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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 ()


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The following list of box-office bombs is based on the amount of money the film lost. The worldwide box-office grosses are subtracted from the production cost, distribution, and marketing costs, where available.

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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