Movies you've seen the most often.

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  • BLACK35BLACK35 Hanover, Ontario Posts: 19,294
    Dumb & Dumber (the original) atleast 150 times. I think it over 200 lol
    2005 - London
    2009 - Toronto
    2010 - Buffalo
    2011 - Toronto 1&2
    2013 - London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
    2014 - Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit
    2016 - Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Ottawa, Toronto 1
  • bootlegger10bootlegger10 Posts: 9,474
    I've seen Pulp Fiction, at the very least, 100 times.
    Clerks is probably close to that.
    Field of Dreams probably somewhere between 50-75 times
    Tron is at least in the 20s
    Inglourious Basterds about a dozen times.
    Back to the Future trilogy
    The Wizard of Oz
    Mallrats
    Chasing Amy
    Gremlins
    Robin Hood: Men In Tights
    A fucking Christmas Story (not by choice)
    The first 3 Die Hard movies
    Lethal Weapon
    Batman (w/Michael Keaton)
    The Ghost and The Darkness
    The Saint
    Pan's Labyrinth
    Forrest Gump
    Home Alone
    The first four Rocky movies


    How do you have so much free time?
  • BLACK35 said:
    Dumb & Dumber (the original) atleast 150 times. I think it over 200 lol
    "Sooooooooo you're sayin' there's a chance!"

    lol
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • curmudgeonesscurmudgeoness San DiegoPosts: 2,004
    I saw Heathers and sex, lies and videotape 3X each in the theater; those are the only movies I've paid to see more than once.

    Fast Times, like the rest of you
    Ten Things I Hate About You
    Clueless (yes, I am female, and yes, I adore Paul Rudd)
    Pretty much every Jane Austen movie adaptation -- those got me through too many East Coast winters: Both versions of Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightley and the big BBC production with Colin Firth, both versions of Persuasion, all 83 versions of Emma, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park....
    Clerks
    Groundhog Day
    Fargo
    The Big Lebowski
    Oh Brother Where Art Thou
    Rear Window
    The Philadelphia Story (I think I've memorized it)
    Libeled Lady
    All of the Thin Man movies
    Vertigo
    To Catch a Thief
    Bringing Up Baby
    My Man Godfrey
    The Graduate
    The Breakfast Club
    Say Anything
    Grosse Pointe Blank

    It's not a movie, but I've watched The Wire, start to finish, four times. It gets better each time.

    All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation ought to know that war is the surest and shortest means to accomplish it.
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 18,261
    It's not a movie, but I've watched The Wire, start to finish, four times. It gets better each time.

    I've done the same with Six Feet Under and the Sopranos :)
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 9,730
    edited August 8
    Damn, y'all are posting others I should add to my list:

    12 Monkeys
    Fletch
    Wedding Crashers
    Slap Shot
    Boogie Nights
    The Maltese Falcon
    Grosse Pointe Blank

    Kid movies:

    Rio
    Finding Nemo
    Finding Dory
    Frozen
    Inside Out
    The Peanuts Movie
    Charlotte's Web 
    (2006)
    Moana

    Also, I neglected the following films:

    The Spanish Prisoner
    Shoot the Piano Player
    The Outlaw Josey Wales
    Barton Fink
    Donnie Darko
    The Outsiders
    The Secret Garden
    (1993)
    The Muppet Movie
    Citizen Kane

    Inherent Vice
    The Way Way Back
    Superbad
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    Buffalo '66
    House of Games
    The Third Man
    Harold and Maude
    Apocalypse Now
    Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle

    Little Miss Sunshine
    Knocked Up
    Kids
    See the Sea
    Touch of Evil
    Nobody Loves Me

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  • nittanysurfernittanysurfer Philadelphia, PAPosts: 49
    Jaws
    Dumb and Dumber
    Slap Shot
    Youngblood
    North Shore
    Point Break (original) 
    Anchor Man
    Shaun of the Dead
    Step Brothers
    Ghostbusters
    Happy Gilmore
    Old School
    Caddyshack
    Shawshank
    The Godfather
    Fight Club
    The Green Mile
    Back to the Future
    The Shining
    Three Amigos
    To Kill A Mockingbird
    Die Hard
    Some Like it Hot
    Nacho Libre 
    Dodgeball
    Close Encounters
    Star Wars Episode IV
    Stripes
    I Love You, Man

    I'll ride the wave where it takes me...
    Camden, '98
    Camden, '00
    Philadelphia, State College, '03
    Camden, '06
    Philadelphia, '09
    Philadelphia, '13
    Philadelphia, '16


  • Oh crap.

