Failing Best film of the year

• failing Best film of the year

June behind, passed for six months - it's time to sum up the interim results. Today we see the first losers rolled. Some of them have failed so miserably that his sound will terrify the studio accountants more than one year.

Recall that a conditional payback pattern is when it gathers in worldwide box office total of twice as large as its budget. Therefore, do not be confused by movies that have numbers in the column on the world charges slightly exceed the figures in the budget.

Generally, before the box office failure of all equal - Robert Zemeckis and Nikita Mikhalkov, homegrown advertiser-addict and overseas superhero. So do not judge strictly ...

Mars Needs Moms

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Simon Wells

Budget: $ 150 million

World fees: $ 39 million

Your Highness

Failing Best film of the year

Director: David Gordon Green

Budget: $ 50 million

World fees: $ 24, 6 million

Arthur. Ideal millionaire

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Jason Winer Budget: $ 40 million

World fees: $ 45, 7

Nutcracker

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Andron Konchalovsky

Budget: $ 90 million

World fees: $ 14, 7 million

Green Lantern

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Martin Campbell

Budget: $ 200 million

World fees: rental proceeds are projected $ 250-260 million

shepherd

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Scott Charles Stewart

Budget: $ 60 million

World fees: $ 75, 1 million

Sucker Punch

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Zack Snyder

Budget: $ 82 million

World fees: $ 89, 1 million

Generation P

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Victor Ginzburg

Budget: $ 7 million

World fees: $ 4, 4 million

Beaver

Failing Best film of the year

Director: Jodie Foster

Budget: $ 21 million

World fees: Less than $ 1 million

Burnt by the Sun 2. The Citadel

Failing Best film of the year

Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov

Budget: $ 20, 5 million

World fees: $ 1, 5 million