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  1. tee

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    OK, quite simply, what are your most watched DVDs? Mine have gotta be:

    Mystery Men (R1)
    Go (R1)
    A Bug's Life (R2) - I just can't help myself... [​IMG]
    The Thing (R1)




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  2. ptmbradley

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    American Pie (R1)
    The Mummy (R2)
    The Mask of Zorro (R2)
    Rush Hour (R2)
    T2 (R1)

    Discs I've bought and haven't watched (!):

    The Mask and Ghostbusters
     
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    Armegeddon
    T2
    Blade

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  5. Guest

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    Most watched are:

    Men In Black
    The Mummy
    Fight Club
    Sixth Sense

    Shortly to be added: Gladiator (Big surprise eh?

    DVD's still to watch:
    Jaws
    All of World is Not Enough (Seen bits)

     
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    1. Armageddon Criterion (if it is possibel to wear a DVD out then this one wont last much longer...lol)
    2.The Mummy
    3.The World is not Enough
    4.T2 Ultimate
    5.The Matrix

    Watch LD's a bit more than some of those though...such as the Star Wars Trilogy which I have watched much more than Armageddon.

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  7. Mattie

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    My most watched list...

    1) Armageddon Criterion (pure coincidence that I'm posting this after u Jason... as it happens my copy maybe _is_ wearing out. Quite often get glitches and freezes now despite scrupulous cleaning) Sad thing is its on Sky all the time which leads to overfamiliarity

    Gladiator will probably come in next but only bought it yesterday..
    2) Matrix
    3) Aliens
    4) The Tigger Movie (actually my daughter asks for it all the time so it probably gets seen more often that any other DVD in our house.. and also glitches)
    5) Deep Blue Sea (she never asks for this...)

    Nothing highbrow, just popcorn blockbusters.
    BTW while making this post I went looking for APPRIA40WR's site with its huge list of DVDs but it's gone 404. Anybody know where its gone? Maybe Gary is reinventing himself.


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    Didn't include kids films...but like you Mattie I think one of our kids DVD's has probably been watched more than most of mine....POkemon the movie!!!!

    I hate it (even though I have to say it sounds pretty good..lol), and now I am dreading Christmas day as we have bought him the second movie on DVD and we will have to put up with that almost every day as soon as he get's home from school........someone please help!!

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    House On Haunted Hill (R1)
    American Pie (R1)
    Dawn Of The Dead (R2)
    Fight Club (R1)
    Matrix (R1)

    Thats The Good Films, What About The Ones Gathering Dust?

    Ed Tv (R1) DTS/DD
    The Blair Witch Project (R1) (Don't Ask Me!)
    The Mask (R2)
     
  10. PoochJD

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    Well, my most watched DVD is:

    "The Insider" (R1) - brilliant film, from a fab director (Michael Mann) and/or
    "The Killing Of America" (R2) - disturbing true documentary, and a DVD that everyone should watch, just to show you why guns are bad things!

    Pooch
     
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    East is East
    Lock, Stock... (Directors Cut)
    Contact
    American Beauty (only out yesterday, watched it twice already!)


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  12. Matt @ DVD Debate

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    Shawshank Redemption (R4)
    Fight Club (R1)
    Matrix (R1)
    Leon (R1)
     
  13. Reiner

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    The 5th Element
    Face/Off
    Desperado

    Basically anything where you don't need to think ... [​IMG]
     
  14. tee

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    Exactly. [​IMG]


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