8. The Lawnmower Man (1992)
Rotten Tomatoes firmly stated this film as decent but made it clear that not only was the script mediocre, but "its once-groundbreaking visual effects look dated today". One would not only say the The Lawnmower Man (1992) looks outdated: they'd probably go as far as to say that the CGI is pure nightmare fuel.
Despite his lacklustre reputation, Joseph Kosinski may be a good fit for this remake. Not a lot of people responded well to his reimagining of the Tron franchise with Tron: Legacy (2010) and Oblivion (2013) was unfortunately sandwiched between a flaming trashcan of a movie like After Earth (2013) and the brilliance of Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013) on its opening week, meaning it was left in the dust.
However, both films have their merits: Tron: Legacy is aesthetically wonderful and Oblivion was actually very decent as a standalone sci-fi flick. A Kosinski remake of The Lawnmower Man may just end up being sub-par but I doubt it could be worse than what we got in the 90s.