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Ok, it's Friday. I'll tone it down a bit. Let's go to the lists. Five Movies I Not Only Own, But Watch Regularly, Which I Should't Admit To But I'm Braver Than You So I Will # Armageddon # Princess Diaries # Leprechaun in the Hood # The Last Boy Scout # Club Paradise Feel free to add your own movie list while I go spend my lunch hour at the parking and violations bureau.


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1. Bridget Jones Diary
2. Armageddon
3. Smokey and the Bandit
4. The Whole Nine Yards
5. A Knight's Tale


1) A Knight's Tale
2) Pee Wee's Big Adventure
3) Howard the Duck

Not. A. Word.

dude. sadly, I watch "Pumping Iron" quite a bit. serious.

1. Orgazmo
2. Dumb and Dumber
3. Fight Club
4. South Park: The Movie

1. Uncle Buck
2. The Professional
3. Braveheart
4. Rob Roy
5. Casablanca

I even listen to the Princess Diaries soundtrack in the car with my daughter.

I still like the oldies - Hobson's Choice.

The Dirty Dozen

Galaxy Quest

Star Wars (IV)

Lilo and Stitch

Monsters Inc.

Beauty and the Beast

I'm surprised someone else liked "The Last Boy Scout"

(from memory, might have this wrong)

(to Bruce Willis)"What's happened to your face?"

(no response)

(to Damon Wayans)"What's wrong with his face?"

(DM)"His eyes are beady... His nose is too pointy... He needs a shave..."

(BW, highly irritated)"Stop it! You're so funny I'm pissing my pants."

Love that movie.

The Professional does NOT count as a guilty pleasure. It's a great movie. No one should be ashamed to own/watch it. Ditto for Monsters Inc. and South Park.

I would just like to point out that there's absolutely no shame in loving Galaxy Quest. The single most underrated movie ever. "I see you managed to get your shirt off."

1.Vision Quest
2.Blade II
3.Strange Brew
4.The Water Boy
5.Rocky III

I'm not embarassed about those.

Recently however I did hang out with someone who had "Midnight Madness" on DVD...AND I WATCHED IT AND ENJOYED IT.....god help me.


South Park: The Movie
Goodwill Hunting
Super Troopers

I know. I don't care.

And ditto what Michele said. The Professional is a brilliant movie. Same for La Femme Nikita.

Now, if you'd said "Point of No Return" I'd have had to spit on you.

There's a movie called Leprachaun in the hood?? Seriously??

Oh Lord, that makes me laugh.

I guess I would be remiss if I didn't state that I own both prequels for Star Wars...in pan and scan format.

I shall now light myself on fire.

Ooh, how could I forget Super Troopers. Man, we find new jokes every time we watch that movie. Has anyone noticed that whenever someone says "bananas" they say Foster's name immediately thereafter? Hilarious.

Ryan, can I offer you a match? :)

1. Ordinary People
2. 1776 (rent it, watch it first, then comment)
3. Buckaroo Banzai
4. Army of Darkness
5. Working Girl (and you have no idea how much this hurts since I despise Melanie Griffith)

YES! When they're at the little league game and Foster goes to the snack stand. He ask's if anyone want's anything "Cotton Candy? Chocolate Covered Bananas?" which is immediately followed by someone intehbacground saying "Foster?"

For all you Professional fans out there, the European version called "Leon - The Professional" is very cool.

True, they take the whole lolita thing a bit farther but you get to see Leon takes Mathilda along on a few hits for practice.

It happens again when they're talking about Johnny Chimpo and someone says "bananas". Go watch it again. I'll wait. :)

I think I have three version of the Professional.

And that doesn't let you off the hook, Ryan. I'm handing Stacy the matches.

Hey, what about My Blue Heaven?

hork Biggest waste of Steve Martin's talent EVER.

1. Empire of the Sun
2. Regarding Henry
3. Toy Story 1&2
4. Drop Dead Fred
5. Immortal Beloved

yeah so it's six. Cartoons don't count in real life anyway.

