Favorite "bad" movies

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    I didn't love the movie, but it was a helluva book.
     
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    It's got Frank Stallone too!

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    You just had to remind me about it after I agreed to forget it.
     
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    Haha, more like animation rather than CGI. And Jon Voight's character...i think he knew how bad the movie was and just hammed it up.
     
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    I think #1 was actually a good movie, a novel idea for a script and Bronson was very believable in the role. Each sequel was more obsurd than the one before.
     
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    Love this one^ And Big Trouble In Little China is also a personal favorite too (I own them both)

    But here is my all time favorite "bad" movie. No one in my family likes it and I think it is just hilarious!
     
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    I think the concept is great, just not very well executed.
     
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    Some movies are just so dated, not really bad until 30 years later. Case in point: Billy Jack.
     
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    Deathsport(1978). Truly a so-bad-it's-funny movie. New World Pictures delivers.
     
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    I love cheesy action and scifi. While I find them highly entertaining, I couldn't actually call them good lol. Here's a few that come to mind....

    Judge Dredd
    Demolition Man
    The Running Man
    Parts-The Clonus Horror
    Ultraviolet
    Mortal Kombat
    Con Air
    The Bad Ass Trilogy

    If you have Amazon Prime and like cheesy and sleazy low budget scifi, I highly recommend Cyberzone. The Beastmaster himself is the hero haha. No, it's not at all good but I found it entertaining as hell!

    Then there are ones like Zardoz. I can see why some might hate it but I think it tells a really I interesting story. It is cheesy and Sean Connery's little red outfit is highly unnecessary but I'm torn on whether to absolutely call it bad or not.

    I know I have many more but can't seem to think of many at the moment.
     
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    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
     
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    Trust me Billy Jack was bad when it came out!
     

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