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17 Cheesy Movies We Secretly Love

Cheesy Movies

Admit it, when someone asks you about your favorite films, there are a few that you keep quiet about. You know, the flicks that you don't mention out of fear of being laughed out of the room.

Well we say stop hiding those movies and embrace their cheesiness. Sure they may have diabolical acting, non-existent storylines and/or plot holes you could fall into. But something about them makes you happy, and isn't that all that matters? Whenever you’re feeling down or just need of a laugh, you know you can rely on these corny movies to perk you up and leave you in a better mood.

So without further ado, we celebrate our favorite cheesy movies that we heart *whispers* on the low...

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1. Coming to America - Let’s be honest, we've watched this film so many times we could probably recite it by heart.

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2. Scary Movie - It's stupid, dumb, pointless ...and friggin' hilarious.

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3. Glitter - Someone should have told Mariah to stick to music—but we’re glad they didn’t or we would never have been able to experience the sheer randomness that is Glitter.

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4. Showgirls - The film that killed Elizabeth Berkley’s career is the same one that gives us life when we need a good laugh.

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5. The Room - One of those films that is soooo bad it crosses right back over into good.

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6. The Notebook - The film every boyfriend dreads is one we heart.

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7. Diary of a Mad Black Woman - Basically any film by Tyler Perry could have made it onto this list—but this one gets a special mention for being utterly bonkers.

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8. White Chicks - Everything about this film says we should hate it but we just can’t do it.

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9. Trading Places - It's Eddie Murphy at his funniest—how we like to remember him.

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10. Elf - 'Tis the season for festive cheesiness.

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11. The Goonies - One of the corniest films of the 80s is still a fave for us.

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12. Goldmember - Wacky costumes, funny lines and Beyonce; what more could you want in a film?

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13. The Nutty Professor - Another Eddie Murphy flick that we love undercover.

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14. Grease - Sing-a-long cheesiness at its finest.

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15. Dirty Dancing - Pure mozzarella, gorgonzola and edam.

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16. Sister Act - We absolutely love Whoopi in this corn-ball of a movie.

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17. Waiting to Exhale - A weepy we know will have us crying buckets but we’ll re-watch it anyway.

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