Oh my gosh yes. I especially love action movies that are so *ridiculously* over the top. White House Down made me laugh so hard! XD Other cringey spoof type movies can be quite good too, like Rat Race, Charlies Angels II, Blades of Glory, Napoleon Dynamite or Date Night :D
No, not "Laughed" so much, but Made Out and Swapped Spit, at how 'Bad' it was, with a Date I went Out with. "DiJango Unchained," the Bottom of the Pit. However, for this Weekend, for my Mom's own Pleasure Viewing, I am Bringing her up One of DiCaprio's Finest, "Renaissance," which Believe me, Was much Better. Good luck and Great question. Thank you for Sharing, @Red88xxx xx
I'm sure I have, but I usually scout movies out pretty well before committing my precious free time to them. Sitting through a bad movie is like the worst thing that can happen to me, on a small scale at least, haha. I can't just kind of like a movie, usually, it's either a classic or it sucks, not much middle ground. By the time my life is over, there will probably be like 100 total movies that I'll tell you I actually like. I'm in disbelief at how many terrible movies have been made, so all that much more credit due to those who make the great ones. In fairness though, I don't like most genres outside of comedy, so you can probably throw my opinion on the subject straight out the window, haha.
Sometimes, when a movie is awful in a dated way, it is called "camp." I just call it stupid. For the category "Stupidest Movie Of All Time," I nominate "Weekend At Bernie's" (and, of course, the obligatory sequel.)
But I didn't laugh at anything in that movie. I have had some amusement at watching sci-fi or horror movies from the 1950 that appear to be very amateurish by current standards of production.
Batman V Superman. I laughed my ass off at every epic slow motion shot. Zack Snyder is one pretentious douchebag and the whole movie is full with them. If you remove all the slow motion the movie would probably be 1 h shorter lol
Ey' Dude, where is my car? not sure if just bad or a parody and intentional bad
Space warriors 2000 (1983) Cheap movie men in rubber suits as monsters. A band of Ultra man type warriors lead by a Cambodian super hero named Buddah man. One monster was a little hand puppet you can see its strings. A bigger monster control by strings and they peel of the body then you see a dancing skeleton on string. The movie's budget was spent on when monsters leader created hippie head show attack force that would any one from Woodstock 1969 feel really groovy.