12 Movies So Bad That They Are Actually Funny


Hollywood doesn’t always get it right, and there are a couple of movies released every year that prove how difficult it can be to translate some stories to the big screen.

The presence of top actors doesn’t guarantee a movie will work, and you may even wonder why some agreed to take part in the first place.

And yet, there’s something appealing about really awful movies. Outlandish plotlines, poor concepts and campy dialogue can make a film entertaining in a unique way.

The following movies are so bad they are actually funny.

1. Charlie’s Angels 2: Full Throttle

A sequel to the reboot of the classic television show, “Charlie’s Angel’s 2: Full Throttle” appeared to have a lot going for it. The presence of Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore gave the film strong appeal with audiences, but it was a mess of a movie that failed to deliver.

The dialogue often appears to have been made up on the spot, and the plot is little more than a device to connect action sequences. Sadly, the action also failed to deliver.

Use of innovative wirework techniques are what really make Full Throttle laughable. The girls are made to run up walls, leap incredible distances and defy gravity at every opportunity. The movie’s one redeeming feature is the soundtrack, but in the end it looks like an extended music video.

The movie also featured an all-star supporting cast of incredibly talented actors including John Cleese, Matt LeBlanc, Bernie Mac and Shia LaBeouf. Demi Moore stars as a fallen angel intent on causing trouble for Charlie and his band of Kung Fu angels.

Spend Your Evening With Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

The film relies more on its enormous budget and special effects than a solid plot or even convincing performances from its lead actors. “Full Throttle” was nominated for seven different awards at the 24th Golden Raspberry Awards including “Worst Excuse for an Actual Movie (All Concept/No Content).”