I feel like the movies I have watched the most number of times have been all of the Madagascar movies and Frozen. I was a nanny for a while and the young boy who I took care of had those movies recorded and would want to watch them over and over again until the point where I had just memorized the entire scripts for all of them. I have watched all of them at least 15 times each, easily.
My most watched movie is a tie between School of Rock and Freaky Friday! When my sister and I were young, we used to watch these movies over and over again. Now we text lines from the script to one another throughout the week. It’s a nice way of remembering the laughs we had when we were young.
That is definitely an awesome way to remember the good times you’ve previously experienced with someone. I think I will definitely keep this in mind as I watch or do things with the important people in my life from now on, because I feel like it’s a cool way to connect with them from a cool memory you both share.
I have watched each of the movies you both have listed and they are all pretty good movies. There was a time in my life when I and some friends watched movies when from release dates until years after. Sometimes I can often remember where I was at in my recovery based on what movies I was watching. Frozen has definitely been engrained in my memory thanks to my daughters. Thank you, both for sharing!
Okay so full confession – I have been a Disney fan from a super young age. I probably watched The Little Mermaid like once a week since I could work a VHS player when I was little haha. To me, it had everything in a movie you could want – action, adventure, music, humor…
I have 2 little Nephews so when they get to come over you better believe I am training them on the classics.
And side note Olivia, people say my mom looks like Jaime Lee Curtis, the mom from Freaky Friday, which I kinda agree with!…
I have raised my girls up on the Disney Classics. They love The Little Mermaid! Actually, we all do and when they found out about the sequel they had to watch it. We all prefer the Little mermaid though. It definitely does have action, adventure, and the music was just as wonderful. The Disney movies now just can’t compete with the classics!
Love and Basketball, Hardball, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and The Lion King. I have watched these movies so many times, haha!
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