Movies are a great source of entertainment, and many of us have our own preferences. Some would call this guilty pleasure, and there is nothing to be guilty about something that makes you happy. Whether you like heavy dramas or lighthearted ones, it is all acceptable!
But, we all have our favorite movies which we are afraid to admit we really like. Be it because it has so many bad reviews or it is plain cheesy (but enjoyable), some of us just want to enjoy them in peace. Fans from Reddit spill their biggest and darkest secrets:
It seems like the never-ending competition between Team Edward and Team Jacob has not been settled. The movie has a huge and strong fan base despite every criticism it has received. Still, many Twi-hard fans are going crazy over this vampire romance story.
DaydreamerRSM from Reddit said, “I went into it after making fun of it for months then ended up thoroughly enjoying it. Can’t say the same for any of its sequels though.” Clearly, there was something in the movie that changed this fan’s mind.
High School Musical (2006)
We have to admit that the songs from High School Musical are still a banger. Every fan who grew up watching Disney Channel must have an obsession with musicals. A lot of pre-teens and young adults were crazy about Troy and Gabriella’s love team, and we couldn’t blame them!
Redditor MovieMike007 admits having a soft spot for the movie and pleads, “Don’t judge me!” Certainly, no one is judging people here, and a lot of other Redditors showed their support to the commentator.
The Mummy (1999)
A movie of cult classic value, The Mummy is an action-adventure film starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. It is an entertaining watch that spanned over the years, but some fans find the comedic lines too cheesy.
WrinkledBiscuit from Reddit confessed, “It’s stupid, campy, some bad writing, predictable plot, and just about everything under the sun. But I recently watched it again, and I couldn’t help but smile in almost every scene.” A movie does not need to be serious to enjoy it!
Sucker Punch (2011)
What is not to love about Sucker Punch? A group of girls in steampunk costumes try to find their way out of an asylum where they are confined. The lead character, Babydoll (played by Emily Browning), battles against fantasy and reality.
Reddit user harvey2323 claimed, “Sucker Punch is my insomnia or anxiety or comfort movie. I watch it, and it calms me down, even though it generally seems to be despised by almost everybody I know.” Nothing’s wrong with loving a movie if it brings comfort!
Mean Girls (2004)
Now, when we talk about classic early 2000s movies, Mean Girls just have to be on the list. The movie managed to become a pop culture icon that a lot of the millennial generation grew up watching.
Fan from Reddit, withthedevil, said, “It’s ridiculous, but I know almost every line in it, and I watch it every time it’s on TV, and I can still laugh at it.” Surely, every line from Mean Girls is just memorable. So fetch!