Top 10 Worst Grossing Movies Of All Time And Important Facts

1. “Zyzzyx Road” (2006) – This independent thriller starring Tom Sizemore and Katherine Heigl grossed a mere $30 at the box office, making it one of the lowest-grossing films of all time.
2. “The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure” (2012) – This children’s film grossed just $1,065,907 at the box office, despite having a budget of $20 million.
3. “U.F.O.” (2018) – This sci-fi film starring Gillian Anderson and Alex Sharp grossed only $274 at the box office, making it a major flop.
4. “The Devil Inside” (2012) – This horror film grossed $101.7 million worldwide, but its poor critical reception and word of mouth caused it to drop quickly, making it one of the worst performing films in terms of audience retention.
5. “The Marksman” (2021) – This action-thriller starring Liam Neeson grossed just $31.6 million at the box office, one of the lowest-grossing films of Neeson’s career.
6. “Disaster Movie” (2008) – This parody film grossed just $34.8 million worldwide, a far cry from the success of similar films like “Scary Movie.”
7. “The Room” (2003) – Although it gained a cult following for its unintentionally hilarious dialogue and poor production values, “The Room” grossed only $1,900 during its initial theatrical run.
8. “United Passions” (2014) – This FIFA-funded biopic about the history of the organization grossed just $918 at the box office, despite having a budget of around $30 million.
9. “I Kissed a Vampire” (2012) – This musical comedy film grossed just $354 at the box office, making it one of the lowest-grossing films of all time.
10. “Love on a Leash” (2011) – This romantic comedy about a woman who falls in love with a man who is actually a dog in human form grossed just $35 at the box office, one of the worst performances for a film in recent history.
Important facts:
– Low grossing films often suffer from poor marketing, critical reception, and lack of audience interest.
– Independent films, low-budget productions, and poorly received sequels are more likely to perform poorly at the box office.
– Some films, like “The Room” and “Disaster Movie,” have gained cult followings despite their poor box office performance.

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