Karman Kregloe: I probably shouldn’t like Just Friends. It contains a lot of over the top slapstick humor, Amy Smart (miscast, in my opinion) plays a stereotypical irresistible girl next door who everyone wanted when they were 16, and Ryan Reynolds stars as a cocky music industry executive who routinely uses women and tosses them away.
But that’s not all! Reynolds behaves badly because he was tormented for being obese in high school, and Just Friends offers him the opportunity to do some intense acting in a fat suit for those flashback scenes. Plus, Anna Faris plays a thinly-veiled version of Britney Spears and performs the amazing song "Forgiveness." Also, Reynolds assaults a bunch of 10-year olds on the ice in a hockey game when they start to out play him!
Convinced yet? Promise me you’ll stick around for the end credits, in which the high school version of Reynolds performs the Boyz II Men classic "End of the Road." It’s so bad it’s good.
Mia Jones: As someone who went to college for film studies, this is actually a really difficult Huddle for me. Most of the movies I love I’d fight anyone to the death to defend — especially The Last Dragon.
There is one movie though, that is so terribly wonderful, I ended up scouring the streets of Boston for three days trying to find it. And when I couldn’t, I spent $40 on a VHS copy of it off of eBay (yes, I was a little inebriated at the time).
Teen Witch is a timeless classic that is filled with so much kitsch, bad hair-do’s and terrible rapping, it’s no wonder it’s one of my favorite movies of all time. Also, the lead character happens to be Blake Lively’s older sister, Robyn. Top that!