While this may sound like a poll, I'd like to confine it to why you find a film to be a guilty pleasure (which sort of takes it out of the "poll" country and back into a bit of the discussion area). And, please, no bagging or slagging on anybody's "guilty pleasure", this is not the thread for that sort of thing. I'll start with: "Bring It On" A fast paced film full of young cheerleaders intent on being the best at the national high school cheerleading competition. I thought it treated the subject matter with a light touch, while providing enough conflict (as a catalyst for reaching down deep to come up with competitive cheerleading routines) to keep me interested. Kirsten Dunst just absolutely holds the film together with plenty of enthusiam and a never-say-die infectious attitude. The supporting players are good, and the film doesn't really ever lag or meander at all. Plus having 2 Buffy alumni (Clare Kramer - I hardly recognized her as a blonde, and Eliza Dushku - always a pleasure to watch her in films) doesn't hurt the film at all either.