KAGAMI: You figured that if you watched something vaguely action-y, like Princess Mononoke, Kagami might object to the movie a little less. Well, you weren’t wrong. Entirely wrapped up in the plot, he actually paid more attention than you did, jeering at the villagers who wished to invade the forest and actually cheering for the Princess and her wolves. He still hated dogs, but he figured that wolves were okay so long as they didn’t come close to him. He would actually prompt you to play the next movie as soon as it was done.
AOMINE: You loved Howl’s Moving Castle, and Howl’s drama queen nature sometimes reminded you of a certain blue-haired boy. Although you were predictably more invested in the movie, Aomine did his best to sit through the movie, occasionally state how he was in fact both cooler and better looking than Howl, and eat every last kernel of popcorn. When the first movie was over, he’d probably only watch the rest to humor you.
AKASHI: If it made you happy, he’d do it. You both, however, had utterly miscalculated how heart-wrenchingly sad Grave of the Fireflies was, and you’d ended up in tears. Akashi had suggested a break, but you’d pushed for another, more cheerful sounding movie: The Tale of Princess Kaguya. When that ending upset you as well, Akashi suggest you take a break for a while, and had only cheerful movies prepared for when you were ready to start again.
KUROKO: When you’d persuaded Kuroko to watch The Cat Returns with you, he was absolutely sure it would end up being rather childish. He agreed anyway, hoping to share an interest with you so that he could understand you better. What Kuroko didn’t expect was to actually become engrossed in the movie, along with all it’s cheesy power of friendship motifs. He frowned when you did, and laughed a few jokes you hadn’t actually caught. You both could agree on one thing in particular though. The King Cat was an ass and you both hated him. The movie marathon would be enjoyable to him as long as you both got reasonable amounts of sleep.