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5 Movies That Ruined The Directors’ Reputation

Some movies bring a lot of Laurence for everyone, but while some of them fail miserably on the box-office. Directors play the major role in filming the movie, so they are the first one who have to have the criticism if the movie fails. Here are 5┬áMovies That Ruined The Directors’ Reputation

1) Paul Verhoeven “Showgirls” (1995)

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Paul Verhoeven a dutch director earned a critical praise with his work on the DC before finally breaking out of the box with a string of commercial successes. The films like Robocop and Total Recall seem to make him the go-to director for smart satirical action movies, but with the release of Showgirls in 1995. The film was poorly received for its tone and over-the-top sexual antics.

2) Cameron Crowe “Aloha” (2015)

Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams film a scene together for their new movie on the beach in Oahu, Hawaii, on Nov. 6, 2013. The actors were working on a film for the Untitled Cameron Crowe movie about a military contractor reconnecting with a long-ago love while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog assigned to him.

Everyone liked classic Cameron Crowe flicks like almost famous say anything and Jerry Maguire but the creative director hit the wall with the film Aloha. This Romantic comedy movie starring Bradley Cooper couldn’t hit the box-office, and received many criticisms.

3) Oliver Stone “Alexander” (2004)

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It could be argued that no director has tackled the war movie like Oliver stone did. The director continued to elevate the wartime stories to art with a string of memorable pictures on the subject including platoon and born on the fourth of July shot. The movie “Alexander” based on emperor Alexander resulted in a horrific movie might be because of the multiple cuts and edits.

4) Josh Trank “Fantastic 4” (2015)

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Director Josh Trank was relatively new comer to the scene when he was hired to direct the movie, a big budget reboot of Marvels Fantastic for a franchise.

5) Judd Apatow “The 40-year-old Virgin” (2005)

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In order to be more attractive towards the ladies, Steve Carell goes for a chest waxing at his friend’s suggestion. Carell volunteered to actually have his bare chest bear wax ignorant of how insanely painful it would be.

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