Movies With Bad Rotten Tomatoes Scores You Should Totally Watch Anyway

As everyone knows, nothing is worse than sitting through a bad movie. It can be a painful, frustrating experience, especially when you're trapped in a movie theater. However, some movies are so terrible that they're actually kind of fun. When a movie is so bad it's good, the watching experience can become pretty enjoyable. After all, what's more fun than laughing at a film's terrible script or ridiculous plotline? In 2003, "The Room" proved this point. This horrible movie featured laughable acting, a nonsensical script, and truly terrible cinematography — and audiences lapped it up. It even became a cult favorite (via Vox).

If you're in the mood for an easy watch that won't be too demanding or emotionally trying, we recommend picking a decidedly bad movie. We turned to Rotten Tomatoes to find some of the worst reviewed films of all time. Here are movies with bad Rotten Tomatoes scores that they're actually kind of fun to watch.

Down to You has a terrible script but can still be kind of fun

Back in the day, Julia Stiles was the It girl of teen cinema. While we all loved "Save the Last Dance" and "10 Things I Hate About You," "Down to You" didn't go down in history in the same way. This film follows Stiles as a college student in love with Freddie Prinze Jr.'s character — and that seems to be the entire plot.

According to a reviewer for Entertainment Weekly, this film attempts to portray the sincerity and passion of young love, but ends up as nothing more than a snooze fest. As he put it, "It's like watching the dreckiest of teen puppy courtships trying to pass itself off as 'Annie Hall.'" EW also noted that the movie features "dialogue that's embarrassing in its coy and wistful hungry-heart neuroticism." Other critics agreed. The film only has a 3% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite the horrible reviews, some people may actually enjoy this film. First of all, it stars Stiles and Prinze Jr., who are sure to send you into a nostalgic spiral just by gracing the screen. Plus, for millennials who grew up watching these stars falling in love in the early 2000s, this simple love story will make you remember all of your own misguided, though passionate, young love affairs.

A Little Bit of Heaven is perfect if you're in the mood for 'schmaltz'

The 2011 film "A Little Bit of Heaven" starred Kate Hudson as a woman falling in love while dying of colonic cancer. While this isn't exactly a feel-good movie, it does offer one thing, according to the Daily Mail — "Hollywood schmaltz." For many viewers, over-the-top schmaltz isn't exactly a good thing. In fact, most reviewers hated the contrived emotional tone of the film and the blasé way it dealt with a serious illness. A critic for The New York Times called it "a cringe-inducing romantic comedy turned cancer tragedy turned inspirational hosanna about living in the moment, embracing your bliss and other [clichés]," while a critic from the Los Angeles Times wrote, "It's as shallow as it is mawkish." Overall, the film has a 4% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Nevertheless, if you're a fan of films like "A Walk to Remember" and don't mind the "morbid and schlocky," as the Daily Mail put it, this strange and silly combination of tragedy and love story may suit you.

The Roommate is a cheesy thriller that we secretly love

Sometimes, nothing beats a dumb horror movie. If you're looking for an undemanding, slightly campy thriller to watch on date night or even on girls' night, "The Roommate" will definitely fit the bill. This film stars Leighton Meester of "Gossip Girl" fame as the roommate-turned-obsessive stalker of Minka Kelly's character. According to critics, this film isn't too suspenseful. As one writer for the Daily Mirror put it, it "elicits snores and guffaws thanks to workmanlike 'shock' moments and obvious twists." The movie has a rating of just 3% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Of course, for horror fans, this movie may not be the best choice. However, if you're after an easy-going thriller with an obvious, predictable plot that will make you jump without leaving you with serious nightmares, this silly film is probably worth a watch.

As Meester said in an interview, "When people go to see the movie, I think, just expect to be a little bit scared and intrigued." While it may not be quite as intriguing as Meester had hoped, this film will deliver some thrills while being easily forgettable.

