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I love Love Actually. I've seen it 10 times or so and it currently sits on my DVR where it will not be erased. I know every line, yet I still laugh, cry and clasp my hands together with glee at the end. My wife refuses to be in the room with me when I watch it as "it's just too fucking embarrassing a spectacle to witness."

 

I love Love Actually.

 

lefty

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Amazing
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Howard the Duck and Bloodsport are two that come to mind.

The 1st movie is so ridiculous and the love scene between Lea Thompson and the duck traumatized me immensely when I was a young boy.

Bloodsport is like watching a live-action Street Fighter II and perhaps has the best-worst line in the history of film when a promoter evaluates a couple of potential fighters to the tournament, he just looks them over and says "OK U.S.A."

I was flicking few weeks ago and howard duck was on...the diner scene to be specific...wtf did I just watch.
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I've never been able to bring myself to watch Howard the Duck, even though it seems like it's on pretty frequently on basic cable.

My guilty pleasure movies are those horrible SyFy Original movies, the ones with wyverns and yetis and sharktopus and all those other shows. They are so deliciously horrible that I can't turn away. I'm also old enough to remember when the crappy special effects in these movies would have been better than anything at the cineplex.
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 I liked these  2 movies the best from the recent ones:

 

 1. Trance http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1924429/?ref_=sr_1  A very intelligent mystery by Danny Boyle

 

 2. Behind the candelabra  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1291580/?ref_=sr_1  Liberace biopic. I knew that Michael Douglas was good. But I didn't know he was that good.

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Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
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Howard the Duck and Bloodsport are two that come to mind.

The 1st movie is so ridiculous and the love scene between Lea Thompson and the duck traumatized me immensely when I was a young boy.

Bloodsport is like watching a live-action Street Fighter II and perhaps has the best-worst line in the history of film when a promoter evaluates a couple of potential fighters to the tournament, he just looks them over and says "OK U.S.A."

I have no guilty pleasures. The only films I watch are the canon of the cinematic canon. To wit: A Good Day to Die Hard (on two different planes' screens no less.)
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Holy Mountain
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Holy Mountain

That movie is nuts. Santa Sangre is even nuts-er
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On my list.
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Finally saw Silver Linings Playbook. I enjoyed it quite a bit.

I'm looking forward to Pacific Rim with my brother this weekend. Popcorn and smuggled booze.
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Finally saw Silver Linings Playbook. I enjoyed it quite a bit.

I'm looking forward to Pacific Rim with my brother this weekend. Popcorn and smuggled booze.

did Jennifer Lawrence make you turgid/tingle?
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Finally saw Silver Linings Playbook. I enjoyed it quite a bit.
I'm looking forward to Pacific Rim with my brother this weekend. Popcorn and smuggled booze.

i think i enjoyed all the bug outs by BC and JL the most of all the scenes.
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did Jennifer Lawrence make you turgid/tingle?

is that a real question?
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did Jennifer Lawrence make you turgid/tingle?

Full head of steam.
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is that a real question?

did Jennifer Lawrence (in silver lines playbook) make you tumescent?
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I normally think of jennifer lawrence as a corn fed americana beauty but she was effervescent in that movie
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