Budget: $145m (Inc. marketing)
Domestic Gross: $22m
Worldwide gross: $25m
Golden Raspberry count: 0
Coming up against the righteous Mel Gibson's The Passion Of The Christ was always going to be a challenge this retelling of Davy Crockett's finest hour (the first since John Wayne's in 1960). But it wasn't just that.
For a movie that cost over $100million to barely register at the box office is rare indeed, and usually happens only to genuine dross. Thing is, The Alamo's not that bad. So an opening weekend of $9m was a shock to the studio. And $25m in three months is disastrous.
But the Easter release date proved ill-advised and it may be that international audiences - so regularly the saviours of the bloated budget - were deterred by its po-faced Americanism. Whatever the reason, The Alamo became the biggest flop of all time.