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2015/01/12 12:01:18 (permalink)
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The film you've seen most times....

In contrast to the thread about major films you haven't seen.
Despite having a penchant for subtitles and european films that don't really end properly, I'd have to say that the film I've seen the most number of times is....
 
Taken
 
as in 'I will find you. I will kill you'.
 
Also up there, and with rather more credibility are Withnail & I and It's A Wonderful Life
 
 
 
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Re: 2015/01/12 12:21:13 (permalink)
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Unsure, I've seen the polar express every week now for a long time
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Re: 2015/01/12 12:26:51 (permalink)
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Easily The Spy Who Loved Me. My favourite of the classic bonds.
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Re: 2015/01/12 12:31:04 (permalink)
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Funny you mention Taken...watched it again last night, have probably seen in 5 or 6 times now. Such a great film!
 
Also seen Gladiator around the same number of times, another fave.
 
The one I have seen the most though is probably The Business (with Danny Dyer and Tamer Hassan) - I think I've watched it about 15 times now, never fails to amuse...love all the 80s outfits, cars and music etc.
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Re: 2015/01/12 12:31:09 (permalink)
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Hmm lots of the bonds but I guess that will be the same for most Blokes of a certain age. That aside the one film I watch again and again is The Ghost and the Darkness based on a true story about man eating lions in Africa. 

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Re: 2015/01/12 12:37:20 (permalink)
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Hmm lots of the bonds but I guess that will be the same for most Blokes of a certain age. That aside the one film I watch again and again is The Ghost and the Darkness based on a true story about man eating lions in Africa. 




Not a bad film that, seen it a few times

 



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Re: 2015/01/12 12:40:25 (permalink)
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I think the 5 films I have watched the most would be
 
Trading Places
Goodfellas
Usual Suspects
Shawshank Redemption
Full Metal Jacket

 



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Re: 2015/01/12 12:46:06 (permalink)
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Big Trouble in Little China.
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Re: 2015/01/12 12:46:17 (permalink)
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I have lost count of the following films;
Cars
Cars 2
Monsters inc
Monsters Uni
All 3 Toy Stories
Lego Movie
Planes
Nightmare Before Xmass
Up
Flushed Away
Wallace and Gromit stuff

The list could go on lol
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Re: The film you've seen most times.... 2015/01/12 13:10:52 (permalink)
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Jaws.
My dad took me to see this when I was 10 and it scared me to death.
It became mine (and my dad's) all-time favourite film and I would regularly watch it with him for many years after.
It's nothing to do with the big rubber shark. It's the story, the direction and the fantastic acting of the three main characters which makes it a classic.

My dad passed away a few years ago on Jan 26th,and I make it my promise to watch Jaws on that night each year now. Memories.
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Re: The film you've seen most times.... 2015/01/12 13:44:30 (permalink)
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Jaws.
My dad took me to see this when I was 10 and it scared me to death.
It became mine (and my dad's) all-time favourite film and I would regularly watch it with him for many years after.
It's nothing to do with the big rubber shark. It's the story, the direction and the fantastic acting of the three main characters which makes it a classic.

My dad passed away a few years ago on Jan 26th,and I make it my promise to watch Jaws on that night each year now. Memories.



Same. The one film I always watch when it's on TV, never get bored of it.
 
Others would be
 
Superman 1,2,3
Raiders of the Lost Ark/Temple of Doom
The Karate Kid
Moonraker
Commando
The Running Man
The Terminator
 
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Re: The film you've seen most times.... 2015/01/12 13:46:06 (permalink)
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Watched it many many times. If its on i watch it and still not tired of it.

 







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Re: Re: 2015/01/12 13:46:42 (permalink)
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Easily The Spy Who Loved Me. My favourite of the classic bonds.

Mine too!
Time for another reminiscence....
In the summer of 1977 I was 12 and two cinemas in Hull which were at opposite sides of the road were showing The Spy Who Loved Me and Star Wars respectively. They had both opened within a week of each other and I basically joined the queue which was shorter - the Bond film.
This decided my future love of everything Bond and perhaps why I was never particularly into Star Wars. These days I virtually only visit the cinema when a new Bond movie is released.
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Re: 2015/01/12 13:59:38 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby gavin882 2015/01/12 15:08:17
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I used to watch human traffic every weekend before I went out and got mangled, then during the come down it would be fear and loathing Las Vegas
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Re: 2015/01/12 14:02:36 (permalink)
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Probably some Schwarzenegger movie for me. Watched them all when I was a kid and continue to watch them to this day whenever I turn on the TV and one is on.
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Re: 2015/01/12 14:05:04 (permalink)
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Excluding kids movies
 
Terminator 2
Predator 2
Mallrats
Deep Blue Sea
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Re: 2015/01/12 14:08:31 (permalink)
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I would only be guessing but I think it's probably Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. 
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Re: 2015/01/12 14:13:38 (permalink)
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Yeah quite a few for me aswell -
Tombstone
The Punisher
Superman 3
Kickboxer
Bloodsport
Death Warrant

As you can see I'm a connoisseur of fine movies 😄

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Re: The film you've seen most times.... 2015/01/12 14:30:55 (permalink)
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Enter the dragon
Fist of fury
Once upon a time in china
Up in smoke
Rockers
Mr jolly lives next door
Weird science
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Re: The film you've seen most times.... 2015/01/12 14:34:51 (permalink)
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Obviously pumping iron too countless times but thats a doc. Arnold the comeback a.k.a total rebuild. Superstars of muscle starring mike quiin, mike christian berry de may etc and lee haneys totalee awesome workout videos oh yeah!!!
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