... after watching them again, you've changed your mind. You like them now!
(Or at least see more virtue in them ...)
Sometimes, after watching a movie a second or (dare I say) even a third time - I find they've really grown on me. I appreciate different aspects of them too. I'm not so hung up on what happens as much as how the story was told, the screenplay, the music, the color palettes, stuff like that.
What movies have you enjoyed more as they age, like a fine wine?
What made me think of this thread topic?
I watched "Unbreakable" again last night, hadn't watched it for a few years ... although a stronger reveal at the end would have made the film nearly as powerful as "The Sixth Sense" it's a damn decent film, some excellent scenes, some wonderful construction.
(And to digress, I would love to see something as powerful as this from M Night again.)