Building a movie is more than it seems. It is all about running and working 20 hours a day, spending tons of money, choosing the perfect cast, the script, and whatnot. But what does it takes for a movie to be a flop? Well, the CRITICS and their opinions about the film. In addition, the success of the Movie depends on other elements but, the critics always stay at the top.
Many movies have come out which received excellent reviews however failed at the box office. At the same time, some were labelled under flops because of various factors.
We were doing a little research on good movies that were considered flops. Below is a list of movies that might have made you laugh, cry and feel good but, they ended up under the pile of flop movies.
New Moon: The Twilight Saga
Released in 2009, New Moon is the second Movie of the Twilight franchise. Do you know? Twilight is one of the most thriving franchises present in Hollywood. Twilight came with its five-movie series, where all kicked the box office with a decent appraisal. All the moves still received a mix of opinions from the critics. However, all the fans of Twilight and vampires loved the movies.
New moon’s story revolves around three people and the journey of their love triangle. Talking about the success of New Moon, the film earned around $711 million. But, sadly could not touch the audience and critics the way the director wanted. The conclusion from critics said that the film failed to achieve success because of its tedious characters and cliche storyline.
The Da Vinci Code
Directed by Ron Howard, the Da Vinci Code was released in 2006; it was the first Movie by Robert Langdon. The Movie was based on the novel Da Vinci Code, a drama, thrill, mystery, and conspiracy package. However, the Movie missed many of these elements and added unnecessary features instead.
Apart from earning $760 million globally, the Movie still received many negative opinions from critics and was also labelled a controversial movie. According to the critics, the Movie was too dull as compared to its book print.
Released in 2016, Suicide Squad was curated with high hope and expectation, thinking that the critics and audience would love seeing a group of villains fighting against another villain. The audience did love the Movie because of their favorite actors and characters; however, according to the critics, the movie was not what it should be.
The trailer of the Movie represented it as a dark, action, comedy movie while it was not. The tone of the Movie was fluctuating from beginning to end. Because of the same reason, the film failed to interest the audience and critics ultimately.
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Released in 2010, Grown-ups has its story revolved around Adam Sander’s character trying to reunite with his old basketball team so that they all can together celebrate the fourth of July. If you think there might be more to the story, well, it was not. This Movie was one of those American comedies filled with little fun, comedy, and the same ending. And, we all have seen Adam playing similar roles in such comedies. The Movie still grossed around $271.4 million globally; however, it couldn’t impress the critics and was considered a flop.
Rush Hour 3
Released in 2007, Rush Hour 3 is the third sequel from the series Rush Hour. This Movie was released after six years of completing the previous sequels, so the audience was filled with expectations for this one. But, sadly, this sequel also failed to fill the void created in the earlier movies. The Movie lacks the chemistry of the two main characters, which is also why the audience and critics could not connect to it properly.
The Movie was still able to earn $258 million worldwide; however, according to the critics, the Movie’s pacing was too slow. They further added that in the time of 6 years, the builders of the Movie could have done more, but clearly, they failed.
Above were some movies were some of the films that earned but failed to impress their critics. However, we all know how big is the Hollywood industry and how many movies come out every year. So, if you dig more, you might find more such movies that were considered flop while they were not precisely flop.