Last movie you saw?

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    My housemate has seen that over 300 times including 21 times in the first 21 days of its initial theatrical release. :lol:

    Awesome, awesome costumes!

    ...And that's about it. :p
     
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    Listen, nothing beats Brian Blessed in bird suit screaming "DIIIIIVE!"
     
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    Well, to be fair, nothing beats any of Brian Blessed's acting! :D
     
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    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.
     
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    I'm probably close to 300 with Hunt for Red October myself...
     
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    There are a lot of movies I've seen at least 10 times, but nothing close to 300.
     
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    Just watched Tombstone again for probably the 10th time. Nobody but Val Kilmer should ever play Doc Holliday again.
     
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    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.
     
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    Avengers: Endgame.
     
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    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.
     
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    I've seen '300'. Does that count?
     
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    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..
     
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    "The Wandering Earth". Fuck, that premise is stupid, but once you get over it, it's actually a good blockbuster movie.
     
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    Kill Bill, Vol. I
     
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    That Ted Bundy (mass murderer) movie over on Netflix(?). Zac Efron gave a tremendous performance. Made my skin crawl.
    Creepy. As. Fuck.
     
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    Well, "Space 1999" was an old sci. Fi. series about a wandering moon.
     
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    Yeah, I guess that one also falls into the category "stupid premise, but good fun".
     
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