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The 25 Films that Most Frequently Use the Word "F--k"

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | April 1, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | April 1, 2012 |


It was another great weekend at the box office, thanks to The Hunger Games, which continued to pile on the cash, adding $61 million and passing the $250 million mark (the fifth-fastest to ever do so). Those numbers did not, however, completely demolish Wrath of Titans, which somehow managed to make $34 million despite being the world’s dullest film. TK warned me, but did I listen. NO I DID NOT. Even my popcorn fell asleep. Mirror Mirror, the movie I should have seen even though it’s a kid’s movie was Mirror Mirror, at least according to Joanna. That film came in third with $19 million. The rest of the top five was 21 Jumpstreet, which is about to cross the $100 million mark, and The Lorax, which is closing in on $200 million. If you’re curious, John Carter made $2 million this weekend.

Not a terribly exciting week at the box office (though, it was up 27 percent over the same weekend last year), so let’s move in a different direction for today’s April Fool’s box-office report: The F word. As in, “See off, you can fuck right over to it.” Apropos of nothing, here are the 25 movies which most frequently bandy about that glorious word.

1. Fuck (2005 Documentary) — 824 times

2. Summer of Sam (1999) — 435

3. Nil by Mouth (1997) — 428

4. Casino (1995) — 398

5. Alpha Dog (2007) — 367

6. Twin Town (1997) — 318

7. Running Scared (2006) — 315

8. Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat (2002) — 311

9. Menace II Society (1993) — 300

10. Goodfellas (1993) — 300

11. Narc (2002) — 297

12. Harsh Times (2006) — 296

13. Made (2001) — 291

14. Another Day in Paradise (1998) — 291

15. Pride and Glory (2008) — 291

16. Dirty (2005) — 280

17. I’m Still Here (2010) — 280

18. Jarhead — (2005) — 278

19. Bully (2001) — 274

20. State Property 2 (2005) — 271

21. Brooklyn’s Finest (2010) — 270

22. Resovoir Dogs (1992) — 269

23. Pulp Fiction (1994) — 265

24. The Big Lebowski (1998) — 260

25. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) — 248




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