8. "On March 30, Go To Hell" - Wrath Of The Titans
The Tagline: "On March 30, Go To Hell" Where Clash of the Titans had the mesmerisingly awful tagline "Titans Will Clash," which essentially told us what we already knew from the title by near-enough repeating it, Wrath of the Titans went for something more telling. Not by giving us information about the film itself, but by telling us when it would be released, and where we needed to go to avoid it when that day came. Jonathan Liebesman's sequel to Clash was by all accounts just as poor as the first (in fact, 3% more so according to Rotten Tomatoes, which has 25% fresh for Wrath of the Titans and 28% for Clash, making Clash the winner); this was a plodding, stale movie full of bad CGI and sleepwalking actors. Thankfully, the tagline was on hand to tell us that the burning flames of hell were preferable to sitting through the thing - Wrath went on to take far less than its predecessor at the box office, essentially halting the franchise.
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