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    The films you shouldn't admit to liking, but you love them anyway...

    You know what i'm talking about. Those films that you love watching but you're pretty ashamed to have watched them so much. And no, I don't mean those films either...

    Anyway, here's a few of my guilty pleasures;

    The Devil Wears Prada
    Mean Girls
    Love Actually

    And in terms of television, there's no better than Desperate Housewives. Used to watch it for Eva Longoria's lovely pins but now I watch it as a true fanatic.
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    Power Rangers the movie, though tbh, I'll happily admit to anyone that I think that was a better film than most of the dross action films like Star Trek, Terminator 4 and Transformers 2 that were released in the cinema this year, so maybe that doesn't count.

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    The Devil Wears Prada was quite good actually. 7/10

    Mean Girls was a 6/10.

    Love Actually was very good. 7/10.

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    Love Actually's a very good film...actually. Must admit to being a fan of quite a few Richard Curtis films.


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    Haha, I'll go Mean Girls and Love Actually, though Mean Girls has cult status at my school in all honesty

    The Lion King is immense. Probably no shame with that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcussjd9 View Post
    Haha, I'll go Mean Girls and Love Actually, though Mean Girls has cult status at my school in all honesty

    The Lion King is immense. Probably no shame with that though.
    None at all imo.

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    The death of Simba's dad still hurts me

    And another couple to the list; Just Married and P.S I Love You. Don't care how gay they are.

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    Enjoyed the Notebook tbh

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    EDIT: Love Actually is awesome.
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    Loved Grease as a kid. Even seen the (dire) sequel starring a very young Michelle Pfeiffer too.
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    Love Actually definately. Actually a guilty fan of most Hugh Grant flicks.

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    Yeah I agree with Love Actually, thought it was really good.
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    May or may not have somewhat enjoyed the Lizzy McGuire movie when I happened to come across it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    May or may not have somewhat enjoyed the Lizzy McGuire movie when I happened to come across it.
    Hopefully because you enjoyed looking at her rather than any other reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Hopefully because you enjoyed looking at her rather than any other reason.
    There was that too, for a movie that I expected to be total rubbish I thought it was ok. However I have never seen it since and dont really plan to watch it again.

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