As soon as a movie is fun, or enjoyable, it's not bad? I definitely like movies that are considered to be bad, at least by "professional movie reviewers", who I hold in somewhat lower esteem as a whole than their gaming counterparts. This really only happens with comedy movies though. I'm struggling to think of a movie from another genre that would fit this bill....I liked Mortal Kombat in the theater in 1996 as a 21 year old. Maybe the best video game movie ever at the time? A low bar. But I can't look at it now...
I can at least name a few comedies that are critically panned that I like/love.
Love Semi-Pro. Orginal cut. Extended blu-ray cut adds almost 100% garbage. Maybe my most re-watched movie of the last decade.
Love Macgruber - For this, it's the inverse. Well, not quite. The extended blu-ray cut is the way to go, but the original theatrical is close. My other contender for most watched of the decade.
I loved Kung Pow!, but I haven't watched it in ages. Maybe it wouldn't hold up. It's been around 12 years since I last watched it and viewed it most vigorously almost 2 decades ago. Whatever though, I got a lot out of it. Great special features. Including 2 entirely different audio tracks for the film, one of which is complete nonsense.
I just watched Action Point. Really had fun with it. Big fan of Knoxville, and his stunt-work was yet again, excellent. Had some good laughs, but it wasn't the funniest movie ever.
Loved The Pest. It was so f***ed up. And not really in a "shock comedy" way. It was f***ed up in it's own unique way. It's also where the name COKTOE came from. I did legit love it, but it's the oldest movie on this list. I bet lots of it would fall flat now. Some of the racist stuff might be funnier than ever though. Hard to say. I cant' vouch for it any more. It's been probably almost 20 years since I watched it.
Really liked Popstar....It actually has a 79% at RT, but was a huge flop commercially.
- "If you have the heart of a true winner, you can always get more pissed off than some other asshole."