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Even though 'Miami Vice' raked in $25.7 million in its opening weekend, that's still a long way away from the reported $135 million it took to make the film. After its worldwide release -- and DVD sales -- we bet that the Michael Mann film will do all right for itself, but many big-budget blockbusters aren't as lucky. Here's a look at some of the biggest flops in film history, as reported by <a href='http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/records/budgets.html' target='_new'>the-numbers.com , a website that collects and compiles box-office data.
 
Box-office poison
Even though 'Miami Vice' raked in $25.7 million in its opening weekend, that's still a long way away from the reported $135 million it took to make the film. After its worldwide release -- and DVD sales -- we bet that the Michael Mann film will do all right for itself, but many big-budget blockbusters aren't as lucky.

Here's a look at some of the biggest flops in film history,
as reported by the-numbers.com, a website
that collects and compiles box-office data.

(Text by James Duffy, Boston.com Correspondent)
 
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