10 Most Disappointing Big Budget Movies

Karl Marx famously contended for a materialist foundation of analysis – that is, money determines everything.

Perhaps the picture is more complicated than that?



This was not meant to be a comedy, but check out the quote on the DVD packaging.

Two bottom-tier lounge singers score a gig in a Moroccan hotel and somehow become caught up in a profound and far-reaching international conspiracy. It had the highest budget of any movie made in 1987, costing $30 million to make, yet it didn’t even return half of that at the box office.

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