7 Awful Movies That Are Guilty Pleasures

Tank Girl: Lori Petty stars as Tank Girl in the 1995 science fiction film, a faithful adaptation of the comic book series set in a drought-ravaged Australia, gaining a cult following.

Hudson Hawk: Bruce Willis leads the action-comedy, combining burglary stakes and surreal slapstick comedy, reminiscent of Looney Tunes.

Jingle All The Way: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, and Phil Hartman feature in the Christmas comedy, known for its commentary on Christmas commercialization, becoming a yearly household watch.

Grandma's Boy: Despite being a critical and box office failure, Allen Covert takes the lead in this comedy, finding a following on DVD and streaming platforms for its humor.

Armageddon: Michael Bay's ensemble cast delivers in this end-of-the-world film, featuring a successful hit single and becoming a fan favorite despite varying public opinions.

The Day After Tomorrow: Roland Emmerich's disaster film with a strong cast and end-of-the-world theme, providing comfort as a movie that combines cheeky emotional stories.

John Tucker Must Die: A quintessential mid-2000s teenage comedy, John Tucker Must Die encapsulates the era, offering a mix of art, entertainment, and smiles despite its flaws.