Movie Hybrids Gneech Doesn't Want to See...
10) To Live and Let Die in L.A.
A bleak story of drugs, crime, and corruption in MI6, with outrageous gadgets and a theme song by Paul McCartney.
9) Episode I: The Phantom Creeps
Bela Lugosi and a robot with a flat butt easily conquer the galaxy 'cause the heroes are so dumb.
8) BIG Trouble in Little China
Kurt Russell is magically transformed into Tom Hanks and has to go fight demons in San Francisco's Chinatown with his friend who owns a toy company. Oh, and Kim Catrall.
7) Big Trouble in Little China
Tim Allen stars as a thinly-disguised Dave Barry and has to go fight demons in Miami's Chinatown while Patrick Warburton runs naked through an airport. Oh, and Kim Catrall.
6) Three Men and a Babe
Tom Selleck, Steve Gutenberg, and Ted Danson find a talking pig left on their doorstep and learn lessons about live, love, and junk like that.
5) A Room With a View to a Kill
A charming and elegant Victorian-era romance about Christopher Walken's plan to destroy Silicon Valley, unless Bond can overcome his awkward social inhibitions.
4) Die Another Day the Earth Stood Still
Pierce Brosnan and a giant robot named Gort stop all technology on the face of the planet for an hour to teach Chinese extremists the value of peace. Last Bond joke, I promise.
3) Twelve Iron Monkeys
Terry Gilliam directs this kung fu action tale about Bruce Willis being sent back in time to Imperial China to battle corrupt monks who want to spread a deadly virus. Look out for Bilbo Baggins playing a priest named Cornelius ... or was that a different movie?
2) The Trouble With Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Alfred Hitchcock directs this magical tale of a dead young wizard, and the various people whose lives are touched on the day when they have to try to hide the body. This premise was successfully re-used later with Ray Milland as a dead alcoholic being put into funny situations in The Lost Weekend at Bernie's.
1) Four Big Fat Greek Weddings and a Funeral
Hugh Grant ... oh forget it.