Also, maybe you could accept Jason Bourne for "Bourne?" Or just change the criteria to "contains Bourne" rather than "starts with?"
For all the others I can say there are some good ones there and the rest were at least entertaining.
7 XMen (3 more possibly coming),
6 LOTR (with #7 on the way),
6 Fast and Furious (They should've stopped around 5 ago), and
12 Star Trek (More PLEASE!!!).
Okay, if I want more of one, I suppose it's possible people want more of the others...
And Fast and Furious should have been stopped before they made the first one.
but, yeah, there were without doubt several turds amongst the original films, too.
1. Star Trek (reboot)
2. Into Darkness
3. Undiscovered Country
4. First Contact
5. Wrath of Khan
6. Voyage Home
7. Search for Spock
9. Motion Picture
10/11 Insurrection and Nemesis (aka interchangeable slightly longer TNG episodes)
~37 Billion. Final Frontier (aka the WORST MOVIE EVER)
1 - First Contact
2 - Undiscovered Country
3 - Wrath of Khan
4 - Into Darkness
5 - Insurrection
6 - Voyage Home
7 - Star Trek 2009
8 - Nemesis
9 - Search for Spock
10 - Final Frontier
11 - Motion Picture
1. The Undiscovered Country 2. First Contact 3. Star Trek (2009) 4. Wrath of Khan 5. Generations 6. The Voyage Home (cutoff of the "good" ones) 7. Beyond 8. Insurrection 9+. does it matter? all the rest sucked
To put into perspective, Dr.Zhivago beat out Avatar by over 200 million dollars.
101 DALMATIANS beat out Avatar.
MCU films: Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America, The Winter Soldier, Civil War, Thor, The Dark World, Ragnarok, The Avengers, Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 1 and 2, Ant-Man, Dr. Strange, Spider-Man Homecoming, Black Panther
non-MCU Spider-Man: Spider-Man, SM2, SM3, The Amazing Spider-Man, TASM2. Might be tricky figuring out where to place Venom.
other non-MCU films: Hulk (2003), Captain America (1990)
non-DCEU Batman films: Batman (1966), Batman (1989), Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman and Robin, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Mask of the Phantasm, Lego Batman (?)
non-DCEU Superman films: Superman, Superman 2, Superman 3, Superman 4, Superman Returns
The only single movie that could make this list as a standalone is actually already part of a franchise - Star Wars Episode VII ($936M domestic). So can everyone stop talking about "single movie franchises" now?
In the same way I think Batman vs. Superman is technically a Superman film, a Batman film, and a DCEU film. I'd count it as part of all three.
I also think Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit should be considered the same franchise and filed under "Middle Earth." ... the same way that Logan and Deadpool are counted with X-Men.