Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Movies, ones I might be embarassed about...

Last night I was talking with some friend about movies that you "just LOVE", but you are sort of ashamed, or maybe just a bit shy about admitting to. It was really funny, mostly because I have a horrible head cold and I felt like I was inside of a tunnel and I was desperately trying to remember bad movies that I liked.....and I was trying SO HARD. I just couldn't think of anything. I came up with some thing like "Adventures in Baby-sitting" which everyone knows is actually a stellar flick. Finally I remembered "The Core", which is really bad, but SO good!! It also made me feel better that someone else had seen it and also respected its awful-ness.

So, I am needing some help, to dig out from the recesses of my mom-addled brain "good/bad" movies. I would like to hear yours too....they don't have to be total stinkers, but ones that, perhaps, people might not know that you know all the dialogue to, or that you're totally "crushin' on" the "McDreamy" of the "Can't Buy Me Love" era. These are also movies that, given a free Sunday afternoon, you would SO watch them yet AGAIN!

Here are a few of mine:

Can't Hardly Wait---Seth Green is mighty funny as "Special K"
Blast from the Past--Brendan Fraser is so charming with his 50's dorkyness
Anaconda--J.Lo and Ice Cube...need I say more?
10 things I Hate about you... Heath... what a dish!
An incomplete list, yes, but I want to hear yours!!!



"Can't buy me love" is always at the top of my list.
Followed by
"Mystic Pizza" - love Julia Roberts
"Sabrina" - yummy Harison Ford
"Baby cakes" - Rickie Lake before she lost the weight
"Dirty Dancing" - need I say more?

I think I could go on and on and on...maybe I will call in to work and watch a few movies. I think I have some of these on VHS tapes still.

Kel said...

I also love Heath in "10 Things..."

"Footloose"- Kevin Bacon dance scene (could watch it forever)

"Breakfast club" - don't really know why I like it but I do!

"Emma" "Sense and Sensibility" "Pride and Prejudice"- the BBC version "An Ideal Husband" "The Importance of Being Earnest" - all because I love British Accents and I wish I was British in the 1800's (just one of those things)

Yaz and Rob said...

Hmmm... I may have to put some thought into this. I was watching the other night "10 things to make you fall in love", or something like that with Mathew McConough (sp?). Honestly, I love all the mocumentaries like "Best in Show", etc. so it is not really like an embarrassment to mention them.