Batman and Robin. George Clooney gets me every time ;)
Also 'The A Team' movie, I adored it. Stopping a falling tank with said tanks gun? Not likely.
Equilibrium was awesome, screw the critics.
Equilibrium was amazing. Gunfu? Christian Bale knocking out an entire squad with pistol whip and then proceding to cut through a sword, arm and someones face, AT THE SAME TIME? Twas brainless, but amazing.
Brainless is the wrong word though. The subject matter gave it a lot of depth and the moral and ethical debates going on in the characters minds made the whole thing rather sincere and thought provoking.
Is that the one with Travolta? If that's the one you're talking about then yeeah, that movie was a bit of ridiculous, but still pretty funny.
Yea, that's the one. I suppose it helped that Travolta was in it, but still pretty awful :) Probably been mentioned already, but Arnold Schwarzenegger deserves an honourable mention in the category of terrible, cheesy, extremely loveable action movies :P
Yeah he should. I mean, I love Running Man, but that movie was pretty cheesy. Some of the one liners were awful, but then again, a lot of 80s movies had terrible one liners, and only a few were so awful they become awesome.
Hmm, to add one that hasn't been mentioned yet, I actually liked Ghost Rider okay, although I'll admit I liked it best with the commentary.
I liked Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Demolition Man, Hudson Hawk, Down Periscope, and probably a few others that I've forgotten, and/or that I just don't know that they're considered "bad", as on the whole, I ignore critics.
And I'd argue that Flash Gordon was not a "bad" movie per say, it's just that it's old and pure cheese.
And in the end, what's wrong with the occasional chunk of cheese?
Transformers Trilogy...I am on the fence about Revenge of the Fallen, definitely the worse of the 3
I like Phantom Menace and Revenge of the Sith, Attack was not as good.
They are the only films that tend to be smoked when mentioned.
Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood: Men In Tights, most of the movies directed by Mel Brooks, in fact.
And BioZombie, which I watched one night by accident whilst drunk. It was dubbed and it was ace, although the alcohol might have amplified the funny in my mind.