"Saturday Night Live" has given us some great films... and some real clunkers. We rank them all, from excellent to best-forgotten.
11. 'It's Pat' (1994)
Sorry, Julia Sweeney! Critics hated the big-screen adventure involving her mysteriously androgynous character It received a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with reviewers calling it (at best) “terrible," "tedious," and "atrocious." And we couldn't agree more. Do yourself a favor and watch Sweeney's stand-up film "God Say Ha!" instead.
10. 'Blues Brothers 2000' (1998)
Despite being from the same director (John Landis), this sequel to the classic 1980 film just doesn't work without the late John Belushi. Some of the same stars stop by, including Aretha Franklin, but you're far better off watching the first film for the 20th time.
9. 'Superstar' (1999)
82 minutes seems like a short running time – unless you're watching Mary Katherine Gallagher (Molly Shannon) awkwardly try to become a superstar and win Will Ferrell's affections. We'd rather make out with a tree.
8. 'The Ladies Man' (2000)
Tim Meadows in "Mean Girls"? Hilarious. In this extended sketch as a freaky, womanizing radio show host who's inexplicably stuck in the '70s? Sadly, no. A little bit of Leon Phelps goes a long way.
7. 'Stuart Saves His Family' (1995)
"I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it, people like me!" Sorry, Stuart, despite the power of your daily affirmation, most people didn't like this movie. But hey, it got two thumbs up from Siskel and Ebert. Points for trying to tackle serious issues, including addiction. And the cast who plays wildly dysfunctional family: Mousy mom (Shirley Booth), alcoholic dad (Harris Yulin) and pot-smoking brother (Vincent D'Onofrio).
6. 'Coneheads' (1993)
Coneheads Beldar and Prymaat (Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin) crash land on earth and find it surprisingly easy to “blend in with the bluntheads.” Until a fake Social Security number sets obsessive INS agent Michael McKean on their trail. Various comedians from Michael Richards to Drew Carey pop up, not to mention "SNL" stars from the '70s through the '90s.
5. 'MacGruber' (2010)
There's a fine line between a parody of dumb action movies and actually being a dumb action movie. "MacGruber" has its moments, but quickly wears thin.
4. 'A Night at the Roxbury' (1998
The head-bobbing Butabi brothers (Chris Kattan and Will Ferrell) try to get girlfriends – and to get into the elusive Roxbury nightclub. Like the brothers themselves, the movie tries so hard you have to love it at least a little.
3. 'Wayne's World 2' (1993)
In the sequel, Wayne tries to get the "Waynestock" music fest off the ground. From then on it's wall-to-wall cameos, including Charlton Heston, Robert Patrick, Heather Locklear. And Aerosmith. We're not worthy!
2. 'Wayne's World' (1992)
Would we have the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" without this epic singalong scene from Wayne, Garth and friends? This excellent comedy from director Penelope Spheeris didn't get any Oscar noms, but it remains the highest-grossing movie based on an "SNL" skit.
1. 'The Blues Brothers' (1980)
Jake and Elwood Blues (John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd) are on a mission from God in this eminently rewatchable film stuffed with great performances from Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and James Brown... and great cameos including Carrie Fisher.