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Ok so we have the thread where everyone is list the movies they have watched more than twice....and reading the lists I noticed a whole lot of movies that of course I've heard of, and everyone seems to have seen....and so why not do a list of the movies that everyone seems to have seen...but you:

 

Notting Hill

Love Actually

Jaws

Rambo

National Lampoon's anything

Those Austen type movies

Titanic

 

 

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Lord of the Rings

Batman -- any

The last three Star Wars

Harry Potter movies

and the list goes on!!!

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Anything other than the first 2 star wars

Batman any

X-Men any

Spiderman... Any

Superman .. any

 

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Avengers

Star wars

 

I was so busy that i actually forgot to watch them

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I never watched The Wizard of Oz.  Many find this weird.  However, in my circle of friends the only guys I knew who took the time to actually watch that movie were stoners who were trying to sync the film with the album The Dark Side of the Moon.

 

I've never seen that movie Prometheus.  And at this point if I do watch it I'm not going to tell anybody.  I work with a guy who is obsessed with that film.  He has a lot of theories and opinions about the deeper meaning of the movie.  The last guy that tried talking about that movie with him couldn't catch a break.

 

I only kinda, sorta saw The Sound of Music.  A music teacher showed us the movie when I was in junior high.  That class was right after lunch and I was bored so I slept through most of it.

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I've never seen Bambi.

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4 hours ago, Boo said:

I never watched The Wizard of Oz.

Be prepared.  If you and sugar britches have little ones, you will be seeing it a lot!

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Dumbo

Bambi

Watership Down

Taxi Driver

American Pie

 

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The Goonies

Harry Potter movies

The Notebook

Marvel movies

Tombstone

Schindler's List

Interstellar

Black Swan

The Big Lebowski

The Lion King

American Beauty

 

 

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Looked up the top 25 grossing movies and came up with the ones I haven't seen.  It appears I'm not into children or teenage boy movies.

 

Avengers (none)

Star Wars (last 3)

Jurassic World (neither)

Harry Potter (none)

Frozen

Incredibles (none)

Iron Man

Minions

Captain America (none)

Transformers (none)

Skyfall

Fast & Furious (none)

Beauty and the Beast

Aquaman

 

 

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1 hour ago, BKP said:

Looked up the top 25 grossing movies and came up with the ones I haven't seen.  It appears I'm not into children or teenage boy movies.

A lot of men are into these movies.  My husband has not missed a Fast or Furious.  I think you may not have children either, because I have sat through many of these movies with my children and grandchildren.

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On 6/4/2019 at 7:59 PM, ArmedNAruba said:

The Goonies

Harry Potter movies

The Notebook

Marvel movies

Tombstone

Schindler's List

Interstellar

Black Swan

The Big Lebowski

The Lion King

American Beauty

 

 

 

I loved interstellar , Awesome movie

 

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I've never seen "Gone with the Wind"  I've seen so many clips over the years that it feels like I've seen it. 

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49 minutes ago, Leanna said:

Fight Club. Shame on me!

You didn't miss anything (far as I'm concerned).

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4 minutes ago, reciprocity said:

You didn't miss anything (far as I'm concerned).

Good to know! I feel like everyone and their dog raves about that movie.

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1 hour ago, Leanna said:

Fight Club. Shame on me!

 

I preferred the book to the movie.  I liked the movie.  I loved the book.  The movie was a decent representation done with great effects.  The book was like a punch to the face.

 

Chuck Palahniuk is not for everybody.  He finds the darkest corners of our society and dives right in.  I'm a fan of his writing and I have to be in a certain mood to read his work.

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Nightmare on Elm Street ....geez I'm terrified of that Freddie ...

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Went to see It Chapter 2 with my son and daughter yesterday. It was not bad. Possibly better than the original. 

I mean, that's if you like movies about psycho clowns you can't kill?

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