Worst Disney Movies of All Time

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40. Bad Company (2002)
> IMDb rating: 5.6
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 35
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $109.2 million
> Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Chris Rock, Peter Stormare, Gabriel Macht

Featuring big-name talent both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, this action comedy nevertheless fails to rise above its many contrivances. Chris Rock plays small-time hustler Jake Hayes, who assumes the identity of his dead twin brother for a deadly CIA mission.

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39. Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend (1985)
> IMDb rating: 5.1
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 38
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $36.8 million
> Starring: William Katt, Sean Young, Patrick McGoohan, Julian Fellowes

In this dark adventure fantasy, a married couple must protect a baby brontosaurus from deadly hunters. Creatives brought the dinosaur to life using a combination of animatronics and puppetry. “No plot, no heart, no soul,” wrote critic Marie Mahoney for the Austin Chronicle.

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38. Breakfast of Champions (1999)
> IMDb rating: 4.6
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 32
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $0.3 million
> Starring: Bruce Willis, Nick Nolte, Albert Finney, Barbara Hershey

Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s iconic novel laid the groundwork for this messy adaptation, which quickly loses the plot. An erratic portrait of small-town American life, the movie depicts quirky characters in various states of mental disarray.

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37. Another Stakeout (1993)
> IMDb rating: 5.6
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 28
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $44.5 million
> Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez, Rosie O’Donnell, Dennis Farina

Despite the return of all the major players — including director John Badham — this shoddy sequel suffers from a case of cash-grab-itis. Rosie O’Donnell brings her unique energy to the fold as an assistant district attorney, who joins Detectives Leece (Richard Dreyfuss) and Reimers (Emilio Estevez) on their latest stakeout.

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36. Man of the House (1995)
> IMDb rating: 5.3
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 33
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $84.3 million
> Starring: Chevy Chase, Farrah Fawcett, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, George Wendt

A lawyer (Chevy Chase) is up against two foes in this campy comedy. One of them is his girlfriend’s son (Jonathan Taylor Thomas), and the other is a deadly criminal on the path for revenge. Were this movie released a full decade earlier, Chase might have been able to make it slightly less terrible.