The list started well, but I'm not too sure about some inclusions, I never heard about Being John Malkovich being a polarizing movie, and Big Fish could be criticized for being overly sentimental but not so bad it deserved to be hated. As for Dumb and Dumber, I don't think it's relevant to add a mindless silly comedy for that poll.
When we talk of "love it/hate it" movies, there's an element of seriousness in the film's premise that can only elicit a strong response, whether positive or negative. We're not supposed to take such comedies seriously, Jackass is an exception because it's not a fiction, people get hurt for real and the 'influence' the program has on people can be perceived as something worthy of either praise or disgust, same with Borat because it raises a few controversial points (the elements of seriousness I mentioned).
If it was up to me, I would add almost every David Lynch or Terry Gilliam's movie or at least Eraserhead, Blue Velvet and Brazil.
For your consideration: Kick-Ass I Am Sam Ghostbusters (2016) Inglourious Basterds Rules of Engagement The Life of David Gale How the West Was Won The Curious Case of Benjamin Button