Top 9 Worst Movies Where People Wanted Their Money Back

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"Jack and Jill" is notorious for being among the worst films of all time, winning all 10 categories at the Razzie Awards and being a commercial failure, making it a low point in Adam Sandler's career.

Jack and Jill (2011)

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The film's plot, which closely mirrored that of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," was poorly executed, resulting in both commercial and critical failure.

Mac and Me (1988)

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The second installment of the Daddy Day Care trilogy, also known as Daddy Day Camp and featuring Cuba Gooding, Jr., is considered one of the worst comedies of all time, with a 1% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Daddy Day Camp (2007)

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The 2017 remake of "Flatliners," which follows medical students testing the limits of life and death, was a commercial failure and received negative reviews, in contrast to the original 1990 film, which has since become a cult classic.

Flatliners (2017)

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Despite its dazzling visual effects, the film adaptation of the Mortal Kombat 3 video game failed to meet expectations and left audiences underwhelmed.

Mortal Kombat Annihilation (1997)

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The star-studded ensemble musical film adaptation of the long-running Broadway show was disappointing in dialogue, sets, and costuming, despite the talented cast, and even Andrew Lloyd Webber, the creator of the stage play, refused to endorse it.

Cats (2019)

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The film adaptation of Stephen King's "The Dark Tower" was a failure due to the unsuccessful attempt to condense a multiple-book series into a 90-minute film, despite Idris Elba's praised performance.

The Dark Tower (2017)

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The disappointing sequel to "The Mask," featuring Jamie Kennedy instead of Jim Carrey in the title role, lacked the comedic brilliance and energy of its predecessor, leaving fans thoroughly let down.

Son of The Mask (2005)

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The fourth and final installment of the Jaws movie franchise is a clear example that not all sequels are on par with the original and that filmmakers should refrain from attempting to extend classic films like Jaws.

Jaws: The Revenge (1987)