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Old 01-06-2004, 10:52 AM
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That movie *rocks.* "NEEEEEEEELY O'HAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRAAAAA!!!"
My fav. is Susan Haward in the ladies' room with the folowing exchange:

"They drummed you out of Hollywood, so you come crawling back to Broadway. But Broadway doesn't go for booze and dope -- now get out of my way, I've got a man waiting for me!"

Then the famous wig snatching scene
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Default BAD movies!

Dr. T and the Women -- We seriously considered walking out. Others in the theatre did walk out. The cast was full of big stars, but it was a BAD movie.
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Showgirls! What a godawful movie! It made me laugh though..
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My fav. is Susan Haward in the ladies' room with the folowing exchange:

"They drummed you out of Hollywood, so you come crawling back to Broadway. But Broadway doesn't go for booze and dope -- now get out of my way, I've got a man waiting for me!"

Then the famous wig snatching scene
I loved the emphasis on man in that line. Neely couldn't get anything but gays.

And who could *ever* forget the musical number "I'll Plant My Own Tree."

"and I'll make it...GROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!"
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Old 01-06-2004, 12:22 PM
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Showgirls! What a godawful movie! It made me laugh though..
"I'm a dancer!"

or...

"Puppy Chow, ooh, I love Puppy Chow."

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Here's an obscure one. "Night of the Lepus" It was a so bad its funny. iTS an old B-movie about Giant bunnies that attack a town! The premise was (if I remember right) Atomic testing makes wild rabbits into giant killer bunnies! (It is the movie showing on the TV in the first Matrix movie when he goes to see the oricle. look for the rabbits on the telly) They used pet store bunnies and a model of a town. Godzilla meets bugs!
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Here's an obscure one. "Night of the Leupens" It was a so bad its funny. iTS an old B-movie about Giant bunnies that attack a town! The premise was (if I remember right) Atomic testing makes wild rabbits into giant killer bunnies! (It is the movie showing on the TV in the first Matrix movie when he goes to see the oricle. look for the rabbits on the telly) They used pet store bunnies and a model of a town. Godzilla meets bugs!
Reminds me of Ed Wood.

Ever seen his flick "Glen or Glenda?" Truly horrific to sit through because it's so awful.
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ANY movie heckled on Mystery Science Theater 3000 is laughably bad....and thats....eh...the whole point....of the show. LOL
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Here's an obscure one. "Night of the Lepus" It was a so bad its funny. iTS an old B-movie about Giant bunnies that attack a town! The premise was (if I remember right) Atomic testing makes wild rabbits into giant killer bunnies! (It is the movie showing on the TV in the first Matrix movie when he goes to see the oricle. look for the rabbits on the telly) They used pet store bunnies and a model of a town. Godzilla meets bugs!
I am pretty sure I saw this in my youth!!!!! Just horrible - a little like "Food of the Gods" with the giant wasps and rats!
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And then there is 1990's "The Bone Yard" with Phyllis Diller and her mutant poodle!!!!

http://www.brandsonsale.com/boneyarddvd.html

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/TheB...15/preview.php
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And then there is 1990's "The Bone Yard" with Phyllis Diller and her mutant poodle!!!!
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I. Own. That.

I knew there was a reason we were friends!!!!!
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Ever read the book? "His dingle blew in the wind..." LMAO! Jacqueline Susann was so awesome.
Haven't read the book, but it is now on my reading list. And I'll have to rent "Beyond..." That sounds like a hoot.

Phyllis Diller and a mutant poodle ? WOW. That has got to be a treat.

Another favorite of mine is "Desperate Living". There are so many funny lines in that. My best friend and I quote it all the time. When things are going very badly, one will look at the other and say "Won't you do something ?" Invariably, the other will reply with "Don't you know you're not supposed to look in a ladies' HANDBAG ? "

Damn. What a riot.
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What about "Sordid Lives." The Tammy Wynette number by "Brother Boy" in the asylum is just classic. Go here for details

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