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post #61 of 232
mmmmm RHPS!!!
post #62 of 232
yep. I can't knock RHPS too much either. I spent 5 years of my life going to that and it is where I met my DH!
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and one of my all time favorite movies ever - Ladyhawk with Michelle Pfeiffer, Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick. I love the plot but sometimes the cheesy 80's music starts to get to me when I'm watching it. Has anyone ever seen this movie??

Love love LOVE LADYHAWK!
I saw it for the first time in history class in high school

I now own it on DVD.
post #64 of 232
I think Super Troopers is hallarious - Where is the bag over my head smilie? It is on TV a lot and I've watched it so many times. It never gets old!

Weird Science.

As a PP mentioned, The Breakfast Club.
post #65 of 232
DH and I tend to like stupid shut-your-brain-off-and-laugh comedies, but as most of our friends are more into intllectual/smart/spiritual movies (which we also enjoy) we keep our "tendency" tou ourselves
post #66 of 232
I have a favorite genre of bad movies rather than just one bad movie. I feel compelled to watch any horrible made-for-TV movie about the British royal family. : I can't explain it since I'm philosophically opposed to the very idea of royalty and these movies are always sooooo bad.
post #67 of 232
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.
post #68 of 232
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Well, I guess sticking with Weber I'd have to say "Jesus Christ Superstar". And I am a pagan. I just love the music and the dancing hippies so much.
My kids just saw this movie for the first time, and they are IN LOVE with it!!!!!!!

My 7-yo: "Mom, will you PLEASE get this for my birthday this year???????? It's the only thing I want!" :



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Point Break.
Um, I want to BE Lori Petty in this movie ...


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Armageddon
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Saving Silverman
Love 'em both.


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And how could I forget - Cry Baby.
Awesome flick.


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She's Having a Baby.
OK, this one makes me cry and cry and cry!
I love it!



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Dirty Dancing
Did anybody catch the anniversary release in theatres this summer???


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Showgirls
That movie is a terrible guilty pleasure! :
I love it when Gina Gershon gets pushed down the stairs, and when Nomi totally humiliates herself by saying "VerSASE" instead of "Versace".
Some parts of that movie are brutal to watch, though - like when Nomi's roommate gets raped.


My own list of shame:

Son-in-Law
Dante's Peak
Steel Magnolias
Sleeping With the Enemy
Dying Young
Legend - Tim Curry is sooooo fantastic in this.

DH laughs at me for my "anything directed by John Hughes" addiction (I actually own a special edition "Brat Pack" DVD set : ) - but he can't point fingers. He will watch The Fifth Element over and over and over.
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DH laughs at me for my "anything directed by John Hughes" addiction (I actually own a special edition "Brat Pack" DVD set : ) - but he can't point fingers. He will watch The Fifth Element over and over and over.
OMG! The Fifth Element! Any time I flip by a channel when it is on, I MUST stop and watch it. I CANNOT turn away from it. I don't know what it is about it that pulls me in. I don't even want to think about how many times I have watched it. :
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But...but I LOVE Evita. I've always thought it was the only good Madonna movie! I even have the soundtrack and it makes me teary.

There are tons of bad movies that I love...but I can't think of them right now. Ok, reading through the answers and you guys are seriously making me feel like I have terrible taste. Just don't tell dh, I don't want him to know he was right. But even he loves Armageddon, come on? What about the part where that guy rides the bomb.
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Annie

When I was a child I wanted to be an orphan.
I beat up all the boys in my neighbourhood after seeing it :

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1776
and i say VOTE YES! VOTE YES! vote for in-dee-pen-den-SEEEEEEEEEEEEE! : omg dh and i were *so* disappointed this past 4th of July when not one channel was showing 1776 -- what is *wrong* with people?

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Center Stage

(please don't tell anyone) :
yeah, that's the one where if its on, i HAVE to watch. it's SO bad but i love me some Ethan Steifel (former ballerina here, i use that as my excuse! : )

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Really? Evita is considered a bad movie? Other than the fact that Madonna's pronunciation of "Buenos Aires" totally grates on my ears, I love that one! But I have absolutely no taste, as you are about to see...

I'm somewhat of a fan of what is quite possibly the worst movie EVER. No redeeming value at all. The acting is bad, the dialouge is bad, there's some rather disturbing violence...it's....

Showgirls.: I haven't watched it in a couple years, but we DO have it on DVD. The collectors edition, rated NC-17, with the shot glasses and "pin the pasties on the showgirl" game.

I'm never going to be allowed to post on MDC again, am i?
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post #71 of 232
Dirty Dancing. I love it. I mean Love it.
post #72 of 232
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Dirty Dancing. I love it. I mean Love it.
I own the anniversary soundtrack and dvd and now i want to find it and watch it....... darn you!
post #73 of 232
It's a terrible film... but I do like Showgirls, especially that part where she kicks the aSS of the man who attacked her room mate.

I also really liked Waterworld.. everyone seemed to hate it at the time, but I thought it was great

And Starship Troopers... another bad, but great entertainment film

Peace
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It's a terrible film... but I do like Showgirls, especially that part where she kicks the aSS of the man who attacked her room mate.

And Starship Troopers... another bad, but great entertainment film
I think we can all agree that anything by Paul Verhoeven - RoboCop, Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Showgirls, Starship Troopers, Hollow Man, Zwartboek - belongs on this list.
post #75 of 232
Its not a bad movie per say, but its a musical, ........I'm a renthead!
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I like a lot of the movies mentioned here, but my biggest, deepest darkest secret movie is Tombstone. It's a character flaw. I'm a sucker for a smart-ass. "Maybe poker's just not your game. I know. Let's have a spelling contest." :
"I'll be your Huckleberry" I LOVE tombstone because of Val Kilmer-even tuberculosis ridden, he's hot...
post #77 of 232
Also any movie with zombies Resident Evil, Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dean, Land of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Return of the Living Dead-the best by far.

And Cannibal the Musical. It's a Trey Parker film (before South Park, I think). Absolutely wonderfully horrible.
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and i say VOTE YES! VOTE YES! vote for in-dee-pen-den-SEEEEEEEEEEEEE! : omg dh and i were *so* disappointed this past 4th of July when not one channel was showing 1776 -- what is *wrong* with people?
You should get the director's cut on DVD. "Cool Considerate Men" was left off the original theatrical version of the movie. "To the right, ever to the right..." It's scary how apropos that song is these days!
post #79 of 232
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I think we can all agree that anything by Paul Verhoeven - RoboCop, Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Showgirls, Starship Troopers, Hollow Man, Zwartboek - belongs on this list.
Oh absolutely!!! I'd forgotten all about Robocop, wow I do like that film (even with all of that violence)

You're coming with me... dead or alive!!

Peace
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Duece Bigelow, Male Gigalo. Oh, the shame.
I love that movie! It's so funny!
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