Jack and Jill may be dumb, but it's still an Adam Sandler movie

"Jack and Jill" is an Adam Sandler movie about a family Thanksgiving shared by twins Jack and Jill — both played by Sandler. Notably, Al Pacino bizarrely plays himself in the film and develops a crush on Jill. Despite the wacky premise and the impressive cast, critics were not impressed. One wrote, "It's all painfully unfunny," while another said, "This movie is a crime to comedy." With countless harsh reviews like these, the film has only a 3% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

However, while film critics hated this movie, it still might be one to watch for fans of Sandler's brand of comedy. As Sandler told the Independent, critics don't always go for his films. He said, "I didn't get into movies to please the critics. I got into it to make people laugh and have fun with my friends." While this film may not deliver particularly witty or refined comedy, it certainly pleased Sandler fans enough, grossing $150 million at the box office. If you like dumb slapstick humor, give this one a try.

Material Girls was a huge flop but it's still fun to see the Duff sisters in action

In general, the early 2000s delivered some pretty cringe-worthy teen flicks. Movies like "Cadet Kelly," "New York Minute," and "Raise Your Voice" were awful, yes, but we loved the silly plotlines and cheesy acting from our favorite TV stars. So, if you're looking for a truly terrible teen movie, look no further than 2006's "Material Girls." This film starred Hilary Duff and her sister, Haylie Duff, as wealthy sisters. The plot, you may be surprised to hear, was loosely based on Jane Austen's novel "Sense and Sensibility" — but by the sounds of things, even Austen's influence couldn't elevate this film.

Critics called it "vapid," "grating," "casually offensive," and "brain-numbing." Overall, it boasts a dismal score of 4% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

While the movie is categorically terrible, it might just be worth your time if you're in the mood for a mindless, nostalgic teen flick — after all, sometimes, a silly movie is exactly what we're craving.

Disaster Movie is formulaic, stupid, and ... actually pretty enjoyable

Back in the noughties, a series of films were released mocking common genres. It began with "Scary Movie," which parodied "Scream," "I Know What You Did Last Summer," and other famous horror films. Other parody movies were "Superhero Movie," "Date Movie," "Epic Movie," and "Spy Hard." "Disaster Movie" was another addition to this collection of films, and, like the others, it didn't do so well with the critics. With a score of just 1% on Rotten Tomatoes, it's safe to say that the movie was, well, a disaster. One critic for the Austin Chronicle even wrote, "Writer/directors [Jason] Friedberg and [Aaron] Seltzer are a scourge. They're a plague on our cinematic landscape, a national shame, a danger to our culture." Yikes.

Ok, so the movie's not too impressive. But if you're a fan of parodies and of disaster movies, this movie will probably be a pretty fun watch. You may have to stomach a few dumb jokes and a lot of poor acting, but if you embrace the stupidity of "Disaster Movie," you might just enjoy yourself.

Pinocchio is almost so creepy it's good

Roberto Benigni is one of the most celebrated Italian filmmakers and actors in the world. You may remember him for his Oscar-winning performance in the 1997 film "Life Is Beautiful." However, his 2002 live-action version of "Pinocchio" wasn't met with the same acclaim. In fact, the film has a shocking 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Critics called it "creepy," "awful," "head-slapping," overproduced," and "idiotic." The general consensus seems to be that Benigni seriously misfired with this film.

But could there be something we're missing? It turns out Italians absolutely loved Benigni's version, in which he played the titular puppet himself. As i-Italy reported, "Many Italian critics believe that Oscar winner Benigni ... successfully brought out the darker aspects of Collodi's 1883 complex morality tale." As visual effects artist Carlo Rambaldi said, "Roberto was unfairly panned by the American critics, who didn't understand what he was trying to do. We Italians loved it."

If you're willing to set aside your preconceptions of what Pinocchio should look like, give this dark, twisted live-action story a try.

