What DVD Did You Watch Most This Year

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  1. Kendal Kirk

    Kendal Kirk Stunt Coordinator

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    I have only had a DVD player for a couple of months so I don't really qualify, but mine was MI2
     
  2. Mike boettner

    Mike boettner Stunt Coordinator

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    JP1 and JP2, i just love them(they are DTS too!!)i cant wait to get a new reciver so i can hear them in DTS!!!!!
     
  3. MichaelPe

    MichaelPe Screenwriter

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    Surprisingly, it was "Maelstrom" that got the most viewings on my player.
     
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    nolesrule Producer

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    The Wedding Singer.

    We put that in anytime we want to have a movie in while we're doing work around the apartment. Great disc background music and dialogue.
     
  5. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    Either Paths of Glory or The Third Man.
     
  6. Dedrick

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    Definately Big Trouble In Little China, I've watched it 5 or 6 times already.
     
  7. Jeff_Krueger

    Jeff_Krueger Stunt Coordinator

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    High Fidelity - good music, good movie.
     
  8. Joe_C

    Joe_C Supporting Actor

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    Well, it would have to be Fight Club. Great for showing off a.) my HT to friends and b.) how an excellent mindfuck movie should be done.
     
  9. Brian Lawrence

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    The same disc it was the last 2 years - The Big Lebowski [​IMG]
     
  10. Scott W.

    Scott W. Second Unit

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    The Rocky series.
    Scott
     
  11. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    Which one did *I* watch most this year? Xanadu!! [​IMG]
    Which one got watched most in my house? Well, my three year old likes...
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  12. RogerB

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    Toy Story 2 - watched it a couple of times and great for demos.
     
  13. george kaplan

    george kaplan Executive Producer

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    Well, I never watch a dvd more than once a year, so for me it's a 184-way tie between:

    planet of the apes

    monty python live at the hollywood bowl

    galaxy quest

    gladiator

    raiders of the lost ark

    sleeper

    from russia with love

    beneath the planet of the apes

    goldfinger

    the poseidon adventure

    thunderball

    the black cauldron

    escape from the planet of the apes

    the great escape

    logan's run

    you only live twice

    abbott & costello meet frankenstein

    diamonds are forever

    conquest of the planet of the apes

    psycho

    mission: impossible 2

    notting hill

    battle for the planet of the apes

    live & let die

    the odd couple

    the man with the golden gun

    the rock

    men in black

    it happened one night

    a bridge too far

    the spy who loved me

    the trouble with harry

    holiday inn

    robin hood

    moonraker

    dr. strangelove

    midway

    road to rio

    mad max

    monty python's the meaning of life

    road to utopia

    buck privates

    for your eyes only

    road to bali

    octopussy

    buck privates come home

    bedknobs & broomsticks

    manhattan murder mystery

    ghostbusters

    ghostbusters 2

    the rescuers down under

    the living daylights

    pat & mike

    lethal weapon 4

    the parent trap

    in the heat of the night

    the tigger movie

    rutles: all you need is cash

    all the president's men

    the sound of music

    cool runnings

    shadow of a doubt

    the graduate

    licence to kill

    everything you ever wanted to know about sex

    lady & the tramp

    goldeneye

    high noon

    bananas

    tomorrow never dies

    double indemnity

    lady & the tramp 2

    diner

    saboteur

    son of paleface

    top gun

    the sword in the stone

    meet the parents

    the emperor's new groove

    the world is not enough

    the bridge on the river kwai

    the third man

    ben-hur

    the magnificent seven

    wonder man

    the fortune cookie

    close encounters of the third kind

    the fugitive

    support your local sheriff

    the apartment

    that thing you do!

    support your local gunfighter

    unforgiven

    arsenic & old lace

    a fistful of dollars

    u-571

    harvey

    the kid

    big

    gettysburg

    summer rental

    rear window

    city slickers

    an affair to remember

    sabrina

    some like it hot

    12 angry men

    the seven year itch

    von ryan's express

    back to school

    hatari!

    frenzy

    seven days in may

    airplane!

    family plot

    born yesterday

    white christmas

    easy money

    casablanca

    my man godfrey

    the adventures of ichabod & mr. toad

    an officer & a gentleman

    the twelve chairs

    the godfather

    dinosaur

    sullivan's travels

    anatomy of a murder

    forrest gump

    apollo 13

    my favorite brunette

    the french connection

    nothing sacred

    the phantom menace

    operation petticoat

    rocky

    fletch

    what dreams may come

    irma la douce

    ronin

    star trek: the motion picture

    the odd couple 2

    going my way

    play it again, sam

    air force one

    funny farm

    for a few dollars more

    spartacus

    snow white & the seven dwarfs

    die hard

    groundhog day

    father of the bride

    father of the bride, part 2

    it's the great pumpkin, charlie brown

    young frankenstein

    planes, trains & automobiles

    how the grinch stole christmas!

    the year without a santa claus

    recess: miracle on 3rd street

    scrooge

    a charlie brown christmas

    the bishop's wife

    elmo saves christmas

    it's a wonderful life

    frosty the snowman

    a christmas story

    beauty & the beast: the enchanted christmas

    never say never again

    doctor dolittle

    the dick van dyke show

    superman

    superman 2

    nine months

    cartoon crack-ups

    abbott & costello in the foreign legion

    a dog's life

    dracula

    the cannonball run

    the hobbit

    the kinks: one for the road

    monty python live at aspen

    parrot sketch not included: 20 years of python

    monty python's german episode #1

    jabberwocky

    mr. magoo's christmas carol
     
  14. Alan K

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    Three Kings
     
  15. Brian Perry

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    Probably Gladiator, for certain demo scenes.
     
  16. Chuck Mayer

    Chuck Mayer Lead Actor

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    Almost Famous (the original DVD [​IMG] )
    When show it to everyone who hasn't seen it when they come over! Time being what it is, I tend to watch scenes more than movies (sad, I know), so the Pod Race has gotten a few looks as well.
    L.A. Confidential usually finds a frequent home as well.
    Take care,
    Chuck
     
  17. Jason Whyte

    Jason Whyte Screenwriter

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    "Surprisingly, it was "Maelstrom" that got the most viewings on my player"
    Damn straight Michael! I think that's my most viewed disc of the year too.
    Jay
     
  18. AdrianJ

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    Casablanca. It's probably the only move I've watched more than twice this year.
     
  19. Gabe D

    Gabe D Cinematographer

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    No question: the first 20-25 minutes of Batman and Robin.
    Q: Why?
    A: 3-year-old boy loves it.
    I bet I've seen it more than 100 times this year. I can recite it. However, I have never watched the whole movie. I assume Batman & Robin beat Mr. Freeze & Poison Ivy, but I can't swear to it. (After all, Batman's emotions make him weak. That's why this day belongs to Mr. Freeze! At least, that's what Mr. Freeze says...)
     
  20. Sean Conklin

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    The Wedding Singer or Pump up the Volume!
     

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