Rotten Tomatoes Worst Of The Worst That I Actually Kind Of Liked

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

I was talking with a friend a few days ago and asked the question of movies that kind of sucked but that they really couldn't help but liking, and I thought to myself (as I was asked the question back) that I really need a measuring stick of what is considered a bad movie (because I think many films have redeeming qualities).

So I've decided to go on out to the Rotten Tomatoes list of the Worst Of The Worst from 2000-2009 and post up a few films on that list that apparently I didn't think were actually that bad.

Judge me all you'd like. Make your assumptions. But remember:

Everyone is beautiful in their own way.


Honestly, I kind of blame k-drama that I liked this movie, and I can't really even tell you the full storyline anymore, but I just remember that I kind of have a fond place for it in my heart because after I got done watching it I said to myself "I don't think it sucks that bad."

Good Luck Chuck

I just think there're a lot of people who are a little jealous of Jessica Alba and that's really all I want to say about this specific choice.

Code Name: The Cleaner

In all honesty, I can't remember one damn thing about this movie whatsoever. But I did watch it in full. And I did laugh. And I don't think it could have been that bad could it have? I might have to watch this one again.

One Missed Call (Remake)

For the sake of argument, let's call my other picks iffy. I'm not backing down on this one, because this remake wasn't actually that bad and I don't understand why it gets such a bad rap. Watch the original of this and the original The Eye, and then watch each of the remakes - and while I have to give something (if only because "Glitter" is on this list) - in the world of remakes - this one wins.