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Asked by Cam15 - 1 year ago
From 1994-2013?
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papade Level 46
Answered 1 year ago
i am not sure what you mean. do sequels mean anything? how about saw,
one through,, um what is it now.. 45? ha ha.. sorry. i really hate the horror.

i don't know but there was a few good movies that i did like from 1994.
interview with the vampire was a very big movie. and i did read the books.

i did love the movie True Lies with Arnold.

Crow was good

and a favorite holiday season movie of mine? Tim Allen in "The Santa Clause". dang. i watch that more than once every Xmas season.

and don't forget star trek, generations.

Forrest Gump

Ace Ventura pet detective? ha ha.. that was funny.

Guarding Tess. i liked that one.

so that didn't answer the question but it did let me walk down memory road.
thank you for that. (o:
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Gumboy Level 55 / fun guy
Answered 1 year ago
What is the most seen movie of all time?
ChaCha Answer: The 1997 movie "Titanic" is the highest grossing
movie of all time.
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rredrick Level 49 / retired
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Hecate Level 48
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I don't know if this helps - it is interesting though.
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Sparky5458 Level 63 / Retired Golfer
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You are only 9?
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kattmanndawg Level 27 / Here's My 2ยข Worth..
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Wow! '94 to 2013.. Hamlet (1996) (242 mins.) would probably take the ribbon (American movie releases only, no TV series and serials or experimental movies (sorry Andy Warhol fans) or made-for-tv movies.). There are others such as the trilogy (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 201 mins... The Two Towers 179 mins.. The Fellowship of the Ring 178 mins.) as well as King Kong (2005..187 mins.).. Apocalypse Now Redux (2001.. 202 mins.).. Titanic (1997.. 194 mins.).

Gods and Generals (231 mins.) almost made it, being made in 1993..

There are probably more but you get the general idea and believe me this is only the beginning of these long epics.. Did you know for instance that up until modern times our founding film makers believed that nobody could sit through a movie more than 45 minutes? In 1923 this was challenged when the first ten commandments came out (136 minutes} but it wasn't until the early 1950s that it began to really be accepted. In 1956 the more modern ten commandments came out but it had a 15 minute (concession break?) at the middle of the movie .. same with 'It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world" (1963 but I think it was done as a jest).
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Of course this doesn't answer your question either if your only wanting the amount of days a movie has ran in theaters as I'm not sure if the total amount of days have been recorded with exactness on the matter since some travel all over the globe.
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