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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Funny Games’

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Michael Haneke remade his own film 10 years later with 2007's 'Funny Games,' starring Naomi Watts and Tim Roth as a couple vacationing at their family's lake house when a pair of well-dressed, preppy young men stop by to borrow some eggs, but end up taking the family hostage instead

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Irreversible’

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Gaspar Noe takes on the rape and revenge genre with this provocative film told in reverse -- a woman (Monica Bellucci) is raped, and her lover (Bellucci's real-life husband Vincent Cassel) seeks out those responsible for the heinous crime so he can exact his horrifying and morally-questionable revenge

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘United 93′

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Director Paul Greengrass used black box recordings from doomed United flight 93 to recreate the story, as faithfully as possible, of what took place on that plane on September 11, 2001. The unsettling elements are obvious: we know the outcome of this story, but you can't help but hope that it will somehow be different this time

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Paradise Lost’

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This documentary (the first in a trilogy series) chronicles the lives of the West Memphis Three, three teenage boys from Arkansas who were arrested and convicted of murdering three young boys in the woods

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Schindler’s List’

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Steven Spielberg's Holocaust masterpiece follows Oskar Schindler (portrayed by Liam Neeson), a German businessman who saves the lives of more than a thousand Jews by giving them work in his factories

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Inside’

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The French really know how to push buttons, especially when it comes to horror. 'Inside,' or 'A l'interieur,' tells the story of a pregnant woman named Sarah, recently widowed after her husband died in a horrible car accident

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Enter the Void’

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Gaspar Noe makes it onto the list again with his self-described "psychedelic melodrama" about a young man named Oscar who is shot and killed by the police, but continues to observe life after death, floating above and watching lives as they carry on without him

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Martyrs’

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Yet another French horror film makes its way onto the list -- Pascal Laugier's brutal 2008 horror film tells the story of Lucie, a little girl who escapes torture but is haunted by a destructive force that isn't quite done with her yet

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Amour’

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You could argue that all of Michael Haneke's films are fit for this list -- they're all meaningful and crafted beautifully, but you'd be hard pressed to convince yourself to revisit most of them. 'Amour,' released in 2012 and nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards, is an exploration of love (as the title suggests) through the eyes of an elderly couple confronted with death when the wife suffers a stroke, leaving her husband to care for her as her health quickly diminishes

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Antichrist’

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Like Michael Haneke, Lars Von Trier is another director whose films are often great, but so unflinchingly bleak that you may never want to sit through them ever again. 'Antichrist,' released in 2009, follows a man (Willem Dafoe) and his wife (Charlotte Gainsbourg) -- credited only as "Man" and "Woman" -- as they travel to the countryside to ease the grief and guilt felt by the woman following the shocking death of their young child, who fell out of a window while the couple made love

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