Because I Said So is a rom-com starring some of your favorite actresses

"Because I Said So" is the perfect feel-good rom-com — even if its reviews were a little underwhelming and it has a bad Rotten Tomatoes score. The movie stars Diane Keaton, Mandy Moore, Lauren Graham, and Piper Perabo as women in one dysfunctional but loveable family. But despite its cast, critics found the movie disappointing. One said, "While the mixture looks sweet, it goes down decidedly sour." Another dubbed it as "light and fluffy schmaltz." Overall, it only has a 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

While this is probably not the best rom-com out there, it's not necessarily a bad pick. After all, it stars some super-loved actresses. You have to love the combo of Annie Hall, Lorelai Gilmore, and Rebecca Pearson!

Plus, Keaton herself gave the film her stamp of approval. As she told Collider at the time, "I just thought it was funny." We definitely suggest giving this movie a try, even if the critics turned up their noses at it.

Serving Sara is a silly rom-com starring Chandler from Friends

Even though "Serving Sara" may only have a 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it still might be worth watching if you're just in the mood for an easy-going comedy with a little romance. Critics called this movie "predictable," "unpleasant," and even "excruciating." However, we think this movie deserves a second chance.

"Serving Sara" stars Matthew Perry (aka Chandler from "Friends") as a process server who is serving divorce papers to Sara, played by Elizabeth Hurley. Somewhat predictably, the pair fall in love.

As Reginald Hudlin, the director, told, the premise for the film is pretty much perfect for a somewhat predictable but easily digestible rom-com. "The idea is to take a mismatched couple, and put them in a place that is inappropriate for both of them," he said. "So you have a hip urbane guy and this beautiful woman from England, and you dump them in Texas." Sounds like a silly setup — we're all in!

Staying Alive may be a misguided sequel, but why not give it a shot?

"Saturday Night Fever" is widely considered a classic. With John Travolta as the lead, plenty of great tunes, and loads of disco dances, what's not to love? You may be surprised to learn that there is actually a little-known, much-hated sequel called "Staying Alive." This sequel was released six years after the original, and, although Travolta appeared in it, most critics thought the film was pretty awful. Overall, it scored a resounding 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, with people calling it "repetitive," "embarrassing," and "soulless."

Travolta presumably had hoped that "Staying Alive" would win him positive reviews. As he explained to The New York Times, he had contributed ideas during the scriptwriting process, as he "wanted Tony to have a positive future." He also thought that this older version of Tony was "more appealing." He even suggested that his character was more interesting in the second film, saying, "He pulls you in more subtly." Maybe it's time we gave this infamous sequel another try.

Return to the Blue Lagoon stars a young Milla Jovovich

Looking for a cheesy, old-school, naughty, lost-at-sea romance? Look no further than the 1991 flick "Return to the Blue Lagoon." This film is a sequel to the R-rated movie "Blue Lagoon" and follows a young woman (played by a young Milla Jovovich) and her adopted brother stranded on an island, falling in love and dealing with strangers who approach. While the first film only managed to earn an 8% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the sequel did even worse with a dismal 0% score.

The Radio Times called it "a textbook example of a disaster that amazingly manages not only to contain bad acting and an appalling script, but also some of the most unconvincing love scenes ever committed to film." A critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote, "'Return to the Blue Lagoon' is neither campy enough to be howlingly funny nor prurient enough to be provocative."

While the movie may not be laugh-out-loud funny or particularly shocking, the bad acting and stupid script makes it an easy watch while the naughty moments are perfect for those days when you're craving a few romance scenes.

Hot Pursuit is pretty much a guilty pleasure

"Hot Pursuit" is an action comedy starring fan-favorite actresses Sofía Vergara from  "Modern Family" and Reese Witherspoon of "Legally Blonde" and "Big Little Lies" fame as a Colombian woman on her way to testify against a drug lord and a by-the-book cop escorting her. As the movie's Rotten Tomatoes score of 7% suggests, this film wasn't exactly a hit with critics. The Guardian complained that Witherspoon's comedy chops were "strained" while Vergara never really gets the opportunity to elicit laughs.

