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Confession - I love Raise the Titanic

This movie is currently on BBC2, it's not a good movie but it's in my top ten. I really like it, could be because I first saw it at the cinema with my Dad as a boy, it could be because I have always been interested in the Titanic.
Are there movies you love even though they are considered as a bit crap?

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Return of the Living Dead 3.

And this is probably the reason why - apart from the gore, blood and silliness. :D
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Return of the Living Dead
was /is a classic in my eyes .....Linnea Quigley is a babe

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I watched the Brady Bunch movie twice as it was so bad. Does that make me sad? I think it was meant to be taking the mickey out of the TV series but I wasn't really sure...

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sad maybe ...or a bit loopy ..lol



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Another one I quite like is...
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I think I got a soft spot for Baby in it. (Even if she has the most annoying laugh ever.)

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Gunner 51
I like your style , thats another one I like ...

heres one you want to see 2001 Maniacs
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0264323/



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Sounds like my kinda film. :fire: :respect:

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Robert Englund is really hammy an great in this ...
heres another

Zombie Strippers!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0960890/



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I always remember in the 70's OH and friends we used to get these really dodgy vids filth and those slasher type vids. Seemed to be all the fashion then.........I spit on you grave ! Remember that one.....god that was gross. :throwup:



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I watched that film God it was awful .......not just the acting the whole rape thing ..:(

I remember buying a adult vid in the 80s ...£50 it cost me :eek: :doh:
Debbie does Dallas ...
It was mostly shot in a shower /changing room....it was rubbish :( :banghead:



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Mike Strutter wrote:Dolls
I watched that film God it was awful .......not just the acting the whole rape thing ..:(

I remember buying a adult vid in the 80s ...£50 it cost me :eek: :doh:
Debbie does Dallas ...
It was mostly shot in a shower /changing room....it was rubbish :( :banghead:




Yep Mike we see all of them, I dont think Debbie only done Dallas she done the whole of fucking Texas! :eek: :oops: :rofl:



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I used to love watching the video nasties before they got banned the Cannibal Holocaust was my fav , an the other cannibal/zombie films ...
me an my mates staggering after the boozer on a friday night to Phils house an watching them ,
I loved the Friday the 13th series til it went silly ,
one I saw was called *The Burning* that was good /scary .....



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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100814/

This is such an enjoyable film,bad acting from Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward(ish) but it is really funny.

Could watch it over and over.

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Brill film that .... :thumb: :)



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I love Remo: Unarmed and Dangerous. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089901/
He runs around the statue of liberty being chased by kilers.
Another film that stars Fred Ward.



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It has to be the Angela Mao films from the seventies, a kind of female version of Bruce Lee. The acting as such is weak- made more hilarious when dubbed into English- the sets extremely cheap but the fight scenes are excellent and brilliantly choregographed. Unlike Bruce Lee she doesn't make noises like an angry cat when she hits someone. I recommend Hapkido and Lady Whirlwind to start you off.



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Anybody seen the film Death Race 2000 1975 Film? I can remember being really shocked when it first came out.

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[edit] Plot
In the year 2000 the United States has been destroyed by a financial crisis and a military coup. Political parties have collapsed into a single Bipartisan Party, which also fulfills the religious functions of a unified church and state. The resulting fascist police state, the United Provinces, is headed by the cult figure "Mr. President" (Sandy McCallum). The people are kept satisfied through a stream of gory gladiatorial entertainment, which includes the bloody spectacle the Transcontinental Road Race, depicted as a symbol of American values and way of life. The coast-to-coast, 3 day race is run on public roads, and points are scored not just for speed, but for the number of innocent pedestrians struck and killed.

Frankenstein (David Carradine) is the most celebrated racer and is the government's champion. He is reputed to be part machine, rebuilt after many crashes. He regularly battles with the other teams, particularly "Machine Gun" Joe Viterbo (Sylvester Stallone), who hates being second.

During the race, a resistance group led by Thomasina Paine (Harriet Medin), a lineal descendant of Thomas Paine, one of the original American revolutionaries of the 1770s, is attempting to assassinate Frankenstein and replace him with one of their agents. The "Resistance" is assisted by Paine's great granddaughter Annie (Simone Griffeth), Frankenstein's co-driver, who is intending to lure him into a planned ambush where he is to be replaced by a double. Disruption of the race by the Resistance is blamed on the French by the state, who are also blamed for ruining the country's economy and telephone system.

It emerges that Frankenstein is not a willing government stooge, nor is there a single Frankenstein. The current Frankenstein is simply one of many people specially trained to race in the role. "When one is used up, they bring in another," he tells Annie. The current Frankenstein also has his own plan to end the tyranny: win the race and shake hands with Mr. President, detonating a grenade which has been implanted in his prosthetic right hand.

Frankenstein successfully outmaneuvers both the rival drivers and the Resistance, and is declared the winner and sole survivor. Wounded and unable to carry out his original grenade attack plan, Annie dons Frankenstein's disguise as she plans to stab the President on the victory podium. As she greets the president as he congratulates Frankenstein while declaring war on the French, Annie is mistakenly shot and wounded by her grandmother. Frankenstein finally succeeds in killing the President by ramming the podium with his car.

In an epilogue, Annie and Frankenstein are wedded, and Frankenstein, now President, abolishes the race and the perverse laws of the Provinces, though he does make a point of running over an objecting (and objectionable) reporter (Junior Bruce).



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rollerball was another one
also in the 80's was driller killer

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Death Race 2000 is a classic. I always thought the smarmy reported looked like Simon Bates. If you like this movie, I can also recommend a follow up road movie with Carradine and Stallone in called Carquake( Cannonball in America). This is about an illegal road race but is livened up by some of its eccentric minor characters and some excellent stunts.



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