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Folly or misunderstood masterpiece? This Thanksgiving, enjoy an All-American feast of ripe-for-reappraisal box office bombs and films maudits, which flopped on their original release but which, in hindsight, grow more fascinating each year. Whether they were victims of critical backlash, plagued by notoriously troubled productions, or just plain misunderstood, these infamous films prove that yesterday’s “turkey” may be today’s treasure.
Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman star in Elaine May’s woefully underrated comedy.
Spielberg’s WWII farce starring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi has attained cult status.
Paul Verhoeven’s delirious, much-maligned showbiz saga is a wickedly subversive satire.
MGM’s classic fairytale remains the most-watched film in movie history—and for good reason.
Charlie Chaplin sheds his Little Tramp persona to play a cold-blooded killer in this dark comedy.
Richard Kelly’s (Donnie Darko) future-shock vision of post-9/11 America.
Peter Bogdanovich’s stylish take on the classic musicals of the 1930s.
Robert Altman’s offbeat live action take on the iconic comic strip, featuring Robin Williams.
This jungle romp starring Tippi Hedren was the most terrifying film shoot of all time.
The epitome of Hollywood spectacle, driven by Elizabeth Taylor’s diva-defining performance.
Michael Cimino’s western has gone from critical whipping boy to misunderstood masterpiece.
William Friedkin’s palm-sweating suspense tour-de-force with a Tangerine Dream score.
David Lynch’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic is replete with visionary imagery.
Francis Ford Coppola’s gorgeously stylized musical romance, featuring songs by Tom Waits.