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I don't feel like I watch a lot of movies, but apparently I watch a lot of bad movies. Seen well over half of those on the list.

I vote Hudson Hawk. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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Movie 43 is frigging hysterical. I laughed my ass off.
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I loved the TV series.
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I've only see a few.

I may be one of the few who enjoyed Howard the Duck but I'm guessing it hasn't helpd up well since it was rather cheesy even when released.

Star Trek V was god awful and the only one of these I think I paid money to see in the theater. It ranks as one of the worst movies I've seen in a theater.

Waterwrold was on TV the other day, it was a bad as I remembered when I saw it the first time.
I guess I'm blessed in that I first watched in on VHS.
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but then again, tough to root against Bolero because Bo Derek
I think she is the reason for probably 80% of the ticket sales...

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I've seen 12 of those movies either in the theater or on video. Most of them are from the older part of the list. I've seen parts of probably six or seven more.

I was a big movie guy up through the mid nineties (I worked in a video rental store--remember those?--in the early 90's, so I saw a ton of stuff), but I've probably only gone to see a grownup movie in the theater maybe 10 times in the past 20 years. (Having children, I get 6 or 7 kids movies a year. But my son will be 10 soon, and we've let him see some PG-13 films, so, hopefully, I'll be mostly out of the G/PG realm very soon)
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I don't wanna know how bad Howard the Duck probably seems as an adult. I liked it as a kid, though, so I vote that one as the best worst picture.
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Now that I actually read the title of the thread - I vote Rambo
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I have seen 20 of these.
I vote Hudson Hawk or Ford Fairlane.
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