There are bad movies. Then there movies so bad that the distributors decide that enough is enough and pull the movies from theaters. Over the years, there have been a select few movies that had to go through this ignominy. Universally panned, by critics and audiences alike, these movies couldn’t even survive the first weekend. And if you were thinking that only small movies have to suffer the fate of being removed, then you are wrong. You will notice that this list of terrible movies has some of the biggest names from Johnny Depp to Ben Affleck on them.
10. Swept Away (2002)
Guy Ritchie made the huge mistake of remaking the classic Lina Wertmuller film, then made a greater mistake casting his wife, Madonna as the elitist shipwrecked with a servant. They fall in lust, then love, she bending to his will, but it is hardly believable. It is in fact downright appalling and embarrassing. It might be the worst performance of her career, she has been terrible so often, and the most terrible remake of all time. Made at budget of $10 million, the film only grossed $598,645 at the box office.