    There is more.

    Platoon
    Jaws
    Full Metal Jacket
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • curmudgeonesscurmudgeoness San DiegoPosts: 2,004
    Oh, yeah, I've seen I Love You, Man and Forgetting Sarah Marshall many times, thanks to their constant presence on TV; oh, and Old School. We can watch Old School three nights in a row, and my husband will giggle at the same spots each time.
    All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation ought to know that war is the surest and shortest means to accomplish it.
  • RogueStonerRogueStoner Hell, AZPosts: 1,050
    Love this thread! Reminds me of so many movies I want to see again. 

    Remembered a few more to add to my earlier list...
    I love you man
    Knocked up
    Harold and Kumar
    Superbad
    Little miss sunshine
    10 things I hate about you
    Good morning Vietnam 
    RV (I love Robin Williams)

    I know I'll get a lot of grief for this one, but I did see Titanic in the theater like 10 times. The first time was when it first came out. My boyfriend and I had split up and were trying to reconcile so we had a movie date. At the scene where Rose lets go of Jack, I bawled and realized I didn't want to let go. We got back together. The other 9 times were at the cheap theater. Dark, almost empty...great makeout spot. 

    I also went to a drive in to see The Crow three times with one guy. Still have never seen the movie. Sometimes the conversation is just too good. 



  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 9,417
    Love this thread! Reminds me of so many movies I want to see again. 

    Remembered a few more to add to my earlier list...
    I love you man
    Knocked up
    Harold and Kumar
    Superbad
    Little miss sunshine
    10 things I hate about you
    Good morning Vietnam 
    RV (I love Robin Williams)

    I know I'll get a lot of grief for this one, but I did see Titanic in the theater like 10 times. The first time was when it first came out. My boyfriend and I had split up and were trying to reconcile so we had a movie date. At the scene where Rose lets go of Jack, I bawled and realized I didn't want to let go. We got back together. The other 9 times were at the cheap theater. Dark, almost empty...great makeout spot. 

    I also went to a drive in to see The Crow three times with one guy. Still have never seen the movie. Sometimes the conversation is just too good. 



    I keep seeing Superbad and Dodgeball on lists.  Those two movies crack me up something fierce.  I also love the American pie movies I actually laughed harder at the second one.  
  • RogueStonerRogueStoner Hell, AZPosts: 1,050
    I keep seeing Superbad and Dodgeball on lists.  Those two movies crack me up something fierce.  I also love the American pie movies I actually laughed harder at the second one.  
    This one time, in band camp...  :lol:
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,795

    It's not a movie, but I've watched The Wire, start to finish, four times. It gets better each time.

    Yes!! The Wire is the best show ever. I too have been through it 4 times. It's been a few years again, so it's time :)
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,795
    Nostalgia time!

    Easily more than 10 list:
    Indiana Jones (the first 3)
    Star Wars Trilogy (original)
    The man with no name trilogy (Clint Eastwood)
    Pulp Fiction
    Seven
    Breakfast Club
    National Lampoons Christmas
    Mad Max: The Road Warrior
    Batman
    The Goonies
    Home Alone


    5 timers club:
    Ghostbusters
    Beverly Hills Cop
    National Lampoons Vacation
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    The Great Outdoors
    Back to the Future
    Terminator
    T2
    The Usual Suspects
    Jaws
    The Lost Boys
    Bullitt
    Gremlins
    Transforners The Movie (Cartoon - and only good version)
    Tremors
    Dazed and Confused
    From Dusk till Dawn
    Scream
    Speed
    Die Hard (1 - 3)
    Dirty Harry
    James Bond Movies 
    (anything with Connery or Moore)
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,795
    Aww snap! Can't believe I forgot The Hunt for Red October. I love that movie.
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 18,261
    Dammit, the Harold & Maude mention!  Don't know how many times I've seen it and swooned over the plucky Ms. Gordon, not to mention the soundtrack.  Cemented my love of Cat.

