Aniston's most recent release featured Paul Rudd and future husband Justin Theroux -- and the positives end at that. "Wanderlust" earned only $22 million worldwide.
"Horrible Bosses" (2011)
The ensemble comedy saw Aniston in a supporting but memorable role as Charlie Day's sexually harassing boss. With a gross of $210 million and an upcoming sequel, put this one in the hits column.
"Just Go With It" (2011)
The combination of Aniston and Adam Sandler proved to be a winner with audiences, scoring an impressive $215 million total at the box office.
"The Switch" (2010)
Aniston starred opposite fellow sitcom alum Jason Bateman ... and they may have wished they kept their day jobs the way this one ended up, grossing just $50 million.
"The Bounty Hunter" (2010)
The romantic comedy starred Aniston and Gerard Butler -- and was a medium-sized success at the box office, making $136 million against a $40 million budget. The critics were not as forgiving.
"Love Happens" (2009)
It turns out Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston were not a match made in heaven -- the duo couldn't draw in the crowds with the film earning just $36 million.
"He's Just Not That Into You" (2009)
Aniston was one of the big pieces in the massive ensemble for the best-selling book's adaptation. The end result turned out relatively well, grossing $179 million worldwide.
Even though it was an indie, not even breaking $1 million domestically and only $2.4 million worldwide makes "Management" Aniston's lowest grossing movie -- and a definite flop.
"Marley and Me" (2008)
Aniston and Owen Wilson's doggie weeper found just the right audience during its holiday run and earned a very respectable $243 million worldwide.
"The Break-Up" (2006)
Vince Vaughn and Aniston were dating at the time of the film's release, which may have piqued some theater-goers interest. Either way it ended up a hit with a healthy total of $205 million.
"Rumor Has It" (2005)
Jen learns her family was the basis for "The Graduate" in this 2005 comedy, however, it coulnd't live up to the classic, with a total cume of just $89 million.
Aniston gave a dramatic turn alongside Clive Owen that proved forgettable with critics and at the box-office, netting a mere $57.5 million.
"Along Came Polly" (2004)
The pairing of Aniston and Stiller as opposites who fall in love hit the mark with audiences despite negative reviews from critics, earning $172 million worldwide.
"Bruce Almighty" (2003)
The biggest hit of her career, "Bruce Almighty" made nearly $500 million worldwide and helped to solidify her movie career as "Friends" was coming to an end.
"The Good Girl" (2002)
Aniston gave what is widely considered one of her best performances in the indie, which also proved a modest success at the box office, doubling its budget with a gross of around $17 million.