Cool thread. I'm just gonna pick some of the first that come to me. I got a train to Birmingham to see Before Midnight in the closest cinema I could find that was playing it and it ended up being the smallest one I've ever been to where you got to sit on your own leather couch and you had a menu and a phone number you could text to order food/drinks from. It was the most perfect experience I've ever had going to see a film, from the movie itself to the environment and the company. I vividly remember watching Bridge to Teribithia for the second time because I had recently watched it for the first time after some friends told me it would make me cry despite the fact that I hadn't cried at a film in years at the time. The first time I was sad but no tears. The second time I was solidly crying for like half an hour, I have no idea what happened but I was fucking weeping. I remember watching Baby Mama 5 times in a row when my girlfriend was pregnant. It wasn't even that bad.