Some films have the power to resonate with audiences on a very personal level. Most movie fans have a favorite movie, but some people find themselves irresistibly drawn to a particular movie. Have you ever seen a single movie far more than average? You’re not alone! Here are 25 films of the man who admitted in an online forum that he has watched them an incredible number of times.
1. Blazing Saddles (1974)
In this frontier farce, Bart becomes the first black sheriff of Rockridge, a town with more problems than a bull in a china shop. However, local residents do not always give him a warm welcome. They have racial prejudices that are thicker than mustard. But there’s no need to worry. Bart has a few tricks up his sleeve, too.
2. Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
Cage’s journey reflects all of our Monday mornings. Especially when you’re constantly facing the same challenges over and over again while trying to stay one step ahead. But unlike us mere fans, he gets a chance to perfect his moves and level up in battles against extraterrestrial bad guys.
3. Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
After watching this movie countless times, you’ll realize that this isn’t just a ray of sunshine, it’s a full-on, hilarious solar storm. Little Olive attracts attention with her adorable awkwardness and charm that could melt ice cream.
4. Weird Science (1985)
Two teenage geniuses, Gary and Wyatt, start playing scientific pranks. They concoct the girl of their dreams using a computer in a gruesome experiment powered by equal parts genius and hormones. When a jolt of electricity brings their creation to life, the sensational superhuman Wonder Woman, Lisa, is born. It’s really weird science.
5. Dirty Dancing (1987)
Get ready to unleash your inner dance demon with another look at this compelling story and the shocking chemistry between Johnny and Baby. This movie is a spicy salsa experience that will have you sweating, shaking, and maybe even getting your feet washed away.
6. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001)
Please admit that. You were fascinated by Fred and George Weasley, or perhaps the delightful Luna Lovegood. Don’t even get me started on Severus Snape’s bitter sarcasm. With characters as endearing as these, it’s no wonder fans keep coming back for the spell.
7. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
“Fellowship of the Ring” has us, like Smeagol, obsessed with his precious ring. From the Shire to Mount Doom, we followed a cast of characters more diverse than Frodo and Legolas’ quiver. elves, dwarves, humans, hobbits, etc. It was like a fantasy Avengers team, but with more camaraderie and fewer superhero costumes.
8. The Wall (2017)
The wall has turned many movie lovers into button-repeating madmen out of pure love. American soldiers Shane Matthews and Alan “Eyes” Isaac respond to a distress call in the desert after the invasion of Iraq. An unexpected gunfire occurs, leaving Shane injured and Alan receiving a bullet in his leg. There is only one way to know their fate.
9. Dark Knight (2008)
Batman is a brooding hero with a utility belt that everyone loves. He goes up against the clown prince of crime, the Joker. The Joker is a villain who rivals a rubber chicken. When you see it for the first time, you’ll be nostalgic for its legendary performances.
10. Blues Brothers (1980)
Is it really blue? Smooth-talking duo Jake and Elwood Blues embark on a hilarious, musical road trip that will teach them to “sing the blues.” They’re on a mission to save the orphanage they grew up in, and they’re willing to go through more car crashes than a demolition derby to get the band back together.
11. The Fifth Element (1997)
Here you’ll find a highly addictive mix of space opera, comedy, and interstellar romance. It’s also the perfect escape from everyday reality if you need a break. be careful. Once you start, you’ll end up in an infinite loop.
12. Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Some might say we’re too enamored with Mr. Darcy’s smoldering gaze, or enchanted by Elizabeth’s fiery spirit, but who can resist the lure of this 19th-century charm? Is it? Watching this movie feels like being wrapped in a cozy nostalgic blanket.
13. Spaceballs (1987)
Now, you may be wondering about the secret behind this movie’s charm. Spaceballs satirically beams up all of our favorite sci-fi movies, sending us through a comical wormhole of genius. It’s like a high-speed collision of Star Wars and Monty Python, a ridiculously funny iconic mashup.
14. Knight’s Tale (2001)
As the jousting tournament begins, so too does the fan’s journey through victories and pitfalls. I’m sure you’ll cheer and shed some tears. This quirky romance story also stars the iconic Heath Ledger.
15. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
People watched it an unhealthy number of times. What’s not to like between great animation, catchy songs, and the inexplicable charm of Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King? He’s a charismatic skeletal centerpiece, even if he’s made of spare ribs. But we will still worship him.
16. The Exorcist (1973)
When it comes to horror movies, The Exorcist reigns as the dark lord of the genre. Hearing stories of demon slaying like no other makes you wonder why it is necessary to repeatedly subject yourself to such spine-chilling horror. Is it an unholy obsession or just a twisted desire to watch a spinning head do the same thing over and over again?
17. Home Alone (1990)
Mr. and Mrs. McAllister take off to Paris in a mad dash, leaving their son Kevin behind with no clues. Imagine their shock when they landed in the City of Love only to discover that young Kevin was not with them. Meanwhile, the cocky protagonist wakes up in an empty house and can’t believe his good fortune. This is every child’s dream come true…or is it?
18. The Thing (1982)
In an icy wasteland, a group of researchers face alien horrors that make a visit from their in-laws seem like a walk in the park. This cult classic is about more than just chilling thrills. It’s about bonding with friends over spilled soda and screaming at the screen like crazy.
19. Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)
This kind of movie will make you go crazy if you press the play button over and over again. Some might say Kiki is the cutest apprentice witch you’ve ever seen. When your cat buddy Gigi is by your side, she takes you on a magical ride that makes you wonder if there’s a secret spell that can stop time.
20. Super Troopers (2001)
The hilariously incompetent Vermont Highway Patrol team is more interested in pranks than patrolling. They make dad jokes look like a kind of high art. Watch them stop and ticket unsuspecting motorists over and over again with an eye-opening punchline.
21. Step Brothers (2008)
When Brennan’s mother and Dale’s father decide to marry and unite their households, it turns out to be a mixture of dynamite and fireworks. This tumultuous family union causes an explosion of absurdity. Lazy stepbrothers may bond in heaven or bond in the basement, but their ego clashes know no bounds.
22. Adventures of a Babysitter (1987)
In this fun ride, Chris steps into the world of babysitting the Anderson children, Brad and Sarah. She thinks it’s going to be a peaceful evening of giggling and yoga. But she’s wrong. The night turns into an incredible roller coaster.
23. Mean Girls (2004)
You know you have a problem when you can quote every line from memory. But who can resist an epic battle for popularity supremacy? It’s like the Olympics of meanness, and we’re all secretly competing for the crown.
24. Empire Records (1995)
Introducing Joe, the mastermind behind Empire Records, a group of eccentric young people who are knowledgeable about music. But when a problem arises in the form of an impending takeover of a major chain, Joe faces a real dilemma.
25. Titanic (1997)
Jack is a charming artist and Rose is an upper-class woman seeking adventure. Rose leans on her railing and Jack gives her best performance, “I’m the King of the World!” impression. Together, they create a love story to keep you coming back for more.
Boroele Divine Sabidore (affectionately referred to as BS) is a writer and poet based in Nigeria. Her favorite topics include music, especially hip hop, movies, lifestyle, and fashion. She has been published by Feral Journal, Fantasy Magazine, The Temz Review, and most famously her Wealth of Geeks. She enjoys romantic dinners, watching movies, and seeing new sights. When she’s not writing, she can be found exploring the underground world of hip-hop, watching TikTok, or going to the movies.