For the first time in the history of Now Conspiring, we completely botched the recording of an episode. The original episode featured me, Kayla, Maria, and Adonis making podcast gold talking about movies that are the most rewatchable, but one corrupted audio file later, I was forced to rerecord the episode by myself.
This is a weird, but thankfully short episode that I don’t encourage anyone to actually listen to. Seriously, don’t press play. Stop. OK, fine you can listen, but I warned you.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is YOUR most “rewatchable” movie?
Let us know your thoughts (and your favorite podcast moments) in the comments, which we may read on next week’s show! And be sure to rate our show on iTunes and/or Stitcher, where you can also download this episode. Or just Tweet us…@NowConspiring
Our Song of the Week intro-ing the show is “Marvin Gaye (feat. Meghan Trainor),” by Charlie Pluth. It’s from his upcoming album, Nine Track Mind, which is due to release in November. Enjoy!
19 thoughts on “Which Movie Is The Most ‘Rewatchable?’”
As soon as I read the title I thought, “The Princess Bride.” The email loaded the picture and there it was. That movie is probably the most rewatchable movie there is. I also really like rewatching “Megamind” and “The Lego Movie.”
Jon my jaw fell when you said you dont know what movie it is. Dont worry about it though. Its from V from Vendetta. #TeamAdonis #KickAss3
princess bride forever
Interesting movies like No Escape, War Room, and Sinister came out and you decided to not review them and go to the most rewatchable movie instead. What a shame. Back to school begins tomorrow for me.
Also, the most rewatchable movies for me were Despicable Me and Star Wars.
I was hoping to see the completed Part 3 of the Pixar Detective come out after the final chapter was released, but that never happened.
12 Angry Men (1957, of course)
Inception is the most rewatchable movie ever. The movie is a riddle wrapped in an enigma which makes it fun everytime you watch it and discover more every replay. Also congrats Jon for carrying the podcast by yourself. It was pretty entertaining. #TeamAdonis #KickAss3
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The most rewatchable movie to me is (suprise) Pulp Fiction. I’ve seen it seven times in the past year and still notice something new each time. But, in the interest of originality, I will name some other movies I find to be extremely rewatchable, which include, but are not limited to: The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Shawshank Redemption, The Kill Bill movies, Reservoir Dogs, and especially To Kill A Mockingbird. Also, a very special thanks to Jon for actually reading my entire comment from last week and for doing pretty well all by himself. I already miss Maria and Kayla and Adonis. I don’t miss everyone else, though (you know who you are).
Megamind. And/or Thor.
Most rewatchable movie to me is Holes. Anyone wanna guess why?
Most rewatchable movie is The Dark Knight. Its great and interesting. The action is incredible, and the acting, man i just love it. #TeamAdonis #KickAss3
Most rewatchable movie? Not Kick Ass 3. #TeamMike #KickAss3Sucks
I agree with Robert. Dark Knight is my favorite movie. #TeamAdonis #KickAss3
Adonis i’m mad at you for trash talking about Smosh’s movie. I love those guys. And just for that. #TeamMike #KickAss3Sucks
That would probably be ‘Inception’ for me. It gives you a lot to ponder and think about after each viewing. There are so many analogies to be made with different fields and it gets better the more you analyze/deconstruct the movie.
The Silence of the Lambs and Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me, I watched both when I was 10 and I was traumatised for life. Now every time I watch these movies, they transport me back to when I was 10 watching scary movies that I didn’t quite get.
Back to the Future. It never gets boring.
Most rewatchable movie? Beverly Hills Cop 3. Without a doubt.