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Guilty movie pleasure...

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by mcwildcard, 14 Sep 2009.

  1. mcwildcard

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    What movies do you quietly love, that pretty much the rest of the planet hates?

    For me, it has to be Hudson Hawk and Harlem Nights :D
     
  2. Lysander

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    Cocktail.

    It remains the most embarrassing film in my collection by a long way, but I do like it. I find Tom Cruise very watchable [in a non gay way].
     
  3. Nitefly

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    Wrongfully Accused is probably one of the funniest films I have ever seen. The train scene in the following clip has me in stitches every time. Just when you think it couldn't be more ridiculous..... well, watch and find out :p



    In fact, I take it back, it's just a great film :D
     
  4. alex24

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    I am partly ashamed to say I found Along Came Polly hilarious.
     
  5. SixTwoSix

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  6. Nix

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    The song/scene 'Master Exploder' from Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny. It's such an awesome little film. :D

    The intro to the film really has to be one of my favourite and I totally didn't expect it.

    EDIT:

    Just realised there's a bit of swearing in there. Choice is yours to look it up I guess.
     
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  7. Frapple

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    Seen Girl Next Door three times.

    Awesome film.
     
  8. Nitefly

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    That's not a guilty pleasure, that's great.
     
  9. Mark A

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    Devils Rejects.

    I always root for the bad guys.
     
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  10. Lysander

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    I wouldn't say that needed to be a 'guilty pleasure'. It's a pretty decent film. Moseley's performance is very impressive.
     
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  11. RIZZEE

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    The only one i can think of is Garden State
     
  12. Calabi

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    I wouldnt admit to liking it face to face.

    Neither would I admit to owning a DVD of Whats up Doc.
     
  13. Fenris

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    Aladin.

    After watching I down a can of Stella and break something.
     
  14. Vonhelmet

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    Clueless isn't really hated by people, but it is a bit embarrassing.
     
  15. Belmit

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    Alien Resurrection. Most Alien fans hate it, or are at least adverse to it, and I can see why. As I'm not too precious about the first three I find a lot of joy in the continuation of the story with the whole alien/human hybrid thing. I mean come on, it has a dude in a wheelchair that transforms into a shotgun, a superhuman Ripley with acid blood, Dan Hedaya as the hairiest captain ever, the weird alien hybrid with the human eyes... and Ron Perlman.

    I also like the idea of a Winona Rybot...
     
  16. Vonhelmet

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    There was nothing worthy about that film at all, with the exception of Winona Ryder.

    Mind you, I didn't even like Alien 3 much, so take my comments with a pinch of salt.
     
  17. GSXRMovistar

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    One film I can think of would be Bicentennial Man.
     
  18. Shamikebab

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    I love that as well, in fact that sort of film is my guilty pleasure. They really cheer me up.

    I also really like Bulletproof Monk, which I think most people hated.
     
  19. marc2003

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    matilda. :D
     
  20. bledd

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    ^who hates Matilda?

    chokey for the win!