A film may have a great cast or a huge-ass budget, but that doesn’t automatically turn it into a good one. Hollywood had some gigantic flops over the years, and some names are big. Big disappointments I mean.
It’s better to watch Titanic the 100th time with your girlfriend than waste a couple of hours with these unmemorable films. Curious to see which ones we’re talking about? Just watch below to see what films made it t o our list of Top 10 most disappointing Hollywood movies list.
1. Spiderman 3 (2007)
Too many villains made this movie real confusing. Although it enjoyed decent profits, Spiderman 3 had a $250 million budget that we think was put to waste. Some explosions and you could swear it was a Michael Bay movie.
2. Dragon Ball: Evolution (2009)
Childhood ruined. Great expectations were demolished by James Wong. It looked like a couple of students trying to get a C on their acting class. If you’re a Dragon Ball fan, your eyes will probably bleed if you choose to watch this movie.
3. Rocky V (1990)
We all liked the Rocky series, but seeing him outside the ring kind of gave us mixed signals. Even Sly later confessed in an interview that he had made this film out of greed. Yes, Rocky knows greed!
4. The Last Airbender (2010)
This movie cost Nickelodeon $150 million and was a disaster. Even a “The Young and the Restless” marathon sounds better. Like really! Oh Yes.
5. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2011)
Yes, it’s funny, but it’s like Hangover III funny. You know the jokes are bad, but you still laugh anyway because you remember the previous film(s). Now the joke is actually on you when you are laughing on non-laughable stuff. So skip the movie.
6. Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
This movie got a great cast, but a horrible script. If you have a crush on Olivia Wilde, like we do, then you can watch Cowboys & Aliens. Otherwise, there are other things you can do with your time.
7. Terminator: Genesys (2015)
Didn’t think there could be a worse Terminator movie than Salvation? Well, Genesys is so bad that it went -$65 million down the stairs. We still wonder why this series keeps coming back…Armie magic?
8. Fantastic Four (2015)
This $120 million 2015 remake didn’t get to the heart of comic books fans. Maybe because even golf is more fast paced than this movie. Like really!
9. Godfather III (1990)
The third part is not that bad, but after the first two you kind of excepted greatness. All you have is a good movie, one that barely survived in the box office. That said, it was good movie where the production brought the needle of Karma back to zero for Godfather. Too bad public missed the acting prowess that went into making the movie real, thanks to some lousy editing.
10. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)
We got plenty of explosions in this “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” directed by Michael Bay. If it was Bruce Willis the main character, we could understand, but otherwise? Not so much.