Everyone hated these infamous 19 movies except their stars

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CGI-heavy live-action adaptation of the musical the cats It was heavily criticized after its release, but star Jennifer Hudson did not agree with this criticism. “I think it was a little overwhelming. Too bad it was misunderstood. I think later on people will see it differently. But it’s something I’m still very proud of and grateful to be a part of. Yes, I gotta be Grizabella the glamor cat!”

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Costar Jason Derulo similarly defended the film, saying, “Anytime you defy the rules, there’s going to be some backtracking, obviously” and calling it “a remarkable piece of art done by some of the best people in the world.”

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Rebel Wilson called it “such an art film”, adding that while she wished it had done better at the box office, it could later become a classic.

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2019’s Hellboy It was not well received, but its co-star, David Harbor, felt that people were too harsh in the film. “We’ve done our best,” he said, “but there’s a lot of voice that goes into this stuff and it won’t always work.” “I’ve done what I can do and feel proud of what I’ve done, but ultimately I’m not in control of a lot of these things. … However, it also has major problems. I think as a rental or as a movie you see on an airplane, I think you’d be like, “Oh that was fun,” because it’s a fun movie, and I think it’s been unfairly beaten as a result of these comparisons [to Marvel films]. “

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Costar Milla Jovovich also defended the film, writing on Instagram, “All of my radioactive films have been panned” and “You work so hard to make something interesting and interesting and you have to internalize negative comments by film critics, but hey! This is showbiz baby.” She also claimed he was like many of her previous films, Hellboy It will become a cult classic due to the talent of the participants.

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While Ryan Reynolds has openly criticized his movie the green Lantern Over the years, he recently saw it for the first time and had some positive things to say. “Honestly, this cast is incredible,” he wrote, along with “There are a lot of heavy hitters in the movie. It’s not always used in the right way…but still…heavy hitters.” he is ended b Aviation genie may be talking, but #GreenLantern was nothing to fear! Hundreds of amazing cast and cast members did an amazing job – and while it’s not perfect, it’s no tragedy. Next time I won’t wait a decade until Watch.”

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Highly anticipated suicide squad It became a huge disappointment after its premiere, but one of the film’s stars, Joel Kinnaman (who would go on to reprise the role in the Suicide Squad), also defended the film: “You always hope for good reviews,” said Kinnaman. But in a movie like suicide squadHe really only has ambitions to entertain. There are no big political aspirations about the movie. Don’t take itself too seriously. The only way she takes herself seriously is by portraying these characters in an honest way. I really think we did, and I’m proud of my work and everyone else’s work on that movie, too.”

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Talking about her past failures in 2015, J.Lo highlighted her box office failure in 2003. lilies He joked to Seth Meyers, “There are worse movies out there lilies There, okay? As the film’s release date approaches, Lopez said she doesn’t see the film the same way other people do. “I measure my success by whether or not I’ve done my job and how well I’ve done it. For me, I consider this film to be successful in this sense. I went in there with a certain amount of material that I could work with. I did my best. When I step away from a movie thinking, “You know what, I kind of called this” — which, thank God, I never do — this When I consider myself a failure.”

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Its co-star, Ben Affleck, also defended the film at the time, while acknowledging that it didn’t work as a whole. “I think there’s good action in it, scene by scene. I think the acting is good — it’s a different character for me.”

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Jupiter Ascendant It was famously criticized for its nonsensical story, but Sean Penn, who appears in the film, called it “original” and “bold”, saying that the Wachowskis are “ahead of their time”. “I think those are the shortcomings of people who don’t understand that versus any shortcomings in what the Wachowskis tried to achieve,” he said. “People don’t understand… this is their loss.”

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After the superhero movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice It was panned by critics, and star Henry Cavill noted that it only mattered what the audience thought. “Because it’s the ones who buy the tickets, they’re the ones who want to see more of this kind of story or not. So the audience is louder, and after this weekend, the audience will at least partly be speaking.” He later said, after a lukewarm response from the audience, “I think the film is part of an arc of what Snyder’s vision was – or is – and it’s also, in my mind, fairly appropriate. It’s a niche approach to film within a genre. It’s reflected in audience reviews and critics’ reviews. It’s something Divisive. When anything is convenient, some will love and others will hate. That’s the whole point of prestige.”

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His co-star, Ben Affleck, called the film “the biggest hit.” [his] Profession, “allegedly,” was not necessarily judged on execution so much as on her accent. People seemed to want to have a lighter tone for the movie, and I thought that was interesting because it’s personal. Tone is not a qualitative thing. It is subjective, right? Some tones resonate with me that may not resonate with you. And the tone of the movie was really parallel to Frank Miller’s book [The Dark Knight Returns]which I liked and thought was cool.”

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Mike Myers’ career suffered a sharp downturn after his critically acclaimed film, love expert. But, he said in a 2014 interview, “There’s a lot about this movie that I loved,” adding that he “tried [his] harder. Myers continued, “I just make things up, and sometimes they work out really well.” But there’s a lot in this comedy that I’m really proud of. I fully realize he hasn’t met an audience.”

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Taylor Kitsch said he was “incredibly proud” of starring as the titular character in the series John Carter, despite the film’s poor performance at the box office and reviews. He said, “I don’t consider it a failure.” “I know personally that I did literally everything I could do John Carter. … That is why I prepare so hard, and why I push myself so hard, that I have no regrets. If I make $10 at the box office, I’m still doing everything I can. Literally, no one would stress me out like that.”

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water world It was a disappointment upon release, but star Kevin Costner denies it was a “low point” for him, fans say, though he admits it could have had a better conclusion. “The thing I do know is that I’ve never had to stand taller for a movie while most of them were going the other way. The movie, with all its flaws, was a joy to me… It was a joy to look back on and take part in… I’m not sure you know how You like the movie all over the world.”

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He also defended the bad review Postman: “You know, listen, the movie is what it is when it comes out, and he has a chance to revisit it. I was always proud of that.”

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Pierce Brosnan was mercilessly mocked for his singing Hey Mom !, But he has no regrets about his performance in the musical. “I got a platinum album to sing you know, so damn grudges!” he said, speaking of the success of the film’s cast album. “I got to sing with Meryl Streep! It was the last thing I expected but I kind of got it. She got the joke, the karaoke of the whole thing. They didn’t hire me to sing but I loved it anyway.” Brosnan went on to reprise his role (and sing again) in the film’s sequel.

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When K-19: The Widow Maker Becoming a disappointment at the box office, his co-star Harrison Ford offered an explanation: “This is a very unconventional movie for American cinema. It’s not a movie of cowboys and Indians, a movie of good guys/bad guys. It doesn’t rely on the usual devices of submarine movies. These are guys fighting against,” Ford said. An enemy hidden and cunning that no other country represents. It is more complex and perhaps a little more difficult for an audience. I think this film may find an easier reception in Europe and in other parts of the world than it did in the summer of 2002 in the United States.”

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Finally, Nicolas Cage defended all of his failings, including the direct-to-VOD (Video On Demand) movies he appeared in during the mid-2010s, such as Arsenal And the Chain of murder. While he admits he did too many films in those years to avoid having to file for bankruptcy, and says he took straight-to-VOD movies because he stopped getting offers for theatrically released films, he says he still sticks by all of his work. “When I was shooting four films a year, back-to-back, I still had to find something in it to give my all. They didn’t all work. … But I never got in touch with it. So if there’s a misconception, it is.” That I was just doing it and I didn’t care. I used to care.”

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