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#1 Posted by teh_pwnzorer (1482 posts) -

I remember watching Mosquito (1995) with my family.  I haven't laughed as hard since.   =] 
 
  

#2 Posted by eroticfishcake (7783 posts) -

I watched The Room at Halloween with some friends. 
 
Wow. I mean, WOW.

#3 Posted by BeachThunder (11807 posts) -

Dude, Where's My Car?
 
Maybe...?

#4 Posted by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

Frankenstein Unbound. I hate to admit I can't remember a thing about it though.

#5 Posted by Gabriel (4058 posts) -

Wrongfully Accused.

#6 Posted by W0lfbl1tzers (1787 posts) -

The Room. 
Play this.

#7 Posted by rjayb89 (7720 posts) -

All I can think of are Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Dragonball: Evolution.

#8 Posted by GetEveryone (4455 posts) -

I think Crank 2 is really, genuinely fucking good.
 
I also have a soft spot for Spiders, but that's more to do with the guys I was watching it with.

#9 Posted by memo (421 posts) -

Airbender.  I like that movie but everyone bashed it lol

#10 Posted by D0tti (786 posts) -
@BeachThunder said:
" Dude, Where's My Car?  Maybe...? "
This, if not bad enough :P, than Tango and Cash, i've watched that movie at least 5 times.
#11 Posted by MooseyMcMan (10864 posts) -
@W0lfbl1tzers said:
" The Room. 
Play this. "
I hate you. I hate everyone that likes that movie, even in a "it's so bad it's good way." That movie is a trainwreck. No, I take that back. Calling that movie a trainwreck is an insult to trainwrecks. That is the worst thing ever put on film. If I could relive my life, and change only one thing, it would be to not see that movie.  
 
Argh. 
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#12 Posted by Marcsman (3177 posts) -

Either Next of Kin ( meet a young and skinny Liam Neeson) or more recently 
Chronicles of Riddick
#13 Posted by hexx462 (506 posts) -
#14 Posted by wrecks (2232 posts) -
#15 Posted by NTM (7324 posts) -

I'd have to say the Chronicles of Riddick films. Actually, I don't like that all that much, but I love the games and wished the films were just as good. But I enjoy the Riddick story so they aren't bad.

#16 Posted by Ironbunny (51 posts) -

The Spirit. There was a lot of hilarious, retarded dialouge ("Smells like dental... Nazi dental.) The acting was hilariously bad as well, featuring Samuel L. Jackson in what might be the worst role of his carreer as the octopus. I actually really loved the sin-city esque visual style, not a bad thing, but it contributed to the movie's campiness.

#17 Edited by Wicked_Wumpus (174 posts) -

Kung Pow :-) 
   

#18 Posted by W0lfbl1tzers (1787 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan said:
" @W0lfbl1tzers said:
" The Room. 
Play this. "
I hate you. I hate everyone that likes that movie, even in a "it's so bad it's good way." That movie is a trainwreck. No, I take that back. Calling that movie a trainwreck is an insult to trainwrecks. That is the worst thing ever put on film. If I could relive my life, and change only one thing, it would be to not see that movie.   Argh.  "
It's more hilarious than a train wreck.
#19 Posted by JJWeatherman (14558 posts) -
@Wicked_Wumpus said:
" Kung Pow :-) 
   
"
Shirt, rippa!
#20 Posted by uniform (1835 posts) -
#21 Posted by Azteck (7449 posts) -

2012. I like John Cusack.

#22 Posted by thegoldencat7 (1496 posts) -

Hard to say. Rocky IV, Big Trouble in Little China? Theres quite a few. 
Saw King Arthur yesterday. Horrendous film, but for whatever reason I found myself enjoying it.
#23 Posted by guiseppe (2840 posts) -

  

  Surf Nazis Must Die is pretty badass.
#24 Posted by Ragdrazi (2283 posts) -

R.O.T.O.R.
 