8mm (we rented that one and threw it directly in the garbage, to hell with the fees)

"Ryan, can I offer you a match? :)"

It was a Secret Santa gift. And I have to admit beyond Jar-Jar I really enjoy the 1st one (ducking) and I thought the 2nd one was very good (ducking twice)

I just glad that Lucas is releasing the trilogy in widescreen right away when it comes out on DVD in Sept. It would have been a shame for Skywalker Ranch to go up in flames in the wake of my army of fanboys.

Holy cow, you people are actually naming very good movies.

1. Crossroads
2. Gigli
3. Adventures of Ya Ya Sisterhood (own, but don't really like so that might not count)

Gigli...you're pulling our puds, aren't you.

Bill K,
you OWN crossroads? you must have a preteen daughter or something. right?

if you don't, lie.

I think "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" is the only one I can admit to at this point in my life.

1. Spy Games
2. The Count of Monte Christo
3. Rounders
4. Dead Poets Society
5. Top Gun

Bad is the new good. And I love Galaxy Quest and Mystery Men (both of which were severely underappreciated). Soooo...

1. Mystery Men
2. Galaxy Quest
3. Happy Gilmore
4. The Emperor's New Groove
5. Ocean's Eleven (okay, it doesn't belong on this list, but I wasn't going to put Monty Python and the Holy Grail here, now, was I?)

1. Joe vs. the Volcano
2. Alien Resurrection
3. The Dark Crystal

I've got more, but I ain't sharing until somebody manages to top those three.

And for the record, I'd put "Joe vs. the Volcano" on my list of the top five movies ever. So there.

Agreed on Joe vs. the Volcano. Highly underappreciated and completely brilliant.

"I have no response to that."

Happy Gilmore is a fantastic movie. I have been through 2 VHS tapes from multiple viewing and now finally own the DVD.

"What, you wanna come with? Doctor said I shouldn't lift anything heavy."

The Last Boy Scout is definitely a guilty pleasure. Other than that:

1. Solaris (new version)
2. Bourne Identity (again, new version)
3. Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead ('cause I live in Denver, but why that guy wouldn't dump that Ski Bunny is beyond me).
4. Big Trouble in Little China ("It's all in the reflexes.")
5. The Fifth Element. I want one of those guns - "good for righties or lefties" (though not a political sense, I imagine).

These are subject to change without notice.

And Ryan begins to redeem himself... :)

1776?? I love that movie (and just bought for Michele, even though she's blowing off my emails)

1. Dirty Harry (Of Course)
2. Halloween
3. The Thing
4. All 6 Original Crew Star Treks
5. Godfather I & II

Ok, so that's 11.

TV (Harry)

Hey! What's wrong with "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"? >:(

And will people stop saying "Galaxy Quest"! I even watched it in Thermian! (at least the 10 minutes or so before my ears exploded from the screeching)

"You broke the ship. You broke the bloody ship."

I like the last boy scout too.

1. Galaxy Quest
2. Mystery Men
3. The Three Amigos
4. The Brave Little Toaster
5. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein


1. Chain Reaction
2. The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
3. Three Kings
4. WarGames
5. Ghost In The Shell
*Bonus: Dennis Miller - The Raw Feed

The Manchurian Candidate? Ghost in the Shell?

Either people are missing the point of this, or my taste in movies is seriously whacked.

1. Princess Diaries
2. Moonstruck
3. Four Weddings and a Funeral
4. Sliding Doors
5. Under the Tuscan Sun

Yeah, that's my wife in Blockbuster yelling, "Another @#$%ing romantic comedy?!?!?"

1. Dumb and Dumber
2. Dead Calm
3. Sense & Sensibility
4. Clear & Present Danger
5. Last of the Mohicans

EVERYONE! was right that the Professional is a movie anyone should be proud to own. I did not pay attention to the criteria of the list. My Bad. That said.

1. Uncle Buck
2. Overboard
3. Predator
4. Summer Rental
5. Collection of Beavis and Butthead

I'll go with "The Last Boy Scout" and "Galaxy Quest" too... hmmm... three more...

1) Undercover Blues
2) Love Stinks
3) Logan's Run

The Fifth Element has Debo as the President of the Universe...you can't top that for unintentional comedy.

