Let's Throw Ourselves Under The Bus - The Movie Version

LiddyRules

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So is this guilty pleasure movies we hate or movies we've cried from?
 

Pigdango

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So is this guilty pleasure movies we hate or movies we've cried from?
I was thinking of stuff you'd be embarrassed to admit to -

- REALLY Liking a chick flick
- Crying at something only a woman would
- Thinking a movie that had less than a 10% positive on Rotten Tomatoes is a cinematic masterpiece
- Cheesy horror movies that genuinely scared the hell out of you and maybe still do

I'll throw myself under the bus again a couple of times:

I saw The Phantom Menace 11 times in the theatre.
I almost peed my pants when I saw "Independance Day" because I didn't want to go to the bathroom for fear I'd miss something important.
 

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Fuck it I'm in. I rarely get emotional from movies but I teared up at the ends of both "Seven Pounds" and "8 Seconds".

The horror movie that affected me the most in my life was "The Curse" which I saw when I was 12 or so. It's about a comet (or meteor, whatever) that lands in a farmer's field and then melts into the drinking water. It infects all the people/animals with some type of parasite that makes them crazy/violent. It scared the hell out of me because I grew up on a dairy.

Going with "Independence Day", when it first came out (again I was a kid) I thought that Bill Pullmen's speech was perhaps the best movie speech of all time.
 

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I'm a faggot for Grease

cried like a little girl for "Marley and me"
 

NuttyJim

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I always cry like a bitch when I see this movie.
 

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Adventures in Babysitting is a fantastic movie.
 

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I own both the Transformers movies.
 

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I laughed while watching the The Proposal.

I think I teared-up at the ending also.
 

LiddyRules

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I don't really remember all much that happened after the opening sequence of Up since it put me in a three hour depression stupor.

I've seen that movie Sugar and Spice a lot and not for spank purposes.
 
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Movie I have cried/would still cry in:

Ladder 49. We went with a big group including 4 buddies who all we do is look for reasons to ridicule each other mercilessly. When they did his funeral and played David Gray's "As I'm Leaving" it was game over.
My Girl. When Macauly died.
Of Mice and Men. The book, the play, the old movie, the remake. All of them. Every time.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles. It's my favorite movie, I also think it's the funniest movie, but I cry every fucking time at the end.

Marley and Me. I thought my chick was just dragging me to a romantic comedy flick....When I realized where the movie was headed I almost walked out. I should have. It was the worst fucking thing I've ever seen. It was fucking worse than 9/11.
 

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The first time I saw Turner and Hooch as a little kid, I cried at the end when the dog died
 

Pigdango

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I screamed out loud when Samuel L Jackson got eaten in "Deep Blue Sea"

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Floyd1977

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Not sure I would call it "under the bus" material, but I still get a little quiver at the end of "Apollo 13" and "Die Hard" where McClane and Al see each other for the first time.

I think I got a little emotional at the end of "Armageddon" the first time I saw it....that's kind of embarrassing.

As for shit I own, I have like 1000 DVDs/Blu Rays so plenty of shitty movies that are guilty pleasures. A recent example is that I bought a copy of Exorcist II because I saw it on a shelf once, new, for $1.99.
 

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Not a movie but got teary eyed at a Christmas time radio shack commercial for GPS a couple years back. And I cry at the end of 50 first dates. And I like Mannequin, the original...not that part two horseshit.
 

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Almost anything with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
Got teary eyed during 25th Hour, and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead. I legitimately sobbed during Mary and Max.
 

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I was thinking of stuff you'd be embarrassed to admit to -


I saw The Phantom Menace 11 times in the theatre.
omg.....

I tear up every time during the ending of Step Brothers when they're playing the song at the Catalina wine mixer.
 

LiddyRules

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Almost anything with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
Got teary eyed during 25th Hour, and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead. I legitimately sobbed during Mary and Max.
Mary and Max is up there with Requiem for a Dream and Umberto D as one of the toughest movies to sit through. I wouldn't even consider that a bus situation.
 

Pigdango

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How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.



I feel dirty
 

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I still get choked up by Armageddon when that cunt wife won't let the guy see his kid and at the landing scene when they reunite.