Resident Evil Afterlife
In 2010, Resident Evil: Afterlife answered the question, "Can Milla Jovovich's stunningly good looks actually carry a mediocre movie franchise through four installments?" The film grossed nearly 300 million dollars, and was far easier to understand than the gag reel. Call us old-fashioned, but we like our bloopers to be easy to understand: An actor flubs their lines, a prop malfunctions, etc.
In that sense, the Resident Evil: Afterlife blooper reel is definitely "highbrow." About half the scenes in the gag reel confuse us as to why they are supposed to be funny, or even what the "blooper" is. For instance, there is a complicated outtake where dry ice is spilled over bodies in chambers, production clears out all the equipment needed to set the dry ice in motion, and...that's it. In addition, there are a lot of quick clips of actors laughing randomly at jokes or bloopers we are not shown. That's like showing us clips of audiences saying "Wow, this is a great movie," instead of showing us the actual movie.
Still, there are some good bloopers interspersed between the confusing one: An actor runs into the wall and falls down, Mila Jovovich repeatedly failing to catch a gun tossed at her, actresses forgetting their lines while being pelted with water. We would've enjoyed seeing much more of that, and less actors making hard-to-perceive mistakes with the sound removed.