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January 17, 2012 by , under Films, FILMS - 2006+, Films 2012.



What films have you seen at least THIRTY times, and, WHY?


Leave your answers here!  (Many were originally posted on Facebook):



  • Dave JoachimBlues Brothers……….. good movie, great music.

    8 hours ago · · 1
  • Stu BechtelNemo…. love the grandbabies & seen it plenty of times.

    8 hours ago · · 1
  • Sonya HarmonJaws. I know, I know … but it’s not about the shark. The cinematography is gorgeous, and I love the relationship between Brody and his wife, as well as his camaraderie with Quint and Hooper. Go ahead. Judge away. LOLAlso? The Color Purple. No explanation necessary.

    8 hours ago · · 3
  • Pat Schoff GraggThe Wizard Of Oz. Brings back childhood memories from when we couldn’t watch it whenever we wanted, it was on once a year (signaling the start of the Christmas season). My sister, brother, and I would get soooo excited! Freshly bathed, in our pj’s, laying on the floor in front of the tv. My family was fond of Brach’s Malted Milk Balls (not the imposter, Whoppers), and as the music started we would hear mom dividing the bag into 5 bowls. Plink, plink, plink, plink, plink, pause, repeat. Goosebumps!

    7 hours ago · · 1
  • Eric HauseI’m with Sonya. Best adventure flick ever made.

    6 hours ago · · 1
  • Nancy Noll KolinskiThe Fifth Element: great writing + acting, so creative, amazing design – so much to look at!

    6 hours ago · · 1
  • FUTURES AntiquesI am LOVING this!! Go go go!!! Now I’ll add one of mine: “Eraserhead” by David Lynch.

    4 hours ago · · 1
  • FUTURES AntiquesOkay, Pat is right about “The Wizard of Oz”, and yes, I’m right there with the malted milk balls, too!

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES AntiquesLet me think… a THIRD would be… “Metropolis” by Fritz Lang.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES AntiquesA FOURTH would be “It’s a Wonderful Life”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES AntiquesA FIFTH would be… “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES AntiquesSixth, and in NO particular order by the way, “A Christmas Story”.

    4 hours ago · · 1
  • FUTURES Antiques‎”Little Fugitive”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES AntiquesI’m working my way towards 3-0 with “Napolean Dynamite” I think…

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES Antiques‎”Lolita” – second version, 1997.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES Antiques‎”The Last Picture Show”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES Antiques‎”Hud”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • FUTURES Antiques‎”Harold and Maude”.

    4 hours ago ·
  • Andrew RobertsGood movies are like great comfort food, evocative of time, place and memories of friends and family.

    3 hours ago · · 1
  • Lisa MerninAnimal House, pure stupid fun!

    2 hours ago · · 1
  • Lisa MerninAlso, It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, Wizard of Oz

    2 hours ago ·
  • Lisa MerninGroundhog Day – duh!

    2 hours ago ·
  • Lisa MerninThe Sound of Music – yeah, a musical

    2 hours ago ·
  • Lisa MerninThe Shawshank Redemption

    2 hours ago ·
  • Lisa MerninPlatoon

    2 hours ago ·


Oh yes!  “Animal House”!

Yes!  “Groundhog Day”!

And, “The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser”.

And, “The Long, Long Trailer”.

And, “Fistful of Dollars”.

And, “Annie Hall”.

And, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”,

And, “The Bridge on the River Kwai”,

And, “Lord of the Flies” (1963),

And, “Fail Safe”,

And, “Aguirre, the Wrath of God”,

And, “Waiting for Guffman”,

And, “Come Back Little Sheba”,

And, “The Grapes of Wrath”,

And, “Avalon”,

And, “Blow Up”,

And, “The Elephant Man”,

And, “The Life of Brian”,

And, “Anchoress”,

And, “Shane”,

And, “To Kill a Mockingbird”,

And, “Platoon”,

And, “On the Waterfront”,

And, “The Thin Red Line” (1998),

And, “Midnight Cowboy”,

And, “Anchorman – the Legend of Ron Burgandy”,

And, “Apocalypse Now”,

And, “The Miracle Worker” (1962),

And, “Dr. Strangelove”,

And, “Exotica”,

And, “The Secret of Roan Inish”,

And, “Tender Mercies”,

And, “Manhattan”,

And, “Schindler’s List”,

And, “The Last Temptation of Christ”,

And, “Lawrence of Arabia”,

And, “Edward Scissorhands”,

And, “Big Fish”,

And, “Flirting with Disaster”,

And, “Taxi Driver”,

And, “High Fidelity”,

And, “2001: A Space Odyssey”,

And, “Summer of ’42”,

And, …

  • Pat Schoff GraggCool Hand Luke. Cuz Paul Newman was HOT!!!

    8 hours ago ·