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    A new twist on the Movie theme...the best 'Bad' movie seen

    Me?

    Straight to Hell.
    Bad bad bad, but obviously intenionally so. From Alex Cox, the creator of Repo Man. I've got his box set at home, and they're all 'good'. Of course Repo man rules.

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    Toxic Avenger

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    I wouldn't call these the best bad movies, but I certainly enjoyed "The Dentist" and "The Stepfather." Just the first ones, not the sequels.



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    I agree with Toxic Avenger. Other candidates would be Kung Pow, Pootie Tang, or Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

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    Jay and Silent Bob Strick Back, Mars Attacks, and pretty much every movie from the seventies featuring Rudy Ray Moore are my favorite "bad" movies.

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    "Wraith" was bad, but I watch the damn movie whenever it's on and I'm available to watch.

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    A new twist on the Movie theme...the best 'Bad' movie seen

    I would have to say: "Super Troopers." I rented it thinking it would be really bad, but I laughed a lot. Watched it twice.

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    Let's do the Time Warp, again!

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    Chet reminded me of Attack of the Killer Tomatos, rotten movie, but could go rent it today and get a few laughs.

    Otterpop, how much did you have to drink to find supertroopers funny? i think I laughed once and it was a sympathy laugh.
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    OT: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (I haven't seen it) was made by Steve Peace, the CA legislator who spearheaded the deregulation of the power industry in CA a few years back. He also went to high school with my mom-in-law. She was an extra in the movie.

    My favorite bad movie was Hot Shots! (first one only)

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    Don't Be a Menace to Society While Drinkin Your Juice in Da Hood.....


    an all-time classic.

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    Damnation Alley! Watch as George Peppard and Jan-Michael Vincent drive a souped up RV through a post-apocalyptic U.S., dodging giant cockroaches and mutant zombies in search of that one corner of the U.S. that has escaped the destruction unscathed...Albany!

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    The DVD of Kung Pow is great. Watch the version with what the actor really said before it was dubbed. funny as hell
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    My examples of such good "bad"movies:

    Kingpin
    Strange Brew
    Plan 9 From Outer Space
    The Waterboy
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    Barbarella
    Texas chainsaw massacre
    Tremors
    Raising Arizona
    Blair Witch Project
    Space Balls

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    Even Dwarfs Started Small.

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    The Legend of Boggy Creek (1973)


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    Doom house 2000 (by somethingawful.com)

    Spaceballs..

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    police academy. Police academy II? Police academy VII !?!?!?
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    Crybaby

    Hairspray

    John Waters films...

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    RAD

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    Big Easy:

    I thought I had the Wraith all to myself. Its a Charlie Sheen classic.

    I would add to this great list:

    Weekend At Bernies
    PCU
    Bring it On

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    Originally posted by gkmo62u
    Weekend At Bernies
    Yeah.

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