Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
Full Metal Jacket.
Cape Fear (De Niro totally creeped me out - scared the sh*t out of me) and Saw (no idea why I watched this the first time).
The Road (Cormac McCarthy cook).
Some of these make sense and I can deduce why you can't re-watch them ("Brian's Song" because it is so tear-jerking or "Saw" because one finds it so unsettling), but some of these I would love to hear the explanation.
"Forrest Gump"? "Home Alone"? "Quigley Down Under"? Really? Quigley Down Under?
For me it is "Saving Private Ryan". I loved it, but it is really too gut-wrenching to sit through again.
Any M. Night Shyamalan movie. Once you found out the twist at the end, what's the point?
Except Signs, I enjoyed Signs : J
they shoot horses dont they
Trainspotting and The Pianist
Requiem For A Dream
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. I can't imagine watching that agin knowing how it ends.
Blackhawk Down. Too many bad memories.
craig2197 wrote:Requiem For A Dream
American History X and Twelve years a slave. Both wonderful stories that needed to be told, but I left so upset that I don't want to go through either one again.
requiem for a dream
2001: A Space Odyssey. That movie opened my eyes in unexplainable ways but I don't think I could ever watch it again and feel the same way the second time.
Disney's Song of the South
Salvador, Saving Private Ryan
Meet Joe Black
A Time to Kill
its a wonderful life, depresses the hell out of me.
SBeckerDTD wrote:2001: A Space Odyssey. That movie opened my eyes in unexplainable ways but I don't think I could ever watch it again and feel the same way the second time.
Have you read or watched any of the sequels?
It's just way too emotionally heavy
Grave of the Fireflies
gwhiz1150 wrote:Meet Joe Black
I watch that every time I see it is on tv.
Requiem for a Dream