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These Are the 25 Biggest Summer Blockbuster Flops of All Time

GOBankingRates Logo By Michelle Smith of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 26: <p>For a lot of people, summer and movies go hand-in-hand. But as every experienced movie-goer knows, some summer flicks aren't worth the ticket price or the time. </p><p>This summer, for example, the horror movie "A Cure For Wellness" seems to be destined for a box office belly flop. The movie has brought in $26.6 million in worldwide sales but cost $40 million to make. Then, there's "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword," which cost $300 million to make and market, according to the New York Times, but has received poor reviews and made just $130.6 million worldwide.</p><p>To help keep you savvy at the theater, we put together a list of the biggest summer blockbuster flops from the last 25 years. The movies on this list were among the lowest-earning films of major production studios released between the first Friday in May and Labor Day weekend in their respective years, according to Box Office Mojo, a website that tracks box office revenue.</p><p>Click through to see which summer movies fell flat, then check out their polar opposite: <a href="https://www.gobankingrates.com/personal-finance/biggest-summer-blockbusters-past-years/">the highest-grossing summer movies</a>.</p>

For a lot of people, summer and movies go hand-in-hand. But as every experienced movie-goer knows, some summer flicks aren't worth the ticket price or the time.

This summer, for example, the horror movie "A Cure For Wellness" seems to be destined for a box office belly flop. The movie has brought in $26.6 million in worldwide sales but cost $40 million to make. Then, there's "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword," which cost $300 million to make and market, according to the New York Times, but has received poor reviews and made just $130.6 million worldwide.

To help keep you savvy at the theater, we put together a list of the biggest summer blockbuster flops from the last 25 years. The movies on this list were among the lowest-earning films of major production studios released between the first Friday in May and Labor Day weekend in their respective years, according to Box Office Mojo, a website that tracks box office revenue.

Click through to see which summer movies fell flat, then check out their polar opposite: the highest-grossing summer movies.

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