This morning, a simple message ended up taking nearly an hour out of the day for us to get everyone's answers.

"Question for both of ya, favorite bad movie?" was what Listener Seth wanted to know. Things spiraled from there, on the topic of movies that you love, but nobody else things is a bucket of suck.

With a multi-generational audience, we got a lot of movies, some we'd heard of, some we love, and some we hated, as well as quite a few we'd never heard of.

One notable answer included Jack and Jill, that Adam Sandler movie where he decided he was going to play his character, Jack, as well as his character's identical twin sister, Jill.

To this day, I have no idea why I finished this one because it's essentially unwatchable. IMDB's rating has it looking at a 3.3/10, and Rotten Tomatoes even has it at 3%, which ranks it as one of the lowest-scoring movies of all time.

Al Pacino plays Jill's (Adam Sandler) love interest, but also a prospect for Jack (Also Adam Sandler) and his ad agency, who he wants to get secured for a commercial and promotion with Dunkin' Donuts.

But, just like Dwyer said this morning when R.E.M.'s Everybody Hurts was being dumped on by everyone, "Knock that off, that's someones favorite."

Hopefully, whoever loves this movie gets exposed to literally any other movie on the planet, because they obviously haven't seen anything else.

Here's some other notable answers.

  • Groundhog Day

    Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell

    A cynical TV weatherman finds himself reliving the same day over and over again when he goes on location to the small town of Punxsutawney to film a report about their annual Groundhog Day. His predicament drives him to distraction until he sees a way of turning the situation to his advantage.

  • Caveman

    Ringo Starr, Dennis Quaid
    Atouk (Ringo Starr) is the leader of a small band of misfit cavemen who are part of a larger community headed by strongman Tonda (John Matuszak). Atouk is madly in love with Tonda's woman, Lana (Barbara Bach). He even ignores the advances of the lovely Tala (Shelley Long) and sets his mind to finding some way of wooing Lana. During Atouk's quest for romance, he and his cohorts fend off dinosaurs, indulge in hallucinogens and invent cooking, music and medicine.
  • Big Trouble in Little China

    Kurt Russell, Dennis Dun
    Kurt Russell plays hard-boiled truck driver Jack Burton, who gets caught in a bizarre conflict within, and underneath, San Francisco's Chinatown. An ancient Chinese prince and Chinatown crime lord has kidnapped a beautiful green-eyed woman, who is the fiancee to Jack's best friend. Jack must help his friend rescue the girl before the evil Lo Pan uses her to break the ancient curse that keeps him a fleshless and immortal spirit.
  • Krull

    Liam Neeson, Ken Marshall
    On the planet of Krull, an evil creature called the Beast decimates the world's army and kidnaps the lovely Princess Lyssa (Lysette Anthony), who is destined to become queen. Her brave beau, Prince Colwyn (Ken Marshall), leads a motley band of warriors, including Ergo (David Battley) and Kegan (Liam Neeson), to rescue his beloved. However, before he can face the Beast, Colwyn must locate a mystical weapon known as the Glaive, which he can use to slay the hideous villain.
  • Naked Gun

    Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley
    Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen), a rather clueless police detective, tries to foil a plot to turn innocent people into assassins through mind control. After his partner, Norberg (O.J. Simpson), is shot, Frank sets out to find the culprit, leading him to business tycoon Vincent Ludwig (Ricardo Montalban). However, Frank has no evidence until he meets Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley), Ludwig's assistant. She knows nothing about Ludwig's devious plans, but falls for Frank and agrees to help him.
  • Rat Race

    Rowan Atkinson, Whoopi Goldberg

    In an ensemble film about easy money, greed, manipulation and bad driving, a Las Vegas casino tycoon entertains his wealthiest high rollers -- a group that will bet on anything -- by pitting six ordinary people against each other in a wild dash for $2 million jammed into a locker hundreds of miles away. The tycoon and his wealthy friends monitor each racer's every move to keep track of their favorites. The only rule in this race is that there are no rules.

  • Last Dragon

    Taimak, Julius Carry

    Leroy Green (Taimak), a young martial artist living in New York City, trains tirelessly to attain the same level of mastery as the great Bruce Lee. One night, his life changes forever when he rescues television personality Laura Charles (Vanity) from evil businessman Eddie Arkadian (Chris Murney). Impressed by Leroy's bravery, Laura falls for Leroy -- but to keep her safe, he will have to defeat a gang leader named Sho'nuff (Julius J. Carry III), the self-styled Shogun of Harlem.

    "Dorks, I went to the theater 24 times to see The Last Dragon," - BigMike, Quincy.

     

  • Maximum Overdrive

    Stephen King, Emilio Estevez
    After a comet causes a radiation storm on Earth, machines come to life and turn against their makers. Holed up in a North Carolina truck stop, a group of survivors must fend for themselves against a mass of homicidal trucks. A diner cook, Bill Robinson (Emilio Estevez), emerges as the unlikely leader of the pack, attempting to find an escape plan for himself and the survivors, who include his boss, Bubba Hendershot (Pat Hingle), and a newlywed couple.
  • Days of Thunder

    Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman
    In the fast-paced world of NASCAR, a rivalry brews between rookie hotshot Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) and veteran racer Rowdy Burns (Michael Rooker). When both of them are seriously injured in competition, the former bitter rivals become close friends. With Cole's spirits restored by a romance with neurosurgeon Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman), and Rowdy still sidelined by injuries, Cole decides to race Rowdy's car in the Daytona 500 against underhanded newcomer Russ Wheeler (Cary Elwes).
  • A Night At The Roxbury

    Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell
    Despite being well into adulthood, brothers Doug (Chris Kattan) and Steve Butabi (Will Ferrell) still live at home and work in the flower shop owned by their dad (Dan Hedaya). They exist only to hit on women at discos, though they're routinely unsuccessful until a chance run-in with Richard Grieco (Richard Grieco) gets them inside the swank Roxbury club. Mistaken for high rollers, they meet their dream women, Vivica (Gigi Rice) and Cambi (Elisa Donovan), and resolve to open a club of their own.
  • Napoleon Dynamite

    John Heder, Efren Ramirez
    In small-town Preston, Idaho, awkward teen Napoleon Dynamite (Jon Heder) has trouble fitting in. After his grandmother is injured in an accident, his life is made even worse when his strangely nostalgic uncle, Rico (Jon Gries), shows up to keep an eye on him. With no safe haven at home or at school, Napoleon befriends the new kid, Pedro (Efren Ramirez), a morose Hispanic boy who speaks little English. Together the two launch a campaign to run for class president.