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    Quote Quoting Dukefrukem (view post)
    Might would look something like

    1. Ghostbusters
    2. Army of Darkness
    3. The Mummy (1999)
    4. The Matrix (I watched the shit out of this on DVD and just had it playing in the background)
    5. Fight Club
    6. Die Hard with a Vengeance
    7. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    8. Return of the Jedi
    9. Greatest Showman
    10. Avengers
    1. Spaceballs
    2. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    3. Fight Club
    4. Original Star Wars Trilogy
    5. Back to the Future trilogy
    6. Batman Begins
    7. Batman
    8. Aliens
    9. Predator
    10. Hunt for Red October

    11. Akira

    I love Akira so much that I avoid watching it too much so I can continue to be amazed by how great it is.

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    When I was a teen and missed a year of school, I watched Blade and Starship Troopers on a neverending loop.

    I've seen Young Frankenstein more than 100 times.

    In 2005 I watched Oldboy every night for a month.

    Most of the Bond films pre-Craig I have seen more than 100 times each.

    Also a selection of horror films that Jen and I watch several times a year every year (Evil Dead, Halloween, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, a handful of Argento and Bava stuff).
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    I forgot The Shining.

    And I probably should add Do The Right Thing. I watch it almost yearly.

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    The Shining and The Thing would be tops for me, too, especially since I frequently sleep to them on repeat.
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    I probably should have Chinese Connection and Fist of Fury on there.

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    Quote Quoting Dukefrukem (view post)
    Might would look something like

    1. Ghostbusters
    2. Army of Darkness
    3. The Mummy (1999)
    4. The Matrix (I watched the shit out of this on DVD and just had it playing in the background)
    5. Fight Club
    6. Die Hard with a Vengeance
    7. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    8. Return of the Jedi
    9. Greatest Showman
    10. Avengers
    Replace Greatest Showman with the Burbs or the Thing.
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    The Princess Bride is definitely my #1. After that itís probably Wall-E, Stranger than Paradise, and the Wind in the Willows. Oh, and Star Wars.

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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    Is that the Japanese one or the 1986 one? I like both.

    The Florida Project is great but man what a hard flick to get through. The ending made me tear up a little.
    While there's a lot to tear up on - there's also a lot to smile on! The scene where the two girls are under a tree while the rain is falling - that's got to be one of the greatest shots in all of cinema - and I loved the ending! There is a lot of hope if you can see it.
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    Quote Quoting quido8_5 (view post)
    Japanese. Intrigued by the 1986. Is it also campy and more comedy than horror? I'd be interested to see more horror-first take.

    The Florida Project is a punch in the gut. One of those "starts bad and gets worse and worse" type stories. Still, fantastic film. I may actually prefer Tangerine, though. Will never cease to be amazed that it was made on an iPhone.
    The 1986 one is campy, comedic, has lots of horror movie elements and while not as crazy as the 1977 Japanese flick it's still pretty nuts imo. I need to see Tangerine at some point.
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    Quote Quoting Yxklyx (view post)
    While there's a lot to tear up on - there's also a lot to smile on! The scene where the two girls are under a tree while the rain is falling - that's got to be one of the greatest shots in all of cinema - and I loved the ending! There is a lot of hope if you can see it.
    Oh no that's very true. And the ending is insanely moving. Plus I loved Willem Dafoe's character celebrating getting the power back on. That part made me smile.
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    Hmm movies seen the most times.

    1. Jurassic Park
    2. The Wizard of Oz
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. The Big Lebowski
    5. *Insert pre 1990s Bond film here*
    6. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
    7. Big Trouble In Little China
    8. Halloween 78
    9. Night of the Living Dead 68
    10. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    I need to see Tangerine at some point.
    It's worth a watch as a no-budget expirament, but I don't see myself revisiting.

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    The Shining and Blade 2 for me too.

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    Quote Quoting Skitch (view post)
    It's worth a watch as a no-budget expirament, but I don't see myself revisiting.
    Oh, well that still sounds good enough to me. Also I completely forgot about Holy Grail. I think my sister and I watched our VHS copy so many times I'm amazed it didn't burn out. Honorable mentions go to Godzilla vs King Kong and Night of the Creeps.
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    Horror movie edition of the same idea:

    1. Halloween 78
    2. Night of the Living Dead 68
    3. Night of the Creeps
    4. The Horror Express
    5. The Omega Man
    6. King Kong vs Godzilla
    7. Scream
    8. House on Haunted Hill (original)
    9. Tucker and Dale vs Evil
    10. Jason Takes Manhattan (really any of the 1980s Jason movies)
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    Comedy edition:

    1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    2. Dumb and Dumber
    3. Tommy Boy
    4. Groundhog Day
    5. Caddyshack
    6. Blazing Saddles
    7. Grandma's Boy
    8. Happy Gilmore
    9. Animal House
    10. Dr. Strangelove
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    Westerns:

    1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    2. Once Upon a Time in the West
    3. The Searchers
    4. El Dorado
    5. Silverado
    6. Rio Bravo
    7. The Outlaw Josey Wales
    8. The Proposition
    9. The Professionals
    10. Unforgiven
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    So weird. Yesterday I said Batman Begins is on my list of most watched (I used to be my go-to fall asleep to it, I loved it so much). Today is the day it was released in 2005. 16 years old.

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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    Westerns:

    1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    2. Once Upon a Time in the West
    3. The Searchers
    4. El Dorado
    5. Silverado
    6. Rio Bravo
    7. The Outlaw Josey Wales
    8. The Proposition
    9. The Professionals
    10. Unforgiven
    1. Dances with Wolves
    2. My Name is Nobody
    3. Three Amigos
    4. Maverick
    5. Blazing Saddles
    6. Once Upon a Time in the West
    7. Quigly Down Under
    8. Hidalgo
    9. Open Range
    10. Nobody is Still My Name

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    DFA takin' it to the next level! Imma' have to think about some of those genre specific categories. I also realized that I've watched My Neighbor Totoro about 12 times in the last two years, so that is probably creeping up there (I had seen it maybe twice before that).
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    Is MC familiar with the My Name is Nobody films? Or that comedy duo? If not, shame.

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    I'm not sure about the order, but I'm positive I've seen these movies at least 6-7 times:

    1. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    2. The Big Lebowski
    3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    4. Jurassic Park
    5. Shrek

    My dad claims I made him watch Aladdin with me dozens of times but I have no memory of that.

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    Quote Quoting Skitch (view post)
    Is MC familiar with the My Name is Nobody films? Or that comedy duo? If not, shame.
    Is there more than one film? Because I've seen My Name Is Nobody and it is great. Bud Spencer isn't in it though.

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    Oops, my bad, i think it's They Call Me Trinity. That's the one I've seen a ton. They made so many movies I get them confused lol.

    Also Trinity is Still my Name.

    Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are genius.
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    Quote Quoting StanleyK (view post)
    I'm not sure about the order, but I'm positive I've seen these movies at least 6-7 times:

    1. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    2. The Big Lebowski
    3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    4. Jurassic Park
    5. Shrek

    My dad claims I made him watch Aladdin with me dozens of times but I have no memory of that.
    Sounds like he sure does. :-) That's one reason why Totoro will soon eclipse many others... And Moana isn't far behind. Whatever, they're all great movies.
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