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We doubt anyone's happy to be on this 'end of the decade' list: Forbes magazine's top 15 Hollywood flops of the past five years.

Taking the top spot is 2006's remake 'All the King's Men,' whose tale of southern politician Huey Long talked Oscar, but walked Razzie. Despite its high-powered cast (Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, and James Gandolfini) the film took a bath, both critically and at the box office, where it failed to earn back 84 percent of its $55 million dollar budget.

To calculate each film's flopishness, Forbes "looked at movies that featured big-name stars [...] but failed to earn back their budgets at the box office," then threw in budget numbers and box office earnings to assess the damage.

See the complete list after the jump. We doubt anyone's happy to be on this 'end of the decade' list: Forbes magazine's top 15 Hollywood flops of the past five years.

Taking the top spot is 2006's remake 'All the King's Men,' whose tale of southern politician Huey Long talked Oscar, but walked Razzie. Despite its high-powered cast (Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, and James Gandolfini) the film took a bath, both critically and at the box office, where it failed to earn back 84 percent of its $55 million dollar budget.

To calculate each film's flopishness, Forbes "looked at movies that featured big-name stars [...] but failed to earn back their budgets at the box office," then threw in budget numbers and box office earnings to assess the damage.

Rounding out the top five are Dennis Quaid's 'The Express' at No. 2, Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts' snoozer 'Stay' at No. 3, the Robert Rodriquez/Quentin Tarantino mash-up 'Grindhouse' at No. 4, and of course Eddie Murphy's 'Imagine That' -- which we've wiped from our memories -- at No. 5.

Check out the list below, or read Forbes' breakdown of each film. While the results are mostly unsurprising ('The Love Guru,' 'Land of the Lost,' two appearances by Eddie Murphy), other notable duds like 'Evan Almighty' fared (a little) better than expected.

1. 'All the King's Men' (Cost: $55 million Earned: $9 million)
2. 'The Express' (Cost: $40 million Earned: $10 million)
3. 'Stay' (Cost: $30 million Earned: $8 million)
4. 'Grindhouse' (Cost: $67 million Earned: $25 million)
5. 'Imagine That' (Cost: $55 million Earned: $23 million)
6. 'The Fountain' (Cost: $35 million Earned: $16 million)
7. 'The Invasion' (Cost: $80 million Earned: $40 million)
8. 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford' (Cost: $30 million Earned: $15 million)
9. 'Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story' (Cost: $35 million Earned: $21 million)
10. 'The Love Guru' (Cost: $62 million Earned: $41 million)
11. 'School for Scoundrels' (Cost: $35 million Earned: $24 million)
12. 'Land of the Lost' (Cost: $100 million Earned: $70)
13. 'Meet Dave' (Cost: $60 million Earned: $50)
14. 'Aeon Flux' (Cost: $62 million Earned: $52 million)
15. 'The Producers' (Cost: $45 million Earned: $38 million)