Bad Movies That Are Actually Pretty Good

Anyway, I love Paul Blart: Mall Cop.


Eternal (2021)

Marvel Studios / Everett Collection

“I wouldn’t call Eternals the best MCU movie, but I definitely don’t think it was as bad as critics have said. Sure, there were some issues, but I really loved the characters and this dysfunctional family. I bet this is an MCU movie that people will look back on in a few years and realize how amazing it was and how much it prepares for future movies. “

—Nora Dominick

Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 47% of 100%

Where to see it: Currently in cinemas !!


Hocus Pocus (1993)

Buena Vista Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection

“Seriously, Hocus Pocus is the best. I’ve loved him all my life and whoever got a low score must have seen a different movie than me.”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 38% of 100%

Where to see it: Disney +


The first women’s club (1996)

Paramount / Everett Collection

“It only has a 49% rating, but I love this movie! Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn and Bette Midler? Yes please.”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 49% of 100%

Where you can see it: STARZ


Green Lantern (2011)

Warner Bros. / Everett Collection

“Basically everyone I know hates this movie, but I think it was pretty good.”

—Placeholder credibility

Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 26% of 100%

Where to watch it: Netflix


A Sound of Thunder (2005)

Warner Bros. / Everett Collection

“I love A Sound of Thunder. It only has a 6% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but I enjoyed seeing it. It’s about a time-traveling company and how the accidental death of a small butterfly has enormous evolutionary and devastating effects.” are bad and have plot holes, but it’s very entertaining if you don’t expect high quality and don’t take it too seriously. “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 6% of 100%

Where to see it: Available to borrow from Amazon Prime


Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)

Sony Pictures / Everett Collection

“I know it’s awful, but I still love it.”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 34% of 100%

Where to see it: Available to borrow from Amazon Prime


Stepsisters (2018)

Daniel Mcfadden / Everett Collection

“I don’t think I’ve seen any other film more than this. Just a very simple and enjoyable watch and the actors do such a good job!”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 22% of 100%

Where to watch it: Netflix


Showgirls (1995)

United Artists / Everett Collection

“Showgirls is only at 22%, but I absolutely love it. It’s ridiculous and over the top and INCREDIBLY persuasive (and Gina Gershon is an absolute sweetheart).”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 22% of 100%

Where to see it: Showgirls isn’t currently available to stream on websites, but there are TONS of clips of the film on YouTube.


Hook (1991)

Tristar Pictures / Everett Collection

“It’s one of my five favorite films and has only 29% on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s Robin Williams as Peter Pan !!! What’s not to love?”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 29% of 100%

Where to see it: Available for free on Freeform with a cable login or with a Hulu with Live TV subscription


Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)

Walt Disney Co. / courtesy Everett Collection

“It’s really fun and entertaining. Yes, some of this is unrealistic, but it’s definitely more realistic than almost any Fast and Furious movie. lots of nice oldtimers. “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 25% of 100%

Where you can see it: Fubo or loanable on Apple TV


Just join in (2011)

Columbia Pictures / Everett Collection

“I honestly find Just Go With It incredibly entertaining. It has a lot of terrifying moments, but some really hilarious ones (mostly thanks to Nick Swardson). I also think the chemistry of Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler is really worth seeing! “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 19% of 100%

Where to see it: Available on Amazon Prime or free with a Hulu and Live TV subscription


Passengers (2016)

Columbia Pictures / © Columbia Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection

“Passengers was a decent movie. Yes, he woke her up and she forgave him … but basically she had no choice but to make the best of her circumstances.”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 30% of 100%

Where you can see it: Fubo or loanable on Apple TV


Practical Magic (1998)

Warner Bros. / Everett Collection

“It’s superior and it has everything you could want – amazing ’90s fashion and hairstyles, witchcraft, the beautiful Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock (complete with midnight margarita dance scene) and plays in my dream home. It’s only 22% I think but it’s a cult classic and should be corrected. “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 21% of 100%

Where to see it: HBO Max


Daylight (1996)

Universal / courtesy Everett Collection

“I actually like Daylight with Sylvester Stallone. In the film, Sylvester intervenes after a tunnel collapses to save the survivors. It’s a pretty cool movie. “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27% of 100%

Where you can see it: STARZ


Elektra (2005)

20th Century Fox / Everett Collection

“Elektra is a great movie and you can’t change my damn mind! He did a really good job with what he had to work with, and it doesn’t hurt that Jennifer Garner was the perfect cast choice. “

– christinaa447c2c45c

Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 11% of 100%

Where you can see it: Hulu


Driving Angry (2011)

Summit Entertainment / Everett Collection

“A true masterpiece from a Nic Cage film. I watched it on a whim and almost broke my rib with laughter a million miles from Crank and really one of my go-to feel-good films. Not only is it the craziest action movies up there, but the plot is surprisingly intriguing and has some great characters, unfortunately Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb put it another way, it’s 48% and no one EVER talks about it. For me it is a real gem of a “bad movie”. Just sit down, be quiet and you will be entertained. “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 48% of 100%

Where you can see it: Fubo or loanable on Apple TV


Annie (2014)

Barry Wetcher / CTMG / Everett Collection

“I think it’s a brilliant movie and I love the music and the characters!”


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 28% of 100%

Where to see it: Can be rented on Apple TV


Suicide Squad (2016)

Warner Bros. / Everett Collection

“I know I’ll get some hate for this, but the first Suicide Squad was some silly camp fun. I think the Marvel movies really improved the game and made anything but Marvel movies seem silly, and that’s both good and bad because now we can’t have a pointless, fun blowup festival without someone watching the movie exclaims for “lack of action”. Sometimes I want to cry during a movie, but sometimes I just want to go out and watch a super hot guy with powers or amazing skills screw up shit, no rhyme or reason! “


Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 26% of 100%

Where to see it: HBO Max


And finally cats (2019)

Universal Pictures / Everett Collection

“MY GOD! Cats isn’t that bad. No, it’s not poetic cinema, but it doesn’t deserve all the hate.”

—Dandelion silver

Current Rotten Tomatoes Score: 20% of 100%

Where to see it: HBO Max

So what do you think Did your favorite make the list? Let us know in the comments what your favorite “bad” movie is.

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