Here are mine: 1) 1995's "Heat" - even an all-very talented cast (Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro, Jon Voigt, Val Kilmer, Ashley Judd, etc) + director Michael Mann couldn't help this 3 hour soap opera fest. In the highly anticipated scenes where Pacino and DeNiro met, they fizzled. 2) 1996's "Ransom" - if Mel Gibson and Ron Howard weren't tied to this movie, then it would likely have gone to some cable tv channel with a cast of unknowns. Otherwise, a typical, formulaic movie about a family member from rich family gets kidnapped, demands a lot of $$$, and the father in charge decides to take matters into his own hands instead of giving it to the authorities. 3) 1996's "Mars Attacks!" - it wasn't supposed to be mainstream, but quirky with a different twist. However, it wasn't even the least bit funny, and whoever wrote the script just had no idea what direction the plot was going. Can't remember a short less than 2 hour movie that felt like a 5+ hour one. 4) 1999's "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" - when the "Star Wars" trilogy (parts 4-6) came out many years prior, I was told that the next set (parts 1-3) would come out when I became an adult. Ultimately, I was very underwhelmed when I saw this, many years later. 5) 2000's "Erin Brockovich" - this critically acclaimed and Academy Award winning movie was nothing more than the usual tv movie of the week. 6) 2000's "Mission: Impossible 2" - every single action scene in this movie was completely dull.