That's probably the movie Melissa has seen the most of all movies of all time. I estimate over 100x. You should just have her recite the highlights for you next time.
I saw it several times, but probably not in the last 25 years. It does make me wonder what movie I have seen the most times and there are certainly some candidates. I think maybe O Brother Where Art Thou, but no scientific way to determine whether that is the case. Well short of 100x, though.
Given that Boris is starting to work with school orienteering teams, and that there are several middle school teams here in Seattle that have acronyms in our results, I thought this comment thread was going to be about Boris coaching the William Harrison (or something) Middle School orienteering team.
I wonder if William Henry Harrison managed to leave enough of a mark on the world to have schools named after him...
The answer to my question is clearly yes... schools in Indiana and Ohio named for the 30-day President.
My first reaction to the acronym was that it was some kind of George Michael thing.
William Henry Harrison was likely honored in Indiana more for his leadership of the US forces against the American Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe and as a General in the War of 1812 in the Battle of the Thames where Tecumseh was killed than his presidency. He is also the grandfather of Benjamin Harrison, another local political hero.
For me it must be Cars. Or at least it feels like it.