Trying to get this BACK on the CORRECT subject, the idea was to name a really shitty movie that you love even though you KNOW it to be a shitty movie.
COBRA is another one I find myself watching over and over again.
How can a movie starring Sylvester Stallone AND Bridgette Wilson be bad you ask? Well, if you ARE asking this, then there is something majorly wrong with you.
The movie was terrible. He spews oneliners like they're poetry! He fights the big bad guy at the end in a steel factory! He'd rather play with guns then sleep with the girl! And to top this all off... the end theme song is by Survivor.
80's shit at it's best AND worst!
...and damn me for NEVER changing the channel if I find it on late at night.
My favorite movie I have watched millions of times is
The Blues Brothers
and shame on all of you who haven't mentioned it.
Favorite bad movie: "Mom and Dad Save the World". Tod Spengo rules.
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Originally posted by Cerebusa movie starring Sylvester Stallone AND Bridgette Wilson
I think you meant Brigitte Nielsen, the former Mrs. Stallone and recent main squeeze of Flavor Flav. I actually find her far less intolerable and gratingly talentless than Bridgette "Mrs. Pete Sampras" Wilson. Which is why my brain filled with hate when I saw Wilson's name.
Originally posted by CerebusTrying to get this BACK on the CORRECT subject, the idea was to name a really shitty movie that you love even though you KNOW it to be a shitty movie.
OHHHHHHHH!! I apologize. My answer before was Goonies, but that was not a bad movie (IMO). A bad movie which I could never get tired of watching is The Adventures of Ford Fairlane. Nearly every person I am friends with despises Andrew Dice Clay, but I can't help it - I love the damn movie.
EDIT: And Bloodsport. I could one-man reenact that entire movie for you from memory if you like. Fabulous movie and fabulous song from Stan Bush, who also does the Transformers song "You've Got the Touch" (again, another great guilty pleasure movie). OK, I'll stop now.
Either "Alien" or "The Thing," I think. On video at the neighbor's house. In theaters, I have no idea. I didn't see movies much in theaters when I was a kid, so by the time I did, seeing an R movie probably wasn't a big deal. --K