Wayne's World - Okay, okay...if I were seeing this for the first time today, I probably wouldn't adore it. It's a childhood favorite. But I'd still like it. I like how the music in the film is metal but right at the time metal was giving way to grunge, which Wayne and Garth would have been a bit too old for. Bear in mind that this is the opposite of most SNL movies, which are bad movies based off of decent characters; this is a great SNL movie based off a kid-friendly series of sketches that I don't find terribly funny anymore at all, mostly because it revolved around overuse of catchphrases like "...NOT!!"
Coneheads - I recall liking this well enough. Aykroyd chewing out Chris Farley was really funny.
Wayne's World 2 - There's a few funny bits in this that I'd probably still laugh at, but I don't have any desire to ever spend the $2 or so to see the movie again; the other thing is, this is where Mike Myers apparently started acting like a pompous ass and being hard to work with, edging Dana Carvey out of the movie because he saw WW as "his" and the two of them not getting along for years.
It's Pat - I never watched this and have actually never seen a Pat sketch; what I know about the movie is that Quentin Tarantino, at the height of his fame, apparently did an uncredited rewrite of the script because he was friends with Julia Sweeney, who you might recall appears near the end of Pulp Fiction.
Stuart Saves His Family - I recall thinking a few bits in this were funny, but have not seen it in ages.
Blues Brothers 2000 - Not only did I see this not-very-good movie in theaters, I saw it WITH MY MOM. Oh God, that hurts to admit. No I wasn't an adult yet, but to make this confession worse: we all thought this movie would be a really big hit. Instead, everyone hated it. Eric Clapton is in it for a little bit, as is Johnny Lang, God knows what became of that kid. Anyway, I don't remember anything in the movie being very funny, and I'm not eager to rewatch it; when it came out, there was a lot of SNL stuff hyping it and trying to make the Blues Brothers popular again.
Bad joke from 2000: "Y2K bug? The Year 2000 will end up being about as big a deal as Blues Brothers 2000"
I don't recommend that you see it, though Ebert said it was lame comedy but good music. Take that for what you will.
A Night At The Roxbury: *Sigh* yep, saw this in theaters too. I still laugh thinking about the big dance number with the girls, but that's probably about it.
Superstar - I thought this was pretty obnoxious when I was younger and would prefer not seeing it.
The Ladies Man - Haven't seen it and never will. Noticed Tim Meadows popped up in one of those new Star Wars series.
MacGruber - This got torn apart really badly; I know the sketches were sort of popular. The only part I saw was the clip of Val Kilmer dying some overblown death or something.
By "SNL movies" I should have said that I was including stuff that merely starred SNL alumni, I was including stuff like Airheads, Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, etc. I do not like any Adam Sandler movies, I know that much, though I can think of one or two gags in them that would still make me laugh (the Steve Buscemi cameo in Billy Madison would still work, for example.)