    Forgot to mention Gran Torino as well.

    Wob, where are you?!
    =)
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,795
    Some more as I'm thinking about it:
    Police Academy (seemed like they were always on TV)
    Mr. Mom
    Honey I Shrunk the Kids
    Summer School
    Ferris Bueller
    Ski Patrol
    Clue (F-ing loved this  movie as a kid! Tim Curry is hilarious)

    Living out in the sticks as a kid and only getting the big 2 networks (ABC & CBS), an average reception UPN/WB/CW and occasionally a snowy NBC and Fox, really made me appreciate the Saturday and Sunday night movie and the double feature Saturday and Sunday afternoon movies on the competing networks. I think it was ABC that also always aired a Disney movie on Sundays so I saw the Shaggy Dog a lot!)
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • BLACK35BLACK35 Hanover, Ontario Posts: 19,294
    tbergs said:
    Some more as I'm thinking about it:
    Police Academy (seemed like they were always on TV)
    Mr. Mom
    Honey I Shrunk the Kids
    Summer School
    Ferris Bueller
    Ski Patrol
    Clue (F-ing loved this  movie as a kid! Tim Curry is hilarious)

    Living out in the sticks as a kid and only getting the big 2 networks (ABC & CBS), an average reception UPN/WB/CW and occasionally a snowy NBC and Fox, really made me appreciate the Saturday and Sunday night movie and the double feature Saturday and Sunday afternoon movies on the competing networks. I think it was ABC that also always aired a Disney movie on Sundays so I saw the Shaggy Dog a lot!)
    Forgot all about Summer School. That was an awesome movie, the summer it came out on VHS lol, I think we watched it atleast twice aw week. Loved Chainswa & Dave. In high school I actually did a report like they did when they stood up in front of class explaining the favourite horror movie. I did the very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very.....etc in my speech. The class got a kick out of it, the teacher not so much. I told him there was over 500 words in the speech and he could count if he wanted. Let's just say I failed that part lol
    2005 - London
    2009 - Toronto
    2010 - Buffalo
    2011 - Toronto 1&2
    2013 - London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
    2014 - Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit
    2016 - Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Ottawa, Toronto 1
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 9,233
    I've seen Pulp Fiction, at the very least, 100 times.
    Clerks is probably close to that.
    Field of Dreams probably somewhere between 50-75 times
    Tron is at least in the 20s
    Inglourious Basterds about a dozen times.
    Back to the Future trilogy
    The Wizard of Oz
    Mallrats
    Chasing Amy
    Gremlins
    Robin Hood: Men In Tights
    A fucking Christmas Story (not by choice)
    The first 3 Die Hard movies
    Lethal Weapon
    Batman (w/Michael Keaton)
    The Ghost and The Darkness
    The Saint
    Pan's Labyrinth
    Forrest Gump
    Home Alone
    The first four Rocky movies


    How do you have so much free time?
    Very few of these came out before I was a legal adult. ;)
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 9,233
    And when I was a teenager, I wasn't into going out and partying.  On a Friday or Saturday night, I either went to the theatre or a rental place. And I had a Columbia House video club membership.
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 9,417
    And when I was a teenager, I wasn't into going out and partying.  On a Friday or Saturday night, I either went to the theatre or a rental place. And I had a Columbia House video club membership.
    Now he likes to "party all the time, party all the time, party all the tiiiiiiiiiimme"
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 9,233
    And when I was a teenager, I wasn't into going out and partying.  On a Friday or Saturday night, I either went to the theatre or a rental place. And I had a Columbia House video club membership.
    Now he likes to "party all the time, party all the time, party all the tiiiiiiiiiimme"

  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 9,417
    And when I was a teenager, I wasn't into going out and partying.  On a Friday or Saturday night, I either went to the theatre or a rental place. And I had a Columbia House video club membership.
    Now he likes to "party all the time, party all the time, party all the tiiiiiiiiiimme"

    OMG you got the reference!!!  Love it hahahahahahahahah!!! :blush:
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 37,148
    Most of them come from when I was a kid, when I was a lot more eager to watch the same movie 30 times, lol, but a few came along a bit later:

