JunkExplorer: Here are the 25 biggest movie disasters of 21st Century. The films on this list have all had a theatrical run, only the revenues from theatrical run and production budgets are included here. Have a look.
Same info as Wikipedia's page.
Good catch. He copied each film's synopsis, box office information and critical reception straight from each film's individual Wikipedia pages. What a complete farce of an "article."
so what i think this post is actualy good . goto wikipedia if you wana see more stuff about movies . wt are you doing here then lol
how in the holy hell did "how did you know", a fakking romantic comedy, cost 120 million to make???? I'm effing glad it tanked.
Treasure planet was good tho.
47 ronin was a shtiesttt movie ever
In response to your reply to my comment- what the "author" did is called plagiarism. He took someone else's work word for word and passed it off as his own. It's improper, dishonest and a severe breach of the ethics of journalism.
oh so you are saying all the students from colleges and unis are doing this so called "plagiarism" too ?
@Viccrack- If college students are copying text word for word from Wikipedia then yes, that's exactly what I'm saying.
I love John Carter.
I avoided most of the movies on this list due to a lack of interest. In fact I've only watched 4 of them and am going to watch 47 Ronin because I happen to enjoy stupid action movies. XXXP
I can not stand Ryan Reynolds. I hope every movie he made bombed.
Hollywood Corruption 101: Movies don't actually cost that much to make. It's just in-house budget bouncing that inflates the price. Two things come from this. 1) All movies cost about half or less of what they say. 2) Stating that they lost money only means that they don't have to pay those extra people any extra money based on what their contract states, thus allowing certain people to walk away with more than they should be entitled.
Didn't expected Lone rangers to flop in sales. I expected Johnny Depp to sell the movie with his name alone
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