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post #91 of 249
For me it's:

Blade Runner: Final Cut
Alien
Aliens
All of the Lord of the Rings
All of the old Star Wars
Scarface
Dark City
The Matrix
Sleepy Hollow
Dracula
American Psycho
post #92 of 249
I can tell you this... the movie I have seen more times than any other is Enter the Dragon... literally more than a hundred times... maybe two hundred.

a close second would be 2001: A Space Odyssey... then it probably The Good The Bad The Ugly
post #93 of 249
Any Star Trek movie. The original SW trilogy. The Back to the Future trilogy. So I've Married an Axe Murderer. The first Matrix. Total Recall (1990). Actually outside of his later movies (including his preggo movie) I could watch any Arnie movie over and over. So many others but these will suffice.
post #94 of 249
Most if not all of the movies that I've seen at least 10 times have been listed, but regardless they are:

Pulp Fiction
Heat
Silence of the Lambs
Star Was Trilogy (original trilogy, original versions)
Goodfellas
Alien/Aliens
Fight Club
Raider of the Lost Ark (Good God I can't wait for the blu-ray release!)
2001: ASO
Ben Hur
The Godfather
Dazed and Confused
Good Will Hunting
Space Balls
Monty Python & THG
The Dark Knight
Most of the Bond movies
Where Eagles Dare
High Plains Drifter
Austin Powers
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Breakfast Club
The Matrix
Back To The Future
Planet of the Apes (Charlton Heston)
Ghostbusters
Die Hard
Inception
Se7en

I know it's a long list, but I can usually watch a really good film 10 -15 times before I start getting tired of it. Ask me how many movies I've seen 20 - 30 times and the list will get considerably shorter.
post #95 of 249
Most of mine have been listed, but here are two I didn't see:

Last Man Standing
Captain Ron

Yes, really. Captain Ron.
post #96 of 249
I will watch Shawshank Redemption and To Kill A Mockingbird whenever they are on TV, not matter at which point I enter in on. I will always just stay there and watch until the end, regardless of what else is going on. Have done it with both , too numerous to count accurately.
post #97 of 249
Most movies I watch multiple times have a really good sound track.
How about:
Open Range
Watchmen
Donnie Darko
Planet of the Apes(old and new version)
post #98 of 249
I saw most of these 10 times or more before I even owned my first car. Each one came on TV about once a year and I can still watch them again and again. I had a great interest in war movies as a kid, being an Air Force brat who's Dad had flown in almost every bomber made from WWII B-17's to Cold War B-52's.

Twelve O'Clock High
The Longest Day
Strategic Air Command
Midway
The Great Escape
Tora! Tora! Tora!

Most other repeat movies are already listed but here's my short list:

The Thin Red Line
Pearl Harbour
The Last Samurai
Saving Private Ryan
Pretty Woman
How to Train Your Dragon
Serenity (I just loved the TV series "Firefly" and own both on BD)
Marley & Me
post #99 of 249
Sound of Music
Wizard of OZ
LOTR
Raiders of the lost Ark
Ten commandments
King and I( Bluray awaited)
A Beautiful mind
Amadeus
Gandhi
Vertigo
North By Northwest
The True Lies
Ben Hur
2001 The space audycey
E.T
post #100 of 249
I rewatched The Joy Luck Club tonight for what I'm sure is at least the 10th time, and I feel like I've been run over. I swear I was crying before the credits were over and basically never stopped the whole time. That is such a brutal movie. One of those that is well worth repeated viewing but you just can't take it too often.
post #101 of 249
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Originally Posted by cctvtech View Post

LOL. My wife catches me doing that occasionally and always says "Don't you have that already?" I typically say "Yes, but not with these commercials." tongue.gif

Too funny smile.gif

My favourite movies are not necessarily movies that I have watched the most. The movies that I have watched the most simply happened to have been movies I really enjoyed at a time when I had time to enjoy them. The fact that I could enjoy them so many times means they technically should be my favourites.

I've seen:
Oliver! (1965) at least 50 times, once a day everyday during school holidays hohoho
The Ten Commandments - pretty much watch that one every year around Easter
Santa Claus (1985) - have to see this around Christmas along with...
While You Were Sleeping
Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, Pocahontas, The Emperor's new Groove, Hercules etc. whenever anyone else watches this I have to sit down and join
Bugs Life, Toy Story series, Monsters Inc., etc. same deal as above
The Transformers The Movie
So many of the Jackie Chan movies
Three Men and a Baby, and maybe moreso, Three Men and a little Lady
Sister Acts 1 and 2

Other movies I watched a great deal during school holidays (those VHS tapes did hold up nicely)
The Goonies
The Neverending Story
The Princess Bride
Labyrinth
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
K-9 (1989)
Masters of the Universe

Before I started this post I thought I could keep it under 10, but turns out my childhood got the better of me... and there are probably plenty that I can't recall at this exact moment.
post #102 of 249
It is interesting how many of my favorite movies are not on this list:

Star Wars
The Empire Strikes Back
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Braveheart (I've seen the Battle of Stirling close to 50 times)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Mary Poppins
post #103 of 249
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Originally Posted by iamian View Post

Blade Runner.

+1
post #104 of 249
One movie I have not seen listed, but I never seem to get tired of

Behind Enemy Lines
post #105 of 249
National Lampoon's Family Vacation
Moulin Rouge
Ultraviolet
Black Orpheus
post #106 of 249
Just off the top of my head:

Aliens (favorite movie of all time)
Alien
The Thing (1982)
Predator
The Terminator
Terminator 2
Big Trouble in Little China
Stargate
Tombstone
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
It's A Wonderful Life (watch this one every year)

In case you can't tell, I really enjoy sci-fi.

