Pretty much anything with John Wayne qualifies. Please let me know if there is anything redeemable in his career. Lulz, at his role as the Centurion. One of the funniest moments in Hollywood ever.
There are plenty of John Wayne movies that I love to watch: They Were Expendable, The Three Godfathers, Sands of Iwo Jima, The Quiet Man, and The Searchers, to name a few.
John Wayne is the type of iconic actor that the self-proclaimed "smart people" love to hate. You know, the people who sneer at good triumphing over evil, who laugh at patriotism, and who dismiss chivalry as thinly veiled misogyny. Please note, I am not leveling this criticism at anyone on this board.
In addition, John Wayne made over 150 movies in his career, yet his detractors usually concentrate on a handful of stinkers. By and large, I think his movies are entertaining and I like the fact that he usually portrayed honorable characters that one could look up to.
Per the OP, I agree that Clueless and Red Dawn, while "universally" criticized, are films that are nonetheless good to watch.