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    What are your guilty for liking them movies?

    Here are my movies I liked

    Battlefield Earth - 3% - I enjoyed the book
    Battleship - 34% - I like Battleships (and AC/DC )
    Valerian and the City of a thousand planets - 49% - It was quite fun
    John Carter - 52% - I wish they made sequels

    Who cares really, if you enjoyed them, you have your own reasons.

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    Howard the duck

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    WaterWorld for me

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    - The Matrix sequels

    - Just kidding I'm not a monster

    - Anything with The Rock in it.

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    #5
    Transformers (2007)

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    Best of the best. Surely the pinnacle of James Earl Jones career!

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    john carter is an objectively awesome movie that was just marketed poorly

    i fully love me some fast n furious

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    The Star Wars prequels. Revenge of the sith is the best of the 3. And Transformers 3.

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    I thought I was having a stroke reading that title.

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    #10
    ^ triggered me too

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    Freddy Got Fingered I actually enjoyed it & thought it was funny despite how ****ed up it was lol

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    Batman & Robin
    Batman Forever
    The Van" (1977)

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    #13
    The Interview
    Down Periscope

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    Kung Pow (13% on Rotton Tomatoes).

    Objectively stupid, but as a 13 year old it was one of the funniest things I had ever seen. Some of the ridiculous quotes turned into in-jokes which I still use with my friends to this day.

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    WEEEOOWEEEOOWEEE



    Chosen one!
    I'm coming!

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    Coyote Ugly

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    #17
    adam curtis documentaries

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    Driven (2001 racing flick)
    Transformers 1 & 2
    Marvel movies
    Matrix sequels
    Star Wars prequels
    Prometheus
    Grown Ups
    Probably more that I cant think of right now

    I find it really easy to switch my brain off.

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    theradio wrote:
    Kung Pow (13% on Rotton Tomatoes).

    Objectively stupid, but as a 13 year old it was one of the funniest things I had ever seen. Some of the ridiculous quotes turned into in-jokes which I still use with my friends to this day.
    Same + Silence of the Hams (1994)

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    #20
    What. wrote:
    john carter is an objectively awesome movie that was just marketed poorly
    I'm watching it now and it's hilariously bad, but I guess that's what this thread is for?

    Edit: The speedy dog thing is pretty good.
    Last edited by AgrAde; 9th April 2019 at 8:21 pm.

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    #21
    Grease

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    Bloody wrote:
    WaterWorld for me
    Probably one of my all time favorite movies.

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    The one where Mila Kunis is a toilet cleaning space queen with rocket skates, Channing Tatum is a space angel super soldier, and Eddie Redmayne is putting on a silly voice and no-one calls him on it.

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    The Shannara Chronicles

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    Edward Diego wrote:
    The one where Mila Kunis is a toilet cleaning space queen with rocket skates, Channing Tatum is a space angel super soldier, and Eddie Redmayne is putting on a silly voice and no-one calls him on it.
    Jupiter Ascending ... I liked that one too!