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The biggest movie flops of the 2010s

Yardbarker Logo By Jeremy Smith of Yardbarker | Slide 1 of 31: Before we delve into this shamelessly entertaining subject, let's pause to remember that making movies is an arduous task. It requires the blood, sweat and tears of hundreds of artists and crew members, and while you shouldn't mourn too hard because they tend to be well compensated for their labor at the studio level, no one wants to think they're going to work every day on a piece of garbage. And there's never been a screenwriter or a director who took a gig thinking, "I'm going to lose the studio tens of millions of dollars on this dreck, and I don't care!" At some point in the development of these 30 movies, there was hope. But at the end of the road, there was pain. Some of these films deserved to fail. Some did not. In any event break out your abacuses, and let's get to calculating the damage.

The biggest movie flops of the 2010s

Before we delve into this shamelessly entertaining subject, let's pause to remember that making movies is an arduous task. It requires the blood, sweat and tears of hundreds of artists and crew members, and while you shouldn't mourn too hard because they tend to be well compensated for their labor at the studio level, no one wants to think they're going to work every day on a piece of garbage. And there's never been a screenwriter or a director who took a gig thinking, "I'm going to lose the studio tens of millions of dollars on this dreck, and I don't care!" At some point in the development of these 30 movies, there was hope. But at the end of the road, there was pain. Some of these films deserved to fail. Some did not. In any event break out your abacuses, and let's get to calculating the damage.

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