What truly awful movies do you watch whenever they air?
Weekend at Bernie's
Sweet Home Alabama
Charlie's Angels (the 2000 one with Drew Barrymore)
Anything starring Rob Schneider.
Clifford's only truly awful for the last third. The first 2/3 are so fucking funny.
St. Elmo's Fire
I love Weekend at Bernie's. It IS awful. And hilarious. I'd probably put Deuce Bigalow in the same category.
There was a period when Sweet November was on all the time, and I couldn't get enough. I hope it gets back in the rotation.
Riding in Cars With Boys
A Kiss Before Dying
Sleeping With the Enemy (This movie is ALWAYS on cable, for some reason)
The Haunting (the remake)
Send Me No Flowers
Overboard really is awful. So bad I probably blocked it from my mind.
A James Brolin Double Feature: "The Amityville Horror" and "The Car".
Bangkok Dangerous...Knowing....National Treasure....The Wicker Man....
I have lots of free time and a dvr.
Maid in Manhattan
Far and Away
I know, I'm a spineless little fraction of a man.
Night of the Living Dead (original version)
"Far and Away"
You're not the only one! For me, this is one of the few movies where I ever found Tom Cruise attractive. Something about tweeds and a bad Irish accent just does it for me...
"A Chorus Line"
Showgirls (of course), Ishtar, and Godfather III.
Oh god - Showgirls.
I hadn't seen it in years and it was on cable a few weeks ago. It was like quicksand.
Shanghai Surprise" - it's so terrible on every conceivable level that it is rather fascinating to watch.
I like Biodome for the barely disguised homoeroticism, especially the toenail-biting sequence.
R21, do two guys bite each other's toenails?
Yes. Stephen Baldwin and Pauly Shore, though Pauly is not as gross as usual.
Blossoms in the Dust. Theater of Blood.
Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion
Where The Heart Is
Not Without My Daughter (or anything else with Sally Field)
Any of the 'Fast & Furious' movies with Paul Walker (he can't act, but he's so pretty to look at)
Flashdance (just call me cheesefest charlie)
Swept Away, with Madonna. Her horrible acting is on diaplay at its best. That movie is a cringe inducing train wreck.
Joe Versus the Volcano with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan hooks me every time.
"Satisfaction." I love watching Justine Bateman try to sing. I wonder if she was even embarassed?
White Chicks, even if it is edited for tv. I love Terry Crews!
Love Actually purely for Rodrigo Santoro and Bill Nighy. God, what a shitfest.
There's something about the Devil Wears Prada that makes me sit through it even though I don't really enjoy it ...
Center Stage. Just for the cute gay boys pretending to be straight. And that jaw dropping Susan Stroman ballet at the end.
The Money Pit
Damien Omen II
Eyes Wide Shut
The Amityville Horror (original)
War of the Worlds (2005)
Ocean's 11 (original)
X,Y and Zee
Jaws 2 & Jaws The Revenge
and Godzilla (1998)
Superstar with Molly Shannon
A Night at the Roxbury
Basically, all the SNL movies.
Independence Day, especially if Bill Pullman hasn't given his speech yet.
Eurotrip,one of the dumbest films of all time. Even the hetties/laugh/cringe when they see the brother and sistee make out! Don't forget that bratty kid brother Bert. He was actually a Czech actor who did a nice approximation of what an American kid would be like with a stupid older brother. Matt Damon's cameo as the punk singer who is banging Scotty's girlfriend,Ms Kreuk (a cultist and polyamorist in real life),it was quite the irony indeed.
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
The Mike Myers movies. Any of them. All of them. Even Cat In the Hat.
So I Married An Axe Murderer was on recently. I've only seen it 10 times but since it's been a while, I watched it again...
Jane, get me off this crazy thing called...love?
Bless The Child. It's so awful bordering on comedic that I get completely engrossed in it.
Just One of the Guys
"8MM" is starting right now on HBO! And "Legally Blonde" has been running on WE-TV all evening. Craptastic Monday!
The Sweetest Thing
Maid in Manhattan
American Pie II
The Da Vinci Code
The Deep Impact
Tomb Raider II
Air Force One
Julie (with Doris Day)