But if I'll slightly change the sentence: Although the movie is made well, its box office is poor.
Is it possible to use a verb or an adjective is also preferable: Although the movie is well-made, its box office is poor?
But what is wrong with "its box office"?
Google has given a lot of matches.
Here is one of those: "Its box office is likely to be frothy next weekend, bearing in mind that it is up for four Golden Globes on Sunday".
This is a quotation from Les Misérables dreams a dream of US box-office glory.
Maybe I missed something?