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1. 'Alexander'

Oliver Stone is notorious for being a control freak when it comes to his films, but when Warner Brothers handed him a budget of $200 million to make a movie about Alexander the Great, they wanted just as much say in the finished product. The contentious relationship resulted in a disjointed would-be epic that fell flat with critics and audiences alike. Alexander never quite made it after the bad word of mouth and it fell short of breaking even by $40 mil.