Some movies are great. They blow your mind, show you the world in a bold, new way, and otherwise stick with you in one way or another long after you watch. Other movies are god-awful and make you question all of the various life choices that led you to purchasing a ticket to that screening of that film on that particular day.

As good or bad as movies can be, there are also those that you watch, were perfectly serviceable, and that, after you walk out of the theater, turn off your TV, or close your laptop, you never, ever think of again. They're fine, existing in a space that is neither good nor bad, and that's okay. With that in mind, we've compiled a list of movies that are most remarkable for how unremarkable they are. There are, of course, many more, so let us know what movies you think are just good enough.

We Bought A Zoo

Cameron Crowe, Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, and a ton more recognizable names working together should add up to something spectacular, right? But 2011's We Bought a Zoo, which is a comedic family drama about a father and daughter who literally buy and run a zoo, is just kind of okay. A perfectly functional film, it never rises above its formulaic, predictable plot and never achieves the levels of emotion or connection it needed to be something more. In retrospect, maybe we can look at this as an antecedent to the flop that was last year's Aloha.

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