10 Narrated Movie Flops, Ranked

The nature of film dictates that events are shown, not told (we have books for that!). Nevertheless, narration is sometimes necessary in cinema to provide context around the circumstances on the screen, describe situations happening off-screen, or provide backstory or a historical record that would otherwise make run-time far too long if it was actually filmed.

The dulcet tones of narration have enveloped many prominent contributions to cinematic history, like Citizen Kane, and Shawshank Redemption. Even George of the Jungle is pretty meritorious. Then there are these films, the narration in which provides neither context, backstory, or framework for the plot. Ladies and gentlemen, set your internal reading voice to "Morgan Freeman", and proceed with these 10 narrated movie flops, ranked.
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