Box Office Losers

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Greg Rogers, Aug 21, 2002.

  1. Greg Rogers

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    With the recent disapointment of 'Pluto Nash' , I was wondering if anyone knows, or has a link to where I can find the biggest money losing movies of all time. An official chart would be great.
     
  2. Dave White

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  3. Greg Rogers

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    Thanks Dave, I appreciate the help.
    If anyone else knows of a chart that shows just the biggest money losers, it would help even more.
     
  4. Matt Stone

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    Not sure...but you could check www.boxofficemojo.com ...they are usually a good source for budget/box office info.
     
  5. Chris

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    Wow. Town & Country sure sucked it up..

    It's very misleading the budget on Disney's "Dinosaur" as most of the "budget" includes basically the replacement of almost 1/2 of all Disney animation computer equipment, which is hard to say just is the budget for one film, and as a capital expense is really difficult to use to call the film that way; they debated that when it came out as well..
     
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    Unfortunately I remember reading it was shut down due to Final Fantasy's poor showing at the box office.
     
  8. Jason Harbaugh

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    Looks like ID4 is the best performer for a big budget movie in terms of returns.

    Interesting stats none-the-less.
     

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