Batman Forever was the first film to gain this amount of money during the opening weekend, though it was beaten two years later by The Lost World, which managed to make 70 million on its opening day.Although Batman Forever was a success, it received mixed reviews from critics.
And now, for your delectation, we have the results of the worst movies ever made poll.
From the disappointing to the bad to the downright offensive, here is a pile of sick filth that should be banned if the BBFC ever start assessing narrative coherence and filmmaking skill. The one where Spidey went dark, we got three villains for the price of one as a lump of unexplained space goo drives Peter Parker to the eyeliner drawer.
Three villains might've been a good thing had they not trampled all over each other's screentime and narrative coherence.
Thirty years later, Horning Wire went broke and could not pay Phelps Dodge, which it owed 2,000.
Phelps Dodge demanded that Schumacher Electric make good on its guaranty.