Okay so I have watched quite a few movies again and again and again...I have watched maybe 10 movies more than 5 times.
What about you guys? How many movies have you watched more than let's say 5 times? You don't have to name them if yuo don't want to or how many times you have watched them...only if you want to though
I have watched Take the Lead, Must Love Dogs, Tamara, Newsies, 27 Dresses, Princess Diaries and Princess Diaries 2 more than 5 times just to name a few...watching Must Love Dogs as we speak.
thus the life of unemployment does give me a lot of time to watch movies I'm afraid
Good Will Hunting
Saving Private Ryan
probably an average of 10 times each
I'm not much of a war movie person but I loved Good Will Hunting...though I've only seen that once. lol
LMAO :LOL: I wish I was making millions. I've only made $1.22 on here HAHAHA
Cinderella Man was definitely intersting and fun...but never saw million Dollar Baby
Sorry, but I have a hard time finding movies anymore that I want to watch even once.
aaaa I'm sorry dahoghund. I hope yu find a movie that you do like and end up watching millions of times.
I tried seeing that one with my husband but...eh I couldn't get into that one.
I just put in Dr. Dolittle...the old one not the new ones...don't like the new ones as much as I LOVE the old version.
I've watched Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro a zillion times!!
I've also watched Interview With the Vampire a lot, Korean horror film A Tales of Two Sisters often, as well as Italian film Cinema Paradiso.
Gotta love foreign films!
Very nice...i still haven't see A Tales of Two Sisters yet...do you recommend it? and LOVE Spirited Away. still need to get My Neighbor Totoro.
Have you seen the newest one Ponyo?
Then you must watch;
Bon Cop, Bad Cop
La Grand Seduction
All Quebec made films and really, really good. Very well made movies.
Stand By Me
The Breakfast Club
An American President
The Color Purple
Fried Green Tomatoes
In Harm's Way
Seen all of these at least 5 times each. Love to watch a favorite movie like these with a friend or family member who has never seen it.
Casshern. A movie I can see every month without getting bored. I love it !
Last movie I saw was Revolutionary Road. Can't say it's a movie I'd watch over and over again, but it made me think. An interesting depiction of life and marriage. Anyone seen it?
Nope haven't seen that one. I'll have to look it up
Love Saving Private Ryan, and Bridges of Madison County (very different, huh?)
I can't say that I would watch that one again. Not because it wasn't good, but movies like that, that address such heavy topics, are hard to sit through more than once (for me at least). I did think it was good...doesn't make me want to run down the aisle and get married though... More than anything, I thought it was a subtle commentary on how mental illness affects relationships. BTW - I hear the book is amazing...it's on my list.
Fight Club, The Godfather, Tropic Thunder... I memorized the dialogues
Ok here we go!
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (My wife says way too many times)
Fist Full of Dollars( don't ask)
A Few Dollars More(same)
Hang'em High(see a pattern)
High Plains Drifter(the devil made me do it)
Pale Rider(I'm being true to my self)
Dirty Harry(do you feel lucky punk!)
Magnum Force(I wish I had his hair)
Outlaw Josey Wales(I recon so)
Moby Dick(the original)
Shane(hes my hero)
The Eiger Sanction
Dances with Wolves( an instant clasic)
Little Big Man
Midnight Cowboy(a must see at least ten times)
Platoon(a true struggle of good and evil)
Full Metal Jacket
Terminator II( may be the only sequel better than the first)
Jeepers Creepers II( another good sequel)
The Fifth Element
Legends of the Fall
A River Runs through It
One Flew over the Cookoos Nest
Lets Scare Jessica to Death(my first serious scare)
Ok I give up!
I've seen a bunch of movies more than 5 times. Ones that I can think of now are The Goonies, The Princess Bride, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Garden State, The Dark Knight. I've also probably seen every episode of Scrubs atleast 5 times.
The Princess Bride
hmmmmm... I am sure there are more...
does this count all the disney movies that came out between the time I was 3 - 12?
