Only 50 feature films in history have ever managed to make at least $1 billion at the box office starring James Cameron Avatar: The Way of Water guaranteed to hit 51 sooner rather than later, but only one can lay claim to being the worst member of the 10-figure club. As things stand, the dubious credit goes to Michael Bay Transformers: Age of Extinctionand totally deserves it.
In the half-century of films that have entered the illustrious club, not one has managed to do worse on Rotten Tomatoes than the 17 percent that Bay achieved at the top of the franchise for the fourth time. Actually, Jurassic World Dominion is second to last on the aggregation side, but with a 29 percent rating, it’s miles ahead of Mark Wahlberg’s horrid debut as an Autobot sympathizer.
Almost eight and a half years have passed since then Age of Annihilation It managed to rake in a small fortune in theaters, despite being panned determinedly by almost everyone unfortunate enough to have witnessed all 165 of its soul-crushing minutes firsthand, but at least one scathing Reddit thread has it pointed out that there won’t be a nostalgically tinged workup anytime soon.
bay transformers Blockbusters got worse and worse with each new episode, but audiences finally saw when The Last Knight arrived, with revenue dropping nearly $500 million between its fourth and fifth entries. Age of Annihilation is absolutely unfortunate, a sentiment thankfully still shared among modern film fans, and it might be a while before anything even more outrageous comes along to break the billion mark.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/opinion-on-the-worst-reviewed-billion-dollar-hit-in-history-unsurprisingly-hasnt-softened-over-time/ Opinion about the worst billion-dollar hit of all time hasn’t died down one bit