Films that are so awful, they're actually quite good?

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    The Holiday, cheesy yet heart warming chic flickness.

    Hicksy
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    Dark Star.

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    SST is not awful!

    It’s a work of genius.
    The fact it’s such a subtle parody makes it even better.

    Snakebite, Dog Soldiers was epic. The Howling and An American Werewolf in London were for wimps by comparison.

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    Pfft! Rubbish! They bottled it! An utterly ludicrous film and then that all die anyway. I is disappoint! I wanted a completely unbelievable happy ending. Now excuse me while I have a little cry

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    Oh, forgot Highlander.
    Come on, it’s a bloody awful film!

    Oh, Predator too, which is enjoyable if you’re heavily sedated.

    Highlander? Oh yes awful, awful film, but love it!

    iolo
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    The revenge of Billy the kid. Probably the best bad film ever.

    A Knight’s Tale. On now, too.

    “Chaucer’s the name, writing’s the game”

    Epic badness, but awesome.

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    Moulin Rouge?
    I have to drink a bottle of Absinthe before I can open the DVD case though……

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    Dark Star

    I was thinking of this one but couldn’t remember the name.

    Enter the Dragon, was on recently. Terrible movie, but totally awesome. Bruce Lee’s physique is amazing

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    A Knights Tale is brilliantly bad flashy! Makes you wonder what they were thinking, but I’m glad they did! 🙂

    PrinceJohn
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    Flash Gordon – Can’t believe the thread has got this far, mentioned several classic films & not mentioned that…

    marcus7
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    I have a soft spot for a knights tale as my wife and I watched in hospital waiting for my first daughter to be born, in a ward on our own was a nice bit of light relief and will always be crap but totally ace at the same time….

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    The Goonies!
    ****’ awful!
    ****’ genius!

    Premier Icon davosaurusrex
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    The Goonies!
    Absolutely bladdy awful!
    Absolute bladdy genius!

    Better?

    Any film with Steven Seagal in it. You have no choice but to look on in bemused horror.

    It’s pure poetry in Hard to Kill when he wakes up from his coma sporting a beard and a beer belly

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    They Live.

    I suspect that those that appreciated Iron Sky will love it!

    Sahara

    Bit of an Indiana Jones rip off with Matthew Mcconaughey in it so it should be shite… but somehow its awesome

    PrinceJohn
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    Oh just remembered –

    Eight Legged Freaks

    Junkyard
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    Highlander – Sean introduces himself to the french sounding clansman as a Spaniard – Priceless

    Galaxy Guest but rather deliberate.

    5th Element is a brilliant film for the reasons mentioned above

    wiggles
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    Teeth….
    (the one about the growler with nashers)

    PrinceJohn
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    Can probably add Shaolin Soccer to the list that I’m watching now, & it’s follow up Kung Fu Hustle..

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    Priest – oh so wrong but it just works (provided you like vampire movies adapted from graphic novels…)

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    Kung Fu Hustle is absolute genius, no way it should be on this list!

    Didn’t realise it had a prequel/sister film though, must get it watched!

    PrinceJohn
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    Kung Fu Hustle is absolute genius, no way it should be on this list!

    It is a great film – Shaolin Soccer is currently on Netflix.

    dabble
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    Volcano, the bit where the guy melts in the subway tunnel is hilarious!
    Hobo with a shotgun, flippin ridiculously nuts film but entertaining.

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    Bad Boy Bubby. Not sure this qualifies either but it’s properly twisted.

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    I’ve got that on VHS somewhere.

    Bimbler
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    Showgirls, although not sure it doesn’t go all the way back to being awful again.

    ElShalimo
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    13th Warrior
    Daft Viking & Arab prince fun

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    Never Back Down. Laughably horrendous, but upsettingly entertaining. It’s like Fight Club without the plot.

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    This one so needs to star Troy McClure….
    Moby Dick 2010

    slackalice
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    No way Kung Fu Hustle!! Also didn’t know about Shaolin Soccer.

    Kung Pow! is also very worthy of watching. Absolutely hilarious and kinda bad too. Highly recommended 😀

    ooo-eee—ooo-eeee-uuuu 😀 8)

    stumpy01
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    The Princess Bride…

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    They Live.

    -stands on chair, applauds-

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9rrgJXfLns[/video]

    brakes
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    Kung Fu Hustle is probably one of my favourite films, at least one of my favourite Kung Fu films.
    It shouldn’t be on this list – it is an incredible film – I don’t think it tries or pretends to be anything it isn’t. It is the perfect tribute to the Kung Fu genre – it’s hilarious, the filmography superb and the less than subtle effects are the icing on the cake. Love it.

    edlong
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    On Deadly Ground – Steven Seagal has a spiritual moment in the Alaskan wilderness and becomes at one with the natives, then kicks the ass of the bad guys, of whom the chief one is Michael Caine.

    Also from Michael Caine – Water, one of those cheap British movies of the 1980s before 4 weddings when the entire british film industry was bankrolled by George Harrison. He’s briefly in this, more so Billy Connolly, and I think it was Leonard Rossiter’s final role. A comedy set in a colonial outpost.

    tadpole
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    Howard the Duck!

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    Two Lane Blacktop

    swanny853
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    Tremors is just great. No ‘so bad it’s good there’. The sequels though, very much so.

    I’m going with ‘Biggles: Adventures in time’

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    Doomsday, How i hate thee let me count the ways.

    1. A virus so infectious they wall up scotland but then stop working on a cure. because politicians.

    2. APC taken out with makeshift axe and arrow.

    3. Good job we happened to have this handy steam train and it was ready for immediate departure.

    4. So we took over the castle and thought **** it we will just abandon all technology.

    5. So all the years you have been using this tunnel you never thought to look any further?

    6. She asks what it does like she has never seen a car before but what about all the cars in Glasgow?

    7. Wait a minute there hasn’t been any rain this whole time its almost like this was filmed in another country….

    8. Trained police baddass cant outrun loons in ropey old british leyland bangers on a straight road using a Bentley continental.

    9. Villan reveals his entire plan in needless exposition.

    10. Villan gets his inevitable comeuppance.

    So with all this in mind why do i find it so watchable?

    Pigface
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    eddiebaby – Member
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    Burn this one it is defective

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