When Sylvester Stallone announced his newest action film would be called "Bullet to the Head," snarky film fans around the world immediately launched into sarcasm mode, suggesting that the title is what people in the audience would be begging for after watching it. Because, seriously, that title on a Stallone movie? That's just asking to be mocked.
Luckily for Stallone, though, it turns out the movie isn't so bad after all, which is good news for movie buffs but bad news for headline writers everywhere. But while "Bullet to the Head" may have gotten away with an iffy title, not every film is so lucky.
'Broken City' (2013)
You know what they say — if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Unfortunately, despite an all-star cast that included Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe and Catherine Zeta-Jones, "Broken City" had plenty of things that needed fixing, beginning with the title.
'Disaster Movie' (2008)
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