Interesting, but I’m not sure it’s fair to call films that grossed over $70 million as “box office bombs.” When a film loses money because it’s budget was ludicrously high, it should be called a back-office bomb!
I saw about three-quarters of those in the theater. I liked a lot of them. Some of them probably did okay financially after DVD sales. Hard to know, the Hollywood financiers are masters of numbers manipulation.
@moondrake Agreed. After rentals, DVD and digital sales and subsequent licensing for premium channels (HBO, STARZ, Showtime, etc), then eventually non-premium pay channels and broadcast TV, I suspect several of those films did reasonably well.