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AzureKiteUsagi

Sorrow has left me here.
For me, my top three movies that I've watched so many times that I can't keep count anymore are:

1. Sweeney Todd
- I LOVE the score and lyrics of this film (and musical). I hadn't intended on watching it from the day it came out until last year just because I thought musicals weren't my style. This film proved me wrong.

2. Repo! the Genetic Opera
- Again, another musical but I wasn't aware of it until maybe 2013 or 2014. LOVED it, though I know it's not perfect. In fact, the ending doesn't make a lot of sense, but it's still nostalgic and fun to watch. I highly recommend it (and Sweeney Todd) if you're into blood/light gore/dark themes.

3. Legend of the Guardians: the Owls of Ga'Hoole
- Okay. Hold onto your hats/tails, cause this film is on some other level. Think Lord of the Rings meets Avengers. But with owls. This film is based on a series of books (that I immediately went out and purchased not long after I watched the film) and if you like Harry Potter/LotR/Game of Thrones type of media, but with animals, you'd love this series. Sadly, this is the only movie they made that is a summary of the first three books. But it is damn gorgeous to look at - this film came out in like 2010 and I'm just...in awe at the level of detail.

I have all of these movies on dvd and have watched them on Netflix/HBO/Hulu/On Demand for a ridiculous amount of times. Like, we're talking maybe over 53 views per movies. Idk, I lost count a while back. Anyway! I cannot stress just how much I recommend people to watch these films.
Has anyone else seen them?
Thoughts?

Let me know what you guys can't stop watching!! :D
 

Arnak

Off the bench
The mummy.

I enjoy movies where magic is the predominant force. Mix that with my interest in ancient Egypt and a awesome final battle. Imhotep is partially the inspiration behind my sonas clothing choose
 

AzureKiteUsagi

Sorrow has left me here.
The mummy.

I enjoy movies where magic is the predominant force. Mix that with my interest in ancient Egypt and a awesome final battle. Imhotep is partially the inspiration behind my sonas clothing choose
That was a good movie, though I've only watched it a few times growing up.

Have you watched the Prince of Egypt?
 

AzureKiteUsagi

Sorrow has left me here.
when i was younger i watched the lion king 2 every day during the summer. i don't know why, it was just a feel good movie for me
Haha didn't we all? The soft, warm tones probably made people feel good. The music was good too, and is actually one of the few direct to vhs/dvd sequels that Disney made that I enjoy.
 

AzureKiteUsagi

Sorrow has left me here.
I've seen Tron, Star Wars (A New Hope), & Watership Down more times than I can count as a kid but the one I've watched even more is Aliens. Just love the creature design and Sigourney Weaver is amazing.

Aw, I still haven't seen either Tron movies lol I should. Also, Watership Down was something I never had the opportunity to watch until I well into 2015. Classic! I need to finish the book. I've heard Aliens is really good as well. :]
 

Trndsttr

Yeet
Going to be honest, I’ve watched Aristocats a lot. Mostly when I was younger, but I still watch it from time to time. Don’t know how many times but it’s far far too many to count, I’m sure it’s up in the hundreds based on the frequency I watched it in as a kid, and I’m not exaggerating. I would watch that movie like everyday
 

RossTheRottie

Movie Buff, Aquascapist, Hack Writer
Some of the highest view counts must be Alien and The Terminator. They're just perfect. The soundtrack perfectly conveys the atmosphere and emotional content the movie is trying to get across, the cinematography is superb, the script tells a tight story that makes sense, the direction is no-frills and includes only what is necessary, and by and large the practical effects are interesting and mostly believable.

However, the movie I've seen the most is, without question, The Princess Bride. I don't even need to watch it anymore, I know every single line and scene from that movie. I just love it so much. We had a decent collection VHS tapes when we were kids, but I'm pretty sure we wore that one out eventually. If you need me to tell you why or if you don't like this movie then I'd have to ask if you have a sense of humor and if there is indeed a human heart beating in your chest.
 

MosquitoBeest

Small but Mighty
Jurassic Park (I was like 5 and used to quote along with the movie. Went to Universal Studios when I was 5 and was so happy to take a picture in front of the Jeep), The Mummy (w/Brendan Fraser), Twister (my favorite guilty pleasure movie. Made me want to be a storm chaser), Beauty and the Beast (animated), The Land Before Time
 

AceQuorthon

International Man Of Mystery
1. Happy Feet, absolutely loved that movie when I was little
2. Blade Runner, had to watch it several times because the whole family got interested in it one by one. It’s fine though since the movie is a masterpiece.
3. Lord Of The Rings trilogy, because it’s my favorite movies of all time c:
 

Trndsttr

Yeet
1. Happy Feet, absolutely loved that movie when I was little
2. Blade Runner, had to watch it several times because the whole family got interested in it one by one. It’s fine though since the movie is a masterpiece.
3. Lord Of The Rings trilogy, because it’s my favorite movies of all time c:
Me and my brother used to stand and tap our feet in the floor as fast as we possibly could in an attempt to imitate the happy feet penguin. I remember that movie lol
 
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