7 Movies You either Love or You Hate (There s No In-Between)

The Room (2003)

Tommy Wiseau's cult classic is infamous for its awkward dialogue, bizarre plot, and unconventional filmmaking, making it a polarizing experience for viewers.

Mother! (2017)

Darren Aronofsky's psychological horror film divided audiences with its allegorical storytelling, intense imagery, and controversial themes, leading to passionate debates about its meaning and merit.

Gummo (1997)

Harmony Korine's experimental film depicting life in a small, impoverished town shocked audiences with its raw and disturbing imagery, leaving some viewers captivated while others found it repulsive.

The Human Centipede (2009)

Tom Six's horror film about a mad scientist who sews his victims together mouth to anus sparked intense reactions for its gruesome premise and graphic content

Spring Breakers (2012)

Harmony Korine's examination of youth culture and excess divided audiences with its stylized visuals, non-linear narrative, and controversial depiction of hedonism

The Fountain (2006)

Darren Aronofsky's ambitious and visually stunning film about love, death, and the search for immortality polarized audiences with its abstract storytelling and philosophical themes

Southland Tales (2006)

Richard Kelly's dystopian satire divided audiences with its convoluted plot, eclectic cast of characters, and surreal imagery, leading to both passionate defenders and vehement detractors of the film.