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I started watching JoJos Bizarre Adventure. My girlfriend thinks it is just good, but I think it is so bad that it is good.
Many people really like the show. I wonder with what mindset it is approached most of the time.



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"Hentai Kamen" is the first that comes to my mind, a movie about some guy who becomes a japanese pervert superhero whenever he puts women's panties over his face.

Most hilarious movie I've ever seen.



"Which Way to the Front?"... I love this bad movie!



Jaicee said:
If you look up this concept in the dictionary, the definition will read: "Cats".

Did see screenshots of it,not a movie i would watch alone. :p



I love terrible movies that transcend into being hilarious.

Troll 2
Roar (1981)
The Fanatic
Dungeons & Dragons
Double Down

Thank me later.



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Swamp zombies:

-Extremely funny and bad acting.
-Killing and beating zombies with twigs.



Cats
Dungeons & Dragons (Jeremy Irons is just superb in this one)
Doom (Videogame movies in general tend to fall into this category)
The Wizard (it's so bad!)
Any Connery or Moore James Bond Movie
Batman & Robin/Batman Forever. Only true with Bat Nipples and if paid for it with a Bat Credit Card
Micheal Jackson's Moonwalker (Who's Bad?)



Hentai Kamen, The Toxic Avenger, Sharknado



Birdemic Shock and Terror



Immersiveunreality said:
Jaicee said:
If you look up this concept in the dictionary, the definition will read: "Cats".

Did see screenshots of it,not a movie i would watch alone. :p

It's definitely more fun with a group of like-minded people who are equally baffled. Preferably not sober.

It's impossible to follow the "plot" and there are so many just...truly bizarre scenes and obvious glitches in the computer animation, you really do have to wonder how it was that so many big-name celebrities never protested. Why are cats wearing fur coats? What train of thought led to the conclusion that "Taylor Swift as a hideous CGI trans-cat; YES, everyone will love this!"...? So...many...questions! Why? Why did no one have enough common sense to say no at some point? Why did none of these big-name celebs with reputations to uphold take a stand for their basic dignity?

Oh well. Whatever the intention behind Cats was, it was clearly sincere because there's not a single ounce of commercialism to be found. That makes me kinda sympathize with the filmmakers. They wanted to do something really special. They failed miserably, but hey, at least they tried!