Some of you people do NOT understand what a guilty pleasure is. Read the title of the list.

Now whoever said Toy Story and Godfather, smack yourself.

And yea, Ghost in the Shell, too.

Bravehearts in Atlantis
Searching for Bobby Fischer King, The
Point of No Return to Witch Mountain
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang the Drum Slowly
Big Trouble in Little China Syndrome

Oops, sorry. I got a little confused about what thread this is.

1. Waterworld
2. Pollyanna (not a bad movie so much as one no guy should admit owning)
3. Star Wars Episodes 1 & 2
4. The Beast of Yucca Flats
5. Plan 9 from Outer Space

I stand corrected.

OK, I'll switch Godfather for "The Gauntlet"

TV (Harry)

A & C Meet Frankenstein, Dracula and the Werewolf. Oh, yeah.

Something along the lines of, "Do you want 1 of your exhibits? Well, here it comes now!"

The REAL trilogy:

Caddy Shack
Animal House
Blues Brothers

"You're all worthless and weak! Now drop and give me twenty!"

For me, it's a few chick flicks hidden in the back of the bookshelf:

Benny & Joon
Shakespeare in Love


Top Gun

/i have the need..the need....


1. Re: Ghost in the Shell - Obviously you have never had the excruciatingly painful task of explaining to your elders that not every animated film is for children, and that some animated films can be quite Oscar-worthy. Even after I have cajoled my parents into seing both GOTS, Final Fantasy, AND Spirited Away, they still think anime is "weird."

2. Re: Manchurian Candidate - Mark my words, with the new crappy one coming out, the old one WILL be a guilty pleasure. The guy who thought of replacing the Communists with some eeeeeeevil corporation needs to be drug out into the street and shot.

But if you insist, I substitute Total Recall, The Negotiator, and as a penance for my offense to the god of guilty pleasure movies, Hurlyburly.

Now I shall go commit seppuku by impaling myself on some carefully folded DVD liner notes.

Captain Ron
Boat Trip
Private Resort (one of only two movies I own on VHS)
Scenes from thee Class Struggle in Beverly Hills (the other one)

If the last two EVER come out on DVD, I'll buy them in a heartbeat.

As for "Undercover Blues" and "Monsters, Inc", they're not guilty pleasures, because there should be no guilt involved.

It also appears that Kurt Russell is to guilty pleasure movies as Ted McGinley is to jumping the shark. After all, we've seen listed:

Big Trouble in Little China
Captain Ron

And we could add:
3000 Miles to Graceland
Escape From LA
Executive Decision
Tango and Cash

...and so on.

1. Xanadu (my favorite movie)
2. both Harry Potters
3. The Star Trek box set (from I to the first three TNG movies)
4. Hunt for Red October
5. Princess Bride

Yes, both Galaxy Quest and 1776 are films which are great, and shouldn't be considered "guilty pleasures", just pleasures.

Whenever I read anything of John Adams' now, I hear William Daniels.

And has anyone noticed that Alan Rickman got more than his share of the great lines in Galaxy Quest? Though Sam Rockwell has almost as many - "Oh, that's not right!", "I'm the guy who dies to show the situation is serious." and "Didn't any of you actually watch the show?"

Now if you want a guilty pleasure, not that I own it yet, but if I did I would be watching it regularly, try

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Which I watch purely for Alan and for Marian's dress, which I really, really want.

1. LOTR - Fellowship of the Rings (extended version) & LOTR - The Two Towers (extended) -- I count these as two-thirds of one movie
2. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
3. Hamlet (starring Kenneth Branagh)
4. Gladiator
5. Return to Me (the only romantic movie I have ever really enjoyed)

How is LOTR guilty pleasures, Andrea?

Ahhh, Galaxy Quest. This discussion gives me an excuse to recount a quip from just this morning. As I watched my wife pull our (old) car out of our driveway, she dreadfully scraped the front fender against a wall. When she was done I said, "Well, that was a Galaxy Quest moment." She laughed so hard it hurt, which isn't hard as she's 8 months pregnant, but still.

