ByKaitlynn Bauer, writer at Creators.co
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Kaitlynn Bauer

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1. Staying Alive (1983)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 0%

All You Need To Know: Now imagine a sequel to Saturday Night Fever that’s directed by Sylvester Stallone and completely misses the point of the original. Quite literally, that is Staying Alive.

2. Obsessed (2009)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 19%

All You Need To Know: Obsessed is some bizarre cross between Terminator and Fatal Attraction until Beyoncé is forced to step in and whoop some ass. Then it ends.

3. The Wicker Man (2006)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 15%

All You Need To Know: Nicolas Cage is the Beatles of unintentionally hilarious acting, and this is his White Album.

4. The Happening (2008)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 17%

All You Need To Know: To say too much would be to spoil one of M. Night Shyamalan’s vintage twists. Suffice to say it’s very difficult to take Marky Mark, high school science teacher, seriously in this unintentionally hilarious horror movie that, at times, manages to be pretty disturbing.

5. Monkey Shines (1988)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 52%

All You Need To Know: A man with quadriplegia is given an experimental, hyperintelligent lab monkey named Ella as a live-in aid. There’s one problem: Ella is a jealous monkey who is every bit as psychotic as she is adorable.

6. Troll 2 (1990)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 6%

All You Need To Know: It is in no way, shape, or form related to Troll 1, assuming that movie even exists, and it’s about goblins, not trolls — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

7. Twilight (2008)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 48%

All You Need To Know: Glimmering vampires, swole’ werewolves, and wildly dysfunctional relationships. What more do you need?

8. Cellular (2004)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 55%

All You Need To Know: Pre-Marvel Chris Evans gets a call from a stranger who needs his help. Naturally, he risks everything to save this damsel in distress who also happens to be Kim Basinger. This movie is why we don’t answer calls from restricted numbers.

9. Mac and Me (1988)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 0%

All You Need To Know: We no longer have to wonder what E.T. would have been like if it was a complete disaster. Laughable special effects and shameless product placement make this one of the most hilarious movies ever made.

10. 2012 (2009)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 39%

All You Need To Know: This movie probably convinced everyone who believed the world would end in 2012 that there’s nothing to worry about — it’s that ridiculous.

11. Insidious (2010)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 66%

All You Need To Know: There are lots of ghosts and ghouls in Insidious. They’ll try to startle you, but watch this movie with your thumb on the pause button for some hearty laughs.

12. Ghost Rider (2007)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 26%

All You Need To Know: Another Nic Cage film, another memorable haircut. Ghost Rider is considered one of the worst comic book movies ever made by people who have no sense of humor whatsoever.

13. Rambo (2008)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 37%

All You Need To Know: Where to begin. Rambo is an overwhelmingly violent movie. Let’s just get that out of the way because it’s literally the only part of this thing that could be considered serious. John Rambo must have changed his mind about war since First Blood, because he can’t seem to get enough of it four films and almost 30 years later.

14. Xanadu (1980)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 39%

All You Need To Know: This very odd musical is about two discouraged artists and a muse who decide to open up a nightclub called Xanadu. Romance ensues, weird things happen, and you’d better just watch it because words can’t do it justice.

15. The Box (2009)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 45%

All You Need To Know: A creepy old man shows up with a mysterious box. He tells Cameron Diaz that if she presses the button in that box, she’ll get one million dollars. Here’s the catch: when the button is pressed, someone dies. What a dilemma!

16. On Deadly Ground (1994)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 10%

All You Need To Know: Steven Seagal directs Michael Caine in a movie starring himself. Not convinced yet? He also fights a bear.

17. Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 25%

All You Need To Know: If your interests are ~unconventional~ then this bizarre romance chock full of not-BDSM and naked attractive people in horribly awkward situations might just be for you.

18. Face/Off (1997)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 91%

All You Need To Know: Cage and Travolta literally swap faces as they overact like their lives depend on it. This is a cops and robbers movie on some very potent drugs and everything about it works perfectly.

19. The Room (2003)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 35%

All You Need To Know: The Room is considered by many to be one of the worst movies ever made, yet it manages to have one of the more favorable Rotten Tomatoes ratings on this list (and a substantial cult following). Starring, written by, directed by, and even funded by Tommy Wiseau (pictured above), The Room is necessary viewing for fans of bad movies.

20. My Soul To Take (2010)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 9%

All You Need To Know: A small town, a serial killer, teens, curses — you know the drill. My Soul To Take is either Wes Craven’s best film or his worst. There is no middle ground.

21. Orphan (2009)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 55%

All You Need To Know: A family decides to adopt an Orphan named Esther. But watch out! Esther is super duper evil. And there’s a twist at the end that will make your head explode.

22. Quarantine (2008)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 58%

All You Need To Know: In the spirit of The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, this is one of those movies made up entirely of “recovered footage,” this time from a TV journalist and her crew. Quarantine is the remake of a legitimately scary spanish horror film titled REC, which is surprising considering the remake feels like a comedy.

23. Deep Blue Sea (1999)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 56%

All You Need To Know: If LL Cool J doing battle with smart sharks doesn’t appeal to you, you don’t belong here.

24. Swimfan (2002)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 14%

All You Need To Know: Best described as yet another Fatal Attraction rip-off, the title just about says it all. Let’s just say the “swim fan” in question likes a certain swimmer a little too much, so she goes on a murderous stalking rampage in an attempt to win his heart.

25. Pompeii (2014)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 28%

All You Need To Know: If 2012 was a period film starring Jon Snow. Who doesn’t love a good volcanic disaster movie? Keep in mind, this film was marketed as Pompeii 3D; don’t go in expecting Gladiator.

26. Road House (1989)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 40%

All You Need To Know: In Road House, Patrick Swayze plays a bar bouncer and beats the living crap out of people for two hours straight. To top it all off, he’s not just any bouncer; he’s the best bouncer there is. With his fists, he’s Mozart.

27. Con Air (1997)

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 55%

All You Need To Know: Cage plays a well-meaning convict (with an amazing southern accent) who just finished doing hard time. Now, he just wants to go home to see his family. The plane carrying him there, which transports prisoners, is hijacked by John Malkovich, who is also a prisoner. To say that Con Air is a wild ride would be an understatement.

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