What are some movies you liked despite mixed or negative audience/critic reaction? For me it's • Super (2010) [the James Gunn directed movie] I love this movie. I do not get why it's only sitting at a 49% on RT. Everyone I know who has seen it, loved it. IMO it has everything best about James Gunn as a director and writer and makes me both laugh and tear up. It also has Rainn Wilson [Dwight from The Office US] in what I think is his best performance he has ever given. EDIT: http://poal.me/cqhcq3 Am I in the minority in thinking its good? •Pain and Gain (2013) Probably the only Michael Bay movie since Bad Boys 2 that I enjoyed. Also with a 49% on RT, I don't get why some people loathe this movie. (A critic I follow, Mark Kermode, named it his worst of 2013, ahead of stuff like Movie 43) It's a Dark Comedy/Crime film; If you read what actually happened in the articles this was based on, you'd laugh too. They really did dress up as ninjas to capture a guy. It's like Fargo if it was in Miami. Shit, it's even by the guys who wrote the Captain America capeshit flicks. • Saw (the original, mostly): It was a great thriller and a fantastic directorial debut. What were critics turned off by, Gore? There was very little of it at all, especially compared to the sequels. • Compliance (2012 (?)): On the other hand, I don't get why audiences hated this. There really are people that fucking stupid that will listen to anything if you say you're that person, and it was a decent thriller. Not great, but decent. If there are others I know of, I'll post them. So do you guys have any "Fuck You I Liked It" movies?