I counted those which I've seen multiple times too.
I've seen about 1 movie a day, I am almost 32 years old, about 20 of those I've spent with a movie a day, so 20*365 days = about 7k movies watched, some multiple times!
Yes, I watch a lot of TV and computer movies. Somethimes in the same time!
That would be the right way to react, because I've seen many childish opinions here, I pretty much take them all serious, not to offend anyone (on purpose). Yes, Twilight was not dramatic almost at all because the characters are shallow as shit, but I can't say it wasn't entertaining. It had it's perks.
PS(off topic): I think my english would be much less proficient if I'd have watched lets say half the movies I watched.
I've learned german (deutch) just straight from the TV watching 5-6 hours anime in german a day, runs and reruns. There woren't any computers or internet then so... Why would english be any different!? Of coarse I don't know german even 30% of the lvl I know english but I do understand almost everything one says in that language. Fun fact: I knew german before any english!
Yes, i did also get out to play with a rubber ball kicking it over a net or something with other kids, but only before they installed me cable TV, then it was straight german anime, much more fun then the rubber ball + friends attached to it. No, I have no friends anymore, that could be a reason why. Who gives a f....
More PS(off topic): I had a VCR before cable TV, watched Rambo 1&2 about 10 times each and Terminator2: Judgement Day about 30-40 times!
I knew it almost by heart by the time I was 12 or so. And I hear few years after, that an american kid got some sort of prize for knowing it by heart. Well, that's bit of a joke. I knew it subtitled in romanian, and even to moan some english I didn't even understand! Try learning by heart a movie different from your birth tongue, kid with the award!
Label: people these days don't know what a VCR-video casette recorder or casette player for music is. It's outdated technology yes, it was like those big rolls of tape you see (in some reference scenes here and there) in cinemas playing the old movies, only reduced at much smaller dimensions so you could play it at home through the devices I just mentioned, both for music as well as for movies.
You have reminded me of another good drama "Soldier" (1998) with Kurt Russel, seen it about 4 times! Drama+SF on HBO which was a big thing then. There's a scene at the beginning where he as a soldier who gave his whole life only to serve, as he was trained only to be a soldier since he was a boy and nothing else, is discarded like an outdated piece of technology, thrown with the trash on a trash dumping planet. He and his pals wore replaced by a much better, genetically engineered army, with reflexes, strength, speed, stamina all superior. He finds on the trash planet a group of rejects, of people who couldn't live anywhere else but just of the industrial garbage big companies dumped there. They take him in but soon he is outcast even from that group because he doesn't show any joy or sympathy. Some woman asks him at one point what did he learn all his life, he sais "Fear, discipline." As he is hiding from a sandstorm in a concrete block, his 1st tear drips down his cheek. He notices that drip of water on his face, wipes it quick to see what the hell that is. It's a signal of an emotion he never was allowed to feel, he cared for those people and didn't even realize it. Soon the superior army (of mercenaries) comes back because the people on that planet wore nuisances for the company who hired them so they needn't any alive and are ordered to kill everyone. Of coarse or soldier although outcast by them, comes back to fight for them, kills one by one every last one of those so called superior soldiers through pure ingeniosity and field experience the superior army didn't posses. And after that, he takes a transmitting device from one of the superior soldiers, calls his commander who discarded him and says "Your men... are obsolete!".
Now that's what I call a drama, not what you see in an anime like some kid got dumped by his girlfriend or viceversa. OMG, the horror!
If you'd ever consider to watch that movie, sorry for the spoiler. You probably won't so no harm done.
Loved it, and I love Kurt Russel, great actor! Seen him lately in Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight" and "Deepwater Horizon", yes, I am getting close to 10k movies, believe it or not!
Sorry for the (amount of) offtopic, but if someone starts it, I most definitely will end it.