I did not join the digital revolution (as in, I don't get TV reception) so I cycle through a stack of movie's over and over ...the cue as of late:
What about Bob
What Lies Beneath
Burn After Reading
First Wive's Club
3:10 to Yuma (new one)
My Cousin Vinny
Yep I'm like that too...no cable right now in our apartment so yep recycling through my movies too.
The Godfather 1, 2, 3
Gone With The Wind
The Shawshank Redemption
oh yeah, and ALL Disney Pixar films...they are all awesome. You can watch them over and over with your kids and you catch something new every time.
Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't megs...but I do enjoy putting on a certain genre when I'm writing, like horror when I'm working on my horror stories, or fantasy and others when working on my fantasy and mystery stories.
Sneak the top of your list brings this to mind:
My dad loves Clint Eastwood movies and James Bond movies. Growning up, my mother did not appreciate these. We had only one TV in the house. He would always say "But this is the one I haven't seen before." Of course she would grudgingly relent and find something else to do. Some of these movies that he'd never seen before, I watched with him several times over the years.
My sister and step brother live with me. On occasion, we evoke Frank at our house and say "But this is the one I've never seen before!"
I love your Dad! I allways say the same thing! Now they just boo me to the bedroom.
Sneak, In all those years my mom never caught on! Or did she? Now I wonder...
It's with Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet...it's worth watching...
oooo lol then which one was I thinking of that had Tom Hanks in it where he was some sort of mob boss type guy?
I've watched Titanic twice...don't watch it anymore...WAY too depressing
Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Hook, Mrs. Doubtfire, Drop Dead Fred, and Disney movies
Silly me, huh? I think because my mom is uneducated, it has taken me decades to appreciate how knowing she is.
Star Wars- all episodes
Lord of the Rings- the whole trilogy
The first four Star Trek movies
The Harry Potter movies
Raiders of the Lost Ark
X2: X-Men United
The Secret of Roan Inish
Robin Hood (the Errol Flynn one)
The Sea Hawk
Pirates of the Caribbean
Master and Commander
Planet of the Apes, the original
Anything with James Bond or Jason Bourne
Anything Monty Python
George Romero's zombie movies
OMG I LOVE The Secret of Roan Inish...glad to know i'm not the only one who likes that movie. and great movies in the lsit Valerie
The best line in a movie was said by Angela Lansbury "Ray why dont you play a game of solitaire"-there was an air of menace about it but absolutely brilliant.
What a pity theres no "Rays" about to have a quiet word with some of these wasters running these unreal"reality" shows-the high trousered type.
Some people have said that Sinatra wasnt a good actor-but he acted in many good films,Suddenly was another example of that genre-the man with the golden arm another example.
My husband and I have probably watched "Dumb and Dumber" 10 times, lol...it just cracks us up every time!
And every Christmas, we have to watch "Christmas Vacation", with Chevy Chase...
We haven't watched a lot of newer movies, but I know we've seen Clint Eastwood's "Gran Torino" five times by now, and also "No Country for Old Men"--those are both fantastic movies!
Tom doesn't like "Phantom of the Opera"(the latest version, with Gerard Butler), but our son, Larkin, and I have watched it at least six times together--we love it, lol...
It is more than 5 times - twilight, титаник, the gladiator, the life is fine.
City of Angels
New Jack City - probably more than 20 times@!!
The Green Mile
As good as it gets
Little Miss Sunshine
I watch a lot of movies over and over, mainly cause there just ain't anything worth watching on tv these days. There's too many to name them all, but I do have some favorites.
Ok, here we go:
Just about any John Wayne Movie (way more than 5 times)
Arsenic and Old Lace
The Desk Set
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner ( Hepburn & Tracey)
The African Queen
The Day The Earth Stood Still (Original Version)
Men In Black
Lost in Translation
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
The Philadelphia Story
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Jane Erye (Orson Welles Version)
There are many more, but these are my favorites.
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