Not all movies can be good.
And while great films are, well, great, sometimes there is equal entertainment value in something you can guffaw over for all the wrong reasons. Terrible script? Great. Cringe dialogue? The cornier the better. Bad effects? Kind of adorable if I'm honest.
So, we've turned to Rotten Tomatoes – the Internet's favourite barometer in film – to see what they'd recommend in the highly specific 'really bad but entertainingly' genre.
If you're interested in some of the platform's zero per cent rated films: there's Left Behind, a film about a locus plague starring Nicolas Cage and Chad Michael Murray, a Jon Voight vehicle about super babies and THREE John Travolta films (Staying Alive, Look Who's Talking Now and Gotti, if you'd like to skip them during your next Travoltathon).
A rotten rating doesn't always automatically mean avoid, however. Here are films that got low critical scores but are still worth a watch.