July 07, 2006

a confession

Since most of my favorite TV shows are on hiatus for the summer, I find myself flipping around with nothing to watch way too often. This week I managed to catch the “Dharma and Greg” pilot on the WE network, and now I’m hooked on “Dharma and Greg”. I DVR it and watch all four episodes that air daily. For a typical sitcom, it’s not bad at all. And I really like that crazy Jenna Elfman. She should get more work.

So in addition to my new “Dharma and Greg” fixation, I also find myself watching movies that I’ve seen too many times before. You know how when you’re just flipping around, there are some movies that seem to be on TV all the time? And there are some movies that I find myself watching every single time they’re on. Even if I’ve seen them a hundred times before. Even if I own them on DVD. Even if they’re actually bad movies.

Some of these are really embarrassing, so if it’s ever brought up, I’m going to deny ever having said that.

And God help me if they run a teen marathon of Bring It On, She's All That, and 10 Things I Hate About You (it's been known to happen). Then I wouldn't leave the house all day.

Which ridiculous movies can you not stop watching every time they come on?

8 comments:

Julia said...

Conan the Barbarian, Tremors, All the Indiana Jones movies.

Anonymous said...

The Godfather movies, BBC's Pride & Prejudice (no week is complete without it!), You've Got Mail (why?!), Garden State, Bridget Jones's Diary, Heathers, and the Truth About Cats & Dogs.... And all of the ones that Ally named:-)

-Sally

Queen Kandis said...

Oh yeah, I forgot about You've Got Mail. I'm guilty of that one as well. Shameful.

Queen Kandis said...

And Chasing Liberty, 50 First Dates, and La Bamba. How do I find time to hold down a job?

Sally said...

Is this why you have no time for YOGA!?!?

Mom said...

Remembered another one - To Wong Foo. Patrick Swayze never looked better.

wolfgirl said...

Besides pretty much every single one on your list I would have to add Legally Blonde, A Knight's Tale, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back, The Breakfast Club (a must!) and Buffy the Vampire Slayer the original cheesy movie. Love your top 25 list as well - am now agonizing over mine. Love your blog!

Queen Kandis said...

I've watched The Breakfast Club and the Buffy movie enough times that I think I finally got tired of them.