What movies have you watched more than five times?

KashfiyaRafa Website User Posts: 1
edited February 2017 in General

Hello movie Lovers,

I just join this community to know something very special about movies and film from the experts.  

As my "Gustavo Woltmann" said this is the right platform if i wanna know special things of movie making and direction. 

So here is my first silly post for the members:

What movies have you watched over 5 times while still entertained?

Here is my list:

1. Forrest Gump
2. Sleepless in Seattle
3. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
4. Love Actually
5. Bring It O


Have a nice day :) 


  • JMcAllister
    JMcAllister Website User Posts: 599 Just Starting Out

    Off the top of my head, I'll go with...

    a. The Bourne Identity

    b. The Greatest Store In The World

    c. Chicken Run

    d. X-Men

    e. The Incredibles

    f. Love Actually

    g. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkeban

    I'm running out of steam now so I'll stop there

  • Triem23
    Triem23 Moderator Moderator, Website User, Ambassador, Imerge Beta Tester, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 18,998 Ambassador

    The original, theatrical cuts of the Original Star Wars Trilogy (not Special Editions, Prequels, Spinoffs, or EpVII) 

    Star Treks I-VI

    Monty Python's Holy Grail and Life of Brian. 

    Dr. Strangelove

    Sam Rami's Spider-Man 1 and 2.


    Top Secret! 

    Team America: World Police

    The Muppet Movie (1979)

    2001 and 2010

    Blade Runner. 

    Alien and Aliens

    The Princess Bride 

    More later. 

  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 0 Enthusiast

    1. Lord of the Rings

    2. The Hobbit

    33. Tower Heist

    4. National Treasure

    5. Toy Story 


    Those are the only ones that Im 100% sure about. But yeah in my theater I add more blurays as movies are being released. Im a HUGE fan of watching movies in 3D though. Movies like San Andreas, Journey to the Mysterious island, etc, are movies that I love, but I dont recall watching them at least 5 times each.

    Great thread! =)

  • NormanPCN
    NormanPCN Website User Posts: 4,063 Enthusiast
    edited February 2017

    Way too many to list. Listing a few and skipping the franchises, and trying to list a touch uniquely.

    • Army of Darkness
    • Double Indemnity
    • El mariachi (with Desperado double feature)
    • Galaxy Quest
    • Grosse Pointe Blank
    • Payback (Gibson)
    • Ronin (DeNiro)
    • Ruthless People
    • Snatch
    • Tremors
    • Two Mules for Sister Sara (Eastwood western is a franchise but I'll still list it)


  • Andy001z
    Andy001z Moderator, Website User, Ambassador, Imerge Beta Tester, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 2,979 Ambassador

    I think @Triem23 list pretty much covers my list also. Maybe add the Riddick.

  • Yeremyah
    Yeremyah Website User Posts: 1,000 Enthusiast

    10 Commandments - Charlton Heston

  • FilmSensei
    FilmSensei Moderator, Website User, Ambassador Posts: 2,736 Ambassador

    The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension
    The African Queen
    Die Hard
    Enter the Dragon
    Jurassic Park
    The Princess Bride
    The Quiet Man
    Rear Window
    Rio Bravo
    Star Wars (1-6)

    ...to name a few! :)

  • Charoum
    Charoum Website User Posts: 6

    Not very many...

    Enemy of the State - I watched this as a kid a lot, thought it was very well written and fascinating.
    The Matrix - Came out when I was in high school, thought it was pretty amazing (except it had too much profanity).  The sequels were horrible, though, and the Wachowski brothers have since gone loco.
    Way of the Gun - Another really good one, the characters have so much depth.  Saw this in college and loved it... you can usually pick up on something new the first few times you watch it too.  I think it's made by the same guy who made The Usual Suspects (but didn't like that one as much).

    One of my favorite more recent films of the last decade has been Headhunters, but I haven't yet watched it that many times.

    @NormanPCN - your movie choices are on point!  Payback and Galaxy Quest rank right up there in my favorites as well.  I saw them both several times, but I don't know about 5+ times.

  • iDatus
    iDatus Website User Posts: 124 Just Starting Out

    Reading the list there are some bum films in there for sure ;) but some corkers.

    Alien is ultimate but recently I watched Mr Turner a lot and still want to watch it more. And I don't like art or at least I didn't. I love JMW Turner art now for sure.

    Think the title should be older than 10 years and the last 5.

    You probably find not much gets watched a lot these days.

    PS I did love Prometheus but only on 4 watches so far. Waiting for premium OLED screen to watch it on. New LG Wallpaper fits bill, just hoping £bill isn't to high.

  • Farscape
    Farscape Website User Posts: 90
    edited February 2017

    Ha. It was funny to see a couple of my non-blockbuster favourites.

