> I enjoyed Battlefield Earth, Suicide Squad, Waterworld, and Super Mario Bros, and the
> game ET. I was entertained. Not Oscar worthy material but entertaining.
I enjoy Battlefield: Earth for the so-bad-it's-funny factor. I liked Suicide Squad, I think they introduced too many characters at once and people were expecting more Joker presence, which was anecdotical in the end and not as the pre-release vids pics and trailers made us think, but while it's not Dark-Knight-great, it's not a disaster either (I think many would disagree with me, but these are only my opinions). Waterworld... Well, maybe once every ten years. Super Mario Bros. on the other hand, once in a lifetime was enough. It is a good example of a film trying to be four-quadrant and not even achieving cult status.
I haven't played ET, but for what I've read once you know what to do, it's just a game like any other, not 'the worst game ever made'. That tile is for Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing, when the company changed owners and the new owners decided to release the game as is: no opponent AI, no collision detection, no map boundaries, you know the drill, a game only surpassed by its legend.
You're talking with someone who first watched The Goonies during the last 6 months.
Wound up, can't sleep, can't do anything right, little honey / Oh, since I set my eyes on you. / I tell you the truth.
I can't get it right / Get it right / Since I met you...