questionsif you had to watch a movie over and over again…

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Roots. At 9.5 hours, would only watch it a little over twice.

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The Lord of the Rings Extended Edition. 14 times, give or take.

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Groundhog Day; you can never have enough Bill Murray.

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Fantasia. No dialogue, no annoying actors. Just music and animation. Each piece of music likely takes a long time to unravel.

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Well, if you watched any movie like that it would make you batsh*t crazy as you can't go that long without sleep. But I think maybe Last of the Mohicans would be my choice. The music is soothing and lovely, the action scenes are fantastic, and there are nice periods of restful scenes punctuated by action scenes, so it would help break up the monotony. And later, when I went around bashing people's brains in with a stone age war club and scalping them, it would make for an interesting news feed.

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@chronosquall14: YES thank you, best answer....but at the end of the week, you'd be convinced that you live in Middle Earth and need to destroy the One Ring.

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Donnie Darko. I might figure it all out after watching that many times. Plus I love the soundtrack. And "sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion" cracks me up every time!

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Christmas Story family tradition to watch every year
Its almost on none stop for close to a week before Christmas
at my house any way

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I would pick a really long movie like Dances With Wolves, Gone with the Wind, or something similar. Not because I like them so much, but simply because you would watch it fewer times than a short movie. That being said, after awhile, it wouldn't make much of a difference either way.

EDIT: I just realized @funkadelic78 made my point with the selection of Roots.

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any of the leathal weapon movies! all day every day!

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Usual Suspects. I've probably watched it a dozen times and owned a copy in one form or another since it came out. Whenever I lend it out to a friend it doesn't come back.

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@jeremytheindian: I'm great at math, just terrible at reading comprehension.

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Any Ray Harryhausen movie.

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Hmm... I'd probably pick a movie that I don't yet hate, but wouldn't mind hating in the future.

But, if it has to be a favorite of some sort, I might go with Primer. To stretch the noodle a bit around an unfathomable topic.

Also, possibly a Ken Burns documentary.

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@funkadelic78: Lonesome Dove for the same basic reason. 6.5 Hours, so just under 4 times a day.

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@nexter: Primer, all the way.

Granted, I'd need pen and paper to go with it, but I'm fairly convinced that by Day 6, I'd have a number of hypothetical timelines to test on my final day. Considering that I'd have watched it 130 times, I might be more an expert on it than Shane Carruth himself.

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@kmeltzer: Good call, that would make it a good week!

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Helpful hint: If anyone answers this question with "Friday the 13th", run away from them very very quickly.

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.

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@funkadelic78: Perhaps try a math-themed movie instead of Roots. At 9.5 hours, you'll be watching it close to 18 times over the course of the week.

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I practically did that with Tremors as a kid.

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Matrix 1 (the sequels don't exist to me)

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@byrd720: Awesome movie. If you like Michael Caine, check out Zulu. Totally unpolitically correct, but a great flick.

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Well I've never done it for a week but as a kid I watched A Christmas Story 24hrs straight almost every year when they had it on TBS (or tnt or some other 3 letter channel)

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Jaws or Jurassic Park highly entertaining

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This is easy. Pulp Fiction and to eat, a Royale With Cheese and a $5 Milkshake.

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I'd say Goonies or a Christmas Story, which i feel like i've already come close to watching for a full 24 every year.

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The Breakfast Club or Pretty Woman

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christmas story. Since I've been watching it 24 hours every christmas anyway, for about 10 years now, I've already done what you're suggesting...

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Nature scenes :> or those planet earth ones where they show pretty pictures :D

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Boondock Saints or Big Trouble In Little China

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@chronosquall14: Unsure if this counts, but I'll 2nd the extended editions of Lord of the Rings trilogy.

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Just think how much better you'd have the lines memorized after 24 hours.

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One movie for a whole week. Hmmm. The Fifth Element.

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