Biggest Losses at the Movie Box Office of All-Time


  1. Cutthroat Island (1995): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $146,947,958
  2. The Alamo (2004): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $134,784,016
  3. The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $134,396,524
  4. Sahara (2005): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $133,141,605
  5. The 13th Warrior (1999): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $125,887,312
  6. Town & Country (2001): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $115,352,672
  7. Speed Racer (2008): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $106,054,234
  8. Heaven’s Gate (1980): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $104,542,449
  9. Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $99,798,592
  10. Inchon (1982): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $89,870,942
  11. Treasure Planet (2002): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $83,833,389
  12. The Postman (1997): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $83,346,947
  13. Red Planet (2000): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $82,406,208
  14. Soldier (1998): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $78,912,404
  15. Gigli (2003): Net losses adjusted for inflation: $77,961,644
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About Terry Gale

I am Brand Story Director with the MarkBrand Group where I play a key role in the development of the Group's brand learning and coaching programs. I also have an extensive background in human resources and communications, including employer branding. I am an experienced presenter and speaker, as well as a writer and director in film and theatre.

Posted on December 21, 2010, in Movies, Pop Culture. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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