12. 'The Matrix Revolutions'
The Matrix Revolutions had one advantage over the second movie in the trilogy: most everyone walked into the theater assuming it would be a confusing mess of a movie, just like the sequel. They were correct. Casual fans of the movies were dumfounded by the needlessly complex plot, and hardcore fans just found it lame and anti-climactic. Millions of people all over the globe saw it, and the vast majority of them probably don't recall a single scene or even how it ended. They were just happy it was over.