Nevertheless, this movie can still be a fun watch — especially if you're in the mood to chuckle at cliched lines and contrived situations. As critic Glenn Kenny of noted, "If you key in to the often manic comic chemistry that Witherspoon and Vergara spark off, you won't mind, for instance, the I'm-almost-certain-inadvertently-funny ineptitude of the take-down-the-bad-guy ... won't bother you all that much." 

While it probably won't stick with you after you watch it, this film promises to be chaotic and silly for easy-going viewers.

The Nutcracker in 3D is a weird Christmas film

While "The Nutcracker in 3D" may not be the best choice for fans of the original story, it might suit people who enjoy the occasional dark version of a children's tale. As Slate noted, "This movie screws up the classic story in every conceivable way," so fans of the original should steer clear.

It's no wonder this movie has a whopping 0% on Rotten Tomatoes — it seems that most critics were too tied to the original story. As one critic scathingly wrote, "'The Nutcracker in 3D' is an apparent Scrooge-like attempt by Russian filmmaker Andrei Konchalovsky to forever ruin children's associations with the classic Yuletide ballet." Another called it "one of the most misguided children's films ever made."

As long as you don't hope for a charming, feel-good holiday movie, you can enjoy this twisted version of "The Nutcracker" starring Elle Fanning. Think of it as the Hans Christian Andersen version, complete with creepy toys, terrifying rats, and bizarre performances from the likes of John Turturro and Nathan Lane.

Rom-com Playing for Keeps stars a host of top movie talent

The rom-com "Playing for Keeps" stars plenty of familiar faces, including Gerard Butler as a former soccer star and Jessica Biel as his ex-wife. Their co-stars include Catherine Zeta-Jones, Judy Greer, and Uma Thurman. The movie only has a 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, thanks to scathing reviews that called it "tired," "insipid," "derivative," and "half-hearted." One reviewer, however, was a little kinder, writing, "It's a relatively entertaining piece of fluff, but equally forgettable after leaving the theatre."

If you want a film that features some eye candy and doesn't leave you ruminating over it for days on end, this easy, light movie will do the trick. And as Entertainment Weekly wrote, "In case you were wondering, yes, they did find time to feature a shot of Butler without his shirt."

With its great cast and Butler's character's journey to "become an adult," this movie might be one to add to your list.

Scary Movie V may not be as good as its predecessors, but it's still worth watching

It may be true that the "Scary Movie" series got progressively worse with each movie ... but that doesn't mean 2013's "Scary Movie V" isn't worth watching. Especially for those of us who are fans of the previous "Scary Movie" films, the fifth installment is really what we've come to know and love: a lot of silliness and parodying of other horror films. In this case, "Scary Movie V" parodies "Black Swan," "Paranormal Activity," "The Cabin in the Woods," "Insidious" and "Inception."

Now, this movie has a tragic 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and we're not going to try to convince you that it deserves a significantly higher rating. It's not a great movie. But what we will say is that, as with all the "Scary Movie" films, they are enjoyable when you take them for what they are, which is mostly an hour and a half of dumb jokes and over-the-top spoofing. You might lose some brain cells, but you'll probably laugh at least once.

Hocus Pocus has a lousy Rotten Tomatoes score but is obviously a masterpiece

The fact that "Hocus Pocus" (1993) received a measly 38% on Rotten Tomatoes is almost unbelievable considering the cult classic the film has become. If you haven't seen it, this Halloween movie centers around three evil witches, the Sanderson sisters, who are resurrected from the dead by some teenagers who wander into the abandoned home where the witches used to live. From then on, it's a battle between good and evil...though the witches are so funny and entertaining that you'll probably end up rooting for them. Critics claim the movie is "sloppily written" and "egregiously unfunny," (via Rotten Tomatoes); however, most people vehemently disagree.

