My sister and I were latchkey kids. In New Mexico, in the '80s, when your afternoon choices were GI Joe, My Little Pony, Facts of Life and MASH. And we had a VCR but the only tapes we owned were the ones my parents liked. And the five blanks that we used to tape movies, but only when we got some free preview or other, which was always The Disney Channel. Except two of those were reserved for movies my mom insisted we have copies of, one was mine one was my sister's and one was in play. So when you've had enough GI Joe, enough My Little Pony, enough Facts of Life (with George Clooney!)
and enough MASH, you cued up a movie.
Thus, regardless of any wants needs or efforts of my adult life, there's no possible way that I will ever watch anything as much as I have seen Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Or Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Or Mary Poppins
Or Tron, which because our cable company sucked, was without audio for all of Reel 4. Pretty much from the minute they get on the lightship until Sark gets de-rezzed, we had no audio.
Because the one I had on my tape? I didn't hardly get to watch it, until everyone had gone to bed or I knew there was no way they'd ever know I had it. So I had to basically hide it.
Worth noting? My daughter is a big fan of Ponyo so check back in a year or two.