The 10 worst films that made a lot of money

The big box office is not always related to the quality of the film. Several Hollywood blockbusters shared opinions or ended up being slaughtered by the public and critics.

In this list, we will present the “10 worst films” that earned a lot at the box office. For this ranking, we use the aggregator notes Rotten Tomatoes and the box office values ​​worldwide.

Suicide Squad (2016)

Suicide Squad (2016).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

Worldwide Box Office: $ 746 Million
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 26%

Bringing together the villains of DC Comics, Suicide squad managed to take several comic book fans to theaters. However, the studio’s strong interference resulted in an action film with a rather confusing plot that disappointed audiences and critics alike.

The Da Vinci Code (2006)

The Da Vinci Code (2006).The Da Vinci Code (2006).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

Worldwide Box Office: $ 760 Million
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 26%

The first adaptation of Dan Brown’s books for the cinema, The Da Vinci Code featured a cast with great actors like Tom Hanks and Ian McKellen. However, the script full of enigmas and the little caprice of the production did not please the critics.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012).The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

Worldwide Box Office: $ 829 Million
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 25%

The five films of Twilight Saga have been the target of much criticism, including Breaking Dawn Part 2. Even though it pleased the teen audience, the production only ended a franchise marked by shallow performances and problematic scripts.

Batman Vs Superman: The Origin of Justice (2016)

Batman Vs Superman: The Origin of Justice (2016).Batman Vs Superman: The Origin of Justice (2016).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

Worldwide Box Office: $ 873 million
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 29%

Batman Vs Superman put the main heroes of comics to face each other on the big screens. However, the direction of Zack Snyder divided the audience and the criticism due to the extremely dark tone with an irregular history and anticlimactic scenes.

Ice Age 4 (2012)

Ice Age 4 (2012).Ice Age 4 (2012).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

Worldwide Box Office: $ 877 Million
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 37%

The fourth film in the franchise The ice Age it was very successful among the child audience and the parents who took the children to the cinemas. On the other hand, critics pointed out the bland plot and as “unpredictable as a glacier” as the animation’s weak points.

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Alice in Wonderland (2010).Alice in Wonderland (2010).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

World Box Office: 1,025 Billion
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 51%

Directed by Tim Burton and with a talented cast, Alice in Wonderland it is seen as a “mediocre film with an excellent box office”. Certain critics considered the production an affront to Lewis Carroll’s classic work.

Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999)

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999).Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

World Box Office: $ 1,027 Billion
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 52%

Despite the box office success, the return of the franchise Star Wars was considered a disappointment in 1999. The Phantom Menace shows in detail a tedious political plot that is a long way from the exciting adventures of the original trilogy.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Navigating Mysterious Waters (2011)

Pirates of the Caribbean: Navigating Mysterious Waters (2011).Pirates of the Caribbean: Navigating Mysterious Waters (2011).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

World Box Office: $ 1,045 Billion
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 33%

Although it is the biggest box office in the franchise Pirates of the Caribbean: Navigating Mysterious Waters it is marked by the long and confusing script. Even Captain Jack Sparrow’s return from the dead couldn’t save the production from criticism.

Transformers: The Age of Extinction (2014)

Transformers: The Age of Extinction (2014).Transformers: The Age of Extinction (2014).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

World Box Office: $ 1,104 Billion
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 17%

The worldwide success of Transformers: The Age of Extinction it opposes the opinions of the critics. While the audience was impressed by the action scenes with giant robots, the experts were unable to divert attention from the numerous script flaws.

Minions (2015)

Minions (2015).Minions (2015).Source: IMDB / Reproduction

World Box Office: $ 1,159 Billion
Note on Rotten Tomatoes: 55%

Charismatic creatures from the franchise My favorite evil, you minions had the opportunity to star in the film itself in 2015. Although the slapstick aesthetic works with children, the plot did not captivate adults and, consequently, critics.

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