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mindbreaker
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Marley and me


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stein_burgundy
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Only the Brave. Great movie very sad ending.


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Indiana Tiger
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.


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Al Bundy Bulldog
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
The Sixth Sense


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messyjesse
Member since Nov 2015
957 posts

re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
I watched this on a whim at 8AM one day when I was home sick from work. I cried until lunchtime.


Bench McElroy
Member since Nov 2009
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Yeah, a lot of Japanese movies devastate you emotionally which makes it ideal for one-time viewings. It either won’t have the same affect or kill you emotionally again on repeat viewings. Felt that way about Millennium Actress and Sansho The Bailiff. Both movies were great but have no desire of ever watching those movies again.


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Bigtime92
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
The Passion of the Christ.


Everyone should see it, but no one should see it twice.


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Ryan3232
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Im surely in the minority here, but Im not a fan of rewatching most movies. If it’s on cable and im strolling through, sure ill watch something ive seen. As far as going to a streaming service and picking something to rewatch would probably not happen.

(Of course there are awesome movies ive seen many, many times).


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slacker130
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Life is Beautiful


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FlappingPierre
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Member since Nov 2013
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
I will never watch the boy in the striped pajamas again


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TigerFanatic99
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
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Never watched Million Dollar Baby a second time, but I thought it was a good movie


This. frick that movie.


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LouisianaLonghorn
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Member since Jan 2006
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
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Wouldn’t say I loved it, but United 93 was riveting. Will never watch again.


United 93
Old Yeller
Where the Red Fern Grows
Marley and Me


TygerTyger
LSU Fan
Houston
Member since Oct 2010
6353 posts

re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
United 93 - refuse to watch it a first time.
Old Yeller - yep
Where the Red Fern Grows - yep
Marley and Me - refuse to watch it a first time.

Hell, as I get older I can't even hardly watch nature shows anymore. At first I'm pulling for the wolf because she's hungry and needs to feed her pups. Then, I'm pulling for the caribou because he's fighting for his life.

I end up just changing the channels because I'm becoming a pussy in my old age.


King George
Member since Dec 2013
4688 posts

re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
What Dreams May Come

So sad. So depressing. Beautiful movie though.


GentlemanTiger
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Shreveport
Member since Oct 2019
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
12 Years a Slave
The Passion of the Christ
Million Dollar Baby
Requiem for a Dream
The Wrestler


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Ed Osteen
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
Dunkirk and 1917 were great experiences in the theater but I doubt I ever watch either again


Pettifogger
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
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Dunkirk and 1917 were great experiences in the theater but I doubt I ever watch either again



Thought this too, but I've watched Dunkirk probably 10 times since release (after saying I have no interest in watching it again).

I think it's partly the score and several scenes I really like. I don't think that'll happen with 1917. I'm sure I'll watch it again, but it doesn't have a lot of rewatch value for me.


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AlxTgr
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
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The Road



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DallasTiger
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The scene in Ryan where the German soldier is slowly driving the knife into Mellish's chest as he begs him not to do it, is more than I can bear.

We all have our most upsetting movie scene, that one's mine. I don't ever want to watch it again.


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Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
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re: Movies You Love, but Can’t Rewatch
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obligatory Requiem For A Dream mention




Yeah, it was a great movie but I'd rather not watch the horrific downward spiral the characters go through again. I'll add on Schindler's List to the "loved it, never need to see it again" group.


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