8 Movies So Intense We Never Want to Watch Them Again

"It left me feeling like a desolate, empty shell for hours. It was harrowing, as if a part of me had been taken away. No tears, just emptiness."

Silent Running (1972)

"The movie is beautiful, and the dog's personality feels so real, but I doubt I could endure it again."

A Dog's Purpose (2017)

It s an exceptional piece of work, truly remarkable in its execution and storytelling. However, the themes it delves into are deeply disturbing and profoundly depressing.

Requiem for a Dream (2000)

"It's an outstanding Korean film, but it truly devastates me every time I watch it. The cinematography, storytelling, and score are exceptional, but I ended up having an asthma attack from crying so intensely."

Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War (2004)

"It's a remarkable movie with exceptional acting, but the daughter s death deeply affects me, making it unbearable to watch again."

Steel Magnolias (1989)

"The mystery was captivating, but I can't bring myself to watch it again now that I know the ending."

Knives Out (2019)

"I adored the movie, but it shattered me into too many pieces for me to consider watching it again."

Stepmom (1998)

"It's a compelling story, but the imagery is so disturbing that the thought of enduring it again makes my stomach churn."

Se7en (1995)