Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Your Turn

Movie you have watched the most.

94 comments:

sandybrook said...

Star Wars I guess

Pj harvey fan said...

Porn

Farmgirl said...

Mary Poppins

Nutty_Flavor said...

“Some Like It Hot.”

Giuls said...

Call me by your name

Unknown said...

Back to the Future

Guesser said...

The Wizard of Oz,watched it every year since very young when it was on TV every Spring. I even saw it in the theatre. Even though the flying Monkeys gave me nightmares.

EricM said...

Right Now? Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

When I was a kid in the 80s it was BeastMaster with Marc Singer.

momo said...

Bladerunner and They Live and Network are tied but I went to Rocky Horror in a theater more times than I can count so RHPS I guess.

Kenji said...

The Godfather, My Life As A Dog, Castle In The Sky, Starship Troopers, Wrath of Khan, Apocalypse Now - all more times than I could count. There was also a year where my little daughter wanted to watch Mulan DAILY but I don't include that because I was hardly watching it at all.

PurplePuffin said...

This is Spinal Tap. The Stonehenge scene is brilliant. Hahaha

Brayson87 said...

Probably a tie between A Christmas Story, the original Star Wars trilogy and The Ten Commandments, family sh!t you can leave on during the holidays.

morrowland said...

"Interiors" (heavy drama starring Geraldine Page, directed by Woody Allen)

JT0130 said...

Hot Fuzz and The Matrix

Groggy said...

Probably Godfather I and II.

Followed very closely by The Expendables 1-4.

Sunkist said...

Have to be The Sound of Music

Tuesdi said...

Empire Records

Tuesdi said...

Empire Records

Lisa said...

The Winter Soldier, The Matrix and Return of the King.

Do Tell said...

Wizard of Oz or Arthur.

Me Again said...

Harold and Maude, Wizard of Oz, or The Right Stuff

mike m said...

Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke

Cool Hand Luke

Animal House

Sagan said...

JAWS

Ann said...

Wizard of Oz.

MeMyselfandIandYou said...

Rear Window (Hitchcock, no remakes)

Vita said...

PurplePuffin-- Agreed! This Is Spinal Tap! A friend and I even based our whole trip to England around the theme, and I named my dog Nigel!

Wizard of Oz, Sound of Music, Elf and Christmas Story from happy annual viewings and holiday marathons. I'd build up courage all year to face those flying monkeys, Guesser!

V said...

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

B626 said...

French Lieutenants Woman
I like how there are 2 stories going on
Groundhog Day

Dena said...

The Breakfast Club

Heather Duke said...

Heathers.

cheesegrater15 said...

The Women
V for Vendetta
Original Star Wars trilogy
Meet Me in St Louis

AtlantAnne said...

The Big Lebowski.

kelli grrrl said...

Uncle Buck and Tommy Boy are probably tied for most views.

PghGirl said...

Speed, John Wick and the Matrix movies...its all about Keanu

Gator said...

The Wizard or Oz, since I started watching it when I was about 3 years old.

Isighalot said...

Grand Canyon

Troy Dyer said...

Reality Bites 😜

WickedBee said...

The Lord of the Rings trilogy

shakey said...

Most likely The Ten Commandments.

gertie said...

bladerunner/blues brothers

kfitz said...

harry potter/the breakfast club

AListDiva said...

I have seen Grease and Clueless probably 100 times each! I swear in the 90s TBS and TNT would play the same movie a million times a month on weekends!

JT0130 said...

@pgHgirl ++++++11111 - so agree.

ClareJanes said...

The Italian Job

Substance D said...

Licorice Twists. Well, Rachel Ryan's two big scenes mostly. Gangbang Girl #18, the construction site scene. The Wizard of Oz.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Bringing Up Baby, probably.

cebii said...

Harry Potter (pick one)
Clue
RHPS

De luca said...

Long time luckier here, @Suoer comic, me too! Still cry with laughter now.

omfg said...

Dumb and Dumber
Trading Places
Home Alone
Ace Ventura

txredhd said...

Jaws

Brayson87 said...

+1 txred, that is a great every summer movie, especially at the beach.

Fiendish Man said...

Baby's Day Out. My five kids all wanted to live the dream.

pegd said...

Willy Wonka
Home Alone

Unknown said...

SELENA!!!! ... I mean, I am Texan and I don't speak fluent Spanish, but I can sing all of her songs.. :)

mud said...

