We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about films they adore, despite having low ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. Here are some of the highlights: 1. Not Another Teen Movie (2001) Columbia Pictures Tomatometer: 29%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's hilarious and charming in so many ways, yet I feel like every review I have seen for it is negative, SMH."—sophiarias 2. Baby Mama (2008) Universal Pictures Tomatometer: 64%Why it deserves a better rating: "I will go to my grave saying that Baby Mama is the BEST comedy. It’s Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, for goodness sake! I honestly watch this movie several times a year and something new always makes me laugh. I’ve never understood why the ratings for this movie were so low."—kaleep43bdb1b45 3. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) Walt Disney Pictures Tomatometer: 49%Why it deserves a better rating: "This movie was my childhood! It’s an incredibly unique and diverse Disney movie with great characters. Kida deserves to be a Disney princess damn it!"—cotton224 4. Raise Your Voice (2004) New Line Cinema Tomatometer: 15%Why it deserves a better rating: "I love that movie so much, and the fan score is WAY higher than the critics score because it is amazing. Hilary Duff was my idol when I was growing up; plus I love music and singing, so that movie was everything I could've wanted."—samantham46531ff01 5. White Chicks (2004) Columbia Pictures Tomatometer: 15%Why it deserves a better rating: "This is one of the best movies I have ever seen and it has a really low rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Oof!"—italialilani 6. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) Dreamworks Tomatometer: 66%Why it deserves a better rating: "It is, undeniably, one of the funniest and most iconic movies of all time."—ileen 7. Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat (2003) Universal Pictures Tomatometer: 9%Why it deserves a better rating: "Are you kidding me?!? That score is WAY too low. There were so many quotable moments!"—kerstint2 8. Catwoman (2004) Warner Bros. Pictures Tomatometer: 9%Why it deserves a better rating: "I loved that movie to death when I was younger because it was cool to see a black Catwoman. Yeah, it had a horrible plot and didn't make sense, but if it was better, then Halle Berry would've killed it. Plus, her outfit will always be one of my favorites."—cheeriohemmings 9. Hook (1991) TriStar Pictures Tomatometer: 26%Why it deserves a better rating: "That movie is such a classic. It's so witty and hilarious. After rewatching it as an adult, you realize how well-written it was and how many jokes went over our heads. I also think it's one of Robin Williams' best movies."—kholden16 10. Space Jam (1996) Warner Bros. Tomatometer: 43%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's a funny movie that took some of the best cartoon characters and paired them with Micheal Jordan and Bill Murray. It’s such a fun and nostalgic movie to watch."—kayoma18 11. Josie and the Pussycats (2001) Universal Pictures Tomatometer: 53%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's iconic and was way ahead of its time!"—rebeccaelizabethp2 12. Crossroads (2002) Paramount Pictures Tomatometer: 14%Why it deserves a better rating: "Crossroads with Britney Spears, Taryn Manning, and Zoe Saldana is currently rocking a 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, but I secretly love that movie! The music was great, and the storyline of best friends finding each other again was even better. It is the perfect early '00s MTV movie that all teen girls loved. I still love it all these years later!"—beccaf16 13. The Master of Disguise (2002) Columbia Pictures Tomatometer: 1%Why it deserves a better rating: "I dont know what it is about, but it cracks me up every time I watch it!"—amandas4168983ce 14. Chasing Liberty (2004) Warner Bros. Tomatometer: 18%Why it deserves a better rating: "One of my faves and always puts me in a good mood! Mandy Moore and Matthew Goode in a rom-com — what more could I ask for?" —simplydybest13 15. Due Date (2010) Warner Bros. Pictures Tomatometer: 40%Why it deserves a better rating: “Due Date with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis is absolutely hilarious. It’s utterly ridiculous, but the comedic dialogue is pure gold."—triciad4d14c2ede 16. Grown Ups (2010) Sony Pictures Tomatometer: 10%Why it deserves a better rating: "Sure it can be cheesy at times, but it really is a sweet, light-hearted, fun comedy!"—emilyr4ed2d368c 17. The Wedding Ringer (2015) Sony Screen Gems Tomatometer: 27%Why it deserves a better rating: "My dad and I absolutely LOVE this movie with Josh Gad and Kevin Hart. We quote it all the time to each other."—kbolton29 18. Bubble Boy (2001) Touchstone Pictures Tomatometer: 30%Why it deserves a better rating: "The rating is blasphemous! Baby Jake Gyllenhaal is a treasure as Jimmy. Swoosie Kurtz is absolutely hilarious as his religion-obsessed mother. Danny Trejo needs more comedic roles, and young Zach Galifianakis working the bus terminal is the best non-important character role ever. It's an endlessly quotable, fabulous movie that deserves all the stars."