I spotted in the Radio Times that 'Mrs 'Arris Goes To Paris' (with Angela Landsbury, Diana Rigg and I think Fred Elliot) is on next week. It's a really crap movie but I can't help liking it and wondered what other really awful films we all had a soft spot for.
I would have once said 'Imitation of Life' but it's now been reclassified as a cult classic!
Spiceworld: The Movie, The Magic Roundabout, Underworld (+ sequel), and the Are You Being Served? one where they go to spain.
I shall endevour to watch Mrs 'Arris Goes To Paris. I#ve always thought that, outside of the porn genre, it has the best film title ever. I'm hoping it contains Angie Lansbury doing a ludicrous cockney pauper accent.
Oh yes, I am a secret fan of 'Are You Being Served - the movie' too. I actually think it's better now than it was in the day due to the fact it has no laughter track. It's now got a post modern, post -'Office' feel to it!
I actually saw the stage version of this too when I was about 10!
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Plus I have yet to read a glowing review for 200 Cigarettes and I really think it is the most charming film I have seen in the last 7 years or so. It's a classic and to watch it for the first time over the festive period would be a hoot.
Oh, anything with Robin Williams in it that isn't supposed to be funny. What Dreams May Come, Toys etc. And absolutely any old shite with Doris Day in it. Plus, Lemony Snicket's been really panned, hasn't it, but I love it.
A bad film that surely nobody can like, that all the reviewers, no matter how scathing their reviews, was correct about- Gigli.