I confess, these are my Guilty Pleasures… But are they yours?
We all have movies, TV and books we watch with trusted friends and family or that we watch alone when others are out …. these are some of mine.
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These films are the movies we don’t talk about but we love to hear others discuss and try desperately not to nod in agreement, if others praise it. For example, I have a close male friend who in public does not admit to liking Sandra
Bollocks Bullock films and even asked me to buy Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005) on his behalf.
Guilty Pleasure No 1
Meryl sings with a musical Bond
Sophie has invited 3 of her mother’s old flames to her wedding..but which one will be revealed as Sophie’s father..
Guilty Pleasure No 2
A Christmas Romance is a Family Affair
A Christmas romance begins between a poor Swiss imigrant and a rich girl, with a wee twist..
Guilty Pleasure No 3
The One with the Stat
Strap into your seat as Turetto and his Furious dudes take you for a spin in their cars…with the Stat as bad guy.
Guilty Pleasure 4
A Musing Adventures with Rollerskating
A muse comes to earth via a mural and inspires a rollerdisco but falls in love..
Guilty Pleasure No 5
Girl Just Wants See Harrison Ford
Janey and Lynn love to dance, their favourite TV programme Dance TV, is holding auditions. What could possibly happen?
Guilty Pleasures No 6
Bursting the Dynasty Soap Bubble.
TV Heaven or Hell, you decide in a TV movie which is a tells the story about the making of Dallas’s rival soap Dynasty.
Guilty Pleasure No 7
Back to Grease’s Rydell High again, in the sequel
So my latest offering is Grease 2, a musical sequel about the Rydell High’s newboy Englishman’s love for a Pink Lady with lots of singing and dancing…
Guilty Pleasure No 8
Where Eagle flies, on a mountain high..
A feel good biopic of Eddie Edwards, the beloved British Olympic ski jumper who reached the pinnacle of his success in the 1988 Olympics.
Guilty Pleasure No 9
Shatner Faces Terror at 37,000 Feet
An unlikely group of characters face fear on a doomed flight, with William Shatner acting his socks off.
Guilty Pleasures No 10
A Flight to Remember.. it’s a soap in the skies.
Probably the best of the Airport movies franchise, with OTT plotlines including the Bermuda Triangle and characters including Christopher Lee as a Deep Sea Diver…
Guilty Pleasures No 11
Going Potty about Opera
A biopic about Paul Potts, a Welshman with a big operatic dream who won the first series of Britain’s Got Talent.
Guilty Pleasure No 12
A Door To The Past.
Unhappily married, Jennie Logan goes back in time, falls in love and must to solve her lover’s murder before it happens…as time runs out.