United Passions, the FIFA movie starring Tim Roth as former President Sepp Blatter, took just $607 at the weekend box-office. The movie, financed by the football organisation, got a release just days after the corporation was rocked by allegations of corruption investiagated by the U.S and Swiss authorities.

Tim RothTim Roth stars as Sepp Blatter in United Passions

The movie raked in $319 on Friday and a depressing $288 on Saturday - taking $164 million over the two days in one theater in North Hollywood. 

The film, which also stars Sam O'Neill, was heavily criticized for being FIFA propaganda and its two lead actors didn't bother to show for the premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.

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"One of the most unwatchable films in recent memory, a dishonest bit of corporate-suite sanitizing that's no good even for laughs," said Daniel M. Gold at the New York Times. 

"The instantly notorious propaganda film United Passions is the ultimate testament to FIFA's staggering insularity and tone-deafness," said Scott Tobias of The Dissolve.

United Passions holds a score of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Elsewhere at the box-office, movies to fare better than United Passions included Paul Feig's action-comedy Spy about a CIA desk jockey sent into the field. It stormed to the top spot with $30 million while Doug Ellin's spin-off of HBO comedy Entourage could only manage fourth place with $10.4 million. 

Second place went to Dwayne Johnson's disaster movie San Andreas, while third was taken up by new entry Insidious: Chapter 3. Pitch Perfect 2 and Mad Max: Fury Road stayed strong to break $250 million and $300 million respectively.