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    39 Movies People Literally Watched More Than 7 Times Because They're Just That Good

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    Some movies are so incredible, you can’t help but watch them more than once.

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    But recently, redditor u/Sam_Holmgren took it up a notch and asked the question: "Which movie have you seen more than seven times?"

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    Fellow Reddit users shared several movies they love so much, they've probably watched them wayyy more than the average person. Here are some of the best responses:

    1. Goodfellas (1990)

    Ray Liotta and Lorraine Bracco enjoy drinks during a scene in "Goodfellas"
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    u/Ryguy55

    "...easily over 100 times."

    u/Cece2021

    2. Step Brothers (2008)

    John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell in "Step Brothers"
    Columbia Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "I've definitely seen Goodfellas and Step Brothers over 20 times each."

    u/Ryguy55

    3. Shrek 2 (2004)

    DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "A decade or so ago, my family and I moved into a new house, and we didn't have cable or internet for about a week. My sister put Shrek 2 on the day we moved in and literally would replay the movie over and over again all day long — even at night to fall asleep to. I must have watched that movie at least 20 times that week, and I'm not even mad at it. To this day, I enjoy the movie and haven't gotten tired of it."

    u/Karla_Aparicio

    4. Jurassic Park (1993)

    A huge dinosaur approaches a car during a scene in "Jurassic Park"
    MCA / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/OnceMorewLessEmotion

    "Jurassic Park might just be my most watched movie ever. Been watching that since I was 3...I'm now 30. Watched it a couple months ago."

    u/metalhead4

    5. Titanic (1997)

    Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet as Jack and Rose in "Titanic"
    20th Century Fox / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "I've memorized the dialogue by now. Oof."

    u/sivbarat

    6. The Big Lebowski (1998)

    Jeff Bridges and John Goodman in "The Big Lebowski"
    Gramercy Pictures

    u/RebelJulius

    "I worked in a bar called "Lebowskis" for two years, where we sold 12 different variations of Russians all named after characters in the movie, and the film played on our screen on repeat, all day, every day. Still love it."

    u/InSilicoRW

    "A wise man once told me: 'If you are looking to watch a movie and spend more than five minutes, you should just turn on The Big Lebowski.' This advice has never once steered me wrong."

    u/Chuck_T_Bone

    7. The Dark Knight (2008)

    Heath Ledger as The Joker in "The Dark Knight"
    Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/kshitizzz

    "Best DC movie for me!"

    u/Sam_Holmgren

    8. Groundhog Day (1993)

    Andie MacDowell and Bill Murray in a romantic embrace in "Groundhog Day"
    Columbia Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "I've watched Groundhog Day at least once a year since the movie came out, so..."

    u/Spasay

    9. Star Wars (1977)

    Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford in "Star Wars"
    20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Certainly Star Wars (aka, Episode IV). I went to see almost every showing when it came out in theaters in 1977. I think I saw it 11 times in a two-week run at the local small town theater — and again when they re-released it. Plus, however many times on HBO, and now, I own the [DVD] set."

    u/nightwing2000

    10. Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005)

    Ewan McGregor and Natalie Portman in "Star Wars: Episode III"
    20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Revenge of the Sith. Countless times — literally over 50 times, mostly when I was young."

    u/Cactus1872

    11. The Lion King

    Disney

    u/sivbarat

    "It was The Lion King for my sister and me. We have 'Hakuna Matata' memorized and have been known to randomly burst out singing it. She’s Pumbaa and I’m Timon. It’s a great partnership."

    u/AhhThatWasScary

    12. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

    Julia Stiles as Kat in "10 Things I Hate About You"
    Buena Vista Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    13. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

    Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman in "The Shawshank Redemption"
    Columbia / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/unfocsdgaze

    "Best movie ever. Decided my senior year of high school to watch it every single day to memorize every line. Then, I read the original Stephen King script against it to see the differences he envisioned. Wonderful."

    u/jazzlynlamier

    14. Tombstone (1993)

    Buena Vista Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "We had like six VHS movies as a kid, and Tombstone was one of them; absolute classic. I can still watch it, and I've [probably] watched it a few hundred times."

    u/shiny_lustrous_poo

    "I will always watch Tombstone. I have an autographed framed print with one of the marshal's badges from the set. It’s basically the coolest thing I own."

    u/Eternaltuesday

    "Watched Tombstone again just the other day. I honestly forgot how brilliant that movie is and how much I love it."

    u/QueenOfEndor21

    15. The Princess Bride (1987)

    Robin Wright in "The Princess Bride"
    20th Century Fox Film Corp. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/readit2U

    "Watched it almost daily for a while as a kid and many times into adulthood. I can quote the whole thing, much to my husband's annoyance."

    u/cobaltsiren

    16. Good Will Hunting (1997)

    Miramax / Courtesy Everett Collection

    17. The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001–2003)

    Dominic Monaghan, Elijah Wood, Billy Boyd, and Sean Astin in the first "Lord of the Rings" movie: "Fellowship of the Ring"
    New Line Cinema / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/I_am_theFoo_Babe

    "I’ve probably seen [each] LOTR upwards of 50 times each."

    u/Fair_University

    "My wife and I saw Fellowship in the theater nine times. It remains by far my record for repeat theater viewings, my favorite movie in the trilogy, and one of my favorite movies of all time. The wife knew nothing about LOTR going in but loved it after the first viewing."

    u/Frys100thCoffee

    18. Spirited Away (2001)

    "Spirited Away" star Chihiro with Haku in dragon form
    Walt Disney Co. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Spirited Away. I discover little details I missed every time I watch it."