    Galaxy Quest - If ever I'm bedridden just put it on repeat.
    Army of Darkness - Slapstick at it's finest.
    Die Hard 2 - The tension when the British flight gets tricked.
    Bourne films - just because they are constant repeat when nothing else is on.
    The Thing - original version from my youth.
    Dune - floating pimply abscessed Sting's brother still scares me.
    The Soldier - with Ken Wahl. Best movie I've never seen anywhere but on the VHS tape I have.

    Added: The Man Who Would be King - Caine and Connery

  • Triem23
    Triem23 Moderator Moderator, Website User, Ambassador, Imerge Beta Tester, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 18,998 Ambassador

    Army of Darkness 

    The Thing (1982)


    Arsenic and Old Lace

    Wizard of Oz

    Toxic Avenger 1 and 4 and Troma's War! (gotta get shlock in here) 

  • BadWolfKnight
    BadWolfKnight Website User Posts: 23 Just Starting Out
    edited February 2017

    1. Lord of the rings trilogy

    2. Harry potter first three movies

    3.  Bourne Series

    4. The Incredibles

    5. Wall E

    6. Finding Nemo

    7.  The Rock (yes because one channel in India keeps playing it again and again).

    8. The Dark Knight

    9. Dil Chahta Hai (Indian Movie)


    10. Jurassic Park

    11. Die Hard 1

    Many more I don't remember.


  • Aladdin4d
    Aladdin4d Moderator Website User, Imerge Beta Tester Posts: 2,509 Enthusiast
    edited February 2017

    The Natural

    The Evil Dead Trilogy

    All Monty Python films

    Wizard of Oz


    Super Troopers

    Grosse Point Blank

    The Blues Brothers

    Dr Strangelove


    Top Secret!

    Riders of the Storm

    Citizen Kane

    A Clockwork Orange

    The Wall

    History of the World Part 1

    This is Spinal Tap

  • Stargazer54
    Stargazer54 Moderator Moderator, Website User, Ambassador, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 3,009 Ambassador

    +1 for the previous picks:

      Dr Strangelove
      Wizard of Oz
      Blues Brothers
      Galaxy Quest
      Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    Add to the list:

      Wrath of Khan
      Pulp Fiction
      The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
      Apollo 13
      Proctor & Bergman's: J-Men Forever

  • Nuwanda
    Nuwanda Website User Posts: 174
    edited February 2017

    Oh dear - there are a lot of  movies

    • Star Wars Ep. 4-6
    • Indiana Jones 1-3
    • Bladerunner
    • Alien / Aliens
    • Terminator 1&2
    • L.I.S.A. - Weird Science
    • The Breakfast Club
    • Dead Poet Society
    • Tron
    • Total Recall (1990 - Paul Verhoeven)
    • The Fisher King
    • Wall-E
    • Ferris Buller's Day off
    • Apocalypse Now
    • Dr. Strangelove
    • Pulp Fiction
    • Jackie Brown
    • From dusk till dawn
    • Desperado
    • Assassins
    • Clerks
    • The Crow
    • Stardust
    • 2001: A Space Odyssey
    • The Blues Brothers
    • Die Hard
    • The Long Kiss Goodnight
    • Ghostbusters 1&2
    • Hatari
    • The Flight of the Phoenix (from 1965)
    • Inception
    • Mostly every Monthy Phyton film


  • DanielGWood
    DanielGWood Website User, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 1,021 Just Starting Out

    I expect this list is quite long in my case, and some of the films on it are awful. Guilty pleasures, etc.

    - S.W.A.T
    - Lord of the Rings trilogy, extended and not
    - Harry Potter 3-8
    - Star Wars original trilogy
    - Die Hard 1/2
    - Most James Bond films
    - Indiana Jones 1-3
    - Jurassic Park
    - The Great Escape
    - Con Air, probably

  • sdk7
    sdk7 Website User Posts: 23 Just Starting Out
    edited February 2017

    No country for old men, walle,  up, the dark knight,  metropolis, king kong 1933,  godzilla 1954, dredd 2012,   Terminator  1 and 2. Clash of titans 1981 just for the special effects.  And The Empire Strikes Back.

  • BoJohansen
    BoJohansen Website User Posts: 21 Just Starting Out

    Very few. The original Star wars movies, the first Alien movie and Brazil.

  • davidroad
    davidroad Website User Posts: 8
    edited February 2020

     It's a pity that such a great thread hasn't updated for so long time!

    Now my top 3 horror movies of 2018 that I already watched a couple of times and recommend watching to everybody!

    1. The Meg (2018)

    It is a great film and the end is awesome. Worth the watch! 

    2. A Quiet Place (2018)

    Totally enjoyed this one and I pray they make a sequel!

