One movie fan nominated The Human Centipede. “Great storytelling and suspense-building (and I usually like horror movies),” they wrote, “but dear God, that was the most disgusting, disturbing thing I've ever watched.”
Someone else added that they, too, “I hated that movie. I knew I would hate it early on, but I kept watching just to figure out where they were going with it. I really wish I had not. The ending was one of the stupidest things I've ever seen on the screen.”
One person nominated Cuties. “I'd never before or since seen a movie where the lasting impression was “this is wrong.” I remember slapping my forehead when it showed up on Netflix later,” they explained.
Actuaryba answered, “Schindler's List. It's a great and important film, but once was enough.” Redditor zz502chevyII said, “I clicked here to type this. Glad I watched it. Never again, though. Very heartbreaking.”
Omegasedated volunteered, “A movie came out in 2004 called Crash. I really can't remember what it was even about now, but I remember leaving the cinema thinking, ‘I don't want to feel like this again.' It was a heart-wrenching movie.”