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"Guilty pleasure" movies


#81

They came out the same year and have quite a few things in common.

Also they’re fucking awesome.


#82

Musically the soundtrack to Rocky IV is a guilty pleasure to me. I can’t help it. It makes me think I could climb a mountain.


#83

I assume “guilty pleasure” means that you love something that’s generally loathed. Dude, I make a career out of that…Alexander, which is generally loathed, is my all-time favorite movie.


#84

There’s nothing like a Rocky training montage music video to get you all hyped up. It’s the cinematic equivalent of a Jägerbomb.


#85

Also: Kung Fu Panda.


#86

Not sure I feel ALL that guilty about these, but for the sake of not repeating:
Halloween 3- Season of the Witch
Predator 2
Death Race 2000


#87

That’s a favorite of mine, too. On such a budget I knew all the locations! Rather a fun, different plot.


#88

I think Omen 2 is legitimately good although it’s been a little while since I’ve seen it.


#89

I love Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood. And not even in an ironic way! Yes, I know Costner’s accent sucks. But everything else about that movie, especially Alan Rickman, is awesome!


#90

Wait did he even try an accent? Cause if he did then woah.


#91

He seems to try in the first 15 minutes, but just quits altogether by the end of the first act.


#92

I was about to say cause I saw it last week and I did not remember an accent haha. Christian Slater didn’t attempt one either.


#93

That was one weird movie I thought was hideously miscast, but if one imagines it’s just another movie (without the best-ever hype) it is kinda fun. Rickman, though, is always good.


#94

There’s nothing guilty about it - it’s a really great movie. No shame in loving it. This thread is more appropriate if you’d said Robin Hood XXX.


#95

The bit where he sings “there was a man from Narding-Ham” is actually a perfect midlands patois.


#96

I’ll have to take your word for it.
Anyone hope that the new origin movie won’t reuse the “Little John” joke we’ve heard for ages?


#97

They’re doing another Robin Hood origin movie?

Will we see Robin’s Uncle Ben die again in this one? :anguished:


#98

It’s not a true Robin Hood movie if it doesn’t include the line “hello my lover”.

Edited to remove the forced download - Gar


#99

Um…I don’t recall Errol Flynn or Olivia DeHaviland saying those words. Was it a Basil Rathbone line?


#100

Did an mp4 instantly download for anyone else when they got into this thread?