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    something that has been watched or listened to repeatedly - how to say it?

    Hello all users!

    Suppose we are listening to a wife and a husband discussing their plans for the rest of the day.

    WIFE: Would you like to watch this beautiful film with me, darling?

    HUSBAND: What film do you mean?

    WIFE: "Tales of Pirx the Pilot" based on the novel by Stanisław Lem.

    HUSBAND: I don't like such kind of films. Besides, how many times am I supposed to watch the same film over and over again. It sound like "heated up cutlets".

    By using "heated up cutlets", I mean something that has been watched or listened to repeatedly. Is this the way in which You express this phrase in English. If not, please tell me the English equivalent.

    Thank you.

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    Re: something that has been watched or listened to repeatedly - how to say it?

    Perhaps:

    Same old, same old.

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