a super star and had all the right ingredients to make it stand the test of time: ambition, friendship, love, loss and hot actors!
It doesn't matter how many times you watch 'Titanic', it'll always make you cry! Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio became huge stars after starring in this love story based on the sinking of the Titanic ship.
As the title suggests, this is a true tale of redemption that no matter how many times you watch this film, it will always move you and fill your heart with hope.
This film starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson truly embodied the 60s generation and it's become a on the road cult classic that many enjoy watching over and over.
American high school, girls' clique, fights over boys and catty one liners: just a few reasons why if you've seen 'Mean Girls' once you'll want to watch it many more times. Picture: Facebook
'Here's Johnny!' - who can forget those terrifying words delivered by Jack Torrance, played by Jack Nicholson? It doesn't matter how many times you watch 'The Shining', it'll always make you jump. No wonder we love being spooked by the Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece.
An adorable puppy, Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson. A mix of laughs, tears and cuteness.
Sting, Leslie Ash and Paul Daniels starred in this cult film about the Mods in the 60s. A coming of age and the beginning of a new era. A film that can be watched back to back without ever getting boring.
The stylish backdrop, the cliff hangers, the soundtrack and the one liners: 'Pulp Fiction' one of the all time greats we will always return to.
A family of animated superheroes, a power mum and the double entendre jokes: this is a real feel good film for the whole family and a movie you'll always want to hunker down to.
This coming of age tale ticks all the boxes: music, dance moves, summer holidays, first experiences, jokes and tender moments. And remember, 'No body puts baby in the corner'.
This animated film about a widowed guppy searching for his lost son with the help of that forgetful fellow piscine is beautiful and heart-warming. A movie you simply can't watch just once. Picture: Facebook
modern My Fair Lady and feel good tale, plenty of giggles, lots of shopping and a happy ending. Plus it stars Julia Roberts and Richard Gere!
Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams star in this unforgettable romantic drama that will have you reach for the tissues.
This hilarious tale of a boy who is accidentally left behind when his parents go on holiday for Christmas has had kids and grown ups in stitches since it came out in 1990.
John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John star in this all singing, all dancing high school love story set in the late 50s. One of the most successful films of all times still popular with people of all ages. Picture: Photoshot