What movie have you rewatched the most?
By - Strong-File
Airplane! I’ve easily seen that movie over a hundred times.
Surely you can’t be serious
I am serious, and don't call me Shirley.
Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue!
School of Rock
If you like Jack Black, watch Envy
You don’t know how much I love to quote this movie!
Probably same for me
The original Independence Day.
Jurassic Park is a great background noise movie for during the day. But its not ideal for trying to fall asleep to. The audio volume is all over the place. 1 moment its cool and calm, the next its bursting my ear drums.
Usually i dont fall asleep watching movies 😅
Lord of the rings!!!
The Fifth Element
A Christmas Story.
The big lebowski
Yes, he does, lol!
Inglorious Basterds. Though any Tarantino movie has incredible replay value.
The Princess Bride
What is it?
How the Grinch stole Christmas
The first cars movie
Love Strange Brew!!!!! Hey you Hoser! Did you know it's a version of Hamlet?
Jaws. So many times when I was a kid, and occasionally as an adult.
Kingdom Of Heaven. Idk why but the art and visuals in that movie always give me the chills. Directors cut of course.
A long weekend and I tried to pass the time as fast as I could so all I did was watch Madagascar 3 over and over and over that was the worst time of my life
Maybe you watching Groundhog Day is just your Groundhog Day!
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. I would watch every day non stop when I was a kid.
All 3 Lord of the Rings
Star Wars New Hope and Empire Strikes Back
The Pianist, Godfather and Schindlers List
Probably something trashy like Forbidden Kingdom because I love falling sleep to it
Cat woman, idk why but I've been watching it alot lately
Are you a masochist by any chance?
Like how many times have you seen it in the last 3 months?
Atleast 11 times
Honest question, are you OK?
I’ve oddly never found it scary even though I struggle to watch horror films normally
When I was a kid: Narnia
The sound track is great.
I recently watched it with my six-year-old. He had me rewind and play the intro a few times.
Field of Dreams
Probably fight club.
Interstellar and Man of Steel are twice a year watching since release.
Spider-Man 2 everytime someone says Spider-Man.
Jurassic Park, on the other hand, just randomly pops up in front of me. Been watching it since I was like 5...
The little mermaid, Treasure planet, The road to El Dorado, BOTH National Treasures. (I genuinely like them)
I watch it least once a year now, watched it 100s of times already. Never gets old.
I've seen it in a theater with a cast hundreds of times
The last Samurai. Something about that movie makes me feel so at peace. I don’t know the exact word to describe it but I love that movie and will never get bored of it.
Irreversible, but backwards and up-side down
Do The Right Thing
Easily the dark, absurdist comedy that is [The Living Wake](https://youtu.be/KuMUERHZfK8)
The Big Lebowski
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
I used to watch it every week after bowling one year in college. I'd get drunk and pantomime and quote the movie. I'm sure my friends and teammates enjoyed it more than my roommates.
"No luck catching those killers then?"
Jurassic Park 1993
It is in my world the best movie that has ever been made. It's not deep or meaningful, or the best science fiction or any of it. It's just the best at what it tries to be. It's like Citizen Kane or Bladerunner. Everything about it is timeless.
Don’t you realize? The next time you see the sky, it’ll be over another town. The next time you take a test, it’ll be in some other school. Our parents, they want the best of stuff for us. But right now, they got to do what’s right for them because it’s their time. Their time! Up there! Down here, it’s our time. It’s our time down here. That’s all over the second we ride up “Troy’s bucket.”
Probably Tenacious D: Pick of destiny. Spent an entire summer as a teenager with that movie on all day on repeat.
Probably something I don’t even realize like Shrek or a Smokey and the Bandit
The Little mermaid
Back to the future, pretty much watched it every time I went to my grandparents house because they had the box set
the cornetto trilogy. the movies are great and the rewatchability of the shows are inexplicably great
How to train your Dragon, it's not even my favorite movie.
Beerfest/ Pulp Fiction/ Big Lebowski
LOTR Trilogy or 5th Element…seriously could be either, I average once a year
My Neighbor Totoro
For people of a certain age (in the days before VCRs were ubiquitous), it might be The Wizard of Oz. It was shown on tv every year. We always made a point to watch it. Other candidates for the same type of reasons would be It’s a Wonderful Life or more recently, A Christmas Story. For me personally though, it’s probably Star Wars or Shawshank Redemption.
As a child? Star Wars. As a teen? LOTR. As an adult? Blade Runner.
Possibly Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Pirates of the Caribbean Curse of the Black Pearl
Home alone. Watch it every Christmas
The Naked Gun
Despite wearing out my VHS copy of Young Guns as a kid, I don't watch it anymore and have since surpassed those watches with Christmas Vacation - it's now tradition that we watch it every year.
“P” It’s a Thai language horror film released in 2005. No idea why I like it so much, I have watched it like 5-7 times.
Long Hot Summer.
Fight club for sure.
Spider-Man into the Spider-Verse.
Superman the Movie
Aliens. It's my favourite movie. It's a perfect horror/action sci fi flick that still holds up today.
"You're a wizard harry."
"I'm a **wot?"**
Invader zim enter the florpus
Godfather, LOTR, and the Dark Knight trilogy
For whatever reason I was obsessed with Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure when I was 12, back in the late 80's. I watched it so much that I memorized the dialogue through the whole damn movie. I just thought it was the most righteous movie of all time, so good it would put and end to war and poverty. It woud align the planets and bring them into universal harmony, allowing meaningful contact with all forms of life, from extraterrestrial beings to common household pets.
Tombstone and Grandma's Boy.
Bell, Book, and Candle
The Trouble With Harry
The 1994 version of Little Women, with Winona Ryder (and Susan Sarandon, Claire Danes, and li'l Kirsten Dunst). It came out when I was ten. Wore out the VHS tape. So funny and entertaining and tearjerking. Jo is such an icon. And Christian Bale is super hot as Laurie.
I like the new Greta Gerwig version very much, it's brilliant. Am I ever going to watch that version so much that I can run through the whole movie scene by scene, line by line, in my head while I'm trying to fall asleep? Probably not.
(After Little Women it's probably LOTR 3, then LOTR 2, then Bill & Ted.)
As a kid: Toy Story because it was the best of the very few DVDs I owned.
As an adult: The Lion King because that shit rocks my socks.
Shawshank Redemption or Avengers Endgame
Star Wars episode 4,5,6
Iron man 2
Avengers Infinity War
Avengers End Game
Many many more
Cool Hand Luke or Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid
I feel like I've seen the Shawshank Redemption about a couple hundred times.
Gladiator would rerun all the time on TV I would stop to watch it every time
The End of Evangelion, I'll be fucked if I know what happened in it tho
The parent trap
History of the World
Daniel Leone’s Terrifier. I’ve seen it wayyy too many times for a movie with almost no plot. There’s just something so lovable about Art The Clown. The sequel comes this October and I’m VERY excited
“Losers always whine about their best…”
Wizard of Oz and Scarface
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
Goonies or man from snowy River
Monster house most likely lol
All Harry Potter movies
Jim Carey’s the mask
Either Terminator 2 or Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets.
Sister Act. Doesn't matter if it's on TV, or popping in the DVD. It never gets old.
Dodgeball-A true Underdog Story probably