silly ばかげた

March 5, 2015 =========
☆ silly ばかげた
When you say someone or something is silly, you mean that they are foolish, childish, or ridiculous. It generally has a negative nuance, such as:
My friend says I’m silly to be upset about it.
You silly boy; why did you do that?
That’s a silly question.
Don’t be so silly!
In the above sentences, it means something similar to “stupid.”
But it can be used in a more lighthearted way, depending on the context or situation. For example, “I saw a movie last weekend, it was a bit silly, but I enjoyed it.” Or “my dog always chases his tail, he looks so silly; it’s hilarious.” In these cases it is more like “funny” or “interesting”.
How about the Japanese translation, does this only have a negative nuance?