Why? Because they a) require no brain power to watch and b) it doesn't bother me to fall asleep during them. [*—the definition of terrible being a rating below 50% on Rotten Tomatoes]
  1. Two Faced Woman (1941) [25%]
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  2. Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) [67%]
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    Even though this is above the 50% cutoff, this still makes the list because its popularity is mostly due to how terrible it is.
  3. Xanadu (1980) [38%]
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  4. Mommie Dearest (1981) [55%]
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    Like Plan 9 From Outer Space, this is above the cutoff mark but still makes it thanks to its the top acting from Faye Dunaway.
  5. Grease 2 (1982) [32%]
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    Now this is one that I do get bummed out if I fall asleep during it.
  6. Haunted Honeymoon (1986) [25%]
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  7. Cocktail (1988) [5%]
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  8. Hook (1991) [30%]
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  9. Love Potion #9 (1992) [27%]
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  10. Death Becomes Her (1992) [48%]
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  11. Something to Talk About (1995) [37%]
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  12. One Fine Day (1996) [47%]
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  13. The First Wives Club (1996) [39%]
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  14. Up Close and Personal (1996) [29%]
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  15. Hope Floats (1998) [24%]
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  16. Practical Magic (1998) [20%]
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  17. Center Stage (2000) [43%]
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  18. Picture Perfect (1997) [48%]
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  19. Hanging Up (2000) [12%]
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  20. Mona Lisa Smile (2003) [35%]
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  21. The Lake House (2006) [35%]
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  22. Evening (2007) [27%]
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  23. Because I Said So (2007) [4%]
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  24. I Hate Valentine's Day (2009) [19%]
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  25. My Life in Ruins (2009) [9%]
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  26. Burlesque (2010) [36%]
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  27. Something Borrowed (2011) [15%]
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  28. Dark Shadows (2012) [37%]
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  29. The Family (2013) [29%]
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  30. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) [29%]
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  31. P.S. I'll allow Frances Owens from Practical Magic to sum up how I feel about most of those ratings:
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