No. 5: "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" -- $309 Million
Here is a film that suffers because it comes on the heels of the first two entertaining "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies. And as the third in the original trilogy, it was also responsible for tying together all the loose ends.

While it does do that, it does so in terrifically disjointed fashion. And in a film that lives by its special effects, humor and fun, a twist-and-turn storyline is a big, clashing mistake. What the heck was going on in this thing anyway?! Who were the good guys?

Though some may not care because it still "looked cool," it made it impossible for anyone interested in plot to get sucked in. All the cool-looking stuff that was happening required a distracting, "Why?"

And hey, how did what's-her-name's legs always stay shaved?