As is sometimes the case, the films are commercially successful, but sometimes they do not capture the viewers’ attention. A movie’s success is usually judged on several criteria, but most of all it’s judged by how viewers and critics perceive it, and how well it’s doing at the box office. They say the numbers don’t lie, but unfortunately, sometimes they do. The box office focuses mainly on the profits of the movie, whether the viewer liked it or not. As is sometimes the case, the films are commercially successful, but sometimes they do not capture the viewers’ attention.

10. The Last Airbender (2010) Earned $319.7 Million Over Its Budget Of $150 Million, Yet Did Not Do Well With Fans & Critics:


As the name suggests, The Last Airbender was a film adaptation of the Avatar series: The Last Airbender. A similar story told of Aang, a monk destined to become the next Avatar tasked with keeping the peace of the four nations. The film did quite well as it grossed $ 319.7 million against its $ 150 million budget.

9. Rush Hour 3 (2007) Lacked Chemistry Between Its Main Characters:


Rush Hour films are known for their legendary status. The film focuses on the plot of a mismatched couple and takes viewers on an unconventional yet comedic ride. The third installment of the series, however, did not land as well as the first two. Rush Hour 3 grossed $ 258 million over the $ 140 million budget but fell short of its predecessors.

8. The Da Vinci Code (2006) Took The Thrill Out Of Thriller:


The film The Da Vinci Code is based on the book by Dan Brown of the same name. It has conspiracies, dramas and is filled with a mystery that keeps the reader in suspense. Unfortunately, the creators did not manage to effectively present these things in the film adaptation. However, the film was a commercial success that grossed $ 760 million against a budget of $ 125 million.

7. Grown-Ups (2010) Has The Same Overused Plot:


This movie sees Adam Sander in a different type of cast as he tries to meet up with his old basketball teammates for the July Fourth celebration – that sums up the whole plot of the movie. It leaves audiences with the same streak of single-lineage and positive message that can be seen in many American comedies for which Adam Sandler was cast before. The film grossed $ 271.4 million in worldwide sales, however critics weren’t impressed with the plot it had.

6. 2012 (2009) Went Overboard With Its Visual Effects:


2012 is a film about the end of the world. It depicts the journey of a failed writer trying to keep his family safe while everything around him ends. The idea for the film was quite interesting, but the creators did not manage to implement it. The film grossed $ 769 million against a budget of $ 200 million.

5. The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) Was An Obligatory Addition:


New Moon is the second film in the Twilight saga and follows the love triangle between Jacob Black, Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. The second installment did not do as well as the first installment, but nonetheless grossed $ 711 million against its $ 50 million budget.

4. Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) Lost The True Essence Of DC’s Superheroes:


Batman vs Superman was a bold move on DC’s part as they tried to make a match for Marvel movies. Despite the film grossing $ 873.6 million against a $ 250 million budget, many fans feel that they didn’t do a very good job with it.

3. Suicide Squad (2016) Did Not Live Up To Its Hype:


Suicide Squad had a unique concept of teaming up a group of villains to ward off another villain, rather than resorting to superheroes. The movie was highly anticipated based on the ad, but it was not delivered. Audiences, due to the hype of the film, assured that the film was a commercial success, grossing $ 746.8 billion against a $ 175 million budget.

2. A Good Day To Die Hard (2013) Replaced Its Script With Action Scenes:


A Good Day to Die is another addition to the already long list of unsuccessful sequels. It was created with the intention of continuing the legacy of the all-time classic Die Hard, but it did just the opposite. He grossed $ 304.6 million against a budget of $ 92 million, but failed to get an accurate response from audiences and critics.

1. Pearl Harbor (2001) Is Filled With Inaccuracies:


Pearl Harbor is a romantic war drama that gave poor coverage of the Pearl Harbor bombing. The film is considered a box office success as it grossed $ 449.2 million against a budget of $ 140 million, however, it is not as successful as it turns out to be.

So yes these are the 10 Movies That Are Considered Bad Even Though They Made a Profit. These indeed were total disaster movies according to fans even though they had massive earnings at the box office. So which among these is your worst movie of all time? Do feel free to leave your suggestions in the comments below !? Until then, keep reading Animated Times, the perfect place for you to get a closer look at the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, TV series or celebrity gossip, and much more; we have all of you covered. So keep reading animated times, guys, for more.

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