Here Are The 10 Movies You’ve Memorized Because They’re ALWAYS On TV

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04.26.14 48 Comments

Mrs. Doubtfire - Das stachelige KindermŠdchen

When news broke that Mrs. Doubtfire would be getting a sequel, some 21 years after Robin Williams first scared an entire generation of children with his mask made of rubber and trapped souls, there were a lot of questions that needed answers, including DA FUQ? This might help explain: according to research firm IHS Technology, via Variety, Mrs. Doubtfire was the “most-aired pic on basic cable in 2013.” Meaning, the original Mrs. Featherbottom has been smashed into our subconscious, like a pie into a ghoulish face, so despite it being a terrible film, it’s $$$till a #RecognizableProperty.

Here’s the full top-10:

1. “Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993): 66
2. “She’s All That” (1999): 59
3. “Juno” (2007): 53
4. “Austin Powers in Goldmember” (2002): 51
5. “Ice Age” (2002): 49
6. “There’s Something About Mary” (1998): 47
7. “Sleepless in Seattle” (1993): 46
8. “A Few Good Men” (1992): 44
9. “The Shawshank Redemption” (1994): 44
10. “Catwoman” (2004): 44

Forty-four is also the number of people who watched Catwoman in 2013.

Via Variety

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