Good/great films that aren't rewatchable

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  1. Teelie Jokerface

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    John Wick for me. There are others but that one sticks out most.
     
  2. sycamore Registered

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    A Quiet Place. It was great when I watched it, just have no desire to see it again, not in the near future anyway.
     
  3. LoganPool father | veteran | musician

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    One of my all-time favorite movies is one that I can't come to re-watch... The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
     
  4. Spider-Fan SHHFFL 2014/2019 Champion

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    12 Years a Slave. Great movie, but not an experience I want to relive. It's hard to watch.
     
  5. Mandon Knight We did it......

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    Sound of Music.
     
  6. Spider-Aziz Boards made me cry

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    This falls under a new definition of favorite. :O

    Like they say... not everything is for everyone.
    It's nicely easy for me to watch.
     
  7. Joe Von Zombie Hell yeah!

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    The Killing of a Sacred Deer
     
  8. Herofan Registered

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    I would hope that would be especially rewatchable, at least if you really liked it the first time, like it better when really knowing/understanding what was really happening and how.
     
  9. DyeLorean will return

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    Arrival is a film I'm wanting to revisit soon. Only saw it once on theaters.
     

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