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The Gross Movie Pool: 2007

I Know Who Doh'd Me - Week 13

In a weird way, this weekend won't be remembered for the Lisa Sax-playing-esque greatness that was the $74 million opening for The Simpsons. Instead it will be the day the music died for Lindsey Lohan. She won't even be able to get cast in a Direct-to-DVD American Pie sequel after her I Know Who Killed Me movie died at the theaters with a $3.5 million tanktacular opening.

I Now Pronouce You So And So - Week 12

Adam Sandler returned to the top of the Box Office Chart for the, holy crap, 12th time with a $32.4 million opening for I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. Sort of like the "new" Rolling Stones albums that come out every few years that you know won't be any good (it has only been 27 years since their last memorable song, Start Me Up), yet they still sell a hefty total the week they come out.

Harry Potter And The Order Of Box-Office Dominance - Week 11

The magic of Harry Potter is as strong as even. Ten days before the final book arrives in bookstores, the fifth movie arrived in theaters to cast an amazing spell. Earning records for midnight showing revenue ($18 million) and first-day Wednesday numbers ($44.2 million), the Order of the Phoenix didn't fall short like the Phoenix Suns. The five-day total was also the highest in franchise history with $139.7 million.

Transformers Transforms Independence Day - Week 10

The closest film to Independence Day opening on 4th of July Weekend since Independence Day opened on 4th of July Weekend in 1995, Transformers certainly lived-up to its billing. Disguising $155.4 million over five days as box-office revenue, the Autobots were more like ATMs.

Ratatouille Lives Free To Die Hard - Week 9

It wasn't an Incredibles opening for Brad Bird's follow-up animation piece to his 2004 super-hero family flick, yet Ratatouille did fight off its lack of chic to debut with a $47 million opening weekend. Without big names in the cast, marketing had to rely on the story of a rat cooking (always an easy sell) and the consistent quality and performance of the Disney/Pixar brand (ok, maybe that part's the easier sell). Tucked into a tough patch of big films being released all around it, the rat will still need long legs instead of a long tail to keep-up with past Pixar blockbusters.

Evan Mini-Mighty While 1408 Checks In - Week 8

What happens when you make a sequel that most people don't even realize is a sequel? Usually, not good things. There's the classic Pitch Dark 2 sequel that went in a completely different direction, let alone title, with The Chronicles of Riddick. Not even C.S. Lewis could've sold those Chronicles.

The Surfer Rises The Sort Of Fantastic Four - Week 7

Corny jokes and a naked Jessica Alba are what people have come to expect with the Fantastic Four movies, so moviegoers were not disappointed this time around. Hanging ten with $58.1 million, the sequel made slightly more than the first one's debut two years ago ($56.1 mill).
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