1. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
Sure, it got some unfavorable critiques, but this movie taught us the importance of keeping the laces out. And that wins out.
It doesn’t matter what people say, this is definitely the best of all movies named after board games.
3. Happy Gilmore
This was called “[A] one-joke Caddyshack for the blitzed and jaded” by Entertainment Weekly, but Caddyshack most certainly didn’t have Adam Sandler getting into a fight with Bob Barker.
4. Final Destination
This movie gave us so much. (Least of which is a Dance Moms commercial.)
6. Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny
Time Out said, “it’d be against the law for us to recommend this film.” But if you’ve never broken the law before, your life is pretty boring.
7. Snakes on a Plane
This movie delivered exactly what it promised.
8. The Wicker Man
“★★★★” — The Internet… but mostly because of all the bees.
9. Pootie Tang
Louis C.K. was making great things before he was making even greater things.
10. Wild Wild West
This is the only scene that’s not overloaded with steampunk.
11. Stuart Saves His Family
Just because it bombed doesn’t mean that it’s bad.
12. Don’t Be A Menace in South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
The Wayans Brothers for life.
Admit it: You own this VHS and are just as obsessed with it as everyone else.
14. Birdemic: Shock and Terror
When someone says “so bad it’s good,” they’re likely talking about Birdemic.
15. Hudson Hawk
People got upset because they thought they were going to see an action movie.