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Are there any movies you think you've watched way too much?
Lonnehart at 2:02PM, May 6, 2007
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I think I've finally worn out my Spaceballs DVD. -_-

I know the movie's old, but the jokes haven't aged a bit (to me anyway). :)
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Dan at 3:48PM, May 6, 2007
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I was forced to watch Finding Nemo 5 times and Remember the Titans 3 times.
“I like shooting, but I sure as hell don't like being shot at.”
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fern at 6:55PM, May 6, 2007
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Kung Pow

I laugh all the time.
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snark at 9:37PM, May 6, 2007
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Back when I was in boarding school, I fell really sick and had to stay in the school infirmary for about two weeks. They had one dvd there; The Rock.

I saw the damn thing over twenty times.
When I slept, I dreamt about the damn movie.
I could recite the entire frickkin script.

No illness should be able to do that to you!
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Hawk at 10:25PM, May 6, 2007
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I watched my favorite movie, The Incredibles, many times. But I decided I better stop before I wear out the coolness. Bring on the sequel.
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rengori at 10:28PM, May 6, 2007
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(IN ORDER) Kung Pow, Wayne's World, Spaceballs, Airplane, Spinal Tap, Forrest Gump, and Dodgeball. In a little bit Tenacious D and The Gods Must be Crazy.
Kung Pow

I laugh all the time.
Glad I'm not alone.
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artisthazzard at 5:45AM, May 7, 2007
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S.L.C Punk …. Way to many times.
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marine at 5:48AM, May 7, 2007
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Pulp Fiction. I know the entire script.
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Crazy Dutchman at 7:48AM, May 7, 2007
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I know the entire script of Toy Story :) Used to watch it on daily base as a young Dutchy, but it's still fun to watch. When I see it I always know exactly what all the characters are going to say, sometimes I even talk along with them XD

Also Batman Forever. I feel like a total oddbeat because I seem to be the only one that likes it. Sure the first and second movie were waaaaaaaay better, but Forever is so much more rewatchable. I can still watch it on daily base wihout getting bored of it :)

Monty Python's the Meaning of Life was anothet one I couldn't get bored of, but I've watched it so much that it now isn't funny anymore. I love Holy Grail about a 100 times more, but I don't have it on tape. I don't think I'll watch MoL again for a long time. Hope then it will be funny again ;)

Jurassic Park. When I used sleep over at my friend's house (again sweet childhood memories) we ALWAYS used to watch Jurassic Park before we went to sleep. I also watched every time it got broadcasted on tv and we had it on tape so I also must have watched it by myself a few times. What can I say, it's a classic.

And right now I realize that I've watched Donnie Darko waaaaaaay to many times.
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Tyrapendragon at 10:52AM, May 7, 2007
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There's a number of movies I've watched over and over.

Groundhog Day(this one just gets better every time you see it)
Princess Bride(I can quote almost the entire movie)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail(see above)
The Hobbit(Due to the fact that I went to YMCA daycare as a kid and they would show this cartoon every time they had a movie day)
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ozoneocean at 1:09PM, May 7, 2007
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Groundhog day is a good one.
Ferris Buler's day off: pure joy.
TankGirl. I don't know why, it's just fun.
Ghost in the Shell. I love it.

…I can't think of anymore right now, I'm sure there're others.
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Maxw3ll at 2:41PM, May 7, 2007
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On ABC Family, they play like the same five movies every times, so I've seen the Sixth Sense like 30 times, The Parent Trap (remake)like a million times, and Big Daddy like 20 times. I still like Big Daddy even though I've seen it a million times.
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Phantom Penguin at 6:01PM, May 7, 2007
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Boondock Saints.

Jesus we and my roomate watch it once a week at least.
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subcultured at 6:25PM, May 7, 2007
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shaun of the dead ….sooo classic
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kingofsnake at 9:19PM, May 7, 2007
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Boondock Saints, The Incredibles, and Anchorman probably top out my list

…in that order actually…
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jalford at 3:57AM, May 8, 2007
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Clerks 1.
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Memmy at 5:32PM, May 8, 2007
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Lets see…

Fight Club
Princess Bride
Lord of the Rings Trilogy

I'm sure there's some more that my friends force me to watch repeatly…
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SarahN at 7:02PM, May 8, 2007
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Shaun of the Dead.
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maritalbliss at 9:43PM, May 8, 2007
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No, I have seen all the movies I've seen exactly enough, if anything–I haven't watched them enough!
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StaceyMontgomery at 9:20AM, May 9, 2007
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I've seen “The Beast of Yucca flats” about a million times.

And Im just getting started.
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Maxw3ll at 6:06PM, May 18, 2007
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This kid in my class has seen Spidey 3 28 times…..he's an obsession freak
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Terminal at 7:21PM, May 18, 2007
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It's sad to say that I've seen Jackass: Number Two so many times that it's not really as shocking as it was the first time I saw it. It got tame but it's still funny.
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heccubus at 8:25PM, May 18, 2007
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I've seen Akira close to a dozen times or so, and I've watched both the Evil Dead and Night/Dawn/and Day of the dead trilogies more than I probably should have. I've only seen Land Of The Dead three times though.
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dark link at 10:05AM, May 19, 2007
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team america
happy gilmore
billy madison
monty python and the holy grail
street fighter 2 animated movie (the live action one sucked like shit)
final fantasy 7 advent children
I once tried to smoke lettuce. It rocked!!

Which Final Fantasy Character Are You?
Final Fantasy 7
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darknessfalls at 7:48AM, May 20, 2007
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Bram Stoker's Dracula, the one with Gary Oldman as Dracula. I've watched it a gazillion times. After that would be Elizabeth.
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dueeast at 9:20AM, May 20, 2007
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

I love it to death (Spock's, actually) but I know every single line and every single scene and nothing is a surprise. I have to wait years in-between watching it, just so I'll be able to enjoy it.

Spiderman and Spiderman 2

While I haven't watched them as much, I still have a lot of it burned in my brain. But now there's Spiderman 3, which will probably be on DVD in a month after such a successful run in the theaters so far – and it will be mine (oh, yes, it will be mine)!



Excuse me… :)
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mlai at 6:24AM, May 25, 2007
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Secret of NIMH
As a kid I watched it so many times I wore out the tape. No, it's not easy to wear out a tape, so it's no exaggeration. I can hum the entire ending orchestral by heart, even today. I'm not even a music person.

Dragon Warrior anime TV series
I watched it so many times… but it's 40 eps long so I couldn't wear out the tapes. It's from that that I went on to discover DBZ, Toriyama's true claim to fame.
BTW, since I hate his art style now, I can't stand any Dragonquest game.

Star Wars episode 1
Yes I like it better than 2 or 3. Not better, but just… more rewatchable. Reasons:
(1) I love Liam Neeson as a Jedi.
(2) I love Darth Maul.
(3) The entire movie has that “clean” look that just relaxes me, even though critics hated that look.

LotR trilogy
Self explanatory.

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gothelin at 9:01PM, June 1, 2007
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Oh, here we go:

Labyrinth (my original tape broke from wear, I now have it on DVD)
The Crow
Black Books (particularly the first season)
Ghost in the Shell
Fruits Basket (entire series)
Empire Records
Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2

Err…I'll stop now, but there are more…
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Anatak at 6:37AM, June 2, 2007
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Evil Dead Trilogy

Sin City


LotR trilogy


Shaun of the Dead

Dead Alive


Princess Mononoke

Dog Soldiers

I still watch these movies on a regular basis.
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AQua_ng at 1:26PM, June 2, 2007
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Pokemon The First Movie.

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