Because people are dumb enough to keep paying for them. A lot of 13-17 year olds and immature adults still like his stuff. I wonder if I'd still like Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and Big Daddy now that it's been years since I've seen them... Might still enjoy them for nostalgic purposes only. I admit I saw That's My Boy but only because it was free - I knew it would suck, but not to the point of me sufferring mental and physical pain. Possibly the worst movie I've ever seen. In the past year I'd have to say Your Highness, Bad Teacher, and That's My Boy are by far the worst movies I've seen in that time - and probably some of the worst movies of all time (that I've seen). Only time I would actually pay for a movie is if I know I'll like it. TDKR was the first movie I've had to pay for in years, followed by Savages and The Campaign. I immediately regretting paying for those two. Not that either of them were horrible - they just aren't worth the $11 I spent. No more free movies for me, so I must be pickier.