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    Default Movies You Are Embarassed to be Obsessed With

    Okay, so what are the movies that you watch every single time they come on the TV but they are so far out of what you normally like or they are really bad B-movies or totally goofy that you're embarassed or amused at yourself for watching?

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    Strange Brew - SCTV's Bob and Doug Mackenzie (Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas) star as two wacky beer guzzling "hosers" who set out on a zany plot to score a free case of brew. They meet the beautiful Pam (Lynne Griffin) and decide to help save her recently acquired brewery from the diabolical Brewmeister Smith (Max von Sydow--THE EXORCIST) The comedy kicks into full gear as the pair try and overpower Brewmeister Smith in a story that is actually a nutty re-working of Shakespeare's HAMLET.
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    Oh, God.

    The Cutting Edge.

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    Cry Baby 1990, Johnny Depp, Traci Lords, and Ricki Lake. My husband groans each time I watch this. He cannot stand it.


    Mahogany (1975) Diana Ross, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Perkins B movie Truly gauche as one reviewer put it and I cannot help but watch it each time. There is no excuse!


    Chanel Solitaire (1981)
    It is such a B movie!

    Elvis and Me (1988) --I don't even like Elvis so this one always puzzles me!


    A Summer Place (1959)



    King of the Gypsies (1978) The worst B movie of the 70s I am sure. I am fascinated with it though.

    Love at First Bite (1979)


    American Gigolo (1980)


    Where the Boys Are (1960)

    Kingdom Come (2001/I)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    Oh, God.

    The Cutting Edge.

    I love that movie, but I am NF so I am not embarassed.

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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.)

    I also used to watch Highlander all the time too. Clancy Brown's great.

    I'll usually watch Nightmare on Elm Street movies and similar things too, if I flip by them. Campy but sort of fun.
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    I just love Joe vs. The Volcano, although I don't know of anyone else that does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I also used to watch Highlander all the time too. Clancy Brown's great.
    Highlander, well now that's okay. If you'd said you liked to watch any of the Highlander sequels, then I'd be worried.

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    A friend of mine seems to have an unhappy talent for finding Malibu Express on late-night TV... and films don't get much worse than that, with the possible exception of Rock 'n' Roll High School (the only film I ever walked out on).

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    Legally Blonde, Love Actually, The Lost Boys, ALL of the Return of the Living Dead movies (BAD zombie movies!)

    that's all I'm coming up with at the moment with my non-functional brain
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