Worst Disney Movies of All Time

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25. Celtic Pride (1996)
> IMDb rating: 5.3
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 31
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $19.1 million
> Starring: Damon Wayans, Daniel Stern, Dan Aykroyd, Gail O’Grady

Judd Apatow and Colin Quinn co-wrote the script for this sports-themed comedy, which takes place during the NBA playoffs. Determined to swing the odds in their favor, two die-hard Celtic fans (Daniel Stern and Dan Aykroyd) kidnap the opposing team’s star player (Damon Wayans).

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24. My Favorite Martian (1999)
> IMDb rating: 5.1
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 30
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $66.7 million
> Starring: Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Daniels, Elizabeth Hurley, Daryl Hannah

A fledgling reporter (Jeff Daniels) lands the scoop of his dreams when he uncovers a visiting martian (Christopher Lloyd) in this family comedy. Despite a relatively talented cast, the film was both a critical and commercial disaster. It’s based on a 1960s TV series of the same name.

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23. Father Hood (1993)
> IMDb rating: 4.9
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 34
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $7.2 million
> Starring: Patrick Swayze, Halle Berry, Sabrina Lloyd, Brian Bonsall

Loosely inspired by actual events, this disjointed comedy stars Patrick Swayze as small-time crook Jack Charles. After breaking out of prison, Charles kidnaps his two children and takes them on a cross-country crime spree.

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22. Fire Birds (1990)
> IMDb rating: 4.8
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 35
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $32.0 million
> Starring: Nicolas Cage, Tommy Lee Jones, Sean Young, Bryan Kestner

This shameless “Top Gun” rip-off swaps out military jets for Apache helicopters and follows their pilots on a mission to South America. Negative reviews pointed to the film’s video game-style action sequences and its outdated Reagan-era philosophizing.

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21. Play It to the Bone (1999)
> IMDb rating: 5.5
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 25
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $15.3 million
> Starring: Woody Harrelson, Antonio Banderas, Lolita Davidovich, Marie Park

From the director of “White Men Can’t Jump” comes this forgotten sports dramedy, in which two aging boxers (Woody Harrelson and Antonio Banderas) step back into the ring. “As empty as a Don King pay-per-view bout,” wrote critic Lawrence Terenzi of Mr. Showbiz.