    Revenge of the Nerds
    Stand By Me
    Grease
    Weird Science
    The Indiana Jones Trilogy
    Rocky I - iV
    Howard the Duck :lol:
    Police Academy
    Rambo: First Blood
    Schindler's List
    Gladiator
    Braveheart
    American Psycho
    The Goonies
    Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
    Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2
    Contact (because it's constantly on TV, lol)
    Say Anything
    Better Off Dead
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    E.T.
    Last Night (1998)
    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
    Field of Dreams
    Lucas
    The Lost Boys
    Flatliners
    Silence of the Lambs
    The Bridges of Madison County
    With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. ~ Desiderata
  • PJ_Soul said:
    Most of them come from when I was a kid, when I was a lot more eager to watch the same movie 30 times, lol, but a few came along a bit later:

    Revenge of the Nerds
    Stand By Me
    Grease
    Weird Science
    The Indiana Jones Trilogy
    Rocky I - iV
    Howard the Duck :lol:
    Police Academy
    Rambo: First Blood
    Schindler's List
    Gladiator
    Braveheart
    American Psycho
    The Goonies
    Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
    Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2
    Contact (because it's constantly on TV, lol)
    Say Anything
    Better Off Dead
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    E.T.
    Last Night (1998)
    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
    Field of Dreams
    Lucas
    The Lost Boys
    Flatliners
    Silence of the Lambs
    The Bridges of Madison County
    Revenge of the Nerds.

    I called the guys on my college basketball team nerd names from this show: Gilbert, Lewis, Poindexter, Booger...

    Good times.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 20,948
    "Interstellar", even as long as it is, is worthy of multiple views.  Only two so far that that number will increase for me, for sure!
    We're living on the edge of something big. It's a fantastic time in history to be alive.
    AMT, 1.25.15, 00:36 hrs.
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,795
    brianlux said:
    "Interstellar", even as long as it is, is worthy of multiple views.  Only two so far that that number will increase for me, for sure!
    Definitely. My wife and I rented it twice and have since watched it again. Great movie!
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • No CoderNo Coder Brisbane Posts: 649

    Shawshank Redemption

    Braveheart

    Gladiator

    Sound of Music

    ET

    The Last Samurai

    Glory

    Donnie Brasco

    Casino

    Shooter

    Ferris Bueller

    Rounders

    I'm a sucker for sports movies -

    He Got Game

    Remember the Titans

    Field Of Dreams

    Coach Carter

    Blindside

    Rocky movies

    Hoosiers




    I'll ride the wave where it takes me

    *BEC, Brisbane, March 1995
    *BEC, Brisbane, March 1998
    *BEC, Brisbane, November 2006
    *QSAC, Brisbane November 2009
    *EV Solo, QPAC, Brisbane March 10 and 12 2011
    *Big Day Out, Gold Coast, 19 Jan 2014
    *EV Solo, QPAC, Brisbane, 22,23 & 25 Feb 2014
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 9,730
    You people.

    Adding to list:

    Brazil
    Dodgeball

    Overboard
    Die Hard
    Gremlins
    A Christmas Story
    Scrooged

    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
    Pink Flamingos
    Clue
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    The Breakfast Club
    Better Off Dead
    Bachelor Party
    Reservoir Dogs

    El Topo
    Halloween
    Friday the 13th (1980)
    Friday the 13th Part 2
    Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
    Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
    Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood
    A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
    The Exorcist
    Mr. Mom
    The Paper
    Police Academy
    Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment
    Police Academy 3: Back in Training
    Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol 
    Trick or Treat
    Big
    The Three Amigos
    Jumpin' Jack Flash
    Coming to America 
    Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins
    The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
    Naked Gun
    Airplane!
    Kentucky Fried Movie
    Amazon Women on the Moon
    Creepshow
    Movie 43
    Barbershop
    Bordello of Blood
    Romeo Must Die
    Hard to Kill
    Balls of Fury
    Smiley Face
    Clerks
    The Usual Suspects
    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 20,948
    This just in:


    We're living on the edge of something big. It's a fantastic time in history to be alive.
    AMT, 1.25.15, 00:36 hrs.
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.
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