Netflix's latest holiday flick is one you have to watch - not because it's good, but because it's so incredibly bad that you can't help but keep watching. The movie has been called everything from "trash" to "good dumb fun" by major publications, and overwhelming numbers of people on Twitter either ripped it to pieces or were a mixed bag of emotions over it:\nWords can't describe how bad #AChristmasPrince is. Words also can't describe how good it is.— Tony Daussat (@TonyDaussat)\nEveryone stop what you're doing and watch #achristmasprince on @netflix it's the best piece of trash I've ever seen— Deveney (@DeveneyJordon)\nA Christmas Prince is already my favorite Christmas movie bc they spent 3 mins of NYC establishing shots then cut to the Chicago Tribune building— Cassiz Nievidad...ski (@chasspod)\nJust turned on A Christmas Prince and the moment they said “his royal hotness” I knew I would hate who I was for the next hour and 32 mins— Addatude (@addatude_)\nI'm watching #AChristmasPrince and I don't think I've ever gotten Stockholm Syndrome this badly for a movie this terrible— Hawk the Herald Ripjaw Sings (@realHawkRipjaw)\n#AChristmasPrince y'all. IT'S SO BAD. Will 100% watch again.— collectress (@dearcollectress)\n'Now come on, we'd better get these in the oven'BITCH YOU MADE TWO COOKIES #AChristmasPrince— Gabrielle Leimon (@GabrielleLeimon)\nHands-down my favorite part of #AChristmasPrince is the fact that they clearly could only afford one wolf for their Beauty and the Beast rip-off snow scene.— Susan Shamoon (@susanmarium)\n#AChristmasPrince is like someone made a Christmas movie cliché list and then asked someone else for more cliches and then looked back at their list and kept yelling “Omg I forgot that one.” And then made this movie.— Di-Anna Davis (@Di_Haveahappy)\nThis is the only time of year I'll watch hetero trash like A Christmas Prince and feel cozy & content about it— Kelly Quindlen (@kellyquindlen)\nIt seems the "it's so bad that's it's so good" rationale becomes even more valid during the holidays, when people are usually in a more forgiving mood. In fact, 53 people have watched it every day for the past 18 days, according to Netflix.\nNetflix got so worried over those numbers (in a joking sense) that it even went as far as to call those viewers out in a tweet and check on their well-being:\nTo the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?— Netflix US (@netflix)\nNaturally, a people were creeped out that Netflix was keeping track of everyone's viewing habits. Who knew Netflix, which services over 109 million people worldwide, was capable of pulling some Big Brother shit too?\nEssentially, the company was using collected data which should have been used to improve their services to mock people instead, and people were not having it:\nNETFLIX: Every hour that our demands are not met, we will release the name of a person who watched A Christmas Prince for 18 consecutive days.— Glenn Loury 2.0 (@justabloodygame)\nthis is low-key the creepiest tweet of all time https://twitter.com/netflix/status/940051734650503168 …— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507)\nTo the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?— Netflix US (@netflix)\nthat netflix christmas prince tweet terrifies me because like they're absolutely mining your data and they absolutely will use it in trivial ways to advertise their product privacy is a memory and we sacrificed it willingly to big data— (@aprikii)\nLol ... not sure whether to be impressed or worried #bigbrotherNetflix https://twitter.com/netflix/status/940051734650503168 …— Tamra Beck (@Tami_vtx1300)\nNetflix defended itself, with a statement about the importance of viewer privacy:\n“The privacy of our members’ viewing is important to us. This information represents overall viewing trends, not the personal viewing information of specific, identified individuals.”\nOkay, Netflix. Cool story bro. But you still haven't apologized for binge-shaming people.