Anyone who has ever babysat a kid has probably sat through repeated viewings of the tyke's favorite movie. Some young'uns take it to a whole new level, though, as we found out when we asked fans of Moviefone and ParentDish on Facebook to tell us which movies their kids watch over, and over (and over) again.

The most popular movies were Pixar's 'Cars,''Up,''Finding Nemo,''Wall-E,' and the 'Toy Story' franchise, Dreamworks' 'Kung Fu Panda' and 'Shrek' franchise and the timeless Disney staple 'The Little Mermaid.'

"I know a 4 year old who has seen 'Toy Story' at LEAST 100 times," said one user, Abby Collins. "He can quote it almost verbatim and has been Buzz Lightyear for Halloween for the last 2 years."

The combined results were enough to make us never want to watch those DVDs ever again! (But we love our kids enough to do it, anyway, right?) Check them out after the jump then be sure to add your own stories in the comments below.
Monsters, Inc.
Based on 34 critics

A blue behemoth (John Goodman) and his one-eyed pal (Billy Crystal) scare children. Read More

Based on 31 critics

The gang (Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard) investigates a theme park. Read More

Based on 16 critics

A piglet unexpectedly becomes a champion sheepherder with training from his adoptive canine mother. Read More

Toy Story
Based on 16 critics

An action hero's arrival creates upset in a group of toys that comes to life when people are absent. Read More

November 18, 2016
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Based on 33 critics

A robot (Ewan McGregor) must save older-model cyborgs from destruction. Read More

The Adventures of Milo and Otis
In Theaters on August 25th, 1989

A cat and a dog stray from their farm in Japan. Narrated by Dudley Moore. Read More

Based on 35 critics

A former Marine (Sam Worthington) falls in love with a native (Zoe Saldana) of a lush alien world. Read More

Based on 37 critics

A teen (Kristen Stewart) is caught up in an unorthodox romance with a vampire (Robert Pattinson). Read More

George Of The Jungle
Based on 18 critics

A man (Brendan Fraser) raised by apes rescues a U.S. heiress (Leslie Mann). Read More

Galaxy Quest
Based on 28 critics

Aliens enlist a sci-fi TV cast (Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman) to fight a war. Read More

Watch at Logan Theatre
November 8, 2016
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Based on 34 critics

A monster (Mike Myers) and a donkey (Eddie Murphy) make a deal with a mean lord. Read More