Here are 10 films each we’ve seen the most times:
Kevin Israel’s list:
1. Shawshank Redemption – I don’t think there’s a single scene in this nearly perfect movie that doesn’t make me stop what I’m doing and watch. Get busy watching,or get busy dying.
2. Ghostbusters – This is my favorite movie all time and probably the movie I’ve seen the most. Quotable, funny, and the chemistry between the stars is incredible.
3. My Cousin Vinny – Holy crap, if you don’t love this movie, I’m not sure what’s wrong with you. Every scene is perfect and enough to make me leave a conversation with anyone to watch.
4. Empire Strikes Back – This is another movie that’s a great watch at any point in the movie. New Hope was always a little slow for my taste but Empire turns up the action and the Han!
5. Captain America: First Avenger – This is my favorite of the MCU movies and, in my opinion, one of the best superhero movies of all time. A perfect origin story with so much heart and hope, how can you not be a Cap fan? I can do this all day!
6. Caddy Shack – A KG fav and another infinitely quotable flick. Not a bad scene to be found.
7. The Matrix – I walked out of this movie stunned when I saw it in the theater, and I knew that I’d be seeing it plenty more times. I was right.
8. Back to the Future – Holy crap I’ve seen this a lot. Probably too many times. But Marty and Doc never get old. Never.
9. Scrooged – This is a Christmas tradition for this Jewish kid. I’ve watched it every Christmas eve for over twenty years. Niagara Falls Frankie baby!
10. Fast and The Furious – I live my life ¼ mile at a time. I don’t know what else to tell you…buster.
Kevin Gootee’s list-(in no particular order)
- Caddyshack- Most quoted (in my house) all time film and you know why I love it, no need to rehash now.
- Naked Gun-Absolutely not a single blemish with this film and 30 years later, still hilarious.
- Terminator 2-I dare someone to come onto the podcast and TRY to take this down.
- Pulp Fiction-2nd favorite film, moving on…
- Star Wars-Hooked me when I saw it in 1980, still has me hooked.
- The Dark Knight. Absolutely no need for clarification here.
- Back to the Future. Although I SLIGHTLY prefer part 2.
- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off- Damn near wore this VHS tape out at my parent’s house.
- Big Trouble in Little China-In what world does Jack Burton NOT entertain you?
- Bloodsport. My brother and I can virtually do the entire film from top to bottom.