Even if you throw a hundred million dollars at a movie, it won't necessarily make it any good. But since many of Hollywood's worst stinkers still go on to rake in massive profits, does it really matter?
In a world where a single film can end an acting career or have production companies crying over their bank statements, it's usually more important to get bums on theatre seats than create a carefully-sculpted artistic masterpiece.
Here we explore 12 movies of recent years that (if we're being frank) completely sucked, but still managed to pull in almost inexplicable revenues. The following are either the work of some incredibly clever marketing gurus, or they hold up a mirror to how gullible we all are��_