Worst Disney Movies of All Time

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15. The Tie That Binds (1995)
> IMDb rating: 5.0
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 32
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $12.1 million
> Starring: Daryl Hannah, Keith Carradine, Moira Kelly, Vincent Spano

“One of the sleaziest movies of the year and certainly the most unpleasant,” wrote critic Mike Clark of USA Today of this pulpy thriller. When their daughter is adopted by a loving couple, two ruthless criminals (Daryl Hannah and Keith Carradine) enact a plot to get her back.

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14. Gone Fishin’ (1997)
> IMDb rating: 4.9
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 37
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $39.4 million
> Starring: Joe Pesci, Danny Glover, Rosanna Arquette, Lynn Whitfield

Friends Joe Waters (Joe Pesci) and Gus Green (Danny Glover) just want to go fishing in this road trip comedy gone awry. Like its two main characters, the film underwent harrowing obstacles on its way to the big screen. Pesci and Glover reunited the following year in “Lethal Weapon 4.”

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13. An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)
> IMDb rating: 5.1
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 30
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $53.0 million
> Starring: Tom Everett Scott, Julie Delpy, Vince Vieluf, Phil Buckman

A sequel to the 1981 cult classic “An American Werewolf in London,” this horror comedy sets the action in Paris. It runs over similar ground as its predecessor but gets “lost in an orgy of special effects and general mayhem,” to quote critic Roger Ebert.

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12. Cold Creek Manor (2003)
> IMDb rating: 5.0
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 23
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $32.5 million
> Starring: Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis

A married couple (Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone) renovate their new country home to the chagrin of its former owner in this rote thriller. Numerous critics cited the film’s overuse of predictable plotlines and sub-genre cliches.

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11. Holy Man (1998)
> IMDb rating: 4.9
> Rotten tomatoes audience score: 24
> Worldwide ticket sales, adjusted for inflation: $23.6 million
> Starring: Eddie Murphy, Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Preston, Robert Loggia

TV evangelist G (Eddie Murphy) breathes new life into a home shopping network in this toothless turkey. Obvious satire is baked into the premise, making the film’s lack of bite all the more disappointing.