The reviews came as if through a bullhorn: The San Francisco Chronicle called it the worst of the decade, the Wall Street Journal called it the worst of the century, and the New York Times announced it had the "lamest dialogue ever committed to film" (although Roger Ebert countered that "some scenes ... are really very good," which is nicely contrarian). I'm talking about Gigli, and needless to say I haven't seen the fucking thing. But now you can watch the spectacle that changed the fortunes of two very special celebrities in a tiny temple devoted (at least every Sunday) to the bad. The Dark Room Theater's "Bad Movie Night" features a cinematic mistake, funny hosts, free popcorn, and carte blanche to yell at the screen. Mike Spiegelman and Sherilyn Connelly usher in Bennifer's perfect storm.
Sundays, 8 p.m., 2006