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  • What movie have you watched more than any other?

    What movie have you watched more times than any other, and how many times have you watched it? Doesn't necessarily have to be your favorite, doesn't necessarily have to be a Disney film and doesn't necessarily have to be by choice. Could be the movie your kid(s) love to watch all the time.

    Mine is Emperor's New Groove. It's my 5 year old's favorite. Lost count on how many times I've watched it, but would guess at something like 20. I don't mind though; it's pretty funny even the 20th time around! "Squeaker squeak squeak squeaken." :lol:


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    I would have to say that it's Pirates of the Caribean.
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    • #3
      Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
      Where the hell is my cappuccino?! I need moooreee!

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      • #4
        It's tie - How to Marry a Millionaire and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
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        • #5
          When Harry Met Sally, Mary Poppins, Some Like It Hot, Citizen Kane, Robin Hood (a la Disney, the keen 70s one.)

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          • #6
            Labyrinth, star wars, harry potter 1-3, donnie darko, elvira!!!!

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            • #7
              I have seen Lady & The Tramp too many times to count, Pirates at least 20 times and Gone with the Wind probably about 40 times.
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              • #8
                Due to my kids Toy Story

                Combined Addiction(theirs and mine)Lilo & sTitch, Emperor's New Groove, Sleeping Beauty & Rugrats the Movie

                My Own Personal Addiction-Grease, Steel Magnolias, Friday, Star Wars, Fast Times & Dazed & Confused.



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                • #9
                  POTC, Moulin Rouge, Princess Bride, Ever After

                  Just typing those makes me want to watch them right now!
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                  • #10
                    Probably any of the Star Wars original trilogy films, Fast Times, Tron, Raiders, 48 Hours, Animal House, Emperor's NG.....

                    Hard to know what I've seen the most times.....but those are the front runners.
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                    • #11
                      Disney's Peter Pan, Dumbo, Aladdin, the Breakfast Club, and Titanic (gets to me every time when Jack....)
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                      • #12
                        Moulin Rouge!
                        "The hills are alive~ with the sound of music..." Sigh. Ewan McGregor is so dreamy!
                        I lurk.

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                        • #13
                          Mary Poppins, Emperor's New Groove, Enemy of the State, Indy Trilogy, Empire Strikes Back, A Bridge to Far 1969, I actually visited this city in Holland, Arnhem and Oosterbeek. Disneyland Dvd(Treasures)
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                          • #14
                            Peewees Big Adventure

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                            • #15
                              Moulin Rouge and The Haunting (1999) at around six viewings each. I don't watch movies over and over and over too much, It has to be a great film for me to see it in the theatres more then once (What lies Beneath and PotC are the only ones so far, but I'm hoping Sin City will be next!)
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