—michellecarpentierp 19. Drop Dead Fred (1991) New Line Cinema Tomatometer: 9%Why it deserves a better rating: "I saw it in the theater with a friend and I was the only one laughing. I now own it on DVD and it still makes me laugh. I've always loved Phoebe Cates. I'm not usually one for gross humor, but Rik Mayall was able to find the right balance for me."—boomin50 20. Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006) Universal Studios Tomatometer: 20%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's the best film in the franchise, IMO. We would watch all the Bring It On films the night before a cheer competition, and this was always our favorite. Did it win Oscars? No. Will it be on MTV at 10 p.m. on the first Saturday of every month? Highly likely. I still record it to watch hungover on Sunday." —sianyc93 21. Monster-in-Law (2005) New Line Cinema Tomatometer: 17%Why it deserves a better rating: "JLo vs. Jane Fonda? Yes, please! JF does not like JLo, who is newly engaged to JF’s son, so they try and make each other’s lives hell. It is HILARIOUS! This is a must."—mollyholmes325 22. The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (1998) Walt Disney Tomatometer: 43%Why it deserves a better rating: "I know it isn’t as good as the original, but unlike other Disney sequels, this had heart and effort put into it. Beautiful songs, good characters (both old and new), a fun twist on Romeo and Juliet, and a nice story with a heartwarming message behind it — why do the critics not like it?"—aidensmith 23. Get Smart (2008) Warner Bros. Pictures Tomatometer: 50%Why it deserves a better rating: "Probably one of the most-quoted movies in my family, but the Rotten Tomatoes score doesn't reflect that."—clairem4cbf2e006 24. A Goofy Movie (1995) Walt Disney Tomatometer: 44%Why it deserves a better rating: "Gosh, I loved that movie as a kid. I related to Max as a teen, and now I completely relate to Goofy. That's a movie that definitely related to all audiences at various life stages."—marisol 25. Norbit (2007) Dreamworks Tomatometer: 9%Why it deserves a better rating: "My 12-year-old self loved it and I'd be lying if I said I still didn't like it. It's so bad, but for whatever reason, it's hilarious."—charlottebaddersb 26. Polish Wedding (1998) Fox Searchlight Pictures Tomatometer: 42%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's a coming-of-age comedy and drama that centers around a Polish-American family. Claire Danes plays Gabriel Byrne's daughter who gets pregnant by a neighbor, who is a local police officer."—jennies4783ed5b8 27. Breakthrough (2019) Walt Disney Studios Tomatometer: 59%Why it deserves a better rating: "I thought it was a pretty good movie. It's based on the true story of a boy who fell in a frozen lake and survived."—google_113495385264595780498 28. Undrafted (2016) Vertical Entertainment Tomatometer: 14%Why it deserves a better rating: "It was a hilarious movie that takes place during a baseball game. Although I am disappointed in the rating, I can promise you that it’s a film you'll cry of laughter to with your best friends." —newtmasforever 29. Clifford (1994) MGM Tomatometer: 10%Why it deserves a better rating: "This movie was my childhood. The scene where he's being yelled at to look like a normal boy? Amazing! 'Shame on you, Stephen! Shame on your eyes!' All gold." —beewest 30. Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) New Line Cinema Tomatometer: 46%Why it deserves a better rating: "Its a mockumentary of a beauty pageant in the middle of dairy country. It's HILARIOUS and witty. It totally deserves a higher rating."—leighb4658080f4 31. Premonition (2007) Sony Tomatometer: 8%Why it deserves a better rating: "It’s such a good movie, but the rating doesn't match the quality of the film! How is that possible?!"—jodiem41674f44a 32. W./E. (2012) The Weinstein Company Tomatometer: 13%Why it deserves a better rating: "It was written and directed by Madonna. The story is compelling, the acting is so good, and the COSTUMES — OMG, the costumes! It received a lot of shit though, only because it's directed by Madonna."—annarosa 33. Super Mario Bros. (1993) Buena Vista Tomatometer: 23%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's known as a total flop, and everyone who worked on it knew that it would be, but it's a childhood classic to me! It also has a killer soundtrack."—vis441e792f7 34. Aliens in the Attic (2009) 20th Century Fox Tomatometer: 32%Why it deserves a better rating: "It's actually such a great movie! It's so stupid, but it’s also hilarious and iconic."—giraffeattacks 35. Little Nicky (2000) New Line Cinema Tomatometer: 22%Why it deserves a better rating: "It cracks me up every time I watch it — I'm talking tears of laughter! Plus, it's so quotable in any number of real-world situations." —c4252009f8 Is there a movie that you're obsessed with that received a low score on Rotten Tomatoes? Tell us about it in the comments below. 36.