YoungStudentMarius wrote:I suppose I have one...the Spiderman trilogy. Yep. No shame. That thing was a bigger part of my growing up than it probably should have been. Plus, it's just awesome. And I don't like a lot of other superhero movies.
And not the new one. Didn't care for the new one at all.
Mademoiselle Mabeuf wrote:Peanuts! I went through a Peanuts obsession. Do you have the Monopoly?
Gervais wrote:I think the first one was one of our first DVDs, actually, partially because my parents refused to let go of their VCR player while it still worked. And Green Goblin was awesome. Even if I did never get to reading the actual comic.
Honourable Tholomyès wrote:Much as I love a truly great musical, I can't help but feel a certain joy in watching the bad ones. Scores that would make Beethoven thank the Lord he was deaf. Tacky, saccharine lyrics. Directing that Busby Berkeley would be rolling in his grave over. I just love them
The top shows that fulfil these categories are Lestat (Seriously, if you have not seen how farcical the burning scenes are, you're in for a treat) and Love Never Dies, a show with the Phantom dressed like a skeevy Salsa instructor who seduces middle class mothers and a plot that feels like a terribly uninspired fan fiction.
CeridwenLynne wrote:I admit to being a huge Twilight fan. I have read the books and watched the movies several times.
Scooby Doo. Another of those cartoons you are never too old to watch.
I write fanfics where I ship E/E.
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