Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardWere this question asked anywhere else in the world, it would obviously be my extensive pro wrestling collection. Not so much on this board. (Although I'm sure to get a few shame points for "Lita: It Just Feels Right")
Otherwise, it's probably either the awful "Super Mario Brothers" live action movie (that I didn't even like when I was a kid, so I have no idea why I bought it) or "Cabin Boy" (which y'all can go fuck yourselves over because it's, like, the greatest movie in the world. You're one of them fancy lads, ain't cha?)
Totally agreed on the wrestling point. I will say, however, that I don't own anything nearly as embarrassing as a DVD featuring a WWE Diva.
"Cabin Boy" rocked, and I wouldn't be ashamed to own that on DVD. I'd have to say mine is "The Neverending Story Part 2," which I'm still not sure exactly why I purchased (especially seeing as how I didn't like the movie the first time I saw it). It must've been a Walmart bargain-binner. A close second is "Action Jackson," but that's one of those movies where it's so completely, utterly dreadful that it's hilarious to watch.
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I love Olivia Newton-John so if I had the chance I would get "Xanadu", albeit at a discounted rate. Same goes for "Two Of A Kind" the 2nd movie she did with John Travolta.
I have 3 different movies starring...Brian Bosworth. And I am not counting him being in "The Longest Yard" either.
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Super Mario Brothers. They use the same back sounds from Who Framed Roger Rabbit when Bob Hoskins speaks, and the acting is terrible considering John Leguizamo and Dennis Hopper are in it as well. It's a peice of technological vomit that I found in a drug store.
I also have the entire series of Trigun on DVD, though there seemed to be episodes that I don't have that ran on Adult Swim.
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