Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by BlueStuff, Oct 8, 2017.
dundundundundun FLASH! AH-AAAAAAAH! Savior of the universe!
My housemate has seen that over 300 times including 21 times in the first 21 days of its initial theatrical release.
Awesome, awesome costumes!
...And that's about it.
Listen, nothing beats Brian Blessed in bird suit screaming "DIIIIIVE!"
Well, to be fair, nothing beats any of Brian Blessed's acting!
I can honestly say I've never seen *anything* 300 times, or even close really.
If I had to guess, I'd guess that the movie I've seen the most often is probably TWOK, and even that can't be that much more than ten or so.
I'm probably close to 300 with Hunt for Red October myself...
There are a lot of movies I've seen at least 10 times, but nothing close to 300.
Just watched Tombstone again for probably the 10th time. Nobody but Val Kilmer should ever play Doc Holliday again.
I *may* have seen Star Wars (the original) that many times back when it was in heavy rotation on HBO. I *know* I've seen it at least 150 times.
Return of the Jedi.
Now that Star Wars is over, I can't decide what series to watch next. I'm trying to decide between Back to the Future, Jurassic Park and Rocky. I'm also interested in James Bond but those will take a month to get through and I'm not sure I want to invest that kind of time right now.
I've seen '300'. Does that count?
movie, let me tell you, I've seen TOS's " the Doomsday Machine" more than 300 times since it's original airing..Saw it every time I could when it was shown during daily syndication in the 70s, wore out the VHS when I had it, ran the DVD monthly till the Blu-Ray came out and have streamed it countless times since it became available online..in fact I watched it earlier TODAY..
"The Wandering Earth". Fuck, that premise is stupid, but once you get over it, it's actually a good blockbuster movie.
Kill Bill, Vol. I
That Ted Bundy (mass murderer) movie over on Netflix(?). Zac Efron gave a tremendous performance. Made my skin crawl.
Creepy. As. Fuck.
Well, "Space 1999" was an old sci. Fi. series about a wandering moon.
Yeah, I guess that one also falls into the category "stupid premise, but good fun".
GodzIlla: King of The Monsters. (The New One)
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