Name 5 films you have seen 5 times

Ben Hur
Children of Heaven (Iranian)
Bells of St. Mary
It’s a Wonderful Life
A Christmas Story


Five more…

A Tree Grows In Brooklyn
Captains Courageous
The Incredibles
True Grit (2010 version)

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Lol, I must be the odd one out. I very rarely watch the same movie twice!


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Definitely all of the Python movies …

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I saw this movie for the first time on Netflix recently. It is pretty funny, my favorite scene is the killer white rabbit, that was really something!

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Same here. I’ve never watched the same movie five times.


Battlefield earth
Speed 2
Jack and Jill
Sharknado 4
Madea’s family reunion

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Babette’s Feast has a wonderful tie-in to the gospel, doesn’t it?

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I don’t often watch movies that many times, but I did manage to come up with 5

Groundhog Day
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Rear Window
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory


I worked at a video store when I was younger…sorry…dating myself here…but we could play movies in the store but had to be PG… so when I worked I just ran Monty Python over and over and over and over…

Life of Brian is PG? It has full-frontal nudity! Or was that edited out?

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The Incredibles
Finding Nemo
Lilo and Stitch
Cars 2
Toy Story (all 4)
Lion King
Big Hero 6

Yes, I have kids. It has been painful.
Not just 5 times for each.
At least 20.


Alright, my second 5… :joy:

Beauty and the Beast (Disney)

The Lion King (Disney)


A Christmas Carol (Alistair Sim)

To Kill a Mockingbird

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Lots, but picking 5 out of a hat blindfolded:

Apollo 13
Remember the Titans
Auntie Mame
The Trouble With Angels
Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House

  1. The Wizard of Oz: The first film I ever saw, when I was two-years-old. I don’t remember having seen it at that time but my parents said I was terrified of the Wicked Witch of the West. Must have seen this film more times than any other with the possible exception of The Ten Commandments.

  2. The Ten Commandments: Another classic film that I must have seen dozens of times.

  3. The Graduate: I saw this film in the movie theater when it first came out and I was a teenager, and I never tire of seeing it again when it appears on TCM.

  4. Psycho: I saw this Alfred Hitchcock thriller in the movie theater with my parents when I was a child. (They took me along with them to see movies of this kind. Weird, no?) Have seen it several times since then.

  5. Annie Hall: I saw this Woody Allen gem several times, and, like many of his earlier films, I always enjoy seeing it again. My favorite of all his films is Radio Days, but it is not shown that often.

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Another five:

Wall Street
Animal House
The Natural

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I love “Mr. Blandings builds his dream house.” One thing though, I didn’t see his New York apartment as small. It had a dining room and maid’s quarters!

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  1. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  2. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
  3. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
  4. L.A. Story
  5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Sorry, it was the Holy Grail… :slight_smile:

I’m sure there are more, but these come immediately to mind:
It’s a Wonderful Life
Kingdom of Heaven
Nightmare Before Christmas

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