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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies you forgot were big hits.

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  • For this list, we'll be looking at films that the general public may not remember.

  • We're big box office successes.

  • These flicks don't need to have been critically well received or well liked by the public.

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  • Long as they made at least double their budget, they'll be considered.

  • What movie did you forget was kind of a big deal?

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  • Stuart Little And that's George, your brother.

  • Look, he's already happy to see me many and nineties Kid will remember this adaptation of the E.

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  • But do they remember it raking in the dough to the tune of $300 million?

  • Say they're really putting some wild prices in there.

  • How?

  • Monty, since we've gotten plenty of live Action CG hybrid, since it's easy to forget when the combination was nothing to Scott that the script was also co written by M.

  • Night Shyamalan.

  • Yes, you heard that right and came out hot on the heels of his even bigger hit, The Sixth Sense.

  • I see Dead People, released in December of that year.

  • Stewart Little essentially had a chokehold on the family market during the holiday season.

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  • Can you help me?

  • Can you turn this thing off?

  • Why would I turn it off?

  • It's my favorite show.

  • Its success ensured that we'd get a sequel, although that one was not nearly as much of a hit.

  • Number nine.

  • Safe House.

  • Yeah, things ain't a test.

  • This is the real thing.

  • Much like Liam Neeson, Denzel Washington has built himself up as quite the bankable middle aged action star.

  • Between projects like Deja Vu and the Equalizer movies, Washington starred in the surprisingly successful and yet forgettable Safe House in 2012.

  • Though it received mixed reviews, the film managed to amass over $200 million at the global box office.

  • You got him hell of a job.

  • It managed to succeed in the face of stiff competition like Chronicle and Journey two, the mysterious island since the film paired Washington with Ryan Reynolds.

  • Just think what kind of business it would have had if it came out after the first Deadpool movie.

  • Number eight Vantage Point Vantage Point overcame negative reviews to become a neat little earner for Sony.

  • He's never should Have Happened, except that it did.

  • Released in 2000 and eight, the film took in $152 million against a $40 million budget.

  • It managed to do this even though a bigger action flick jumper came out a week before crap.

  • I expect that I didn't know chronicling the many perspectives of a political assassination.

  • Vantage Point employed a host of veteran actors Dennis Quaid, Forest Whitaker, Sigourney Weaver and others likely drew in the crowds on their star power alone.

  • Listen to me, O That said the film's time shifting gimmick made for a frustrating viewing experience.

  • It's storytelling approach probably kept audiences from remembering it all years later.

  • Number seven The Rescuers.

  • While there are plenty of classic titles in the Disney Animation Library, it could be easy to forget about the solid stories that were released in the Bronze Age between 1970 1988.

  • Of these films, the most successful one overall was arguably the rescuers.

  • Penny, you were a brave little girl to do what you did all by yourself.

  • I didn't do it all by myself to atomize Rescue eight sided Help Me, released in 1977 the family adventure about talking mice initially grossed $29 million domestically.

  • But that's not why we're talking about it.

  • The rescuers was actually re released twice, once in 1983 and once in 1989 when all three released box office numbers are combined.

  • The movie accumulated $169 million over its lifetime.

  • No, but just look at these beauties that she brought up from the cave.

  • Oh, they'll sell for a lot of cold cash.

  • Owe its success likely incentivized the release of the first Disney animated film sequel to come out in theaters.

  • The Rescuers Down under in 1990.

  • Number six.

  • We're the Millers.

  • We doubt Warner Brothers had any regrets about making this warped crime comedy.

  • What is this one was the one right there.

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  • Released in 2013.

  • We're The Millers was the surprise comedy hit of the summer.

  • It raked in $270 million worldwide.

  • That's over seven times its budget.

  • You are making $500,000.

  • And you were only gonna pay me 30.

  • You're getting 30 grand.

  • I'm getting a thous is in.

  • You guys were getting paid since it boasts just 48% on rotten tomatoes.

  • It wasn't exactly a critical darling, but audiences clearly seems to enjoy it just fine.

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  • You guys that have their two with an affable cast that included Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter and Emma Roberts.

  • It's honestly not hard to see why people loved it.

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  • Happy life.

  • Hi, kids.

  • Although a sequel tentatively titled, We're Still the Millers was announced six months later, we're still waiting for it.

  • Number five father of the bride.

  • Okay, please come with me and we'll talk all about our big bythe Steve Martin.

  • Family comedies have always been fairly bankable over the years, General audiences may remember that Parenthood and Cheaper by the dozen did well.

  • Ah, that was money well spent.