An IMDb reviewer wrote of the film, "Hocus pocus is a timeless classic. The perfect Halloween movie, a combination of minor scares, great laughs, and some killer costumes. The most iconic three witches in all of Salem. I rewatch this multiple times every Halloween season, and it only gets better." Another reviewer wrote, "It has the right amount of funny that kept my eyes on the TV the whole time and my mouth wide open with laughter, and it seems many people forget that sometimes that's all we need from a movie to truly love and enjoy it." Simply put, the critics were wrong about this one.

Drop Dead Gorgeous misses the mark according to critics, but we think it's dark humor at its finest

"Drop Dead Gorgeous" is a 1999 mockumentary starring Kirsten Dunst, Denise Richards, and Ellen Barkin, with other notable cast members like Amy Adams, Kirstie Alley, and Brittany Murphy. On top of having a great cast, "Drop Dead Gorgeous" is also just one of the most underrated comedies of all time. The movie itself is about a group of small-town girls competing in a beauty pageant, and though it sounds like a typical teen comedy, it's so much more than that. As Rebecca Nicholson wrote (per The Guardian), "It ["Drop Dead Gorgeous"] is unrestrained by decency. It is too dark to be cheerful, and too gleefully nihilistic to be glum. It is trashy, wonderful, endlessly quotable, and it was 20 years ahead of its time."

Yes, "Drop Dead Gorgeous" is biting and ahead of its time, but also hilarious and endlessly entertaining. One IMDb reviewer wrote, "This is probably one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. ... I own this one, and every time I watch it I find something else that makes me laugh." Though "Drop Dead Gorgeous" has a bit of a cult following now, it bombed at the box office when it was released and has a low 45% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. We think it's safe to say this movie deserves a much higher rating.

Vampires Suck is so bad it's good

Remember when "Twilight" was the biggest cultural phenomenon ever? Ah, good times. Well, 2010's "Vampires Suck" is a movie that capitalized on the popularity of "Twilight" by making a spoof of the beloved series. "Vampires Suck" goes quite literal with their parody, naming the main characters Becca, Edward, and Jacob, and basing the plot around a love triangle between Becca and vampire, Edward, and werewolf, Jacob. The movie makes fun of all the "Twilight" main characters and also throws in some pop culture jabs. Unfortunately, the comedy got a meager 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, making it a huge flop (or, in 2010 speak, an EPIC FAIL).

Listen, "Vampires Suck" is not a good movie. The jokes are low-brow; the acting is subpar at best. But the reason it's on this list is because it is so awful that it becomes funny. Yes, you will initially be groaning at how hard it's trying to be funny, but then something happens where it becomes so absurd that it is funny. So, all in all, we'd say it's worth watching.

Spice World is a must-watch for Spice Girls fans

"Spice World: The Movie" is a 1997 gem that stars, you guessed it, the revolutionary pop band the Spice Girls, who unquestioningly ruled the 1990's. In the movie, the girls are pretty much just vibing; they're performing, they spend a night in a haunted mansion, they meet some aliens...there's a lot going on. "Spice World" got a low 35% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics claiming the plot was nonexistent, and the girls' acting left a lot to be desired. One critic went as far to write, "As an example of pop-culture debris, Spice World is absolutely perfect. Without, of course, being any good" (via Rotten Tomatoes).

Despite the critical comments on the movie, we think it's fun, exciting, and most importantly: it's the Spice Girls! True, there's no discernable plot, but does there really need to be one when the Spice Girls are involved? On IMDb, one reviewer wrote, "Is it REALLY a 10/10 But for pure nostalgia, goofy fun, and to counteract the grouches who hate fun, I'm giving it a 10. Girl power, b*****s." Seconded.

Space Jam is awful, but it's also the best sports movie ever made

"Space Jam" is a 1996 kid's comedy that has a 43% on Rotten Tomatoes, and well, the rating kind of makes sense. "Space Jam" isn't going to be for everyone. But those who dare to watch will be rewarded with several scenes of Michael Jordan and various Looney Tunes playing basketball to defeat Danny DeVito's character, who is an evil alien businessman. Also, Bill Murray randomly is the hero of the movie, which is really strange, but undeniably part of "Space Jam"s captivating charm.

Critics claim the movie is essentially Michael Jordan promotion, and it very well may be. But it's also a fun, nostalgic favorite for many. One IMDb reviewer summed it up well, writing, "Space Jam is always nice, because there are few films that can merge reality with the animation. Moreover, the presence of a legend sports like Michael Jordan makes this movie a must for any basketball fan, also the film is full of quotations and sports references that make it a real gem."

Final Destination is corny, but it keeps you on the edge of your seat

A staple of early 2000's horror/thriller movies and part of a five-part series, "Final Destination" (2000) is about a group of teens who meet their ends in fated, ridiculous, gory ways. It's rare for a film's sequels to get better scores than the original, but that's the case with "Final Destination." The original has a 35% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, while the second has a 48% and the third has a 43%. But don't let the low rating on the first "Final Destination" scare you away: it's a suspenseful and "interesting combination of well-mounted horror flick and sheer campy experience" (per Rotten Tomatoes).

What makes this thriller worth watching is not just the fact that it keeps you on the edge of your seat, but that it's also funny at times – that's a hard line to toe. Film critic Roger Ebert said it best when he reviewed the movie, stating, "The movie is neither quite serious nor quite ironic; sometimes it's funny, but in a creepy way rather than in the breezier style of the 'Scream' movies."

The Mod Squad is unintentionally comedic gold

"The Mod Squad" has all the makings for a great film: the 1999 drama/thriller stars Claire Danes (queen of the '90s) as a problem teen, has a fun amateur-sleuths plotline, and is a reboot of the beloved '70s action series of the same name. However, something went really, really wrong with 1999's "Mod Squad." Something went so wrong, in fact, that it has a mere 3% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

However, not all is lost. Yes, the acting is bad, yes, there are about four hundred plot holes, and yes, the writing is also very bad. Where the joy comes in with "Mod Squad" is the moment you stop trying to take it seriously as a decent movie and just lean into how bad it is. One IMDb reviewer shares their thoughts on the movie: "Why are these kids running around the streets after some unknown enemy? Where are they? But, don't worry, after a while, you'll just stop caring."

Saw is a classic horror movie for a reason

It's truly shocking that "Saw" has such a mediocre Rotten Tomatoes score at 50%, since the horror flick made big waves when it came out. The movie centers around a sadistic killer named Jigsaw who forces his captives to solve incredibly difficult puzzles if they want to live. Critics called the movie "torture porn," claiming that its violence and gore were excessive and gratuitous. However, an IMDb reviewer notes that "Falsely categorized as "torture porn" (the violence and gore here are more in line with "Seven" than "Hostel"), this film was the first smart horror film of the 2000s. Intelligent horror fans not only got the blood they wanted, but a clever villain and a mystery to solve."

While we can't say that "Saw" is a cinematic masterpiece, it is a seriously twisted and thrilling horror film. People who don't like horror will definitely not like this one, but it is certainly a must-watch for any fans of the genre.

Empire Records is a little trite but very fun

"Empire Records," which has a criminal 31% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is a 1995 romcom/drama starring Liv Tyler and Renee Zellweger. On top of the star-studded cast, "Empire Records" has a chaotic but very entertaining plot: a group of music-loving teens works for a record store that's devastatingly close to going out of business. After one employee unsuccessfully gambles away the manager's money in an attempt to save the store, everyone is scrambling to figure out how to keep the place up and running.

The movie also has some funny, cringey subplots, frenemies-turned-friends tropes, and a whole lot of teen angst. But what really makes this movie shine is the iconic soundtrack; one would hope that a movie taking place in a record store would have a good soundtrack, and "Empire Records" does not disappoint. One Letterboxd reviewer wrote, "This is just such a joy to watch. One of those films you watch and then want to live. Feel like this could have an extended cut that's just more scenes of the characters going back and forth about nothing and I would like it even more."

Cruel Intentions has a so-so script but is still a good movie

There are few movies like 1999's "Cruel Intentions," which somehow manages to be both a teen trainwreck and a witty and incisive drama. This twisted movie centers around rich teens with a lot of deviousness and sexual tension. This is definitely not a movie to watch with your parents, but it is a fun, unique 1990s gem with some incredible one-liners.

The movie has a 54% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and #haters of the movie say that it has an "uninspired script" and "uneven performances" by the actors. These things may be true, but they don't take away from the fact that the movie is engaging, witty, seductive – and has a great soundtrack. Renowned film critic Roger Ebert even called the movie "smart and merciless." One Letterboxd reviewer described "Cruel Intentions" as follows: "half the budget going to bitter sweet symphony? really iconic. this cast? really iconic. [This movie] gave birth to private school rich-girl tropes and not many can touch her!" We have to agree.

Jennifer's Body is a misunderstood cult classic

Look, if you didn't like Jennifer's Body, it's because you didn't get it. The 2009 horror/comedy has a painful 46% on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics claiming the movie never gains momentum and that it's nothing more than a few clever one-liners. But "Jennifer's Body," which stars Megan Fox as a demonic man-eating cheerleader and Amanda Seyfried as her nerdy best friend, is more than just a trashy comedy.

A movie that will one day be taught "at the intersections of cinema studies, film theory, and women's studies," (per Horror Geek Life) "Jennifer's Body" urges viewers to consider the repercussions of abuse and what it means to reclaim power. Maybe it was just too ahead of its time when it came out, but now, the film feels more relevant than ever. Refinery 29 said of the movie, "Viewing the film nearly a decade after its release feels like experiencing the beginning of something that hadn't quite taken form yet. Thematically, it hits on so many of the issues women in Hollywood are talking about in the aftermath of #MeToo and Times Up that I find it hard to believe it would have been as critically panned today."

Baywatch is exactly what you'd expect

"Baywatch" is a 2017 movie reboot of the infamous 1990's TV show of the same name, which was known more for its scantily-clad lifeguards than pretty much anything else. To understand 2017's "Baywatch," you have to first understand the original series, which was chock-full of "so many bouncing bodies, so many robotically delivered lines, so many animatronic sharks" (via The Atlantic). So, it's only natural that the reboot is also kind of bad, with a so-so script and an unbelievable plot.

But you're not watching "Baywatch" for the script or the plot. You're watching for abs, bikinis, and some action-y fun. One Rotten Tomatoes critic praised the movie, writing: "It's not a well-crafted movie but what it does is provide some goofy fun and allows the viewer to suspend brain activity for a few hours, and that's just fine by me sometimes." We're not saying "Baywatch" is an incredible film, but we don't think it deserves a measly 17% Rotten Tomatoes rating. Anything with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson deserves more than that.

Christmas with the Kranks is fun if you don't take it too seriously

Apparently, a lot of people hate the 2004 holiday comedy "Christmas with the Kranks." The movie has a tragic 5% on Rotten Tomatoes, with one critic stating, "This exhausting parade of white people's Christmas problems offers only banality, blandness, and the most desperately unfunny sitcom hijinks imaginable." And, okay, we get it—the movie gets a little cliché at times as the main characters bounce between a Grinch-y hatred of Christmas and an obsession with maintaining the holiday spirit.

But it's not all bad, especially if you take it at face value as a lighthearted and silly Christmas movie. One IMDb reviewer wrote, ""Christmas with the Kranks" has a lot of funny moments as it builds towards its emotional payoff. "Christmas with the Kranks" may never become a Christmas classic but it hits the spot when I want to watch a Christmas comedy." Overall, we'd say this one is worth watching – just maybe not every Christmas.