What movie do you absolutely hate? If you’re like most people, you probably have a few movies that you saw recently or in the past that you just couldn’t stand.
It could be the lack of chemistry between the actors, the absence of a plot, or the bad graphics.
Whatever the reason, there are some movies that not only do horribly according to critics. They also do pretty badly at the box office.
Maybe a poorly-made sequel just failed to make the cut, or a movie based on a book simply couldn’t compare. Did any of these 25 Biggest Box Office Movie Bombs make it to your “worst movies” list?
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There isn’t one good review of this movie, not one … and for good reason.
Ben Affleck’s performance as a New York Italian loan shark is awful. Even though he was partnered with his then-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez (a.k.a. J-Lo), their on-screen chemistry was still not selling.
It earned an embarrassing 6% on the Rotten Tomatoes website.
Blade Runner 2049
One might ask, “Why make a sequel so long after the original?” We really don’t know.
The first Blade Runner was great. Sadly, the sequel doesn’t hold a candle to it.
The movie was reported as being very long and too slow for a sci-fi/action movie.
Liam Neeson is no stranger to revenge roles. He played the title character of Darkman, a scientist who is disfigured and left for dead by a group of thugs.
One also can’t forget his role as a father whose daughter is sold by human traffickers in Taken.
So, it’s hard to like a movie where the plot is basically the same … but with cold weather.
A Wrinkle in Time
A Wrinkle in Time is based on a classic children’s novel by author Madeleine L’Engle, which built a vast following over the past half a century.
When you make a movie out of the book, it’s probably best if the movie does the book justice.
Critics accused the director of being all over the place with the camera and observed the lack of dramatic effect during appropriate times
Dudley Do Right
In the late 90s, Brendan Fraser was known for playing wacky characters based on cartoons. One movie, in particular, was Dudley Do-Right.
Critics panned this movie because it was full of slapstick that had been seen numerous times before. The film’s boring dialogue also didn’t help.
In the end, Dudley Do-Right only made a little under 10 million dollars.