  • But they may forget that Father of the Bride, co written and co produced by Nancy Meyers, was a hit to the comedy earned $129 million against a $20 million budget.

  • With that kind of money, we doubt Martin's George Banks would be worried about how much the wedding is costing it.

  • I wanna buy ate hot dogs and ate hot dog buns to go with them, but no one sells eight hot dog buns.

  • They only sell 12 hot dog buns, so I end up paying for four buns I don't need.

  • So I am removing the Superfluous Buns theme movie also approved, popular enough with audiences to spawn a part, too.

  • But that one wasn't quite a successful George Don't George Me, You two.

  • Timing Mata Hari Audiences might also forget that both films were remakes of Spencer Tracy Elizabeth Taylor comedies from the 19 fifties.

  • Just in case you were curious theory, Journal films turned profits to number four The Pacifier between Tooth Fairy, starring Dwayne Johnson and My Spy, starring Dave Bautista, we've gotten enough muscular action stars, baby sit Children movies to make a whole film genre.

  • What do you do for a living?

  • I'm a KGB agent posing as 1/4 grader, But before those two films came along, we got Vin Diesel in The Pacifier Crowbar on my personal favorite, the Pacifying.

  • Despite being critically panned, the film managed to rake in nearly $200 million back in 2005.

  • Sure, it's not the kind of film that's warranted re watches over the years, but it did make an impact in its time.

  • I think it went well.

  • Oh, it's so dramatic.

  • It just goes to show that family comedies conduce, um, serious business when the right people are involved.

  • Now, if only there was some way we could see diesels Furious, Passive fire character Go up against the rocks.

  • Fast tooth fairy.

  • You're going down, Toretto.

  • I'm right here.

  • Number three need for speed E.

  • I have no idea what this is going.

  • I just know I like it.

  • I like it a lot.

  • Once the fast and furious franchise really started to hit the gas, we had a feeling that studios would want to clone the idea for their own.

  • But since most studios don't have the luxury to rev the engines five times on an original concept before it finds its stride, they rely on intellectual properties entered Need for speed.

  • Spread Your wings beauty.

  • This Aaron Paul action vehicle is based on the racing video games Siris of the same name.

  • Although it didn't do fast and furious numbers, the movie did manage to hit the $200 million mark.

  • Thanks largely to international markets, Life could be full of surprises.

  • There were originally rumblings of a sequel, but poor critical reception and the lack of a fan following put that prospect in doubt.

  • Sorry, Erin Number two.

  • Hansel and Gretel Witch hunters.

  • There have been so many dark updates to fairytales over the years that it's seriously difficult to keep track, although many try to scale back the darkness a little to appeal to mass audiences like Snow White and the Huntsman.

  • Others take big risks and go all out like Hansel and Gretel witch hunters.

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  • Also starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the titular brother sister duo, this film took no prisoners.

  • Hansel and Gretel witch hunters had absolutely bloody action sequences and a grim sense of humor.

  • While it was critically panned in the theaters it paid off in the company's bank accounts.

  • Human Since such gospel taste thanks largely to a great international run this dark fantasy earns $226 million.

  • When it was all said and done.

  • Not bad.

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  • Before we unveil our topic, here are a few honorable mentions the for gotten kind of appropriate that this would get for gotten No, there are worse things than forgetting.

  • No, they're art George of the Jungle George George, George of the Jungle.

  • Watch out for that paycheck.

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  • Big things really do come in small packages.

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  • Ban Doru Doru The Full Monty.

  • Kind of like the British Magic Mike of its time.

  • Yeah, Beethoven.

  • This Saint Bernard slobbered up box office dollars.

  • Oh, baby, It's not even Saturday night.

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  • Number one Rial Steel were honestly surprised that this boxing robot movie starring Hugh Jackman didn't make even more money.

  • Granted, Hugh Jackman isn't playing one of the robot boxers, but we digress.

  • Riel Steel drummed up quite a bit of excitement for something that wasn't already based on a major film property.

  • It nearly managed to bring in $300 million worldwide.

  • That was due for some good luck.

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  • Thank you, Bailey, help me put him in the truck.

  • I am going to go and get your money.

  • Ah, partial reason for Jackman's robot success might have been the fact that it's competition was The Three Musketeers.

  • The swashbuckling movie tanked so hard that it earned less money in its opening week than Real Steel did in its third weekend.

  • It was an off day That's My Musketeers for You.

  • Although Jackman's movie received modest reviews from critics, the general audiences wallets made sure the movie stuck around.

  • Can you say people's champion People's champion?

  • Sounds pretty good to me.

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