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Directors Favorite Cheesy Movie......

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Tony_Faville, Feb 22, 2002.

  1. Tony_Faville

    Tony_Faville Well-Known Member

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    What is that one movie that you, and sometimes seems like only you, love to watch anytime, anyplace?
    Mine is Brainsmasher: A Love Story with Andrew Dice Clay and Teri Hatcher, filmed right here in Portland and is so cheesie, you need to watch it with a bottle of wine and some dry salami.
    It's OOP on VHS and will likely never make it to DVD but if it does, I will buy two copies on the chance something ever happens to the first copy.
     
  2. Neil Joseph

    Neil Joseph Well-Known Member

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    Hook. I get inspired every time I watch it. I love the scene where Peter Banning remembers his past and learns to fly.
     
  3. Ken_McAlinden

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    Night of the Comet

    I'm not sure if it is really cheesy, but it is definitely a bit campy and a guilty pleasure from my high school days.

    Regards,
     
  4. Brian Kissinger

    Brian Kissinger Well-Known Member

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    I'd not be to hesitate to say that the majority of movies I like, would be scoffed at by my fellow HTF members. However, I can list a couple that make me wonder what I see in them.
    1. House and House II They aren't that great, but I like em anyway.
    2. Grease 2 I know, I know.
    3. Deep Blue Sea For what it is, I don't think it's that bad. Plus, I really like Thomas Jane.
    4. Buckaroo Banzai Until I joined here, I thought I was the only person on the planet who liked this one.
    5. The Quick and the Dead I love Sam Raimi.
    6. Strange Brew One of my all time favorites. I'm not ashamed to admit it either. If you don't agree, then Take Off, Eh.
    7. And for my capper, Masters of the Universe. I can't for the life of me understand why, but whenever this is on, I almost always watch it. I've even contemplated picking it up on DVD.
     
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    Diggstown!! Not sure why, but I love it.
     
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    Patrick McCart Well-Known Member

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    Manos: The Hands of Fate.
    Terrible film? Yes! But it has a certain cheesy charm.
     
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    Probably Mallrats and the Matrix. Every fiber in my being says I should hate them, but I still enjoy them.
     
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    Not that I could watch it all the time, but I enjoyed The Mexican a lot more than I should!
     
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    I've got "Brain Smasher: A Love Story" on laserdisc!

    recent stuff- Bubble Boy, Bring It On, Get Over It

    older stuff- Xanadu, Footloose
     
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    2010: The Year We Make Contact
     
  12. Scott Weinberg

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    Decide for yourself how 'cheesy' these ones are, but here are some "movies of questionable quality" that I quite enjoy:
    Armageddon
    Deep Rising
    The Relic
    Popeye
    1941
    Flash Gordon
    Charlie's Angels
    Krull
     
  13. Brion Lydon

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    I'm suprised that no one has said Spiritual Kung Fu with Jackie Chan. Now thats one cheesy movie. But I still can watch it at any time.

    Brion
     
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    Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires!
     
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    my brother loves those old stop motion movies. He will watch them whenever they come on AMC.
     
  16. Matthew Chmiel

    Matthew Chmiel Well-Known Member

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    - Any Michael Bay movie
    - The German horror film Anatomy
    - Blues Brothers 2000
    - Rini Bell's Bring It On
    - Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead
    - The Faculty
    - I'm another person who likes Grease 2
    - Half Baked
    - The remake of Invaders From Mars
    - The John Ritter classics Problem Child, Problem Child 2, and Stay Tuned
    - The funky butt loving Rookie of the Year
    - The other Scream parody Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th
    - Shock Treatment
    Man, I like a lot of cheese. [​IMG]
     
  17. Michael Caicedo

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    Judge Dredd "I am the Law" [​IMG] Cheese, cheese, cheese...
     
  18. Andrew_Sch

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    Just popping off a few:

    -Happy Gilmore

    -Billy Madison

    -Tommy Boy

    -The Fast and the Furious

    -Independence Day
     
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    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (I like it so much, I voted for it twice)

    Repo Man

    Half-Baked

    Killer Klowns From Outer Space
     
  20. paul o'donnell

    paul o'donnell Well-Known Member

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    I'm with Matthew on Don't Tell Mom and Rookie of the Year.
    I also think Tremors 2 needs a nod [​IMG]
     

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