1. Tommy Boy.
2. Broadcast News
3. Best in Show
4. Coming to America
5. Total Recall

Oh -- these were guilty pleasures. ;)

Full Metal Jacket
Wall St.
Hamburger Hill
Once Were Warriors
Sponge Bob Square Pants - First Season.

To continue... actually, it is hard to think of a bad movie I still enjoyed because believe it or not, most bad movies just give me a headache, and I rarely watch any bad movie more than once. Let me think:

No, Dungeons and Dragons gave me no pleasure at all. Then again, if Jeremy Irons had actually bothered acting, he would have thrown the whole movie off the way Tom Baker's small part did.

I saw The Big Lebowski. I admit I laughed at the scene where they came across the red convertible smashed into the fountain, and the radio was playing "Viva Las Vegas." But most of the time I was just bored.

I will admit that I laughed while watching Mr. Deeds, even though I usually hate Adam Sandler.

Okay -- Army of the Dead rocked. But if it rocks I automatically classify it as "not a guilty pleasure."

Oh wait -- I have one: The Towering Inferno. I used to watch this every time it came on just because Richard Chamberlain was in it, and there was nothing at all redeeming about that movie. Also, I recently watched The Faculty. But Elijah Wood looked so young in it that I felt like a pedophile just looking at him.

1. Armageddon
2. The Fifth Element
3. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
4. Pirates of the Caribbean
5. True Lies

6. The Holy Grail
7 Jurasic Park
8 Lost World
9 Indiana Jone anf the Temple of Doom
10. All the Matrix Movies

And I don't own it but Welcome to Mooseport. I just saw it the other night and loved it.

1. What About Bob?
2. Frailty
3. The Game
4. Bowfinger
5. Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

1. Prince of Tides
2. Bring It On
3. Coyote Ugly
4. Center Stage
5. Girls Just Want to Have fun

Can't believe I'm admitting to this . . .

1) Ernest-Scared Stupid
2) Slam Dunk Ernest
3) Species
4) Evil Dead [1 & 2]
5) Small Soldiers

I also own Dark Star on DVD, but I feel not a bit guilty.

On tape:
(1) Total Recall
(2) Taxi Driver
(3) Scarface
(4) Strange Days
(5) Devil in the Flesh

In no particular order...

1. Deep Blue Sea
... because those resizable sharks just grew on me

2. The Core
... who needs asteroids!

3. Stephen King's It/Storm of the Century/Rose Red
... hey, they're all the same in the end

4. Ghost Ship
... another creepy Dark Castle movie savaged by critics, but I love it.

5. Antitrust
... okay, I can't explain the appeal of this one

I have to give an honorable mention to Resident Evil, too, thought I finally retired the DVD to the resale bin a few months ago.

Guilty Ones I own:
Red Dawn

Guilty ones I don't own, but can't turn off when they are on cable:
Uncle Buck
The Three Amigos
Joe Versus The Volcano
Big Trouble in Little China
Captain Ron

For the Abbott and Costello fans, they are gonna play a couple of them on AMC Saturday afternoon.

Is The Last Boyscout really that guilty? It has some of the best quotes of any movie. My friends and I still quote that movie to this day...

Alley Thug: Wrong place, wrong time. Nothing personal.
Joe Hallenbeck: That's what you think. Last night I ****ed your wife.
Alley Thug: Oh you did, hah? How'd you know it was my wife?
Joe Hallenbeck: She said her husband was a big pimp lookin' mother****er with a hat.
Alley Thug: Oh, you're real cool but you've got to take a bullet.
Joe Hallenbeck: After ****ing your wife I'll take two.

I don't need a list, my #1 is so guilty it beats all:

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

It's sooo so bad, but ... it's CGI from Square! I'm such a geek, I can't help but like it.

1. The Last Dragon (Sho'Nuff the shoon of Harlem)
2. I'm Gonna Git You Sucker
3. Escape From New York
4. The Quick & The Dead (Sharon Stone in leather, nuff said.)
5. CB4 (Chris Rock at his best.)

1. Blue Crush (I say it proudly)
2. GI Jane
3. Notting Hill
4. The Legend of Bagger Vance
5. Center Stage

Left the most embarrassing one for last. I LOVE that stupid cheesy movie.

