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Films you've watched LOADS of times

Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Andrew, Oct 18, 2014.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Broken leg stuff

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    Anybody seen a particular film more times than you can count?! I would say 5 times or more would qualify, my list isn't all that big but there is some shit on it.

    Grease - About 50 times (apparently). As a 5 or 6 year old my tv ariel broke and so my mum would put Grease on every night in my room to get me to sleep until she finally got round to getting me a new one after a few months, tragic really :laugh:

    Forrest Gump = 30 times or so, I use to put it on every time it was on TV (which was often). One of my all time faves.

    Rambo First Blood - 15 timesish, one of my favourite films which I had a phase as a 12/13 year old of watching once or twice a month for some reason, had it on video so would whip out the old video player (which I still have) and watch it on rainy Sunday afternoons. Epic film though and the only Rambo worth watching.

    Die Hard 1 - 15ish times, one of the greatest action movies ever despite being entirely set on 5 floors of a skyscraper. It's on every christmas so nuff said.

    Day after tomorrow - About 10 times, don't even know why, as it's tragically flawed.

    Pretty much it, seen Finding Nemo a few times as well as the other Die Hard films but that's my list. I'm surely not the only one who has watched a select few films loads of times?!
     
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  2. Adam

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    We all believe that totally accurate account of why you watched Grease 50 times, bro.

    Predator is the only one that springs to mind. Never gets old.
     
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    Ironclad.
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    Cheech And Chong's Up In Smoke.
     
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    Adam Are you cereal?

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    Zulu as well, timeless.
     
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    Shawshank
    Lock Stock
    Goodfellas
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    Saving Private Ryan
    This is England
    Green Street
    Taxi Driver

    Love that shit.
     
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    Clue - probably close to 500 times!

    Gone through the James Bond films a fair few times, reckon I've seen the older ones at least 50 times.
     
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    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Convoy. I must have watched this at least 100 times back in the 80's. Know the whole dialogue in the film from start to finish. About two years ago this film was on TV and I sent my sister a text " never guess which film is on " and she text back " Convoy by any chance ".


    Dawn Of The Dead ( 1970's edition ). My favourite ever horror film. Remember going to a mates to watch it on video ( yes video ) and loved it. This must the second most watched film.


    Die Hard. A massive film when it came out and is all we would talk about. The other Die Hard's do not come close to this brilliant film.


    Saving Private Ryan. Have seen this many a time just for the opening 20-30 minutes.











    EDIT - O/P........................ Are you really a bloke. Grease is a girly film for FFS.







    Each to their own bud.:thumb
     
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  8. Adam

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    Bit random :laugh:

    Never seen it before.
     
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    It's def got rewatch value. I only saw it for the first time a few years ago, but already seen it a good few times since then. Very enjoyable.

    Star Wars Trilogy
    Ghostbusters
    Zulu
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Live & Let Die
    Dazed & Confused
    The Big Lebowski

    Barring the last two, I've been watching them all regularly since I was a very young kid, so I dread to think how many times I've seen them.
     
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    Jaws
    Goonies
    LOTR trilogy
    Star Wars trilogy
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    Predator

    Must have seen all these films at least 20 times.
     
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    Forgot about LOTR i must have watched them 40 times at least.
     
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    Green mile
    then after that probably Bruce Lee, Enter the dragon
     
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    Really?! :laugh:

    Only ever seen them once, looking back I don't think they're all that.

    Green Mile is very underrated. I need to read the book.
     
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    the book is excellent
     
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    It's a cult classic.
    I certainly enjoy the humour in it, highly recommended by me
     
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    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Lesbian Gang Bang.
     
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    in HD
     
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    Gladiator, Braveheart & Rocky IV I watch 2-3 times a year.
     
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    not watched either of them two
     
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    :eeek

    Gladiator is a top film especially the opening scene the battle in the forest,Braveheart is just Gibson showing his hatred for us English and is a fairy tale.
     

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