What movie have you seen more than any other?
I'm not sure what my answer is, but it might be The Wizard of Oz or The Princess Bride.
Probably Mrs. Doubtfire. Or possibly Turner and Hooch, Home Alone or The Land Before Time. All these I watched over and over when I was a kid.
The Hustler starring Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason from 1961. A brilliant story of love, loss and realisation. You have to see it.
Interesting question this. When my kids were younger, we use to watch The Jungle Book quite a bit. Then Home Alone and Jumanji.
When I was young it was always the shows at Christmas time. Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer and of course The Wizard of Oz.
Now my husband and I tend to watch films and when we get half way through, we say, "I think we've seen this before". Aging; isn't it wonderful. LOL
Probably Die Hard. Saw it on VHS back in the late 80s, and I think I've seen it more than a 100 times after that.
I've seen Dirty Dancing a lot, it seems to come on TV often. If I count the movies my kids used to watch, they wore out the video tapes for The Little Mermaid, and Adventures in Babysitting.
No doubt about it (and not that I'm particularly recommending it), but the Wizard of Oz. It used to show up on television once a year (I think), so it seemed like a kind of tradition when it would. Somewhere at about Year 30 (estimating) I decided I'd seen it enough.
Second *but distant) runner up: Enchanted
Others in the running (and only because one station went through a time when it seemed to drag out one of these two every other Saturday evening):
My Best Friend's Wedding
And, of course (another favorite of TV stations): It's A Wonderful Life
'A Touch of Spice' by Tassos Boulmetis or Politiki Kouzina, this Greek movie of the bittersweet movie of discovery, where life turns full circle yet the tastes, aromas and sensations still remain as fresh as ever. It always reminds me that whatever happens if my life as not lost its spice, it is still worth living...
Gone With the Wind and Rock Star...it's a toss up between the two. Rock Star is my guilty pleasure and Gone With the Wind is for when I'm feeling Whimsical and I want to wear a corset and pretend I'm a southern Belle.
That would have to be "The Wizard of Oz" since I saw it as a child annually.
"The Fifth Element" - I have no idea why. Maybe because it is futuristic, funny, and cool at the same time. I also like Bruce Willis and Chris Tucker. The plot is also very interesting.
Growing up I was obsessed with Black Beauty the movie and book. I probably watched this more than any type of movie. I find myself going back to movies and tv shows I grew up watching. Today's movies seem to just be filled with sex and drugs.
I have seen "The Inception" and "Sherlock Homes" many times.
She's the Man.
It's a feel good movie and I never get tired of watching it. I never get tired of its humor as well!
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