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    I don't know if I'm embarrassed to like or obsessed with any of the choices below, but:

    I adore Transformers, but somehow I think people only hate that movie because it's a fad to hate anything by Michael Bay. Hence, I don't think anyone should be embarrassed for enjoying it, as it was excellent for a movie of its genre.

    Anyway, I also enjoy Batman & Robin for its almost limitless degree of imagination, even though it was hardly Batman-like. I just loved the way it didn't take itself seriously. Although it pissed all over the Burton/Schumacher Batman franchise, people tend to underestimate how creative this movie actually is on its own.

    With that said, I don't think I should be ashamed to admit I enjoyed both Fantastic Four films, but mostly because it was just light-hearted entertainment compared to Spider-Man and Batman Begins.

    When I was young, I used to watch the Ernest movies. And that fact alone makes me embarrassed.

    Let's see, what else?

    I also love Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, another creative movie that most people don't seem to appreciate.

    Innerspace is another movie. Like the vast majority of Joe Dante's movies, it's corny as hell, but it has a distinct display of invention. Same with Matinee and, to a lesser extent, Small Soldiers.

    But I don't know if I'm embarrassed to be obsessed with them. Hell, I don't even know if I'm that obsessed with them. Transformers was one of those few movies that I can still watch over and over, for some reason.

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    I love Face/Off. (The "head logic" of it is SOOOOOO bad... but the heart logic / character progression of it is right on the mark and evocative.)
    Although I liked it for its entertainment value, I think Face/Off would have been much better if they went with the original idea -- that was to have it set in the future with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone as the stars.

    EDIT: Why is this topic in the Fluff Zone? I think it more than deserves to be in the Arts & Entertainment section. Just a suggestion.

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    I am most curious about what do people like inspite of themselves.

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    I probably know >75% of the lines from the original Mad Max.

    Although, I'm not embarassed about it.

    I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with it, but I have seen Dirty Dancing an inordinate amount of times for a 25 year old manly-man.
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    Back to the Future trilogy

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    I saw Joe vs the Volcano for the first time the other day, it was awesome/crap. I love Return of the Living Dead movies as well, whatever.

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    I personally love Small Soldiers and Crybaby, though I haven't seen Crybaby in a long time; I liked it the first time I saw it, many years ago. I'm not embarrassed to say I like Ernest Scared Stupid, because I still think it's pretty cute (and sometimes scary!).

    Hmm... I'm not really embarrassed about any of the movies I like.

    HMMMMM. Now, there is one in the theaters, that I have been desperately trying to get back to see a second time, and I'm a little embarrassed by all the see-through and frantic attempts I've made to do that. But, not really, because it was good. It's called "No Country for Old Men."
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    Quote Originally Posted by 563 740 View Post
    I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with it, but I have seen Dirty Dancing an inordinate amount of times for a 25 year old manly-man.
    Haven't we all, but yeah I am embarassed about that one too.

    "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."

    It also reminds me to mention "Urban Cowboy" and "Hard Country"...lol.

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    it was awesome/crap.
    Yes, exactly, this thread is for the awesome/crap. It is for laughing at oneself as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    This movie doesn't belong in this list
    I didn't realize that anyone else with a pulse had ever seen it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
    I didn't realize that anyone else with a pulse had ever seen it...
    I am Canadian so... Bob & Doug are somewhat of a cultural icon in the sense they went out of their way to play off the stereotypical views the rest of the world had when it came to Canadians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    I am Canadian so... Bob & Doug are somewhat of a cultural icon in the sense they went out of their way to play off the stereotypical views the rest of the world had when it came to Canadians.
    Ahh I see...Quite a hilarious movie. "Let's get plowed, eh" Best line ever...
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