    u/godlessnihilist

    19. Howl's Moving Castle (2004)

    Old Sophie in "Howl's Moving Castle"
    Buena Vista Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/andr0meda0705

    "Studio Ghibli movies make you feel really different. I enjoy their movies by feeling them; it's hard to describe. That's why I tend to watch them repeatedly."

    u/andr0meda0705

    20. Twilight (2008)

    Edward Cullen and Bella Swan in dark woods in "Twilight"
    Summit Entertainment

    "You gonna be mad if I say Twilight? Watched that series so many times and can't stop."

    u/Adriyno

    "Hated the series when I was younger and outright refused to even give it a chance. I finally sat down and watched it one day, and I found it wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it was. Oh, don’t get me wrong, it gets super dumb after the first one, but if the first one is on TV, I’m not gonna change the channel."

    u/TheAmazingSpyder

    "I love the soundtrack and scenery. I find it calming."

    u/LittleBunInaBigWorld

    21. Mean Girls (2004)

    Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried as The Plastics in "Mean Girls"
    Paramount / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/notyurfuxkingwoman

    "My sister and I knew how to quote Mean Girls by heart at one point. We would talk back and forth playing a different character. It was kinda creepy looking back at it now. But, there are far worse movies to know by heart!"

    u/LittlestSlipper55

    22. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

    Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Terminator 2"
    TriStar Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Over 2,000 times."

    u/Arkady2009

    23. Forrest Gump (1994)

    Tom Hanks as the iconic Forrest Gump
    Paramount Pictures / Everett Collection

    24. Pride and Prejudice (2005)

    Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet and Matthew Macfadyen as Mr. Darcy in "Pride and Prejudice"
    Focus Films / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/CraftsyHooker

    "My go-to comfort movie. I watch it at least three times a week. The BBC miniseries is also very good!"

    u/butterball1069

    25. Fight Club (1999)

    Brad Pitt as Tyler Durden in "Fight Club"
    20th Century Fox

    26. Interstellar (2014)

    Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey as astronauts in "Interstallar"
    Paramount / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/IntrepidCase

    "I saw it like 14 times in theaters alone, and still never got sick of it."

    u/spartankelli

    "Wish I could watch it as if it was the first time, every time. Still always amazed."

    u/Neridaq

    27. Coco (2017)

    Miguel in "Coco" plays guitar while watching TV
    Pixar / Walt Disney Co. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    28. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

    Tim Curry starring in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
    20th Century Fox

    "Watched it weekly in my teens, took a decade long break from it, and then saw it again recently. It still has it. ... The tunes still occasionally pop into my head at random times."

    u/random_username_94

    "147 times."

    u/Shadeauxmarie

    29. Die Hard (1988)

    A battered Bruce Willis in "Die Hard"
    20th Century Fox / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Die Hard. I watch it every Christmas."

    u/IndependenceCrazy432

    30. The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    Judy Garland as Dorothy with Glinda the Good Witch, played by Billie Burke, in "The Wizard of Oz"
    Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/100_percenter

    "...it's a classic and on TV every year. I always find myself catching it when it's on."

    u/OutsidePrior2020

    31. The Fifth Element (1997)

    Milla Jovovich as Leeloo in "The Fifth Element"
    Gaumont Buena Vista International

    u/Nulaak

    "The Fifth Element is just one of those movies that's comfortable to revisit once every two to three years. I’m pretty sure [I’ve seen it] over seven times."

    u/BanjoPanda

    "I’m in my 60s, so I’ve seen a lot of great movies more than seven times, but The Fifth Element is still my go-to, and it never fails to entertain."

    u/randomeffingname

    32. Hot Fuzz (2007)

    A battered Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as police officers in "Hot Fuzz"
    Rogue Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are a remarkable [duo]."

    u/NIkoPark

    33. The Matrix (1999)

    Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Laurence Fishburne in "The Matrix"
    Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection

    34. The Prince of Egypt (1998)

    DreamWorks / Courtesy Everett Collection

    35. Top Gun (1986)

    Tom Cruise in "Top Gun"
    Paramount / Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/LynetteScavo78

    "One of the best movies I've ever seen."

    u/Sleepy_Star12

    36. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

    EMI Films / Courtesy Everett Collection

    37. The Hateful Eight (2015)

    Tim Roth, Kurt Russell, and Jennifer Jason Leigh in "The Hateful Eight"
    Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/berntgeo

    "The Hateful Eight is definitely the movie I’ve seen the most in my life. I love it, but it’s more because a surprising amount of people never gave it a chance, and it’s one of the best movies to just drop on friends and family who don’t know, completely raw and contextless. Everyone I’ve ever shown it to loved it and was really engaged in the stellar cast and whodunnit angle."

    u/aSpookyScarySkeleton

    38. Conan the Barbarian (1982)

    Sandahl Bergman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Gerry Lopez in "Conan the Barbarian"
    Courtesy Everett Collection

    u/TheNakedMars

    "Sandahl Bergman in Conan was special."

    u/JRsFancy

    "The strange thing about [Sandahl's] performance in Conan the Barbarian (1982) is that most of it was almost laughably bad, but she had that one compelling soliloquy ('Let someone else pass by in the night...') that earned her some well-deserved respect as an actress. I'm suddenly feeling an urge to put a well-worn VHS tape into a dusty, ancient player..."

    u/TheNakedMars

    39. And finally: Pulp Fiction (1994)

    Miramax / Courtesy Everett Collection

    "It's a go-to background movie for me, but I've definitely actively watched it more than seven times."

    u/redhawk588

    Which movies would you add to this list? Let us know in the comments below!

    Note: Some responses have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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