…movies that I like, but probably shouldn’t.
In descending order according to their IMDb rankings:
Honestly, I don’t know WHY I like this one.
It’s just a lot of Oedekerk-y (Yes, I had to copy/paste that name) fun.
Ang Lee’s Hulk
Yes, I definitely prefer this over The Incredible Hulk. Better casting, story, and direction. I won’t go into too much detail, though. I’m wanting to do a more in-depth review at some point down the road.
(Got tired of the usual poster) Again, I’m wanting to write up a review for this as well. But I really enjoyed watching this one. Fun and intriguing.
What can I say? It’s a quirky romantic comedy from the Coen Bros. You can read my review here.
It’s a Weird Al film starring Michael Richards and a mop. Watch it already! There are just TOO many clips that I could show. But this one is a personal favorite:
People probably do like this one, but it deserves the plug. 🙂
Yeah, definitely a guilty pleasure. A college film from Tery Parker and Matt Stone? Count me in.
Pugs are cute.
Peter Jackson’s King Kong
I get a lot of flack for preferring this to the original. What can I say? It blew me away. Sure it isn’t perfect, but neither is the original.
This post was for the Guilty Pleasures Blog-a-Thon at Invasion of the B Movies.
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