  

#25 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8061 posts) -

Wild Wild West

#26 Posted by IkariNoTekken (990 posts) -
@thegoldencat7 said:
" Hard to say. Rocky IV, Big Trouble in Little China? Theres quite a few. Saw King Arthur yesterday. Horrendous film, but for whatever reason I found myself enjoying it. "
Big Trouble In Little China is in not that bad, if your looking for an action b-movie you have one and a pretty decent one at that.
#27 Edited by Nitrocore (369 posts) -

  

  
 
  
#28 Posted by thegoldencat7 (1496 posts) -
@IkariNoTekken said:
" @thegoldencat7 said:
" Hard to say. Rocky IV, Big Trouble in Little China? Theres quite a few. Saw King Arthur yesterday. Horrendous film, but for whatever reason I found myself enjoying it. "
Big Trouble In Little China is in not that bad, if your looking for an action b-movie you have one and a pretty decent one at that. "

Hmm, yeah true enough I suppose its more cheesy than 'awful'. Plus I think it was made that way intentionally. Surely.
#29 Posted by GetEveryone (4455 posts) -
@thegoldencat7 said:
"Big Trouble in Little China?"
If Big Trouble is considered an "awful movie", then you can count me out of this world. Good night.
#30 Posted by nukesniper (1312 posts) -

Jason X is the one me and my friends watch when we want to laugh at a bunch of dumb crap. 
 
Nightmare on Elf Street: Dream Warriors is retarded as we though. I have pulled that one out for a good laugh too.

#31 Posted by coryrx8 (175 posts) -

Either Chronicles of Riddick or 2012... I probably enjoyed Riddick more honestly, if for no other reason than it was more quotable.
#32 Posted by LibraryDues (342 posts) -

Road House

#33 Posted by thebatmobile (980 posts) -
@GetEveryone said:
" @thegoldencat7 said:
"Big Trouble in Little China?"
If Big Trouble is considered an "awful movie", then you can count me out of this world. Good night. "
I'M ALSO OUT!
#34 Posted by MonkeyKing1969 (2666 posts) -

I have to admit I LOVE Showgirls.   It is not the nudity at all or Elizabeth Berkley over acting, I just like the story it really out there as a story I love that the whole movie goes too far and takes itself very serious.   When people say, “Let's see Showgirls” as a joke I find myself defending the movie.   I think it is a great movie.

#35 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -
@thebatmobile said:
" @GetEveryone said:
" @thegoldencat7 said:
"Big Trouble in Little China?"
If Big Trouble is considered an "awful movie", then you can count me out of this world. Good night. "
I'M ALSO OUT! "
Me too!
#36 Posted by Eristocrat (440 posts) -

Dude Where's My Car and Big Trouble in Little China are good movies. 
 
The Toxic Avenger is a bad movie (but I really like it).

#37 Posted by Malakhii (1443 posts) -

The Punisher Warzone, nothing even comes close. 

#38 Posted by Burns098356GX (1366 posts) -

A lot of people hated Transformers 2. I didn't think it was all that bad.

#39 Posted by rm082e (197 posts) -

Constantine. I've seen it like a dozen times and I still love it.

#40 Posted by TheDoubleJ (204 posts) -

the happening was hilarious
#41 Posted by chocolaterhinovampire (1288 posts) -

Does Commando count?

#42 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6295 posts) -

Death Sentence starring Kevin Bacon is one of my favorites. It's really over the top and at times completely ridiculous, but it's ultimately very satisfying.

#43 Posted by Tofford (526 posts) -

Batman (1969) is hilarious and makes for an awesome drinking game. 
For a genuine reason though I like the Transformers films which are apparently awful

#44 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

I really don't like bad movies or games. I'm not that type of guy.

#45 Posted by WickedFather (1731 posts) -

Overboard.  Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell.  I love it, my girlfriend despises it.  It does feel like a film your parents / grandparents would enjoy but I'm fully onboard.

#46 Posted by Sin4profit (2921 posts) -

Street Trash...if by "awful" you mean awesome. 
  
  

#47 Posted by DrPockets000 (2859 posts) -

  Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl 
 
  

   
Robo Geisha 
 
  
#48 Posted by Arbie (1449 posts) -

Trick R Treat! =p

#49 Posted by rentfn (1279 posts) -

Troll 2 is the Best Worst Movie.

#50 Posted by TheSeductiveMoose (3617 posts) -
@Wicked_Wumpus said:

" Kung Pow :-) 
   

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