What film(s) have you seen the most times?

Art Waring

halozix.com
13th Warrior is a great film, though when I was younger I really didn't appreciate it.

I read Eaters of the Dead and was very taken with its approach towards the shaping and retelling of the mythology, and it actually brought me back to the film.

The film had a great DP (director of photography), and the film has a very gritty look, particularly in the caves (great scene with the totem and skulls all over the floor), which was quite in contrast to many fantasy films of the 90's.
 

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BrokenTwin

Biological Disaster
Hot Fuzz. Brilliant movie with almost the entirety of the dialog of the first half directly foreshadowing the second half. Also one of my favorite bromance movies that somehow manages to not feel queer-baity despite the lines from the cut love-interest being given entirely unchanged to the secondary protagonist.
 

Ixal

Hero
For some reason when I just want to have some white noise in the background I start some old disaster movie like Towering Inferno.
Not sure if that really counts as seen though as I do not spend too much attention to it.
 

This is a hard list because I am not sure my memory is good enough to recollect what I have watched the most. Here are some movies I know I have seen many, many times

A Better Tomorrow
A Chinese Ghost Story
The Bride with White Hair
Commando
Conan The Barbarian
Come Drink with Me
Dirty Harry
Excalibur
Evil Dead II
Goodfellas
Halloween
Heroes Shed No Tears
The Howling
The One Armed Swordsman
Pulp Fiction
Rosemary's Baby
2001
 

Ryujin

Legend
Hot Fuzz. Brilliant movie with almost the entirety of the dialog of the first half directly foreshadowing the second half. Also one of my favorite bromance movies that somehow manages to not feel queer-baity despite the lines from the cut love-interest being given entirely unchanged to the secondary protagonist.
I tend to watch the whole Cornetto Trilogy in a single sitting, when I watch any of them at all. It's fun to watch for the gags that get carried over into all of them.
 

Mallus

Legend
Let's see... an honest answer would all be films from my pre- and early-cable childhood. So it's probably like a 6-way tie between...

THEM!
Yellow Submarine (every Thanksgiving morning)
Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion
Godzilla vs the Smog Monster
Operation: Petticoat (I also watched Mr. Roberts every time it was on)
Casablanca (okay so I watched this a few times as an adult)
 

Sacrosanct

Legend
I've seen several movies several times (Star Wars, Goonies, etc.), but those that I watch every 2-3 years?

Big Trouble in Little China
The Last Dragon
Tombstone
Aliens
Conan the Barbarian and Destroyer
Secret of Nimh
Excalibur
 

payn

He'll flip ya...Flip ya for real...
they live GIF
 


Undrave

Legend
I’m not that big a movie guy, but there is a few I’ve watched repeatedly.

I’ve watched both the animated and live action adaptation of Asterix & Cleopatra many, MANY times. Same with the animated Asterix in Britain that I watch at least once a year around Christmas time.

The Back to the Future trilogy, Ghostbusters and Roger Rabbit are some of my favorite 80’s classics and I’ve watched all of them multiple times. I’m also pretty sure I watched Spaceballs more than ten times.

I’ve watched Godzilla Final Wars and Zebraman at least five times each, easily. Zebraman is one of my favorite movie EVER, it comes highly recommended (but the sequel is garbage).

I’m probably one of the only persons who enjoys the 90’s American Godzilla movie and I think I’ve watched it at least five times as well.

But I think one of the movies I’ve watched the most is the somewhat obscure 1996 Kelsey Grammer comedy, Down Periscope. I just love that movie!

Also pretty sure I've watched Gokaiger VS Gavan at least five times, plus repeated viewings of the final battle. Gavan vs Gavan Bootleg is super hype, and a better laser sword fight than any in the Star Wars sequel trilogy :p
 

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