So far in 2015, several films have succeeded at the Box Office, like Jurassic World, the latest installment of the Avengers Saga, and Fast and Furious 7. Even though these were a huge success in the theaters, there are other productions which the audience didn’t approve.
Danny Boyle’s ‘Steve Jobs’, the biopic of Apple’s co-founder, was critically acclaimed and received an outstanding ranking on RottenTomatoes.com, but it didn’t create a connection with the crowds. The film was dropped from most theaters weeks before planned.
‘Jem and the Holograms’ put out a trailer that didn’t cause much awe, and its debut weekend was a disaster.
Critics tore to pieces the comedy ‘Rock the Kasbah’ and the movie-goers had nothing but apathy towards the film. This is one of Bill Murray’s least successful films.
Vin Diesel’s ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ will “bore and/or confuse all but the least demanding action-fantasy fans.” according to Rotten Tomatoes.
The super production ‘Pan’ was an epic failure, regardless of Hugh Jackman and Rooney Mara’s performances.
Critics’ response to Guillermo Del Toro’s horror flick ‘Crimson Peak’ was not matched by its report at the box office. (The film has a 70% rating on RT).
The animated film ‘Shaun the Sheep’ had all the right ingredients to be a hit, except for the ticket sales.
‘The Walk’, by Robert Zemeckis and actor Joseph Gordon Levitt, despite of being acclaimed by the film critics it didn’t skyrocket in box office success.
Who asked for a sequel to ‘Hot Tub Machine’?
And last but not least, Zac Efron’s DJ story ‘We Are Your Friends’ wasn’t just 2015’s worst movie premiere: it was the third worst movie debut in history.