Many, many days ago the Hollywood Reporter‘s Gregg Kilday, Jay A. Hernandez and Borys Kit posted a review of the ten biggest flops of the last decade. By the standard of the greatest production cost to deadbeat-gross ratio, the worst wipeout was 2002’s The Adventures of Pluto Nash ($100 million production tab vs. $4.4 million domestic gross) followed by ’01’s Town and Country ($90 million in costs vs. $6.7 million in domestic earnings). The others are Battlefield Earth, Land of the Lost, Gigli, Catwoman, The Invasion, Rollerball, Grindhouse and The Spirit.