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Drew 2 year s ago
All those movies are terrible.
       
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Candace 2 year s ago
Drew, Valerian was okay-ish. But agreed.
       
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Josey 2 year s ago
Drew,
oh dear.. i just realized you are right....
       
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Joanna 2 year s ago
#13 Based on Phillip Pullmans Trilogy "His Dark Materials." It's more (and openly) anti Catholic Church rather than anti-Christian. This was a good film and the series is good too. Reminds me, I must re-watch Ken Russell's "The Devils."
       
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Dosia 2 year s ago
The first Pacific Rim was great the second, terrible as [email protected]#k
       
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Greg 2 year s ago
Dosia,

John Boyega is not as great as he thinks he is.
       
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Valerie 2 year s ago
In Time is quite a good movie. Definitly underrated.
       
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Roberta 2 year s ago
well these movies pander to the chinese which never do well in the US.
       
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Nick 2 year s ago
Just another proof that non americans have a better taste dance3
       
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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

US Box Office: $241.1 million

International Box Office: $804.6 million

It probably doesn’t seem like “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” belongs on this list, but a closer look reveals the 2011 film had a $250 million production budget — which is higher than its US box office results. Part of a long-running film franchise starring Johnny Depp, its overwhelming international success likely green-lighted the 2017 film “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”

 

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