Terrible movies you hate to admit you enjoy

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  1. CTLION

    CTLION Senior member

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    I used to have one vice...Joe Versus the Volcano. I have no idea why...but if that movie was on TV I would watch it. It haven't seen it for years, but it would probably still get me.
     


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    The Ice Pirates

    Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone

    Tokyo Drift
     


  3. archetypal_yuppie

    archetypal_yuppie Senior member

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    This is a paradox of sorts. If you enjoy them, do you really think they are they really terrible?

    Anyway, I like "the A-team", in a "so bad it's good" kind of way.
     


  4. CTLION

    CTLION Senior member

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    These are hilarious! My brother's secret movie and he would never admit it is Maximum a Overdrive starring ...EMILIO!!!!
     


  5. SixOhNine

    SixOhNine Senior member

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    +1 on Tokyo Drift. Actually, all Fast & Furious movies.
    Clueless
    Pitch Black
    The Transporter 1-whatever
    Tremors
    Harold & Kumar (all 3)
    And a legitimately good movie, but embarrassing nonetheless- The Devil Wears Prada
     


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    munchausen Senior member

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    Joe vs. the Volcano and Clueless are genuinely good movies.

    I'm going to go with Crank. So cheesy, but once I start watching it I can't stop. There's really not any other movies like it.
     


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    Well maybe its not that bad, buts still an 80s Buddy movie--Lethal Weapon. All of them. If that shit's on TV, I won't be able to pass it up. It's volume up, remote down. Something about a predictable 80s movie that is just so good...
     


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  9. CTLION

    CTLION Senior member

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    I won't touch Roadhouse, because its entertaining. You might want to seek professional help for the Tango and Cash problem:)
     


  10. CTLION

    CTLION Senior member

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    No man need apologize for Lethal Weapon...maybe some of the sequels...but not Lethal Weapon.
     


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    CTLION Senior member

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    I will throw in another...and please keep in mind that I have three kids all under the age of 8. But when they watch the movie, Popeye with Robin Williams I sit down and watch.

    Would I watch it alone...no...but I rarely sit for their movies and I sit for Popeye.
     


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    I don't see how CLueless and Pitch Black can be considered "terrible" movies.
     


  13. CTLION

    CTLION Senior member

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    That's funny...because I can. But wear your shame in style my friend. It's kind of like people who are afraid of the TV movie, "IT." The only thing scary about that movie is the acting.
     


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    MACHETE
    MACHETE KILLS

    All Marvel movies (excluding shitty X-men)
     


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    Next of Kin w/ Patrick Swayze. The end where the rednecks defeat the mafia in the cemetery with duck calls and crossbows has me rolling every time.
     


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