Guilty pleasures?

Rambo John J

Distinguished Member
Everyone's got one (or several, in my case). I just wondered what crap films you guys have a soft spot for.

Some of my favourites would be....

Red Dawn
Orca: Killer Whale
Rambo FB pt2
Rambo 3
Commando
Waterworld (which isn't crap but I thought I'd get it in first)
The Island of Dr Moreau (yes, the Brando one)
To The Limit (Anna Nichole Smith action movie)
King Kong: The Legend Reborn (Jeff Bridges remake)
Guest House Paradiso
Heavens Gate
Food of the Gods


I won't go into the old drive-in B movies like Lady Frankenstein, Blood Freak, and the dozens of giant spider movies. Not to mention everything Russ Meyer's ever made.

You'll feel better if you fess up about it. Honest. And yes, Wing Commander does count.
:blush: :p :D
 

Nike

Active Member
Barb Wire
Naked Killer
Red Wolf
Robocop 2
SW Ep.1 TPM
:blush:
 
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ricdiggle

Guest
I have loads of crap in my collection:
My favourite truely awful films are...

Barbarella
Arthur (Funniest movie ever?)
Deep Blue Sea - I have watched this more than any other in my collection! The wife adores it!
 

Monster

Active Member
Originally posted by buns
:D there's only one thing i like about it! ;)




There are 2 things I like about it. Not sure which I preferr though, the left or the right:clown:
 

Guest
The Faculty.
My girlfriend hates it. I know it's a bit silly at times, but I just get hooked everytime I watch it.
 

Juz

Active Member
The Wraith - Charlie Sheen vehicle, with a rather good soundtrack (Ozzy and Robert Palmer to name but two), and loadsa car crashes and explosions.

EDIT: BTW - if anyone else likes this movie (yeah, right), make sure you get the R4 version - lovely transfer.

;)
 

Jase

Distinguished Member
Originally posted by Juzminator
The Wraith - Charlie Sheen vehicle, with a rather good soundtrack (Ozzy and Robert Palmer to name but two), and loadsa car crashes and explosions.

Funny you should say that.;) Been meaning to get this for a while now, thought it was great when I first saw it.
 

James45

Standard Member
Guys

Escape from New York and The Faculty are nothing to be ashamed of. We're talking obviously dumbass turkies like the Mummy series and the Scorpion King... they're my vices!:D
 

Jase

Distinguished Member
James

Nothing wrong with the Mummy series, not seen the Scorpion King though.
 
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Azrikam

Guest
I actually liked the first Mummy movie.

Course, the less said about the sequel the better.
 

Matinee

Standard Member
Originally posted by Dunky
Put me down for Roadhouse and Escape from New York......
Escape from New York is a fine film. Escape From LA on the other hand...

Oh, and Barb Wire actually isnt that bad a film in comparison with many other B grade scifi movies. It's also about as sexy as a damp teatowel. I wouldnt watch it again, mind.

PK
 

buns

Banned
Originally posted by Matinee
Escape from New York is a fine film. Escape From LA on the other hand...

Oh, and Barb Wire actually isnt that bad a film in comparison with many other B grade scifi movies. It's also about as sexy as a damp teatowel. I wouldnt watch it again, mind.

PK

a woman in a suit like barb wears is quite enough for me! With PA in it, its just mindblowing! :D i saw it a few times when i was younger, then again, at 16, you tend to go for that kind of thing very easy!

escape from LA is abominable! if anyone enjoyed it they should be recommended shock therapy on the basis that it would brighten their day! :eek: :D

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Rambo John J

Distinguished Member
Originally posted by buns

escape from LA is abominable! if anyone enjoyed it they should be recommended shock therapy on the basis that it would brighten their day! :eek: :D


Best book me a place. Seems my days need brightening:p
 

buns

Banned
Originally posted by Rambo John J
Best book me a place. Seems my days need brightening:p

oh dear........ perhaps you could wire your keyboard to the mains socket........ that might help you problem! :D

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juboy

Guest
Another guilty pleasure for me:

Michael Haneke's 'Funny Games' (1997).

Excellent comedy for all the family.
 

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