ETA: Original Star Wars Trilogy and first three Indiana Jones films.
Edited by fireman325 - 8/31/12 at 9:01am
post #107 of 249
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Nillaz View Post

Most if not all of the movies that I've seen at least 10 times have been listed, but regardless they are:
Pulp Fiction
Heat
Silence of the Lambs
Star Was Trilogy (original trilogy, original versions)
Goodfellas
Alien/Aliens
Fight Club
Raider of the Lost Ark (Good God I can't wait for the blu-ray release!)
2001: ASO
Ben Hur
The Godfather
Dazed and Confused
Good Will Hunting
Space Balls
Monty Python & THG
The Dark Knight
Most of the Bond movies
Where Eagles Dare
High Plains Drifter
Austin Powers
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Breakfast Club
The Matrix
Back To The Future
Planet of the Apes (Charlton Heston)
Ghostbusters
Die Hard
Inception
Se7en
I know it's a long list, but I can usually watch a really good film 10 -15 times before I start getting tired of it. Ask me how many movies I've seen 20 - 30 times and the list will get considerably shorter.

I'll bite - which ones have you seen 30+ times?
post #108 of 249
Seeing as I would repeat many titles, here are some that I don't think anyone has listed yet...

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Kingdom of Heaven
True Romance
The Muppet Movie
Robin Hood (Disney)
Robin Hood: Prince of Theives
The Bodyguard
Leon (The Professional)
Payback

I'll add more when I can think of them...
Edited by aidoroboo - 8/31/12 at 10:35am
post #109 of 249
Ten times? Lots. However, there are movies that I'm sure I've watched at least 100 times or more. Some I've seen over 100 times includes the ORIGINAL Star Wars trilogy, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jaws, Animal House, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
post #110 of 249
The list is countless. But in recent years I have had much less time to re-watch movies, so the very very few that are on the list I have watched yet again are...

The Matrix
Ben-Hur
Highlander
Tears of the Sun
Die Hard
Gladiator


There are more, but I've watched those more than once in the past few years.
post #111 of 249
Terminator 2
The Princess Bride
Zoolander ( I can quote a lot of it)
Braveheart
The Incredibles
Monty Python (Holy Grail)
The Lion King
True Lies
Army of Darkness
Shaun of the Dead
The Matrix
Tombstone

These are the ones that come to mind quickly. I'm sure I have more though.
post #112 of 249
Star Wars 4/5/6
LOTR Trilogy
Hunt for Red October
Master and Commander
Alien
Aliens
Indian Jones and the Lost Ark
HEAT
Transformers
War Games
X-Men
Iron Man
Under World
Sneakers
Slapshot
3 Days of the Condor
Winchester 71
Stalag 17
North by Northwest
My Super Ex Girlfriend
Chocolat
Rat Race
Serenity
Battle Star Galactica Mini Series
One Flew over the Cuckoos nest
Pale Rider
Predator
Both Trons
The Incredibles!
Uncle Buck (What a classic)
Saving Private Ryan
Fight Club
post #113 of 249
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Originally Posted by jakesong View Post

I will watch Shawshank Redemption and To Kill A Mockingbird whenever they are on TV, not matter at which point I enter in on.

Watching movies on network tv is a complete waste of time.
Because the movies are edited and rarely shown in there correct aspect ratio.
post #114 of 249
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

Watching movies on network tv is a complete waste of time.
Because the movies are edited and rarely shown in there correct aspect ratio.

Network TV never shows Shawshank or Mockingbird. You get those on movie channels and they are not edited and are shown in OAR....
post #115 of 249
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Originally Posted by joeblow View Post

I'll bite - which ones have you seen 30+ times?

Pulp Fiction
Heat
Star Was Trilogy
Silence of the Lambs
Alien/Aliens
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Godfather
Goldfinger
Ferris Bueller
Ghostbusters

The Dark Knight and Inception are each getting up there but I don't think I've watched either 30 times yet.
post #116 of 249
Forgot to add The Right Stuff! Every time it comes on Hdnet I have to watch it, hopefully soon it will be released on BD. Also last film I saw theatrically with intermissions.
post #117 of 249
My Cousin Vinny
the Star Wars films (all of them)
Saving Private Ryan
the Die Hard films (not the last one)
Back to the Future trilogy
most Pixar films
post #118 of 249
Quote:
Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

Watching movies on network tv is a complete waste of time.
Because the movies are edited and rarely shown in there correct aspect ratio.
That's what makes it interesting. Sometimes they even add a scene here or there. Think Blazing Saddles.

It's also funny when they substitute different words for "profanity", although some channels are more relentless in their substitutions than others. Sometimes it makes the film entirely different like a remake, only with the original cast. tongue.gif
post #119 of 249
From the deep synapses of my mind:

The Incredibles
Tombstone
Captain Blood (Errol Flynn)
Young Frankenstein
Revolutionary Road
Avatar
West Side Story
A Christmas Story
The Matrix Trilogy
LOTR trilogy
All six Star Wars
Wall-E
Star Trek: First Contact
Starship Troopers
How To Train Your Dragon
2001
Pretty much every Marx Brothers movie
Naughty Space Vixens From Planet XXX (wait...how did that get there?)

Probably others but when you get to my age, your mind starts wander....SQUIRREL!
post #120 of 249
The Saint
Battle: LA
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