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The 25 Biggest Box Office Bombs of All Time Adjusted for Inflation

By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | August 15, 2011 | Comments ()


The numbers in parenthesis indicate how much money the films lost in 2011 dollars.

25. Hudson Hawk ($78 million)

24. Beloved ($79 million)

23. Ishtar ($80.4 million)

22. Around the World in 80 Days (2004) ($80.7 million)

21. Gigli ($81 million)

20. The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle ($83.1 million)

19. Soldier ($83.6 million)

18. Monkeybone ($86.6 million)

17. Red Planet ($86.9 million)

16. The Postman ($87 million)

15. Treasure Planet (2002) ($86 million)

14. Raise the Titanic (1980) ($90 million)

13. Inchon ($95 million)

12. Battlefield Earth ($96 million)

11. Supernova ($98 million)

10. Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (c$104 million)

9. Heaven's Gate ($110 million)

8. Speed Racer ($110 million)

7. Town and Country ($120 million)

6. The 13th Warrior ($132 million)

5. Mars Needs Moms ($136 million)

4. Sahara ($140 million)

3. The Adventures of Pluto Nash ($141.1 million)

2. The Alamo (2004) ($141.8 million)

1. Cutthroat Island ($142 million)




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