Wow, all these entries and no one has mentioned Zoolander yet? That movie was WAY better than it had any damn right to be, and I still watch it. I had no initial interest in it until a friend of mine sent it to me and ordered me to watch it while I was on the phone with him. I very nearly bailed during the "orange mocha frappucino" scene...then the movie took off. Watching David Bowie referee a male modeling contest was just hysterical.

For the Last Boy Scout fans:

Fast forward eats the tape.

And, as Sheila already knows, I second her choice of Blue Crush.

Die Hard
Raising Arizona
Animal House

"And, as Sheila already knows, I second her choice of Blue Crush."

"I am wearing my da-duh-dadas"

1. We own every Disney kids movie ever made. I like them all (except Hunchback of Notre Dame...blech). The animated Robin Hood is one of my favorites. Roger Miller rulez!
2. Westworld
3. Lil' Abner (the musical)
4. The Lost Boys

That's all I can think of right now.

1. A Knight's Tale
Fun all around, will never tell any friends or family
2. MST3K The Movie
Quite possibly the funniest thing on film. Eastman!
3. Ravenous
Love the music and the premise. Good times.

1. Resident Evil
2. Big Trouble in Little China
3. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
4. Bring It On

1. The Crow. "This is the really real world." Heh heh heh. Yeah, asshole, Draven came back...but not from where you're going. And, of course, there's the irony of this line being delivered in a fantasy flick.
2. Haibane Renmei. Four disks. Animated. Beautiful, mysterious, gut-wrenching. Lovely music. Bears (requires) repeated viewings but the less you know going into this story the more strongly it will affect you. Avoid reviews. No panty-shots, shower scenes, robot maids, space-ships, giant mecha, or weirdly exaggerated facial expressions. Er, "deliberately" paced, particularly the first half, so watch to the end of the second disk before giving up. Disclaimer: I am not an anime fan, although on the basis of this series I've tried really hard to be one. Nope. This one's unique.

3. Firefly, the first and only season, four disks. What in the names of the gods were the suits thinking when they canceled this thing?

L.A. Story and Red Dawn are on my to-buy list.

I'd also own Babylon 5, if it weren't so bloody expensive.

That's it. I don't really plan to own a huge library because Netflix works so well for me.

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1. Remo Williams--The Adventure Begins (surprised no one's mentioned it yet; I think I like it for the theme song, which I keep trying to find in MP3 format).
2. Big Trouble In Little China--If I'm flipping channels and it comes on, I have to watch.
3. L.A. Story
4. Armageddon
5. Bring It On--I hate it and I love it and it scares me.

Wild Angels - "Which one of you taco benders stole an Angels' bike?"

Hells Angels on Wheels - Jack Nicholson's first important role

Devils Angels - Stellar John Cassavettes performance

Satans Sadists - Russ Tamblyn's 2nd greatest film

Riot on Sunset Strip featuring the Standells AND the Chocolate Watchband. Mimsy Farmer's greatest film to date.

Field of Dreams
Its a Mad Mad Mad Mad World
Robin Hood, Men in Tights

Both Charlie's Angels movies

1. Meet the Parents
2. Best in Show
3. We Were Soldiers
4. Four Weddings and a Funeral
5. Toy Story

Oh boy:
1. Never Been Kissed
2. The Cutting Edge
3. Bring it On!
4. Stealing Home
5. Days of Thunder

Zoolander - Sorry, this movie was just too funny (Merman!)

UHF - Stupid! You're so STUPID!!! Weird Al is soo underrated.

Dungeons and Dragons - now that's something to be asheamed of.

Harry Potter (both of them) - Yes, my brother and I went to see all of them in the theater on opening night. No, we did not bring his kids as justification. Yes, I do watch these DVD's. Happy now?

Tomb Raider (both of them) - Played the games, Own the DVD's, dream of Angelina in the outfits...

scary... i see a number of movies listed that i watch and like. here's my list, though i really don't mind admitting it.

