Name a movie you have seen more than 3 times

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  1. .357

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    Your lives are meaningless compared to Hondo!
     
  2. autocar65

    autocar65 Local 767

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    The Virginian starring Bill Pullman and Diane Lane. A classic the way it was originally written.
     
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  4. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    i just finished watching "The Specialist", for the umpteenth time..(Sly Stallone)

    later tonight, "The Unforgiven", with Clint Eastwood.......must now be number 2435675th time.....
     
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    All the Saw movies...
     
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    RacerX69 Retired Gear Jammer/IBEW Retired/Wingnut

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    Dirty Harry

    Magnum Force
     
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    Street Kings
     
  8. TedWard

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    Absolutely, excellent film, unreal action, very real characters.

    Also

    A Beautiful Mind
     
  9. Apostolic

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    My wife doesn't like this movie & thinks I'm crazy for watching it once in awhile.
    But I think it is pretty funny.


     
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  10. MikeJ

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    Taxi Driver, The Hunt for Red October (It's like one of my most favorite movies), Speed 1, Too Big to Fail & As Good as it Gets.
    Oh and the 2004 film The Girl Next Door. Pretty much fell in love with Elisha Cuthbert

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    However the last film I saw that I really enjoyed was the 1992 film The Hand that Rocks the Cradle I enjoyed that one a lot probably one of the best 1990's thrillers I've seen. I've seen a couple 1990's thrillers like Pacific Heights, The Crush, Full Disclosure and City Hall.

    Actually the 1996 film City Hall with Al Pacino, Bridget Fonda and John Cusak was another good one.
    The 1993 film The Crush which was Alicia Silverstones first film wasn't bad either and it had Kurtwood Smith from That's 70s show in it.

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    Best post yet. Next time just post the pics.

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  13. Stoney

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    Two classics!

    How this one didn't win an Oscar I'll never know. [​IMG]


    And of course.[​IMG]

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    Good Fellas, Chinatown, Cool Hand Luke, Hud, Godfather and any Laurel and Hardy.
     
  15. Stimpy

    Stimpy Wingnut

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    It's almost a loophole for the girly thread. ...... sssshhhh. ....stimpy you idiot! !!!!
     
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    Smokey and the bandit, american pie,lonesome dove, heartbreak ridge!!!
     
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    Green Mile
    Escape from Alcatraz
    Gone With The Wind
     
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    Smokey and the bandit, american pie,lonesome dove, heartbreak ridge!!!
     
  19. TedWard

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    we just need to post the covers from Woody's favorite movies.
     
  20. MikeJ

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    Casino is great, I've seen that one a couple of times as well.
     

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