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Old 05-08-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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What movie have you seen more than any other in your life?

I was thinking about this recently while my roommate, some pals, and myself were watching my particular most-watched movie. What is the one film you think you've watch more than any other? This doesn't necessarily have to be your favorite film, although I'm sure for some of you guys it will be. State the movie and why you've seen it so damn much, already.

My submission:



I swear I must have seen this upwards of twenty times. It's probably my favorite comedy ever, as crass as that may be. I think it's a really overlooked gem and if you like South Park and haven't seen it, I suggest you rent, nay, BUY it right away. It's not the most sophisticated humor around, but it consistently doesn't get old to me. A group of my friends back home and I can throw more or less every line from the movie back and forth. Hell, we even started playing the game itself.


"I swear, you guys rip on me 13 or 14 more times....I'm out of here."


Rushmore is probably a close second for me. It's got my favorite film character ever, it was made by my favorite director, and I think it's an utterly perfect movie. It and The Royal Tenebaums are my favorite films ever.



So what's up, guyz? What do you watch too much?
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star wars, episode iv.
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Probably Dumb & Dumber.
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This will age me...but Rocky 1
i saw it like 7 times at the theater.....and I have watched it many times on tv too......
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Old 05-08-2007, 07:45 PM   #5
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God, this is kind of embarrassing. It's a tie of three that haven't left me since my childhood:

The Sound of Music
Darby O'Gill and the Little People
Beetlejuice

and also

Bram Stoker's Dracula


Not all my favorites, but I can still watch them and enjoy them, even after dozens of viewings, if not more, as a child. Teen for Dracula.
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It's probably a tie between Major League and The Big Hit.
I could still watch them for hours
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I honestly don't know, but excluding endless video viewings as a child...


Probably:


Or also likely:
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Terminator 2
Greatest action film ever made.
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The Shawshank Redemption, The Godfather Pt I and II, The Great Escape, and Groundhog Day.
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The Sound of Music
Goonies
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Ferris for sure, also The Goonies, Labyrinth, Erik the Viking, Willow and National Lampoons Vacation......Wally World..
When I was younger and I couldn't fall asleep I would run throught the movies in my head.
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Oh boy.

Star Wars probably. Empire Strikes Back as well. Eurotrip maybe?
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