Well, much like my steak chat post, I decided to bring up something to talk about here in the basketball-less wasteland we call summer: Bad Movies.
The idea was inspired by Jesus and Ham on Rye and Seth's profession of love for "Wild Wild West" (wiki-wiki-wild) in the comments section of a recent post. But since I love bad movies, I figured why not make a post where we can all talk about the bad movies we love.
Now, let's all agree to exclude exceptionally bad movies that are barely even movies (Birdemic, The Room, Slugs, Manos: Hands of Fate. etc.) because as I mentioned they're barely even movies and also there's a different appeal to those movies than your typical bad movie. Those are best viewed in cult settings surrounded by a huge audience. I want to talk about movies you're maybe a little ashamed to admit to liking.
So I'm breaking it into two separate categories: "Movies You Love (and think are good) But Everyone Else Hates" and "Movies You Know Are Objectively Bad, But Love Anyway"
My lists off the top of my head are as follows:
Vanilla Sky, Speed Racer, Southland Tales, The Julia Roberts Scene in Ocean's 12 even though I dislike the movie overall, and The Matrix sequels kind of
The One, Summer School, A Night At The Roxbury, Run Ronnie Run, Demolition Man
What are your favorite bad movies?