1. While You Were Sleeping
2. Searching for Bobby Fischer
3. Pump Up the Volume
4. A Knight's Tale
5. The Manhattan Project

I own "Hackers", but haven't watched it in years. Now that I don't admit often!

The Three Monty Python Movies
High Fidelity
Clockwork Orange
Bridget Jones Diaries

Armageddon: AWFUL MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. Uncommon Valor
2. Weird Science
3. 13th Warrior
4. Black Rain (until Andy Garcia dies)
5. Fire and Ice

1. Blazing Saddles
2. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
3. 2001: A Space Odessy
4. Best In Show
5. The Royal Tenenbaums (actually my daughters, but she gives it up when necessary).

By the way, I need
1. Fail Safe
2. Anything else by Kubrick
3. Citizen Kane
4. Casablanca
5. anything by Kurasowa
and about a thousand other, so if you're feeling generous...

Oh, shit, you meant five guilty pleasuse movies...

1. Heat
2. Groundhog Day
3. That Thing You Do.
4. Clueless

Dammit, that's it

Ummm, Do you know how scary it is that I not only own but watch about 80% of the movies in everyone else's list?

So I'll add the only 3 I didn't see already listed.

1. 10 things I hate about you.
2. 16 Candles
3. Bubble Boy

Shut up.

and, movies that I not only own, but bought second copies of for hubs to take overseas with him.

What about Bob
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Young Frankenstein
Blazing Saddles
Happy Gilmore
The Whole 9 Yards
Drop Dead Fred

1.Forrest Gump
4.Gone With the Wind
5.Good, Bad, and the Ugly

yipes, i own, watch, and enjoy a lot of what other people are naming.
so my list, then:

1) Cannibal! the musical
2) hellraiser 3-6
3) Wrong turn
4) Band of the Hand
5) Ernest goes to camp

and trust me, there are waaaaay more where that came from.


Okay, I love many (most?) of the mentions here, but these are GUILTY pleasures. So it means something you would never mention ever seeing, much less owning, if you wanna keep you Cool Quotient high.

Unless you're me. Own 'em all, love 'em to death:

1) Down Periscope - I cannot BELIEVE anyone hasn't mentioned this, the greatest of all Stupid Funny Lowball Comedies (besides, you wouldn't believe how many ex-submariners insist this movie shows the way our Navy subs really work!). You mean like, underwater?

2) McHale's Navy - It's the 2nd best...

3) UHF - Red Rum! Red Rum!

4) Dudley Doright - When I'm calling yoooou...

5) George of the Jungle - Nice buttflaps.

6) The Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Git 'er done.

7) Backdraft. I usedta be a firefighter, lotsa inside joke type funny bits. Hey, man, save your air.

1) Due South. A Mountie, a wolf, an unloaded gun (see?), and exile to Chicago, on the trail of the killer of said Mountie's father. 4 seasons, each progressively weirder and better. Thank you kindly.

2) Mad Movies. No-one remembers these anymore, kind of an early MST2K with a bigger cast and more juvinile humor (the whole dialogue was overdubbed, not just commented on). Best episode, Night of the Living Dead - surprise!

3) The Lone Gunmen. The comedy relief trio of X-Files.

4) Benny Hill Show. The ORIGINAL nudge, nudge, wink, wink.

5) What Not To Wear. Shutup!

As others have so pithly stated, much more where those came from.


Bring It On is worth the price of admission just for the carwash scene. Oooh.

Anyway, maybe...
The Cutting Edge
Coyote Ugly
Final Fantasy

I'm surprised at how many good movies people are listing as guilty pleasures, implying they are bad movies. Besides, if lots of people enjoy a movie, then is it really "bad"?

American History X

1. Total Recall
2. Hollow Man
3. Starship Troopers
4. L.A. Story
5. Attack of the Clones

I like all of them, so I don't think they're quite guilty pleasures... But the movie I've seen more times than any other, the movie that everyone will think is horrible is in my opinion one of the best ever made:

Hudson Hawk

"If Da Vinci were alive today, he'd be eating microwave sushi, naked, in the back of a Cadillac with the both of us."

"But I want to do community service; I want to teach the handicapped how to yodel."

"Guess he won't be joining that hat convention in July"