    3. Halloween (2018)

    Jamie Lee Curtis is a complete badass!

    Favorite Shows that I watch more than 5 times lol:
    1. Game of Thrones
    2. The Walking Dead
    3. The Flash

    I just love [this removed illegal link] that I'm currently using for managing my movie collection.


    Thanks for the nice thread!


  • davidroad
    davidroad Website User Posts: 8

    Sorry I don't know how to quote a message here...


    1. Forrest Gump - Awesome movie but watching 5 times? Not for me!
    2. Sleepless in Seattle - definitely a great movie, classic!
    3. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - never watched, really
    4. Love Actually - great movie
    5. Bring It O - never watched)



  • HeySiri
    HeySiri Website User Posts: 382 Just Starting Out

    I'd say...


    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    The Dark Knight

    Avengers: Infinity War

    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (my guilty pleasure movie)

    and last but not least:


  • triforcefx
    triforcefx United StatesModerator, Website User Posts: 1,158 Moderator

    Ooohhh look at HeySiri with his controversial films... Especially that last one ;)

    Since I'm here, I'll weigh in... In no particular order:


    The Incredibles

    Star Wars Original Trilogy

    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Extended Editions (I've actually never seen the theatrical releases)

    The Princess Bride

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    The Emperor's New Groove

    Harry Potter 1-7

    Star Trek: Wrath of Khan, The Voyage Home, First Contact, 2009


  • FilmSensei
    FilmSensei Moderator, Website User, Ambassador Posts: 2,736 Ambassador

    My partial list...

    • The Original Star Wars Trilogy
    • Raiders of the Lost Ark
    • Jaws
    • Rocky
    • Bringing Up Baby
    • Rear Window
    • Rio Bravo
    • Enter the Dragon
    • The Seven Samurai
    • Die Hard (Every Christmas!)
    • The Blues Brothers
    • 2001: A Space Odyssey
    • Airplane!
    • Blazing Saddles
    • High Noon
    • Ghost Busters
    • Blade Runner
    • The Princess Bride
    • Aliens
  • Palacono
    Palacono Website User, HitFilm Beta Tester Posts: 3,445 Enthusiast
    edited March 2019

    Aliens reminds me of a guy I used to work with who had a shaved head and in the winter would wear a tight beany hat that was made in 6 segments, which means it had 6 seams that pushed into his head during his journey in. For about 30 minutes after he took it off his head looked like an egg from Alien.  After a few weeks of 'jokes' about it he changed his hat... He also hated Aliens and thought it ruined the franchise after Alien. Then Alien 3 came out... ruined further by Sigourney Weaver saying she wanted no guns in the movie, killing off Newt and Hicks and forcing a rewrite after all the cast had already had their heads shaved because the first script said they were supposed to be monks...

    I liked Aliens. "Game Over, man! Game Over!"

  • Baconbuttties
    Baconbuttties Website User Posts: 15

     Terminator 1-3 and Genisys

    Star Trek(2009 ... Into Darkness ... Beyond 

    Star Trek 2-4 and First contact

    Predator 1 and Predators




    The Thing

    Total Recall (Arnie)


    I, Robot

  • Davlon
    Davlon Website User Posts: 283 Just Starting Out
    edited March 2019

    And no one has mentioned Close Encounters of  the Third Kind?  Are you all zombies?

    I've watched it many, many times -- it's an excellent film school if  you want to learn  how to tell a story.

  • NormanPCN
    NormanPCN Website User Posts: 4,063 Enthusiast
    edited March 2019

    Brains, Brains...must have brains.

    Since I have over 200 items on DVD/Blu-ray I could do a heck of a list.

    I'll put up and oddball/unknown one.

    Zero effect. 

    I got a "Z" in the list.

  • Danyjeff
    Danyjeff Website User Posts: 13

    I'm surprised noone mentioned these great movies yet: 

    Saving private Ryan  


    The Back to the future Trilogy (had to watch at least 5 times to get every detail)

    The Silence of the Lambs

    The green Mile

    Home alone


    Guardians of the Galaxy


    Most if my other facourites have already been covered except for:

    Pick of destiny (My opinion, so shut up lol)

    School of rock (its just really entertaining)


    National Lampoon's vacation & Christmas Vacation

    Spaceballs (a must for every star wars fan)

    These may not directly fall into the category  great movies, but they are so entertaining, i can watch them 100× without getting bored 


  • blissann
    blissann Website User Posts: 8 Just Starting Out
    edited June 2020
    Quentin Tarantino, Keanu Reeves and Jason Statham.. I've already watch all movies with them more than 5 times, no doubts... I'm fan of John Wick and long time fan of The Transporter movies and series. I often check out what is recommended by a streaming site to me

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