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    MST3K worthy movies

    Watching XXX for the first time. This is the cheesiest movie I have watched in a long time. It is so bad that its actually entertaining me.
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    Ij4

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    Only way I can stomach Last Airbender is with Rifftrax.

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    (Interminable) Days of Trillian-Without-Zaphod
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    Point Break (if they haven't done it already)

    Carrington (an odd choice, maybe, but it's one of the few movies I can think of where I was actually happy when
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    Nixon (mostly for the overly symbolic stuff, like the horses)

    Sirens (the only movie I've ever seen where they posted a bad review outside and changed the marquee while the film was showing)

    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

    Prospero's Books (an interesting experiment, but totally bizarre)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaith View Post
    (Interminable) Days of Trillian-Without-Zaphod
    ?? . . . Is this some Hitchhiker's Guide movie I've never heard of?

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    ^ If only, hombre. If only.
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    It gets better. In the last scene, after he's moved on from Summer, he meets a cute new girl and introduces himself.

    Her name is Autumn.

    He gives the camera a "whoah" look right after she says this.

    Cut to credits.

    I only wish I was kidding.
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