The Wizard of Oz also because I watched it once a year every year as a kid and then multiple times since then. I even went to the theater and watched it on the big screen: amazing!
Close seconds: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn; 8 Mile; Tommy Boy; The Women (1939 version); and It's A Wonderful Life.

hothotheat said...

Hangover, 10 Things I Hate About You

Heikobaba said...

Don't look now

AbbyRock said...

These 3 a bunch- don't know exactly how many times or which I've watched most.

Godfather II
Penny Serenade
It's a Wonderful Life

Library Chick said...

Groundhog Day

Trapped said...

10 commandments
Wizard of OZ
It's a wonderful life
A star is born with Barbara S, I definitely won't be seeing the newer version at all

Vita said...

Haven't seen them quite as many times, but Bringing Up Baby, Coming to America, Rear Window and Clueless are up there in frequency, too

ihsahn77 said...

Drama: Once Upon a Time in America - probably watched it once a year since I was 14

Comedy: Life of Brian, Dumb and Dumber

Randaleese said...

Tie:
Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte
My Cousin Vinnie

Liv said...

Pride and Prejudice

HkyMom said...

Steel Magnolias (even named one of my sons after a character) and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the one with Gene Wilder)

gauloise said...

Spinal Tap, Harold and Maude, and the Dewey Cox Story

Jim O'Sullivan said...

Casablanca. I know the script almost by heart.

Bikey said...

Back to the future, Beetlejuice and Who framed Roger Rabbit, probably. Though I have seen many of the titles mentioned here hundreds of times:)

zerooptions said...

Sonatine

Glitter said...

Maltese Falcon

Em and 'im said...

Greyfriars Bobby.. I rarely watch a film more than once or twice, but I have watched all the Greyfriars Bobby films loads of times, snd pilgrimages to his old haunts as a youngster and know the book by heart,

Guest777 said...

Wizard of Oz for me personally, as a mother ive watched numerous movies with my children over and over and....

tinydancer61 said...

Clueless. Such a hilarious, sweet movie!

Conservaterian said...

Steel Magnolias, Waiting to Exhale, Elf and Christmas Vacation.

t iki said...

Young Frankenstein, Harold and Maude, Uncle Buck.

mooshki said...

Super Troopers. Literally a couple of hundred times.

Nosey Parker said...

True Romance
Broadcast News
A Bronx Tale
They Live
Angels With Dirty Faces

GentleBreeze said...

My channel is stuck on TCM and the TV's always on so I've been in and out seeing many classics over and over.
Years ago used to rent 'The Man who Would be King' from the library quite often. Hubba-hubba!

Rebbles said...

A Christmas Story ... every year.

laineylizbro said...

The Lost Boys, watched it every day for a year straight when I was a teen. Watch it at least 6x a year still.

RobertaJoan said...

The Castle
Cosí
The Bad Seed
Auntie Mame
Inherit the Wind
12 Angry Men
Office Space
The Year of Living Dangerously
Cat In A Hot Tin Roof

ron hobbs said...

Vertigo (Hitchcock) The first 2 Godfathers.

Turitella said...

The Gods Must be Crazy
My Cousin Vinnie

Funniest movies ever

TVAnnie said...

Dodsworth
All About Eve
Death on The Nile
Murder Most Foul
Evil Under The Sun
Animal House
Jaws
Giant

Renee 123 said...

The naked gun movies are the only ones I have watched more then once

arbfuldodger said...

A Christmas Story
Goodfellas
Airplane
Full Metal Jacket

Unknown said...

Wizard of Oz
Godfather I&II
All about Eve
Mildred Pierce
Rosemary's Baby original
The Stepford Wives "
Mulholland Dr.
Groundhog Day




Fuchsia said...

The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Single Man in Love with Love said...

Braveheart, Rudy and Ronin.

Nick Rivers said...

Top Secret!

The Shawshank Redemption and Aliens are up there too.

momo said...

Damn forgot Sweet Smell of Success. Tony Curtis and Burt Lancaster - OMG

GentleBreeze said...

Turitella- Gods Must be Crazy, totally insane! Used to rent that often as well.
Momo - Sweet Smell of Success is coming up on TCM.

Kansa said...

Twice Upon a Time (with Molly Ringwald, 1998)
Hopscotch
Bladerunner
A Man for All Seasons with Paul Schofield
Anne of the Thousand Days

Melissa MM said...

Karate Kid
Back to the future
Ben-Hur
The ten commandments
And Pedro Infante movies

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