Hugh Mann wrote:
If a movie requires you to watch it several times before you like it, then it's a crap movie.
Why? How is a movie fundamentally different than any other art form where one's appreciation for a particular example of a form can change from one instance of exposure to others? I've already listed a number of examples where I began with an intense dislike of something and came to enjoy that thing immensely. Was my list of examples not compelling because I didn't include any movies? Or do you simply think I was lying?