At the other end of the spectrum I was round helping out a friend and his kids so got roped into watching Lion King which I watched a lot when I was younger and haven't seen for a long, long time. I hadn't realised it was James Earl Jones that voiced Mufasa and Rowan Atkinson nor just how big the film was and never really been matched since until Frozen.
My brother gave me documentary called McLaren which is about Bruce McLaren, a racing driver and engineer who is the namesake of the McLaren racing team. I was surprised that despite being reasonably familiar with F1, I didn't know anything about him aside from a passing mention when watching a Ford documentary as he drove one of the winning Fort GT 40's. He was quite a remarkable individual first drawing attention for his driving ability then more so for his engineering ability, Ford highly valued him as a test driver in the GT40's as he was able to provide useful feedback in improving the car. He designed and built F1 cars, Indy 500 and also a race series I hadn't heard of called Can-am - this was an F1-esque racing series but with no rules or limits on the engines which could be as powerful as they could make them. The series was generally badly one sided with a single manufacturer often dominating for several years but it was still popular for the spectacle of the powerful cars. Porsche broke McLaren's Can-am winning streak with the now legendary 917 which at one point was running with a 5.4 V12 producing 1,600 bhp and still one of the most powerful engines ever in track racing. Porsche also tried an even bigger engine with 16 cylinders but drivers didn't like the effect on the handling with the car needing to be longer to accommodate the huge engine.
Now it's out on blu-ray I watched Guardians of the Galaxy V2 which is still visually impressive but doesn't stand up well to another viewing.
I also went back to the cinema to watch Blade Runner 2049 as I was keen for a friend to see it who couldn't come the previous week, he'd been a bit evasive about going but I think that's because he was worried it was going to be a sequel similar to the Force Awakens even though I tried to convince him it's nothing like it. When I first watched Blade Runner it was a film I didn't think I'd be that bothered about watching again for a while as I'd know what happens but actually I was glad I went to see it again, above all else what I think the film does extremely well is really taking you into the Bladerunner universe and feeling you're part of it.