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badrich81
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Rock n Rolla
Buz
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The greatest movie ever filmed....

National Lampoon's Animal House




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The Godfather 1 and 2.
Almost Famous


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Lord of the Rings 1+2+3
Star Wars episode 4+5+6
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The funniest film ever ..... Closely followed by the Godfather and Pulp Fiction
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I always enjoy watch O' Brother Where art Thou.
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At the risk of sounding like a luntic ...

~300 times:
Star Wars ep IV

~200 times
Star Wars Ep V & VI,
Jaws
Raiders of the lost Ark
The Cannonball Run

~100 times
Where Eagles Dare
Battle Beyond the Stars
The Thing

~50 times
Magnum Force
Day of the Dead
Die Hard
The Terminator

Then there's the more recent movies, which tend to all be somewhere 10-20 times each like:
The Matrix
The Hills Have Eyes (remake)
Star Wars ep 1-3

But the list would be huge if I really thought about it. There are many, many films I have seen more than 5 times.
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Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 1:38:28 AM

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paul_moadib wrote:
At the risk of sounding like a luntic ...

~300 times:
Star Wars ep IV

~200 times
Star Wars Ep V & VI,
Jaws
Raiders of the lost Ark
The Cannonball Run

~100 times
Where Eagles Dare
Battle Beyond the Stars
The Thing

~50 times
Magnum Force
Day of the Dead
Die Hard
The Terminator

Then there's the more recent movies, which tend to all be somewhere 10-20 times each like:
The Matrix
The Hills Have Eyes (remake)
Star Wars ep 1-3

But the list would be huge if I really thought about it. There are many, many films I have seen more than 5 times.


You made me laugh, how do you remember how many times you have a watched a film, do you have a book, adding a mark each time a film is watched.

You are a Star Wars geek! It says so here Read it
Boombabong
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Gladiator for me...
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Man in the Iron Mask
Conair
The Rock

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Not my favorite, but was my kids'. "Jonah" (veggie tales)
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The Lion King, The Matrix Reloaded, and Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie. (the last show much of a nerd I am, but they don't call it nostalgia for nothing).
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The Goonies
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The Wall
Probably watched it five or six times in a few days before I really understood it
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'Raiders of the Lost Ark' - my oldest son and I saw it 63 times in a row, After the about the 20th time the owner let us in for free. When this film is on you don't want to be in the same room as us. We turn the sound off and do the dialogue d'oh!


"You want to talk to God? Let's go see him together, I've got nothing better to do."

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HotBttmInBriefs
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:32:55 PM

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Buz wrote:
The greatest movie ever filmed....

National Lampoon's Animal House




I love that movie. I have seen it a lot too.

National Lampoon has had some good movies over the years but none of them have ever lived up to Animal House.

HotBttmInBriefs
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:38:10 PM

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A few others that I remembered I have watched a lot are: Deliverance, Dances with Wolves, Braveheart, The Untouchables, The Manchurian Candidate (original), the Porkys movies esp. #1, The Searchers, Phantom of the Opera, and maybe a few more.

I like to watch new movies too and check them out, but I tend to watch some that I really like often. I watch more movies than I do TV.

Mekhala
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I Am Legend
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Posted: Saturday, February 15, 2014 3:26:24 AM

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Anastasia111 wrote:


You made me laugh, how do you remember how many times you have a watched a film, do you have a book, adding a mark each time a film is watched.

You are a Star Wars geek! It says so here Read it


It's not that I remember, I calculate.
ColletteXx
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O Brother Where Art Thou is my fave, probably seen that about a dozen times.
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Dr Strangelove at least 50 times. Every scene is a classic vignette that stands on it's own.
Mysteria27
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I have quite a few:

1. All the Twilight movies
2. Gone With The Wind
3. Steel Magnolia's
4. Jerry McGuire
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back to the future trilogy. love those movies. at one point i was watching them once a month.
aking9999
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the first is Zulu Love the movie
then " Lawrence of Arabia,
anything from Steven Segal,
Nicholas Cage,
Sean Connery

Nikki703
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 8:17:46 AM

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Not Really Sure.

I know I have watched all these a lot

Caddyshack
Animal House
Dirty Harry (including all sequels)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Stripes
A Christmas Carol (1951 version)
Elf
African Queen
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Goodfellas
The Godfather

Who really knows!
clum
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 8:26:46 AM

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The Sword In The Stone.



She Just Wants To Be

Third place entry in the Toy With Me competition.
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The life of Brian
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
The Exorcist
Carl_H
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 11:51:22 AM

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Its Got to be Batman trilogy with The Fast & Furious films a close second :)

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13th Warrior with Antonio Banderas. Love it!
Gladiator, Band of Brothers series, The Princess Bride (hilarious), Holy Grail, Boondock Saints. I could only have these movies and be just fine
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