Movies you have seen the most

Ogee Oglethorpe

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So says the fella whose moniker would lead one to believe Slap Shot should be on their list :unsure:

On a totally other note, LA Guns was the very first band I saw in concert, as openers for AC/DC. Unfortunately, their lead singer was evidently drunk off his ass, they didn't put on much of a show.
Busted!!!! You know I kid because I care. Ironically, AC/DC was my first concert also; their opener was Yngwie Malmsteen. A wizard with the axe in his hands, no doubt it. Always thought he could have got more run if he played with a bigger act. Helluva guitarist though. Damn
 

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Shawshank Redemption
Remember the Titans
Ford vs Ferrari
The Martian
Diehard Series
Bourne Identity series
Legally Blonde
 


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Godfather
Ordinary People
Animal House
Goodfellas
Jerry Maguire
Kramer vs. Kramer
 

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North by Northwest
Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Jaws
Animal House
Midnight Run
Caddyshack
Blood Simple
The Big Lebowski
 


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Oof. I'll take my shot at this one.

The Abyss
Midway (original)
Starship Troopers
Galaxy Quest
Jaws
Jurassic Park
Wrath of Khan
Empire Strikes Back
 

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The movies I almost always have to watch when it is on TV:

Shawshank Redemption
Rocky IV
Caddyshack
Grumpy Old Men
 


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I grew up in the 90s and I think the movies I've seen the most were the ones that were played on repeat on TNT and TBS. They aren't necessarily my favorites.

A Few Good Men
Con Air
Young Guns 2
Point Break (the greatest movie of all time)
Forrest Gump
 



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Oof. I'll take my shot at this one.

The Abyss
Midway (original)
Starship Troopers
Galaxy Quest
Jaws
Jurassic Park
Wrath of Khan
Empire Strikes Back

Hell yeah, Starship Troopers!
 

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My list:

The Right Stuff
Star Wars (whatever the original is called)
Caddyshack
The Big Lebowski
Dazed and Confused

Almost Famous is probably closing in rather quickly.
In addition to the 2 Christmas movies I later mentioned (It's a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story), probably all of these I have also seen at least 10 times or close. Some of them I was reminded of from others lists:

Lone Star (biggest omission from my original post)
LA Confidential
The Player
Strange Brew
Trading Places
Chasing Amy
The Muppet Movie
Vacation (original)
Jerry Maguire
Hoosiers
 

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I've seen Woodstock in bits and pieces sooo many times.
me too, but I'd stop watching while people answered the phones for KTCA. It was the go to pledge drive program.
 

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In addition to the 2 Christmas movies I later mentioned (It's a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story), probably all of these I have also seen at least 10 times or close. Some of them I was reminded of from others lists:

Lone Star (biggest omission from my original post)
LA Confidential
The Player
Strange Brew
Trading Places
Chasing Amy
The Muppet Movie
Vacation (original)
Jerry Maguire
Hoosiers
That's a great list. LA Confidential and The Player are fantastic.
 





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Godfather I
Godfather II
Good Will Hunting
Rounders
Thor 3
Black Panther
Dr. Strange
Matrix
Bourne I
Boondock Saints
Dark Knight
 

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In addition to the 2 Christmas movies I later mentioned (It's a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story), probably all of these I have also seen at least 10 times or close. Some of them I was reminded of from others lists:

Lone Star (biggest omission from my original post)
LA Confidential
The Player
Strange Brew
Trading Places
Chasing Amy
The Muppet Movie
Vacation (original)
Jerry Maguire
Hoosiers
Heather Graham is ticked that I again forgot to mention both Swingers and Boogie Nights.
 




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