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What movie "flops" do you like??

Discussion in 'Community Board' started by SeaSpray, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. Gumbo4x4

    Gumbo4x4 <font color=blue>Note to the ladies who forgot to

    Was that a flop? I thought it did pretty well - oh, and its my favorite of the series :thumbsup2

    OT, the last 2 movies my father-in-law has seen at the theatre are Vegas Vacation and The Godfather. :lmao:
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  3. Handbag Lady

    Handbag Lady <font color=teal>Disneyland Bride 2000<br><font co

    I guess you and I have the same problem. I loved both TLR and Alice.
  4. mmouse37

    mmouse37 <font color=009933>Mickey for Me!<br><font color=9

    Shawshank Redemption is my all time favorite movie...just love it.

    I also love White Squall (1996) with Jeff Bridges and a very young Jeremy Sisto, Ryan Phillipe, etc. Such a great coming of age movie based on a true story. Whenever I mention it no one has ever heard of it.


    Wasn't The Wizard of Oz (the original) a box office flop?

  5. Caropooh

    Caropooh <font color=indigo>POO, are you? POO POO, POO POO!

    We loved Rock of Ages also! :thumbsup2
  6. mmouse37

    mmouse37 <font color=009933>Mickey for Me!<br><font color=9

    Super 8 was an a great movei:thumbsup2

  7. Tigger1966

    Tigger1966 Addicted to Disney

    isn't it amazing how when you go to watch old movies or TV shows that you used to love how corny and tacky they can be now.
  8. superme80

    superme80 Active Member

    I saw White Squall. It was good, but I was 16. Didn't understand the greatness of it. :rotfl: I just saw cute boys. ;)

    POPCITY Member

    That's so true. I LOVED Hogans Heroes when I was a kid. Caught an episode a few years ago, and it was just awful. Gilligans Island didn't age well for me, either.
  10. Tigger1966

    Tigger1966 Addicted to Disney

    I'm going to have to disagree on Hogan's Heroes I still love that show
  11. TheAviator

    TheAviator <font color=blue>I don't always live dangerously,

    Waterworld I thought was very interesting, although I don't think it was technically a flop, it got labeled as a flop, but I don't think Universal would have made an attraction out of it if it was a total flop, I just think it had a huge budget and it didn't make a ton of money, I think at the time it was a record budget.
  12. Soldier's*Sweeties

    Soldier's*Sweeties <font color=darkorange> I WILL walk three miles in

    I watched White Chicks last night for the millionth time and thought of this thread. Love that one!
  13. SeaSpray

    SeaSpray <br><img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/dis-sponsor/i

    DH loves Waterworld and The Postman. I love White Chicks too. I always crack up when I hear that song on the radio... can't remember the name... its the one they sing in the convertible. :lmao:
  14. jen0610

    jen0610 Active Member

    We love The 13th warrior. Have it on DVD. And sorry, but we love Sahara as well.

    Daniel Craig's in it, what's not to like about the movie.

    Introduced the kids to this one. They love it as much as I do.

    Once again, introduced the kids to this and they both love it. And it is a very quotable movie.

    And yet another one that I got DS hooked on. He loves this movie.
  15. brookmey

    brookmey I may live in the south, but I bleed maize and blu

    I love Rock of Ages and Joe Versus the Volcano.
  16. jen0610

    jen0610 Active Member

    This comes from Wikipedias list of the biggest bombs.

    Rank Title Year
    1 Mars Needs Moms 2011
    2 13th Warrior !The 13th Warrior 1999
    3 John Carter 2012
    4 Jack the Giant Slayer 2013
    5 Sahara 2005
    6 Stealth 2005
    7 Adventures of Pluto Nash !The Adventures of Pluto Nash 2002
    8 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within 2001
    9 Alamo !The Alamo 2004
    10 Green Lantern 2011
    11 Cutthroat Island 1995
    12 Evan Almighty 2007
    13 Treasure Planet 2002
    14 Town & Country 2001
    15 Supernova 2000
    16 The Nutcracker in 3D 2010
    17 Wolfman !The Wolfman 2010
    18 XXX: State of the Union 2005
    19 Hugo 2012
    20 Windtalkers 2002
    21 How Do You Know 2010
    22 Cowboys & Aliens 2011
    23 Great Raid !The Great Raid 2005
    24 Sound of Thunder !A Sound of Thunder 2005
    25 Around the World in 80 Days 2004
    26 Speed Racer 2008
    27 Gigli 2003
    28 Alexander 2004
    29 Monkeybone 2001
    30 Postman !The Postman 1997
    31 Peter Pan 2003
    32 Zoom 2006
    33 Poseidon 2006
    34 Beloved 1998
    35 Osmosis Jones 2001
    36 K-19: The Widowmaker 2002
    37 Land of the Lost 2009
    38 Conan the Barbarian 2011
    39 Astronaut's Wife !The Astronaut's Wife 1999
    40 Dudley Do-Right 1999
    41 Chill Factor 1999
    42 Red Planet 2000
    43 Ali 2001
    44 Instinct 1999
    45 Sphere 1998
    46 Lolita 1997
    47 Hard Rain 1998
    48 Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever 2002
    49 Flushed Away 2006
    50 Invasion !The Invasion 2007

    This one is kinda neat, because they show their list of the biggest bombs, but you can also zero down the each year(s) and find out what the bombs were. The year I was born, Dr Dolittle was the bomb movie.

  17. skylizard

    skylizard Active Member

    I loved the 13th Warrior too!
  18. BrinkofSunshine

    BrinkofSunshine Active Member

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show :lovestruc

    It originally flopped big time... It wasn't till it was revived as a midnight experience that it became a cult classic that still runs in theaters to this day!
  19. mfd25wife

    mfd25wife Active Member

    It is terrible but so much fun with the props. Lol! They play it every year here for a couple of weekends. There is one guy who goes to every show and makes loud comments at appropriate places that has everyone laughing.
  20. daannzzz

    daannzzz <font color=red>OMG...Theres my favorite scrambled

    Exorcist II: The Heratic
  21. Squidgyness

    Squidgyness Active Member

    Mine was Hudson hawk. Edited the list to leave films I consider at least okay, not worthy of being a bomb etc. obviously only ones I've seen. Some I haven't seen. Meant to get round to cowboys vs aliens.

    Also, I don't consider Sahara a bad film per se, I just can't get over the actors they chose and the book they chose. There were much more interesting books to choose, but I guess they would have required even more cash and the production still needed up costing a fortune and pretty much shattered my hopes of seeing a really good cussler film.

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