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Which Movies Did You Like/Dislike More After Rewatch?

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    I think that we all have movies that we have watched once and appreciated, but after watching them for a second time, they made more of an impact on us. There are also movies that we watched that we look fondly on that on rewatch turn out to sour our memories. I’m curious what these opinion-changing movies are for other people.

    For me, I wanted to watch Manchester by the Sea again because Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams’s performances were so genuine to me even though I wasn’t crazy about the entire movie. On the first watch, I understood why it hit people so hard at the time, but it didn’t resonate with me much outside of the Oscar-worthy performances. After rewatching it, I cried three times, and it has moved me as much as any other movie ever has. I adore this movie now and don’t see how I didn’t see it beforehand. I’m just curious what similar experience others have had, positive or negative.

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    methaddiction
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    I ended up loving The Silence of the Lambs so much more after rewatching it and The Shape of Water was just meh after watching it again.

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    I really enjoyed Lady Bird the first time I saw it, but it was through numerous rewatched (I’m around 5 or 6 now) that I began to absolutely love it, largely because I noticed more subtleties in Metcalf and Ronans performances and the abundance of details scattered throughout that had to do with the all the background stories/characters.

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    Batman (1989) grows in my estimation with age. I was six when it premiered the summer of ’89. And the whole thing was too adult for me to truly appreciate the gems it had to offer.

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    I never really thought much of “Thelma and Louise” but I watched it again recently and was really impressed. Especially with Geena Davis. She goes from being kind of a goofball to really self-assured. There is one sort of macabre scene in the car where she is talking about the expression on the rapist’s face when Sarandon shot him…..well she can’t stop laughing about it. It was such an interesting dark comedy moment. I couldn’t stop laughing along with her either.

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    The more I watch “The Princess Bride”, the more I realize where my sense of humor kinda stems from.
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    Specifically this scene

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