A Guilty Pleasure film is one that is often actively bad, but one which you watch every time you see it on TV anyway. 1. Best defined as: "Why am I watching this when I could be watching Bergman's "Winter Light"? [Answer: Who really wants to watch mid-career Bergman? It's a complete downer] Or: 2. A film you'd be embarrassed to be caught watching. By anybody. So list your guilty pleasures and the reasons why. 1. "The Quick and the Dead" This is stupid, terrible, unlikely and not particularly well scripted or directed. It does have a crackerjack male cast and set-up, though. 2. "Kelly's Heroes" Very bad. Badly directed. The script sucks. Anachronisms abound. Silly. But Sutherland, Savalas and Eastwood do something to make themselves watchable. Don't ask. 3. "The Producers" (the original) Mel Brooks made this on a shoestring, and he's just beginning his career, so it's often awkward. I dislike Zero Mostel, but he does have timing to die for. Gene Wilder is hilarious, as is the musical number. Plus the concept works. And works. 4. "Start the Revolution Without Me" No third act--and I do mean none--but Gene Wilder and Hugh Griffith (as Louis XVII) are fantastic. 5. "Quigley Down Under" Stupid premise and risible script. However, Selleck, San Giacomo, and Rickman have boatloads of chemistry. 6. "The Lost Boys" Silly, and Jason Patric is dull. The rest of the cast is not, however. Great first five minutes. 7. "George of the Jungle" *Extremely* silly, and I usually hate infantile male comedy, and they don't come any more infantile than George. However: John Cleese plays an ape, and the supporting cast has a ball. 8. "Slap Shot" The movie is kind of a mess, and Hill isn't a very distinctive director. But the cast is terrific, and the hockey jokes make me laugh every time. 9. "Bad Cop, Bon Cop" A bilingual hockey comedy. I think you have to be Canadian. The film sucks, but the hockey crime jokes are great. 10. "Twins" Stupid in every way, but the cast (especially DeVito, one of my least favorite actors) sell it like crazy.