YMMV / Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

  • Fridge Logic: We could list them all, but really, saying "the entire movie" covers this trope well enough.
  • No Problem with Licensed Games: In a rare case of the video game adaptation receiving vastly better reviews than the movie it was based on, Ecks vs. Sever for Game Boy Advance was praised by many for being a very good first-person shooter for the handheld, with a unique dual perspective feature (players could play the game as Ecks or Sever, the story changing from their perspective). Oddly enough, the game was developed and released before the film even began production. To quote Rotten Tomatoes:
    "When you're getting worse reviews than your Game Boy adaptation, you know you're in trouble."
  • Snark Bait: When your movie has the most reviews for anything with a zero on Rotten Tomatoes, it's automatically this.
  • So Bad, It's Good: For some people.
  • Special Effects Failure: The CGI rockets in this 2002 film would have been laughably bad in 1982. The air cannon that fires the wheel off of the Car Cushion is clearly visible as well.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: The film had a climactic fight between Ray Park and Lucy Liu, a world-class stuntman and an actress who can fight more convincingly than most of her peers. If it were better-choreographed, it would have been epic.