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TOP 10 Box Office Flops of Summer 2013

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It's been said that big movie stars can make or break a movie. But sometimes, no matter how much money and talent you pour into a film, the end result doesn't justify the cost. Every year, there is a release that has been talked about for ages, and when it finally opens in cinemas, it doesn't exceed the public's expectations.

Take for example one of this summer's biggest Box Office flops: The Lone Ranger. It's performance was so bad, that Disney decided to cut down the budget on all of its big future productions, including Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

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Anyway, watch the following TOP 10 Box Office Flops of Summer 2013 and let me know which movie did worst.

Criteria for the TOP 10 below: Movies with huge budgets and and significantly low turnovers.




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