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post #141 of 232
How did I miss this thread?

My two all-time favorite movies - I can recite them completely and I'm proud of it!
Real Genius (Val Kilmer)
Better Off Dead (John Cusack)

oh, and speaking of sci-fi: Krull With Liam Neeson in a supporting role.

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Shag. When Phoebe Cates says to the hot guy, who never made another movie:

"You don't know me, you don't love me, you sure as hell don't want to marry me...so why don't you just leave me alone..." and then they make out...swoony!

Plus Bridget Fonda doing interpretive dance to DIXIE and Annabeth Gish and Buzz Ravenel in the shag contest!

Awesome!
"Maybe in one of your better dreams" has to be one of my all-time favorite come-back lines. Pass me a bevo.

I heart Night of the Comet!!

And the bag is over my head for Grease 2. I just watched it tonight even. The singing is so bad that they all had to be echo-ey to make it listenable.
post #142 of 232
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I am the ONLY fan of Heathers and Nancy Drew?

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Oh gosh no, I love Heathers. In fact, I was playing croquet (sp?) this weekend and quoting the movie. "Heather, why?" "Why NOT!?" Teehee!
post #143 of 232
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Originally Posted by chiro_kristin View Post
How did I miss this thread?

My two all-time favorite movies - I can recite them completely and I'm proud of it!
Real Genius (Val Kilmer)
Better Off Dead (John Cusack)
I was going to say Real Genius too, but I looked it up on allmovie and it got a 4 1/2 star rating, so I figured maybe it wasn't so bad after all.
post #144 of 232
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Center Stage

(please don't tell anyone) :
I really enjoyed that movie!
post #145 of 232
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Originally Posted by Sleeky_Meerkat View Post
My DF is the King of Bad/Cheesy movies. We have the best Worst Movie collection ever.

As for my guilty pleasure.....Clue, the movie.
Clue is SO awesome! That's not a bad movie!
post #146 of 232
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Originally Posted by ktbug View Post
Others:
Spies Like Us
Police Academy 3
Dirty Dancing, yes
My Cousin Vinny
Office Space
I LOVE Office Space, and I am not ashamed to admit it. I actually have it on dvd and I don't care who sees the box.
post #147 of 232
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Originally Posted by riverscout View Post
Ok, I thought of a few more that I would NEVER admit to anyone IRL:

Rock Star
Heartbreakers
Practical Magic

I would own them on dvd if I wasn't afraid of someone looking through my collection and seeing them and deciding I am not cool enough to be friends with anymore.
I love those movies! I'm not a big Jennifer Love Hewitt fan, but I liked Heartbreakers, I think it was Jason Lee that did it for me.
post #148 of 232
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my ultimate *embarrassed to take it off the shelf at Blockbuster but I do* film-

Poison Ivy 2. Not the one with Drew Barrymore, but the other one with Alyssa Milano. I love the dude she's with in that movie..he was in That Thing You Do too..can't think of his name.

Hot.
Johnathon Schaech
post #149 of 232
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I love Point Break...

"I am an F.B.I. agent!!" -one of my favorite movie quotes of all time.

And speaking of Adventures in Babysitting (which I love) how about

Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead?


which also contains one of my all-time favorite quotes:

"The dishes are done, man."
I love when SueEllen tells off David Duchovny's character, it's so funny!
post #150 of 232
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I LOVE Office Space, and I am not ashamed to admit it. I actually have it on dvd and I don't care who sees the box.
Office Space is on Comedy Central ALL the time. I think I see it on the schedule at least once a week, it can't be a bad movie, it's a classic!
post #151 of 232
You've Got Mail
French Kiss
post #152 of 232
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by firstkid4me View Post
Office Space is on Comedy Central ALL the time. I think I see it on the schedule at least once a week, it can't be a bad movie, it's a classic!
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Office Space is a comedy classic. No "bad movie" points for that one
post #153 of 232
Office Space is not a bad movie... it is a classic. MMMM KAY!

Another "bad" movie I love.... Fast times at Ridgemont High.
post #154 of 232
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Originally Posted by TheDivineMissE View Post
Sorry, but Steel Magnolias doesn't count. That is an EXCELLENT movie! The cemetary scene was Sally Field's greatest moment. Simply amazing.
Nah, Steel Magnolias is guilty pleasure for me because it's SUCH a "chick flick", not my usual taste at all.

I have Pink Flamingos on DVD. Now THAT's a bad movie, but so bad it's good. It defies its badness.

I also like cheesy 80s comedies. My husband hates all John Hughes movies, he says the references go over his head because he's not American. He's the only person I know who doesn't think Ferris Bueller's Day Off is funny!

Highlander Endgame is a baaaad movie.
post #155 of 232
There are a few but I consider these to be first class movies and no one could ever tell me otherwise.

Planet of the Apes, not the new one they made a few years ago but the old classics. I also have the entire television series on video to watch.

I like the Color Purple and have watched that several times.

Gone with the Wind

Any movie that involves the highjacking of an airplane or airplanes.

Anything by Jodie Foster except Taxi Driver.
post #156 of 232
thank you firstkid! He is a cutie pie extraordinaire.

Chiro..I will watch Grease 2 with you anytime...Mr Nogarelli was a babe. And who can ever get enough of the musical genius score?

Lets Bowl Lets Bowl, Lets Rock and Roll!!
awesome.
post #157 of 232
My Cousin Vinny is a bad movie? :

I don't think all comedies qualify as bad movies!
post #158 of 232
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Originally Posted by alaskanteach View Post
I am the ONLY fan of Heathers and Nancy Drew?

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Nope. Teenage Suicide, Don't do it

Suburbia (the 1984 version) is so bad it's great.

Coldblooded (w/ Jason Priestly)

Love and a 45

Car Wash:
post #159 of 232
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Originally Posted by alaskanteach View Post
I am the ONLY fan of Heathers and Nancy Drew?

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OMG, I totally forgot about Heathers! I LOVE this movie!

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Originally Posted by boingo82 View Post
I was wondering when someone would say Labyrinth! David Bowie prancing around in those near-transparent tights. Could they have BEEN any thinner?
Labyrinth has already been mentioned, but we agreed that it isn't a crappy movie, so it doesnt count!

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Originally Posted by riverscout View Post
I LOVE Office Space, and I am not ashamed to admit it. I actually have it on dvd and I don't care who sees the box.
Are you crazy? You think Office Space is something that counts as a bad movie? This is one of the best movies ever!!!!
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Originally Posted by intorainbowz View Post
Office Space is not a bad movie... it is a classic. MMMM KAY!

Another "bad" movie I love.... Fast times at Ridgemont High.
: Again, I don't think most ppl consider FTRH a bad movie. Its one of those awesome 80's cult classics!!!
post #160 of 232
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Originally Posted by MelanieMC View Post
Are you crazy? You think Office Space is something that counts as a bad movie? This is one of the best movies ever!!!!
Except the part where the supposed "programmer" goes, "PC LOAD LETTER? What the eff does that mean??!?"
It makes me want to throw shoes at the TV.
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