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Old 10-09-2012, 06:55 PM   #31
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Midnight in Paris was amazing
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Mortal Kombat, definetely one of those movies thats technically bad but because you saw it when you were in middle school is still considered awesome.

One things for sure. No movie to this day has had a more kick ass soundtrack then Mortal Kombat.
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:05 PM   #33
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Same here, Willow was great (sidenote: remembered calling everyone at school Peck for a month or so lol)

My childhood movies on repeat were: Willow, Never-Ending Story, Splash, Octopussy, Goonies, Star Wars, and I get some shit about this sometimes but I also watched Grease on the regular.

Oh and of course Karate Kid! Even had the costume lol.
DAMN! Forgot about that one. Is that one a guilty pleasure or just a classic because that was one of those movies that TBS constantly played (that and Breakfast Club).

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Old 10-09-2012, 07:06 PM   #34
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Mortal Kombat, definetely one of those movies thats technically bad but because you saw it when you were in middle school is still considered awesome.

One things for sure. No movie to this day has had a more kick ass soundtrack then Mortal Kombat.
I remember when it was finally ported to SNES and everyone was pissed they took out the blood. You had to do some complicated ass code to get the "sweat" to turn red.
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:12 PM   #35
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Itvnetop is going to wreck this thread...in a good way.
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We only had 3 tv channels growing up, so when we finally got a VCR I would watch over and over was Bill & Teds Excellent Adventure... Still probably could quote that movie line for line...
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DAMN! Forgot about that one. Is that one a guilty pleasure or just a classic because that was one of those movies that TBS constantly played (that and Breakfast Club).
Oh most definitely classic, still waiting on the rumored sequel with them as grown ups and their kids taking their places as the adventurous ones.

Hells yes to cloak and dagger! Killer clowns from outer space anyone? Bubba Ho-Tep (have a man crush on Bruce Campbell) is another one for me horror wise is Fright Night the original.
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Mortal Kombat, definetely one of those movies thats technically bad but because you saw it when you were in middle school is still considered awesome.

One things for sure. No movie to this day has had a more kick ass soundtrack then Mortal Kombat.
Agreed I still geek out when the theme song gets played haha
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original Clash of the Titans
Red Dawn
Cyborg
Chick Flick: Bye-Bye Love

I recently watched John Carter and thought it was pretty decent.
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Itvnetop is going to wreck this thread...in a good way.
Oh boy, you done did it now SS! Most of the 80's classics are a given, so I'll skip those.

Really bad flicks I can never turn off:

The Room
Troll 2
Enough (Really horrible J-Lo)
Gymkata
Double Team (JCVD + Dennis Rodman, anyone?)
Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie
Side Out & Soul Man (The C. Thomas Howell classics)
Just One of the Guys
The 6th Man
The Smurfs (2011)
Anything from Troma Films
Lifetime movies (Sexting in Surburbia, anyone?)

Flicks I love that critics (and most people) hate:

Sucker Punch
Speed Racer
Belly
Spork
Four Rooms (not to be confused with The Room listed above)
Visitor Q
Crash (Not the Oscar winner, but erotic obsession w/ car crashes version)
Wet Hot American Summer
Sorority Row
The Golden Child
Seed of Chucky

Flicks cinephiles should own, but lose nearly everyone else:

Videodrome
Lost Highway/Eraserhead/Mulholland Drive (Lynch stuff)
Tetsuo: The Iron Man
El Topo/Holy Mountain (trippy Jodorowski)
Bad Taste
Enter The Void

And try as I might, I can't sit through most chick flicks. But I do dig these:

The Princess Bride
Annie Hall
Married to the Mob
Dirty Dancing
Heathers
The Ramen Girl
Thelma & Louise
Desperately Seeking Susan
The Witches of Eastwick
The Secretary
Party Girl
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:28 PM   #43
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DAMN! Forgot about that one. Is that one a guilty pleasure or just a classic because that was one of those movies that TBS constantly played (that and Breakfast Club).

Also almost forgot!

COMMANDO!

Cooke: You scared, mother****er? Well, you should be, because this Green Beret is going to kick your big ass!
Matrix: I eat Green Berets for breakfast. And right now, I'm very hungry!
Cindy: [hiding under a table] I can't believe this macho bullshit...

Hahaha! I have that on dvd, I used to love watching this movie back in the day. So cheesy and yet so good.

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Old 10-09-2012, 11:52 PM   #44
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Oh boy, you done did it now SS! Most of the 80's classics are a given, so I'll skip those.

Really bad flicks I can never turn off:

The Room
Troll 2
Enough (Really horrible J-Lo)
Gymkata
Double Team (JCVD + Dennis Rodman, anyone?)
Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie
Side Out & Soul Man (The C. Thomas Howell classics)
Just One of the Guys
The 6th Man
The Smurfs (2011)
Anything from Troma Films
Lifetime movies (Sexting in Surburbia, anyone?)

Flicks I love that critics (and most people) hate:

Sucker Punch
Speed Racer
Belly
Spork
Four Rooms (not to be confused with The Room listed above)
Visitor Q
Crash (Not the Oscar winner, but erotic obsession w/ car crashes version)
Wet Hot American Summer
Sorority Row
The Golden Child
Seed of Chucky

Flicks cinephiles should love, but lose nearly everyone else:

Videodrome
Lost Highway/Eraserhead/Mulholland Drive (Lynch stuff)
Tetsuo: The Iron Man
El Topo/Holy Mountain (trippy Jodorowski)
Bad Taste
Enter The Void

And try as I might, I can't sit through most chick flicks. But I do love these:

The Princess Bride
Annie Hall
Married to the Mob
Dirty Dancing
Heathers
The Ramen Girl
Thelma & Louise
Desperately Seeking Susan
The Witches of Eastwick
The Secretary
Party Girl
Sucker Punch was wonderful I thought. The CGI, the practically all-female cast, I thought it kicked ass. I couldn't figure out why so many people hated it. Because it was chicks running around scantily fighting bad guys? I dunno. I thought the storyline was inception-y and pretty unique. The soundtrack is also worth a listen as well.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:53 PM   #45
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p.s. The Room is awesome.

The worst film of all time with a pretty sound cult following. I suggest anyone who is into crappy, D-list (actually F-list) campy films to give it a watch.
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