"What is the most embarrassing movie you own and why?"
I found this question very intriguing, because I do subscribe to the belief that my DVD shelf must be one I am proud of. It's right out there in the open in my living room, where all guests can see, so more than once I've stopped Angel from buying a stupid movie on the grounds of, "I don't want that movie on our shelf!"
I'm not sure if this is a normal way to view a movie collection, or not. But we do have one very, very embarrassing movie in our collection.
Let me explain. Angel has always revolted violently against the idea of eating mayonnaise, so I've had to learn to simply not tell him that a few foods that he really likes involve mayonnaise. He also claims that mayonnaise is for "white people" and that's why he's not used to eating anything with mayonnaise. I had never heard such a claim before, and he decided that he had to find and purchase Undercover Brother (The plotline involves a secret agent fighting back against an evil plan devised by a white man against African Americans all over the country). There is a scene in the movie describing this awful stuff that white people eat, and it's mayonnaise. Angel says that the first time he ever saw this movie, he could relate so well to that scene, so he had to buy it for me so that I could understand how he felt about mayonnaise.
And that's the story of the most embarrassing movie I own. Sure, parts of this movie are truly funny, including the mayonnaise scene, but it is cheesy and the portrayal of women in the movie (as you can probably tell from the cover) is horrible.
If you're looking for my recommendation of what movie NOT to see, this is it. So, what's the story behind the most embarrassing movie you own?