10 Fan Favourite Movies of This Decade That Bombed at The Box Office

Fan Favourite Movies of This Decade:

No one can predict the Box Office Success of a movie as sometimes even the best of movies fail to perform at the Box office. The movie industry is a ruthless place and these ten movies prove it. These movies are loved by the fans immensely but unfortunately, they bombed at the Box Office and it is a shame.

#1: Predestination (2014)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $44k

Total U.S. Box Office: $68k

Worldwide Box Office: $4.8 million

Predestination is one of the best sci-fi movies of all time and it deserves a lot more recognition. This movie will mess up your mind (in a good way) as they handle time travel very intelligently. The movie is very original and often dark.

#2: The Hunt (2012)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $43k

Total U.S. Box Office: $613k

Worldwide Box Office: $16.7 million

The Hunt is a very compelling movie starring Mads Mikkelsen as Lucas and his performance will leave you speechless. You will genuinely fear for Lucas’ safety while watching the movie and there are only a handful of movies that can make you feel this way.

#3: Blue is the Warmest Color (2013)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $100k

Total U.S. Box Office: $2.2 million

Worldwide Box Office: $7.3 million

Blue is the Warmest Color is a very honest movie and it is one of the most emotionally intense movies of the decade. The film features the heart-touching love story of Adele, a young girl who discovers her homosexuality. This movie will change your view of love.

#4: The Babadook (2014)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $30k

Total U.S. Box Office: $964k

Worldwide Box Office: $10 million

The Babadook is a creepy horror movie that does not rely on jump scares or loud noises. It is a very sad movie about a woman who is haunted by the Babadook after his husband passes. This movie will disturb you psychologically.

#5: Buried (2010)

U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $100k

Total U.S. Box Office: $1 million

Worldwide Box Office: $19 million

Buried is a very simple movie, done exceptionally. The movie mainly focuses only on one character and one location. As the name suggests, this movie will make you claustrophobic for the rest of your lives.

#6: Enemy (2013)

U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $16k

Total U.S. Box Office: $1 million

Worldwide Box Office: $3.3 million

Enemy is a very underrated movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal. It is a disturbing psychological thriller that is loaded with symbolism and deeper themes. Without spoiling, we can only say that watch this movie with an open mind.

#7: Legend (2015)

U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $86k

Total U.S. Box Office: $1.8 million

Worldwide Box Office: $43 million

Tom Hardy carries this movie on his shoulders alone as he gives a fantastic performance in Legend. Tom Hardy plays dual roles in this movie, but you will forget about that as he plays both the characters fantastically.

#8: Tucker and Dale Vs Evil (2010)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $53k

Total U.S. Box Office: $223k

Worldwide Box Office: $4.7 million

Tucker and Dale Vs Evil is a hidden gem and a must-see. This movie will make you laugh your heart out. The movie is incredibly funny and also has a lot of blood. It is one of the best horror-comedies of recent times.

#9: We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011)

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U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $24k

Total U.S. Box Office: $1.7 million

Worldwide Box Office:  $6 million

We need to talk about Kevin is a brilliant and disturbing thriller and it is a shame that it was not nominated for the Oscars. The acting and direction are flawless, but the best aspect of this movie is the script.

#10: Locke (2013)

U.S. Domestic Opening Weekend: $81k

Total U.S. Box Office: $1.3 million

Worldwide Box Office: $5 million

Tom Hardy continues to impress us as he delivers another magnificent performance in Locke. The movie can be classified as a character study and we are certain that you will think about this movie for years.

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