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This should be a fun one. Excluding the horror genre (because it has a lot of poorly received movies that are a blast to watch), the question I ask today is: what is your favorite non-horror movie that you love to watch, despite it getting torn to shreds by critics?
Off the top of my head, the first movie that comes to mind is That’s My Boy. It’s a terrible movie, but if it’s on TV I’ll probably watch it while my other show is on a commercial break. It helps that Adam Sandler is one of the co-leads. Without Sandler, I definitely wouldn’t be touching this film. It’s so stupid it somehow becomes funny.
If you somehow haven’t seen this film yet, please don’t go and watch it. This is not a recommendation. It’s a terrible film. It just has its (very few) moments.
So what about you, screenagers? What is the worst non-horror reviewed film that you enjoy to watch?
I’ll see you in the trenches.