Everyone has that one particular 'bad' film that we rewatch several times. Even artists are guilty of the crime.
However, some argue there's actually intellectual merit in watching bad films. The notorious "The Room (2003)" comes to mind for this one -- a film with a low budget, terrible accents and script, bad acting and other things deemed senseless.
This video by the Vox Channel concentrates on how good and bad tastes are acquired and how they indicate such notions on the watcher.
Preview image was taken from the video.