#1 Edited by one_2nd (2359 posts) -

There are certain moves I've seen so many times. My top 3 (in no particular order) are probably: Goodfellas, Shrek, and Big Daddy. All amazing movies. Yeah so what movies have you guys seen the most times? 
edit: Bad Boys 2, The Parent Trap (remake), Matilda, Scoobie Doo on Zombie Island, and Jumanji. I've seen those a shit-load of times as well.

#2 Posted by Yummylee (21244 posts) -

Terminator 2, Robocop annd Ghostbusters. 
 
When I was a kid I watched the live action Casper movie like 6 times a day...but I'd rather that not count..

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#3 Posted by one_2nd (2359 posts) -
@Abyssfull said:
" Terminator 2, Robocop annd Ghostbusters.  When I was a kid I watched the live action Casper movie like 6 times a day...but I'd rather that not count.. "
That's what happened with me and Shrek, lol. 
#4 Posted by xMP44x (2193 posts) -

Probably either The Transporter 3, or The Italian Job. And no, not the 2003 remake - the original version of the film, with Michael Caine. I've seen The Transporter 3 three times in the past month.

#5 Edited by TheSeductiveMoose (3617 posts) -

Slim Susie, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Shaun of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, Four Shades of Brown, Screwed in Tallinn and Fargo.

#6 Posted by TwoLines (2788 posts) -

The Postman.
And i don't know why! 
I don't care for that movie.
Not a fan of Costner either.

#7 Edited by Vorbis (2749 posts) -

Shaun of the Dead, Kung Pow, Monty Pythons Holy Grail. Watched them all enough to know the script off by heart, but it's been about 5years since I've watched the later two.

#8 Posted by Harknett (126 posts) -

Dazed and Confused.

#9 Posted by pornstorestiffi (4909 posts) -

Army of Darkness, Snatch, Terminator 2, Robocop, Predator, Spaceballs. just to name a few.

#10 Posted by Ryax (4630 posts) -

fight club. i think i've seen it over 100 times in like 2 years

#11 Edited by Castiel (2528 posts) -

Groundhog Day, Alien, Aliens, Blade Runner, From Dusk Till Dawn and the original Star Wars trilogy. 
 
Yeah Home Alone, how could I forget that. I also watch it every christmas. 
 
Also National Lampoon's Vacation: 
  

Oh oh oh and Big with Tom Hanks.... jezz I watched that movie a million times! 
 
Also The Goonies: 
       
  The Goonies will never die!!! 
  
And The Lost Boys and also The Last Action... oh and Jumanji too! 
 
JURASSIC PARK! OMG I LOVE THAT MOVIE AND ALSO JAWS, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK... okay I stop now. 
 
I just love movies i guess. ;) 
 
Okay just a few more and then I stop... promise (maybe): 
 
DIE HARD (HELL YEAH MOTHERFUCKER) 
T2 
SLEEPY HOLLOW (Tim Burton version) 
POLTERGEIST 
TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (ORIGINAL... I'm not stupid like other people) 
HALLOWEEN (John Carpenter) 
THE THING (Also John Carpenter) 
 
Let's face it I'm just going to keep updating this... forever! 
 
Also The Lion King (see what I said) 
 
And let's not forget Naked Gun and Naked Gun 2½
#12 Posted by valrog (3671 posts) -

Home Alone and Home Alone 2. I see it every year around Christmas.
 
And probably some other movies that play on TV every 3 months that I don't remember the names of right now.

#13 Posted by AhmadMetallic (18955 posts) -
  • Anchorman 
  • Mallrats 
  • Monty Python & The Holy Grail 
  • South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut 
  • The Boondock Saints 
  • Shriek! If You Know What Happened Last Friday the 13th
 
yes, its mostly comedies because they fill my emotional void
#14 Posted by Cube (4366 posts) -

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)

#15 Posted by JJWeatherman (14557 posts) -

Zoolander or The Animal. 
 
I was a strange child, but I regret nothing.

#16 Posted by SpiralStairs (1020 posts) -

All the pixar films.

#17 Posted by Coombs (3449 posts) -
How the Grinch Stole Christmas,  The original cartoon. 
 
I have seen that movie at least once a year (usually more) since I was 1-2 years old 
So I have seen this movie literally hundreds of time, Possibly over a thousand.
#18 Posted by Ravenousrattler (1417 posts) -

office space, they kept showing it on tv and i watch it every time, also christmas story.

