What Were the Biggest Box Office Bombs of 2012?

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2012 was a good year for movies. 'The Avengers' broke a lot of records ($623 million and counting) and 'The Dark Knight Rises' and 'The Hunger Games' didn't do so shabby either. But for every film that made a lot of money, there are a bunch of movies who didn't exactly do so well.

Forbes put together a list of the biggest box office bombs of 2012. According to their site, they "used data from Box Office Mojo to see which films earned the smallest percentage of their budgets at the box office." And surprisingly 'Battleship' is not on this list. So what notable flops made the list? Check 'em out below.

  • 10

    'Red Tails'

    Box Office: $50 million / Budget: $58 million

  • 9

    'Premium Rush'

    Box Office: $29 million / Budget: $35 million

  • 8

    'That's My Boy'

    Box Office: $57 million / Budget: $70 million

  • 7

    'People Like Us'

    Box Office: $12 million / Budget: $16 million

  • 6

    'Rock of Ages'

    Box Office: $56 million / Budget: $74 million

  • 5

    'Wanderlust'

    Box Office: $21 million / Budget: $30 million

  • 4

    'Big Miracle'

    Box Office: $25 million / Budget: $40 million

  • 3

    'Dredd 3D'

    Box Office: $28 million / Budget: $50 million

  • 2

    'A Thousand Words'

    Box Office: $20 million / Budget: $40 million

  • 1

    'Oogieloves'

    Box Office: $1 million / Budget: $20 million

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