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Steven Spielberg calls the one movie he’s made that he thinks is “perfect.”

Even Steven Spielberg has to admit that one of his movies is “pretty perfect.”

The director has made 34 films since 1971, many of which are considered classics. These include Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind And Raiders of the Lost Ark.

However, Spielberg says he finds it hard to rewatch his movies — but there’s one he’s reviewed that he knows is undeniably excellent.

“I don’t watch my films much after I make them,” he said The Late Show with Stephen Colbertadding, “I don’t look back often, but once in a while I watch a movie with my kids.”

He explained that he “wanted to comfort my children when they watched ET for the first time”, adding: “I don’t want them to see it ET without Dad being there – especially with the scary bits at the beginning.”

While Spielberg would otherwise find the experience of re-watching one of his films a grueling one, he really enjoys watching the 1982 film back, fully titled ET: The alien.

“Sometimes I see things I intended to do that I didn’t, and sometimes I see things that would have been a better idea than what I see now all these years later — but for the most part, ET is a pretty perfect movie,” he said.

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He continued, “It’s one of the few movies I’ve made that I can look back at over and over again.”

The filmmaker revealed that he’s “made only a handful of movies that I get to watch more than once.”

“I’ve done about 34 movies and – I’m not going to name which ones ET – there are about five or six movies I can rewatch, but I usually don’t.

‘ET: The Extra-Terrestrial’ (Universal Pictures)

Spielberg’s other acclaimed credits include Jurassic Park, Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report, AI: artificial intelligence, Catch me if you can and, most recently, The Fables.

For The Fables, which is nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, received his seventh Best Director nomination. He has previously won twice, before Schindler’s List And Saving Private Ryan in 1994 and 1999 respectively.

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