TV Review: Re-watching addiction is worth it


Darian Lester, Staff Reporter

A normal person would watch a movie or a TV show just once, but not me. I am the kind of person that likes to re-watch things over and over again. I have many reasons why I do it.

I love movies and the ones I re-watch are the one that I love. How To Train Your Dragon is a movie that I always watch over and over again. Every time I re-watch something I feel like I learn something new that I hadn’t figured out before.

Teen Wolf is another example. I love that show with a passion, and I recently re-watched it I found out new things that I didn’t the first time watching it and I was surprised at what I found out.

Another reason is because I am bored and don’t want to start anything new. So I re-watch something to take up my free time. I have re-watched H20 Just Add Water so many times.

Well, the last reason is that I play something that I have watched before while doing homework or reading. At times I don’t want to listen to music while doing something, so I put on a movie to keep me focused, although I always get distracted so stop watching it. The other day I was watching Dragon Race To The Edge, (a TV show on Netflix about How To Train Your Dragon) and I had to turn it off because I was finishing season six and I couldn’t bear the thought of missing anything. I will be re-watching that soon.

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is my favorite movie. I watched it so many times when I was little and it is still my favorite movie. It inspired me to ride horses and live life at the fullest. I watched that movie the other day because I missed it.

A genre of movies that I love is fantasy. I love Harry Potter, Lord of The Rings, Hobbit, Excalibur, and many more. I have watched those movies more than once, it was part of my phase. I would go to my grandmother and watch Lord of The Rings then The Hobbit, and by the time I finished all six movies my mom is already home from a long day of work.

I found this website on re-watching movies and TV and I found it interesting: