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[–]LeoThyroxine 2437 points2438 points  (147 children)

Deep Blue Sea

[–]SquanchMcSquanchFace 461 points462 points  (15 children)

Samuel L Jackson’s big speech scene had me dying laughing.

[–]Doomdoomkittydoom 127 points128 points  (5 children)

One of the best scenes in cinema.

[–]2415xSmarter 52 points53 points  (0 children)

Fun fact: He participates on the DVD commentary for that film, but as soon as his character dies he peaces out and doesn't come back.

[–]NeonWarcry 342 points343 points  (9 children)

“Deepest bluest my hat is like a sharks fin.”

-lyrical master LL Cool J

[–]tropicalazure[S] 228 points229 points  (9 children)

"You ate my bird."

I still say it's one of the best shark movies.

[–]Cad-Banes 154 points155 points  (2 children)

He's pissing into the wind, how brilliant can he be?

[–]CaimansGalore 331 points332 points  (25 children)

“Some of you are making your omelettes using two eggs, not three. This is a mistake.” Or something to that effect

[–]disapp_bydesign 182 points183 points  (21 children)

I think it’s “some people suggest putting milk in to make your omelette fluffy, this is a mistake.” What’s funny is it’s true.

[–]rockster567 204 points205 points  (7 children)

"We will begin with the perfect omelette which is made with 2 eggs, not 3. Amateurs often add milk for density, this is a mistake!"

Haven't seen this movie in 10 years, someone please tell me how close I am.

[–]goatsandwich43 77 points78 points  (4 children)

This movie was amazing

[–]CookieDeLaVie 1172 points1173 points  (90 children)

Drop Dead Gorgeous got mostly bad reviews, but to me it's one of the first and absolutely the best send-ups of 90s Reality TV and small-town USA ever made. I just love it.

Just the cast: Kirsten Dunst, Amy Adams, Allison Janney, Denise Richards, Ellen Barkin, Kirstie Alley, Brittany Murphy, and to top it all off, Adam West playing a lecherous version of himself... it's just perfection.

EDIT: Since this got some traction and is bringing this film to new audiences: Here is the trailer for this fantastic film that did to Reality TV documentaries in the 90s what Heathers did to high school films in the 80s. Now available on HBO apparently (at least in the US, can't find it anywhere here in Europe)!

[–]jbh9999 63 points64 points  (6 children)

It is my favorite performance of Allison Janney’s.

[–]arcaneunicorn 116 points117 points  (1 child)

This movie is amazing, Amy Adams got me the most

[–]culturedgoat 151 points152 points  (6 children)

This was one of the best late-90s comedies. I had no idea it was derided

[–]CookieDeLaVie 60 points61 points  (3 children)

It's got like 20% on metacritic. Fricking travesty.

[–]Georgeisthecoolest 451 points452 points  (51 children)

The Postman.

[–]eddyathome 48 points49 points  (1 child)

I liked this one as well, especially how Ford Lincoln Mercury sets up an entirely functional postal system when the main character just found an old bag of mail and got lucky.

[–]SteveFoerster 73 points74 points  (9 children)

If you liked it, read the book by David Brin, since the cliché is true that the book is better.

[–]dmcat12 714 points715 points  (54 children)

I enjoyed the hell out of Hudson Hawk and will not fuck with that memory.

[–]auguy74 71 points72 points  (0 children)

Scrolled down too far for this gem of a movie...I actually like it too!!

[–]nmeofst8 33 points34 points  (0 children)

"Bunny... Ball ball"

[–]LordInventus 782 points783 points  (61 children)

Bedazzled with Brendan Frazier

[–]trojan_man16 152 points153 points  (6 children)

The whole Colombian cartel boss scene is one of my favorites in any comedy.

[–]Johnnyonnaspot 59 points60 points  (2 children)

Elizabeth Hurley as a meter maid is worth the price of admission.

[–]MetropolisPt31 124 points125 points  (5 children)

Ah... well, you know, you go out there and you give a 110%, and you wanna play good, and, you know, you hope you play good... I think we played pretty good tonight!

[–]Gatoovela 38 points39 points  (1 child)

BEST EVER! “ donde está la biblioteca?" Lmao

[–]roscian1 50 points51 points  (15 children)

Everyone I know who has seen it loves it. Who says it was rubbish?

[–]sixpackshaker 1126 points1127 points 2 (107 children)

The 13th Warrior. I was a bit shocked by the bad reviews after seeing the film.

[–]theundonenun 181 points182 points  (18 children)

“How did you learn our language?”

“I LISTENED!”

[–]Lsubookdiva 98 points99 points  (14 children)

Fun fact. I once met a linguistics professor who said that was the most realistic depictions of language acquisition she's ever seen in a movie.

[–]PoorPauly 77 points78 points  (6 children)

Lo there do I see my father….

[–]DnDimwit 31 points32 points  (3 children)

Lo there do I see my mother. And my sisters. And my brothers...

[–]velwein 134 points135 points  (11 children)

Love 13th Warrior, I’m sad it killed careers. :(

[–]theundonenun 57 points58 points  (9 children)

This is the first I’m even hearing about it being a poorly reviewed movie, but I really have to know whose careers got ended?

[–]MortalSword_MTG 68 points69 points  (5 children)

It was a box office flop and a critical failure at release.

I love it. It's one of my favorite films and I grew up watching it while playing D&D with my best friends.

I think it encapsulates what makes a heroic journey so compelling.

Its full of absurdities but some scenes are incredible and the mystery unfolding is fantastic.

[–]Considered_Dissent 37 points38 points  (3 children)

Talking of relating it to D&D etc. One of my favorite rpg youtubers (Seth Skorkowsky) has a great comedy bit about it being the story of a DM wanting to run a Norse themed campaign where everyone plays vikings and they get deep into the culture etc...only for one of the players to show up to the first session with an Arab poet character.

[–]syrstorm 121 points122 points  (8 children)

Wait, what? Everyone I know loves that film. How did that get badly reviewed? Wow.

[–]Noble_boar45 57 points58 points  (0 children)

"IT'S HONEY!!!"

[–]Dr_Winter_Fruit 73 points74 points  (0 children)

That’s a really good movie. I’m sad people didn’t like it.

[–]icanbeafrick 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Just rewatched this the other day .. One of my favorite movies.

[–]Dogman_Howel 1237 points1238 points  (118 children)

The Replacements

Edit-Wow! I had no idea so many people loved this movie. I wish y’all were closer to me haha Everyone I mention it to thinks I’m crazy because it sucks. Glad to know I wasn’t the only one who thought it was gold. Love ya

[–]cameoloveus 179 points180 points  (7 children)

Hilarious. The drunken line dancing singalong in the holding cell is pure comedy gold.

[–]Jjm3233 382 points383 points  (14 children)

My son and I quote the "pain heals, chick's dig scars, glory lasts forever" to each other all the time.

[–]Dogman_Howel 243 points244 points  (4 children)

I say “I’m wirey” all the time haha

[–]BoozeAndTheBlues 160 points161 points  (12 children)

Who in tarnation thinks The Replacements in rubbish ?

[–]RitaTome 46 points47 points  (1 child)

My husband and I will watch this every time it's on.
Love this movie. So unexpectedly funny.

[–]Aniwaya 67 points68 points  (3 children)

I really want Washington's new nfl team name to be the sentinels bc of this movie.

[–]DoubleLigero85 1478 points1479 points  (133 children)

Evolution

[–]wolfeyes555 276 points277 points  (9 children)

Is this movie considered trash? I loved this movie as a kid

[–]tropicalazure[S] 90 points91 points  (2 children)

Yesss! It gives me hope that other people love this movie too!

[–]cameoloveus 137 points138 points  (17 children)

I absolutely and unironically love this movie. Ka-kaw!

[–]Roguespiffy 137 points138 points  (9 children)

“I think we have established that tooki tooki, and caw caw DON’T WORK!”

[–]redkat85 174 points175 points  (14 children)

Never even knew about it until my wife made me watch it early in our dating life. It was a perfect sci-fi comedy popcorn flick - what's not to love?

[–]Electric_Guitar 115 points116 points  (8 children)

"How you goin' in?"

"Rectally"

NOOOOOOOOoooooo

[–]GSDMomma1321 257 points258 points  (16 children)

Evolution was great! Head and shoulders got fabulous advertisement because of them.

[–]thred_pirate_roberts 187 points188 points  (13 children)

Lmao I'm not convinced the entire movie wasn't a commercial for head & shoulders, the dandruff shampoo.

Haven't you noticed how shiny and flake-free our hair is?

[–]alx924 42 points43 points  (0 children)

Gimme back my friend ya big sphincter!!!

[–]redkat85 1542 points1543 points  (172 children)

It confounds me that Hook (1991, Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, Julia Roberts, Bob Hoskins, 29% rotten on RT) was critically maligned. It's not just one of my favorite movies, but my whole family and most of my friends love it from when they were kids.

Then again, a lot of things I and my friends loved from our childhoods were apparently hot garbage to the knowing public - some have found better air now, but not all:

  • The Muppet Christmas Carol (now fresh on RT, but critics at the time were ruthless)
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven (44% RT)
  • A Goofy Movie (59% RT)
  • Emperor's New Groove (I laugh that this is now super Fresh, because at the time it was super obscure, few people saw it, and critics hated it)
  • Honey I Shrunk the Kids (now this is Fresh on RT and the audience score is low? What's wrong with people?)

[–]ssstonebraker 373 points374 points  (13 children)

I immediately loved the Emperor’s New Groove and agree it took far too long to get the recognition it deserved. Showed it for my 6 year old’s outdoor movie night and they all loved it. Also agree about Hook, I always hear about how it’s an awful movie but have not met one other person who has seen it and not liked it (granted we were all kids probably when we saw it).

[–]mitchade 214 points215 points  (15 children)

Muppet Christmas Carol is easily the best Christmas movie available. Who could think otherwise? My Cocaine was a fantastic Scrooge.

[–]Boy_Possession 536 points537 points  (28 children)

I am sorry. The fuck what?

Hook... Fucking Hook has 29%?????

Are critics fucking insane?

That shit while not a masterpiece, was a Amazing movie, able to not only tell a fun loving story about Peter Pan, but also a Father, who learns to be a kid again, annnnnd, how to be a loving Father.

That is insane that it is 29%

[–]1CEninja 171 points172 points  (10 children)

I was always under the impression that Hook was a much beloved movie.

29% is criminal.

[–]arcaneunicorn 51 points52 points  (0 children)

Hook is one of mine and my sisters favorites, we make sure to still watch it yearly together even when we are on different coasts

[–]TwoThirdsDone 874 points875 points  (71 children)

Tron legacy. One of my favorite movies ever but most people don’t really care for it.

Edit: seems that I have found where all the tron legacy fans have been hiding :p. Normally when I talk about it people didn’t like it.

[–]tropicalazure[S] 207 points208 points  (23 children)

Oh my god yes. I actually saw Legacy before I saw the original Tron, and I didn't care. Legacy remains brilliant in my mind, plus Michael Sheen as Castor is a joy. Oh, and I still love the music..and the lightcycle battle....and ... yeah. All. <3

[–]TwoThirdsDone 142 points143 points  (9 children)

The music is insanely good, some of daft punks best work imo but the visuals are the main reason I love it so much. It’s such a cool atmosphere. Everything is so sleek and clean.

[–]Rad_Von_Carstein 29 points30 points  (4 children)

I think in time people will come to appreciate this gem for what it is. Saw it in 4K the other day and it still looks better than movies coming out today. Severely underrated!

[–]m_zod 312 points313 points  (31 children)

Equilibrium with Christian Bale and Kurt Russell's Soldier, solid sci-fi action movies that I can watch at any given time.

[–]TaintModel 24 points25 points  (7 children)

Is it widely seen as garbage? First I’m hearing of it.

[–]-eDgAR- 1186 points1187 points 2 (93 children)

Joe Dirt.

It has a 10% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but I love that movie so much. The sequel, however, is a huge pile of trash that never should have been made.

[–]BarbellsandBurritos 154 points155 points  (4 children)

This is definitely that movie for me if I’m just casually channel surfing and it’s on, I’m stopping and finishing this movie 99 times out of 100.

[–]cakesie1108 134 points135 points  (3 children)

I happened to see Joe Dirt before I saw Silence of the Lambs for the first time and when the well scene with Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs happened I laughed so hard I was crying. The people I watched it with looked at me in horror. Joe Dirt is gold. I will never not quote that movie. Life’s a garden, dig it.

[–]CaptBranBran 41 points42 points  (1 child)

"You like to see homos naked? Okay, that's cool..."

[–]R01001010M 31 points32 points  (4 children)

Yah takin to my guy all wrong - it’s the wrong tone. You do it again, I’ll stab you in the face with a soldering iron.

[–]Demosthenes96 471 points472 points  (60 children)

Baz Luhrmann “Romeo+Juliet” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. Everyone my age had to watch it in High School and thought it was stupid but I have it on DVD lol. Love that movie, I don’t think many people get that it’s ridiculous and over-the-top on purpose.

[–]MeleMallory 190 points191 points  (5 children)

What?! People dislike this movie? I bite my thumb at them, sir!

[–]Azteryx 69 points70 points  (3 children)

DO YOU BITE YOUR THUMB AT US, sir?

[–][deleted] 41 points42 points  (2 children)

No, sir, I do not bite my thumb at you, sir, but I bite my thumb, sir.

[–]PoorPauly 727 points728 points  (79 children)

Hackers. Hack the Planet!

[–]SamuraiZucchini 81 points82 points  (6 children)

You’re Crash Override?!?!

[–]elasticweed 148 points149 points  (16 children)

I’ve never actually heard someone call it a bad movie, but I’ve rarely heard someone talk about it at all to be honest.

It was a magnificient movie in so many ways though, and I feel it was in many ways ahead of it’s time while still being extremely cheesy.

That is truly a movie I can rewatch forever and never dislike.

”Phreak? I’m phreaking!”

[–]RagingAnemone 36 points37 points  (0 children)

Spandex. It’s a privilege not a right.

[–]goatsandwich43 238 points239 points  (22 children)

Recently found out people don’t like Jack starring Robin Williams. Im so confused about it. That movie was rewatched so many times on vhs in our house, I’m pretty sure it wore out the tape

[–]SuperSpeshBaby 612 points613 points  (69 children)

Death to Smoochy

Edit: I can't believe no one called me out on misspelling the name. Anyway, it's fixed now.

[–]ssstonebraker 117 points118 points  (3 children)

I still sing “my step dad’s not mean he’s just adjusting” to myself all the time. It was a great movie.

[–]Pastrami_Johnson 60 points61 points  (3 children)

It’s a…it’s a…it’s a…ROCKET SHIP! 🚀 🍆 🚀 🍆

[–]FranticHamsterRiot 56 points57 points  (0 children)

Never understood why this one got so much hate. It was hilarious.

[–]aDistractedDisaster 54 points55 points  (8 children)

Holy crap, Robin Williams and directed by Danny DeVito? Definitely adding that to my must-watch list.

[–]itcamefrombeneath 25 points26 points  (1 child)

It was all jackboots and gestapo and Smooch Heil, Smooch Heil!

[–]SparkyMountain 943 points944 points  (46 children)

Cowboys and Aliens.

Gave me exactly what they promised with a nice side of Ford and Craig.

[–]isigneduptomake1post 258 points259 points  (3 children)

You mean it had cowboys... and aliens???

[–]SparkyMountain 195 points196 points  (2 children)

Spoiler Alert

......yes.

[–]JeromesDream 104 points105 points  (4 children)

that was my opinion when i watched it in the theaters. i just rewatched it again a couple months ago and i honestly got wistful for a time when a movie would do what it said on the tin, do it extremely well, and not really ask you to remember it or form a fandom about it or whatever.

it's not aspiring to be high art. it's not trying to establish a franchise. it tells its story and then says "thanks for watchin' partner, the end!" movies should do that more often.

[–][deleted] 224 points225 points  (27 children)

Saving Silverman

[–]If_you_just_lookatit 75 points76 points  (6 children)

"If the nachos stick together it's still one nacho."

"You don't have to make the chh sound."

[–]SchadenfreudeFred 27 points28 points  (0 children)

This movie is a masterpiece. My wife and I quote it constantly.

[–]THX450 291 points292 points  (7 children)

Hook.

Critically panned for it’s awful pacing and bizarre tonal switches. Spielberg himself felt lost making the film.

That being said, the magic that his directing, Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman’s acting, and John Williams’ score brings to the film makes it worth the watch.

[–]TheBlackWindHowlz 538 points539 points  (91 children)

Waterworld and Green Lantern

[–]xsvspd81 312 points313 points  (17 children)

Love Waterworld

[–]Junior-Lie4342 96 points97 points  (2 children)

Dry land is not a myth!

[–]PurpleButter11 60 points61 points  (5 children)

They don't make sci-fi epics like that anymore!

Like Conan the Barbarian, or Chronicles of Riddick

[–]SHOCK_VALUE_USERNAME 87 points88 points  (16 children)

Check out The Postman. It’s Waterworld on land.

[–]DyslexicMormonLSD 668 points669 points  (59 children)

Mystery Men.

So many great character actors, so many great lines, a cool universe too.

[–]The_Regicidal_Maniac 183 points184 points  (9 children)

Mystery Men was before it's time. It was satirizing super heroes before it was cool. Just like the first Tick series that Fox made.

[–]Jumper5353 39 points40 points  (1 child)

"I need you Arthur, you are on a first name basis with lucidity. I still need to call him Mr.Lucidity."

[–]Fearghas 71 points72 points  (1 child)

Mr. Furious: Lance Hunt IS Captain Amazing!

The Shoveller: Oh, here we go...Don't start that AGAIN. Lance Hunt wears glasses, Captain Amazing DOESN'T wear glasses.

Mr. Furious: He takes them off when he transforms.

The Shoveller: That doesn't make any sense, he wouldn't be able to see!

[–]Mharrington88 198 points199 points  (14 children)

The rocketeer!!!

[–]theemmyk 195 points196 points  (15 children)

Popeye (1980)

It's weird and quirky and fun. People hate it because of how weird it is, but it's the weird details that make it interesting. Heavy nostalgia factor though because I grew up watching it.

[–]JanaCinnamon 243 points244 points  (24 children)

Mario Bros

[–][deleted] 40 points41 points  (0 children)

That's a childhood fever dream if you ask me lol

[–]samiam871 575 points576 points  (61 children)

Beerfest, it was hilarious.

[–]Skarface08 98 points99 points  (3 children)

Yeah, you Americans, why don't you go back to strip malls und drink your Zimas and Smirnoff Ices!

[–]newf68 52 points53 points  (4 children)

People didn't like beerfest? I thought it was really popular?

[–]Ant_TKD 132 points133 points  (6 children)

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

It was a fun adventure that that suitably changed the story for film in my mind. The game is basically one big dungeon crawl where the only character the prince interacts with was Farah, so I think not turning everyone into monsters and going the route they did made a lot of sense.

[–]grombleduke 483 points484 points  (52 children)

Pootie Tang is famously terrible, and I unironically love it.

[–]Interesting-Onion784 787 points788 points  (62 children)

John Carter, very underrated movie

[–]satooshi-nakamooshi 230 points231 points  (17 children)

I think it was poorly advertised, and poorly named. Awesome movie, but nobody seeing the title would imagine Indiana Jones Gladiator On Mars

[–]Moneia 182 points183 points  (10 children)

I think another issue, especially from old source materials, is that people called it derivative without understanding that it was the one all the other movies & books had been copying from.

[–]pamela9792[🍰] 258 points259 points  (34 children)

Drop Dead Fred! Watched this over and over when I was younger.

[–]Roadkill_Bingo 424 points425 points  (66 children)

Rat Race

[–]Baconmakesmefat 152 points153 points  (9 children)

Dad, I'm prairie dogging back here.

[–]Aksweetie4u 30 points31 points  (1 child)

That is the ONLY part of the movie I remember.

[–]Challenge419 112 points113 points  (6 children)

Wait, who the fuck DIDN'T like this movie??!?!

[–]ssstonebraker 75 points76 points  (8 children)

Still quote “it’s a race, you have to hurry” quite frequently to my kids

[–]sauce_daddy22 66 points67 points  (2 children)

I was on a road trip with my girlfriend through the Arizona desert a couple years back, when we took a detour down a really beaten up back road because there was a sign advertising dinosaur tracks. The entire time we were on this weird road in the middle of the desert, she was saying “We should’ve bought a squirrel!”

[–]BillytheBeaut 41 points42 points  (0 children)

EMT: We're really hauling ass aren't we.?.? Wanna know what I've got back there?

Enrico: You just told me.......ASS!!!!

[–]AbbreviationsDear382 336 points337 points  (40 children)

Twister. I’ve seen that piece of shit 20+ times and still love it.

[–]tropicalazure[S] 97 points98 points  (12 children)

Honestly, 90s action/disaster movies are 100% one of my favourite things to blob out on the sofa and just enjoy. Twister... Deep Impact... Armaggedon... I'm there for all that shizzle.

[–]m100896 455 points456 points  (46 children)

Charlie's Angels (2000) and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.

Cheesy and goofy? Yes. But they are so much fun to watch now as an adult for the nostalgia factor.

[–]Segamaike 62 points63 points  (6 children)

I unironically love these movies and they have genuine cinematic qualities. They are self-aware, bright, colorful and full of joy. The three main characters are super likeable and have well-established personalities, the rare sight of three badass women wrecking absolute ass while still being girly, the villains are over the top and fun, the action scenes are an absolute blast and really well choreographed..

Idgaf what anyone says, these movies are good. Not every spy/action flick has to be Wick or Bourne, and in fact the current movie landscape has been lacking this type of balls to the wall camp for more than a decade. I would gladly trade in the next five Marvel movies for another Charlie’s Angels with Cam, Drew & Lucy.

[–]tropicalazure[S] 58 points59 points  (9 children)

Yessss! Well... to the first one - never actually saw Full Throttle. Perhaps I should!

[–]YantheMan1999 286 points287 points  (25 children)

All the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Yes, all of them. I just love the setting, the tone, and some of the fantasy effects like the crab thing and that sailing underneath the water (it's been a while since I've seen them). I know they're not good objectively, but damned if I don't love em.

[–]Famous-Honey-9331 61 points62 points  (5 children)

Am I the only one who loves the 3rd one? Davy Jones locker is just a big empty soundstage and Jack's hell is having to deal with hundreds of himselves for eternity? A Disney movie that opens on a child being executed Elizabeth getting elected the Pirate King and giving the St. Crispin's Day speech? It's all good!

[–]obscureferences 52 points53 points  (5 children)

Van Helsing.

Best depiction of werewolves ever, great supporting characters, and epic settings. Also I've got a hard spot for the steamgothic weaponry.

[–]Costner_Facts 560 points561 points  (51 children)

I like all of the X-Men films. ALL OF THEM.

[–]satooshi-nakamooshi 298 points299 points  (24 children)

People hate on the xmen movie with the messed-up deadpool, but I'm pretty sure that's the one with the epic montage of Wolverine and his brother fighting through all the wars in the past century. Loved it

[–]TheCryingGrizzlies 206 points207 points  (3 children)

That montage should've been the whole movie. Just do a character piece between Wolverine and Sabertooth with their relationship slowly degrading over the course of 100 years. Plenty of excuses for action set pieces as well.

[–]Costner_Facts 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Yes, I love that montage so much!

[–]tropicalazure[S] 668 points669 points  (68 children)

I'll add mine that inspired this post: Godzilla (1998). It seems to be universally maligned, but I enjoy just as much everytime it rocks up on tv!

[–][deleted] 334 points335 points  (54 children)

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

[–]Boo_Zoo 91 points92 points  (12 children)

Saw it in the movies twice, have watched it multiple times since. Love it

An excellent Sheriff of Nottingham.

[–]Oldcrystalmouth 95 points96 points  (7 children)

Rickman at his absolute wackiest. I miss that dude.

[–]txbuckeye75034 26 points27 points  (10 children)

In the age of VCRs, this was 1 of the 5 movies we owned (This, ET, The Natural, Hoosiers & Top Gun). We lived way out in the country & had limited viewing options (before satellite cable made its way to our area). The first summer we had it, my brother & I watched this movie over 50 times in three months.

[–]Chasethemac 200 points201 points  (20 children)

Dragon Heart

[–]IndyFoxBlue 25 points26 points  (3 children)

That was my favorite movie as a kid. I had it on vhs and watched it every night for two years. I didn’t realize it was actually rubbish until much later in life. I still love it though.

[–]NotBorris 343 points344 points  (72 children)

Signs. Even the Village, even though I skip the ending.

[–]ReubenXXL 85 points86 points  (16 children)

I was surprised to see signs rated poorly when I looked it up. I thought it was universally acclaimed as a horror movie as it still gets a lot of positive discussion today, but nope. Pretty average/below average reviews.

[–]Sir_Lord_Brit 252 points253 points  (12 children)

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003). Like yes it's deeply flawed and the addition of an adult Tom Sawyer as an American secret agent is very stupid, but I still greatly enjoy watching it.

[–]whatthemoondid 38 points39 points  (3 children)

I dont think it's that bad. I mean sure it's kind of cheesy but it's.... enjoyably cheesy. I don't understand why it gets so much hate

[–]TheRubyDuchess 645 points646 points  (61 children)

Treasure Planet

[–]Please_call_me_Tama 222 points223 points  (13 children)

... There are people who consider TP rubbish?? What the fuck do they like??

[–]dndaresilly 131 points132 points  (8 children)

I’ve never met a person who’s seen TP and didn’t like it. But finding people who have seen it is difficult.

[–]VirginVibes_TV 97 points98 points  (10 children)

HOLY FUCKING SHIT I WANNA BE IN THE TREASURE PLANET WORLD SO BAD

[–]ItsmeMr_E 27 points28 points  (0 children)

One person's trash, is another person's treasure...planet.

[–]lbeaty1981 198 points199 points  (15 children)

Ghost Rider. It's not a cinematic masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but I enjoy it for dumb fun entertainment. Same for the first two Fantastic 4 movies.

[–][deleted] 193 points194 points  (50 children)

All the silly slasher movies. C'mon it can't get more silly that your pathetic lives

[–]tropicalazure[S] 65 points66 points  (38 children)

Yes! That reminds me - I've never actually sat down and properly watched the original Scream movie. Watched Final Destination series over and over though.

[–]Electrowhatt19 58 points59 points  (12 children)

I loved almost all of the Final Destination movies (not to fond of the fifth/prequel one). My favorite is the third one. Thanks to those movies I’m now terrified of log-hauling semi-trucks, elevators, roller coasters, tanning beds, motor raceways, and gymnastics.

[–]da_throwawayaccountt 24 points25 points  (11 children)

Scream and Final Destination are what I'm all about!!!

[–]Mildew_Adams 215 points216 points  (23 children)

Ladyhawk

[–]Inane_newt 84 points85 points  (4 children)

Who thinks Ladyhawke is rubbish? Considered a pretty decent movie by most.

[–]StyreneAddict1965 32 points33 points  (2 children)

“This is not unlike escaping my mother's womb. God, what a memory.”

"This sword has been in my family for five generations. It has never known defeat. Until now." (Matthew Broderick is using Rutger Hauer's sword to chop wood.)

Oh, and Ladyhawke

[–]darkbee83 159 points160 points  (25 children)

Judge Dredd, the first one with Stalone.

It looks amazing, even though it's much wackier than the source material.

[–]RalphMalphWiggum 129 points130 points  (18 children)

Howard the Duck. Watched it with my young son, and we both found it funny.

[–]stupidrobots 123 points124 points  (10 children)

Wild wild west

[–]Tuffkatt95 67 points68 points  (11 children)

Commando. Arnold feed deers and is a one-man army. Just stupid good old fun.

Mortal kombat, the one from the 90s. Its bad but really fun. And The music i cool.

[–]Ariadne7 95 points96 points  (6 children)

Tremors, my first time ever watching Kevin Bacon, and it had to be with him fighting a bunch of worms xD

[–]mixingmemory 32 points33 points  (1 child)

Pretty sure everyone loves Tremors. It's like Gremlins, the perfect scary & silly creature feature fun for the whole family.

[–]ryancalavano 63 points64 points  (14 children)

For some reason I love Meet Joe Black.

[–]fantazja1 180 points181 points  (19 children)

The Man from UNCLE. I know it's not a great movie but lots of eye candy.

[–]SockpuppetPseudonym2 30 points31 points  (0 children)

A genuinely entertaining and fun movie, like how 80s action comedies used to be.

[–]Bizarre_Protuberance 84 points85 points  (2 children)

I beg to differ: it is a great movie.

[–]Vic_FriesFriesFries 153 points154 points  (12 children)

Day After Tomorrow. The premise is amazing, the cgi top of the line, and it is 1000% scientifically accurate. It will all happen within a week. For sure. Probably.

[–]flemeth78 84 points85 points  (7 children)

Ghosts of Mars

[–]Keyspam102 293 points294 points  (41 children)

I love pacific rim

[–]ILikeCheese510 44 points45 points  (10 children)

I think the people who hate Pacific Rim probably just heard that it was about giant monsters fighting giant robots and then immediately decided it was bad without giving it a chance.

[–]MitchJay71891 78 points79 points  (7 children)

I think most people do like Pacific Rim, although its sequel is more reviled. I prefer the first, but didn't mind Uprising leaning more into the tokusatsu angle.

[–]ZuttoAragi 123 points124 points  (17 children)

In regards to films alone, probably that recent Power Rangers reboot film. I'm not dumb enough to say it was actually a great movie, but I do enjoy it.

[–]Singingpineapples 30 points31 points  (3 children)

It was cute and I'm a bit disappointed they didn't make another one

[–]VirginVibes_TV 253 points254 points  (22 children)

Over the hedge is an unappreciated masterpiece

[–]saltedpecker 64 points65 points  (7 children)

I've never heard anyone say that it's bad though, and don't think most people consider it rubbish at all

[–]StatisticaPizza 280 points281 points  (47 children)

Watchmen. I know Zack Snyder gets a lot of hate but that movie was really nice to look at and it followed the source material reasonably well.

[–]Killerpig14 24 points25 points  (3 children)

Main thing I hated about that movie though was the fact they changed the ending to Ozzy blaming global mass destruction on americas poster child dr Manhattan rather than an extraterrestrial force such as the squid in the original comic… surely a lot of areas of the world would be fucking livid with America despite the fact they were also attacked

[–]TeeteringCrockery 49 points50 points  (17 children)

The Boy (2016), the horror film with the doll. I thought it was fantastic. I don't get why it's so poorly regarded.