'Bad' Meaning 'Good' EW.com's staff recently confessed the critical duds we secretly love, then invited readers to do the same -- here are the terrible titles most often mentioned on our message boards I've seen a number of these movies on this list and I've added my own commentary to them. Showgirls (1995) Viva la Nomi! — Yolanda B. No actors, no directing, no content, but one of the best movies for drinking games: You're drunk within a few minutes. — Bill I still to this day can't look at Kyle MacLachlan (even on Desperate Housewives) without thinking of that horrific haircut. Plus: ''I used to love Doggie Chow!'' — AJ "Great Dress!" "Thanks! It's a Versase!" The Cutting Edge (1992) The first thing I think of when people talk about great bad movies is ''Toe pick.'' [It's got] Terry O'Quinn's acting tour de force as Kate's dad (is that a Lost clue?), and every time D.B. Sweeney throws Moira Kelly into the air in the last scene, I fall in love with them all over again. — Jer The Cutting Edge replaced Dirty Dancing as my cheesy go-to movie... My favorite is the oh-so-stereotyped tough Russian coach with ''heart of gold.'' Olympics, hockey, cheesy romance, sappy ending, even the long music montage with D.B. and Moira staring longingly into the rain... Awesome! — Michelle Hudson Hawk (1991) The only reason this movie was trashed by critics and hated by most moviegoers is that it was marketed as a straight action film, when it so clearly is a comedy, and a hilarious one at that! — Snoogins Dadaist dream world/heist movie/comedy. Everyone seems to have disowned it, but it's got some brilliant moments and it adds up to a really good movie. Great absurd lines, and some really surreal sight gags... You gotta love a movie that has the villain vs. the CIA vs. the VATICAN vs. the hero... — Patrick [A haiku:] Hudson Hawk contains more cheese than I can handle can't change the channel — Polporka Clue (1985) I can catch it on cable and immediately watch it again on VHS after the end credits. Best of all, it gave alternate endings ages before it was cool to do on DVD. My sister and I will go so far as to reenact the ''Rrrrrun down the hall with a candlestick'' scene, because Tim Curry will always be Wadsworth to me. — kasper So many of the stars went on to do bigger and better things — what? They didn't? Oh. Well, the movie is still awesome. — mike "Just like the Mounties: We always get our man!" "Mrs. Peacock was a man!?!" Grease 2 (1982) Why I was ever allowed to watch this when I was 5 is hilarious. I had such a crush on Maxwell Caulfield! — Kristin Every time I tell a friend about Grease 2 they laugh sarcastically and then tell me how misguided I am for not preferring the original. What makes Grease 2 so much better (at least for me)? It's not just that the actors are younger (they are) or that it's put together any more professionally (it is). Or that the songs are funnier, deeper, and more complex (they are). It's the fact that Michelle Pfeiffer has [so much] charm and charisma... — Ben Atwell I want a C-o-o-l R-i-d-e-r! — Robin Adrian Zmed's falsetto in ''Let's Bowl'' is unstoppable and has a mind of its own! — tamibot5000 My favorite part was the Girl For All Seasons number in the talent show!