Showgirls. I watched it on my own with no expectations whatsoever (not even knowing it was reviled until after I finished it), and thought it was a hilarious and intelligent satire. Being better acquainted with Verhoeven's early work than his later stuff (i.e., Turkish Delight and Soldier of Orange, not his Hollywood stuff) maybe I read more into it than most people did. But I still think it's a pretty entertainingly OTT nightmare version of All about Eve. It's bad, but it's hilariously and intentionally bad. Verhoeven may have directed some ridiculous films, but he's not an idiot. Just read his interviews, he's a really intelligent guy. He's got a degree in physics and wrote some kind of doctoral thesis on relativity. He didn't accidentally direct a piece of crap, he just misjudged his audience and made the film slightly too equivocal in its message.
I thought Todd Solondz's Palindromes, while nothing compared to his incredible film Happiness, was pretty good; most people didn't.
I also still like Payback (with Mel Gibson) a lot more than other people. It's no Point Blank (I think they're based on the same novel?) but people I know think it's awful. That could just be people reacting to Gibson though, who doesn't particularly bother me.
Wild at Heart deserves more love than it gets, there are better Lynch films but it's still a great film.
In terms of recent films, I thought Salt was pretty decent, but I don't know anyone else who liked it.