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03 May 2012, 3:29 pm

Doubt i've gotten over 30 viewings for any movie since about age 7, before then there were a few things that might have exceeded 200, a "thomas the tank engine" video when I was very young, a Manchester united video, highlights of 94-95 season and an early Jackie chan movie called spiritual kung fu, though my VHS copy was called karate ghostbuster..
Nowadays though I'd be utterly unbearable if I watched anything that often. I would converse in the style of the movie, think in terms of it and relate most things to it..
Later films that got to near 30 would be pulp fiction, highlander, the warriors, terminator 2.. pfft I dunno tend to watch not more than 2 a day now.



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03 May 2012, 5:38 pm

See a movie 200 times? That's REALLY a stretch. The films I've seen the most times are:
Finding Nemo
Amadeus
Beauty & The beast
Pulp Fiction.

You know you've seen a movie a lot when you can recite everyone's line!



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03 May 2012, 6:15 pm

Films that I've seen over 200 times:

Bambi
All Dogs Go to Heaven
The Land Before Time
The Little Mermaid
The Lion King
Certain Shirley Temple movies
Cinderella
Dumbo
Pocahontas
Kindergarten Cop
Dirty Dancing
Home Alone
Peter Pan
The Wizard of Oz
The Sound of Music
Mary Poppins
Thirteen
The Phantom of the Opera
Stepmom
Hook
E.T
Cruel Intentions
The Ring
Beauty and the Beast



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05 May 2012, 2:08 am

200 is too high for me but there are definitely movies that I've watched so many times that I've lost count.

Also when I was in high school (I guess as a coping mechanism to the bullying) I would get fixated on a certain favorite movie and watch it every day for a month and then switch to another. It was comforting.

In general though I try not to watch a movie as often as I'd like because I feel it somehow diminishes it for me in a way that I can't really explain.



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09 May 2012, 7:35 pm

The Bourne Identity


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10 May 2012, 7:01 am

I've lost count how many times I've seen.

Muriel's Wedding:
Grease:
Abba the movie;
The Lion King:
Born Free/living free: