Hello, I'm Allie, and I unironically enjoy a lot of movies that most people consider — how do I put this — "bad."
But I've found that these same people have usually only seen these movies they insist are "bad" like once (sometimes not even all the way through). Then they enjoy them a lot more when I force them to rewatch them!
So, with all of this in mind, what's one movie that you think a lot more people would like — or at least enjoy — if they'd just give it a rewatch?
Maybe you thought Scott Pilgrim vs. the World was too long and/or too weird when you first saw it in theaters, but realized its awesomeness years later when a friend made you give it another chance.
Or perhaps you were bored out of your mind as a kid watching Atlantis, but as an adult, you don't understand why it's not held up on the same pedestal as all the other "Disney classics."
Heck, maybe your friends dragged you to a rowdy midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and you hated it until you could actually hear the killer soundtrack from the quiet of your living room.
Share the title of the movie and a little bit about why you think more people should rewatch it in the comments below for a chance to be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post and/or video!