30 worst movies of the ‘80s, ‘90s, and 2000s

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Inchon (1982)

Starring Laurence Olivier, Inchon is an epic war film about the Battle of Inchon, which is considered as the turning point of the Korean War. Though Olivier was praised for his performance as General Douglas MacArthur, his acting prowess wasn’t enough to save the film from criticisms. “Olivier is convincing in his role throughout most of the saga, the only member of the cast to achieve that status,” read Variety’s review of the Terence Young-directed movie. “[But] the screenplay generally treats all others as one-dimensional buffoons, giving them lines that are unintentionally laughable.” Sadly, the film was also a commercial flop, only grossing $5 million at the box office against its lofty $46 million budget.