#19 Posted by Red (5994 posts) -

Toy Story probably.

#20 Posted by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Toy Story as they're the only VHS tapes I had as a kid.

#21 Edited by supermike6 (3540 posts) -

Other than kid's movies, probably Help! I love the Beatles, and I love this movie's ridiculousness. I find some new joke every time. 
 
Also: Muppet Christmas Carol. It's my go-to Christmas film.

#22 Posted by JoeyRavn (4948 posts) -

Die Hard!

#23 Posted by Vinchenzo (6192 posts) -

The Santa Clause, A Christmas Story, and Elf. I racked up so many views because I like watching Christmas movies during the season while I'm playing games.

#24 Posted by DjCmeP (1148 posts) -

Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Terminator 2 & Home Alone (I watch it every Christmas).

#25 Posted by EvilKatarn (465 posts) -

Mafia! and Return of the Jedi.

#26 Posted by AhmadMetallic (18955 posts) -
@JJWeatherman said:

" Zoolander "

#27 Posted by Bolthor (86 posts) -

Probably The Big Lebowski or Toy Story.

#28 Posted by Three0neFive (2287 posts) -

Probably Office Space.
 
God, that's such a great movie.

#29 Posted by Zzzleepy (162 posts) -

Die Hard.

#30 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -

Well, when I was a kid I watched the pokemon movie many times. More recently I have seen Spaceballs 30 times easily, Die Hard about 10...actually I think that all of my movies have been mentioned.  Oh, Donnie Darko. My favorite movie.

#31 Posted by dpedal1 (191 posts) -

Almost Famous

#32 Posted by chubisaur (32 posts) -

Probably a tie between Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away. The New Star Trek movie is pretty high up there too. 
 
When I was like eight I used to watch Jumanji like three times every single day, so that probably beats out everything else lol.

#33 Posted by mattjam3000 (434 posts) -

I watch Robocop and Starship Troopers monthly. My 3rd pick would be Band of Brothers, although not a movie I also watch this monthly

#34 Posted by LlamaLlama (174 posts) -

Probably Fellowship of the Ring followed up by a New Hope. There was a time where I could tell you what was going on in FotR by the soundtrack.
#35 Posted by zombie2011 (4968 posts) -

Dumbo.  
 
My dad told me i would watch that movie every day when i was a kid.

#36 Posted by GunnBjorn (2911 posts) -

T2 is obviously the obligatory movie to mention, but yeah, that wowed more people on the planet than any other. 
A little less predictable title for me is Amelie and Saving Private Ryan. 
Oh, and of course Akira! 
I still have the VHS Collector's Edition, but it's completely unwatchable now, so many times I've seen it. 
#37 Posted by BaneFireLord (2909 posts) -

The Truman Show, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and Ratatouiile.

#38 Posted by Management (596 posts) -

Toy Story 1
 
Watched that movie a crap ton when I was a kid

#39 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (8698 posts) -

Goldeneye.
 
I rented that every week.
I blame Pierce's accent.

#40 Posted by Cold_Wolven (2210 posts) -

Terminator 2 and Aliens I have watched more than enything else.
#41 Posted by Sly_Ry (155 posts) -

A few of them have been mentioned (Robocop, Terminator, Fight Club etc). But there's only two movies I know for sure that I've seen a ridiculous amount of:

'Starship Troopers' and 'A View to a Kill'.  
 
I know. 

#42 Posted by Thevamp25 (229 posts) -

Monty Python and the holy grail

#43 Posted by Warfare (1632 posts) -

 The Goonies. 

#44 Posted by caduceus (53 posts) -
Star Wars: A New Hope easily.
#45 Posted by NathHaw (2760 posts) -
@valrog said:
" Home Alone "
This is what I was going to say.  I used to watch it a lot when I was a kid.
#46 Posted by DiscoDuck8k (499 posts) -

Jurassic Park

#47 Posted by Raymayne (1226 posts) -

Fight Club 
A Clockwork Orange 
Full Metal Jacket 
Star Wars 4-6

#48 Posted by Supermarius (1196 posts) -

Dogma, The Fifth Element, or maybe Demolition Man

#49 Posted by Diamond (8634 posts) -

Ghostbusters, first VHS I had as a kid

#50 Posted by bartok (2420 posts) -

Toss up between Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Aladdin, and Ghostbusters. I find the older I get the less I want to watch a movie over and over again. Unless I am sharing it with somebody who has never seen it before.