10 Worst Movies of the 21st Century
The early reviews of Terminator: Genisys are not good. One critic gave just one-half star. Maybe this will finally get Arnold not to come back.
Here are 10 other movie flops from the 21st century.
Life or Something Like It: Even with Angelina Jolie in the list, the movie lost $24 million.
Astro Boy: It had a star-studded cast and it was supposed to be a live-action film originally. Steven Spielberg got pulled off it for another project and this one lost $26 million.
Son of the Mask: None of the original stars of The Mask were in this bad-quell. The original was a breakthrough movie for Jim Carrey and got some attention for Cameron Diaz. This sequel lost $27 million.
The Express: The Ernie Davis Story: This movie was based on a true story, but ended up going against some other big movies and lost $30 million.
Timeline: Paul Walker was in this after the second Fast and Furious movie. The acting was good, but the sets and storyline were bad. It lost $37 million.
Around the World in 80 Days: Nothing will ever beat the original. Jackie Chan and Steve Coogan starred. Acting was so-so, Chan's fight scenes too predictable. And it was up against Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Shrek 2. Result: It lost $38 million.
The Invasion: Even with Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig, this movie could not be saved. This one dropped $40 million down the tubes.
Mortdecai: Another Johnny Depp flop. It was also doomed because it was up against American Sniper. This one lost $41 million.
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return: Good cast, but rough story and poor animation and ill timing lead this movie to lose $52 million.
Mars Needs Moms: This 2011 dud lost $112 million.
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