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The Gross Movie Pool: 2009

Christmas Carol Not Quite Caroling - Week 1

The 2009 Holiday Season began more with a shrug than a jubilee. Four movies tried to stake their claim to be the first #1 film, yet only one was favored to win this one in a blowout.

2009 Holiday Movie Pool Preview

In case if you don't know what's coming out for the 2009 Holiday Season, check below for a detailed list of this year's crop!

2009 Summer Movie Pool Final Report

Just over four months in the making, we have finally reached the end of the 2009 Summer Blockbuster Pool. Labor Day marked the end of the summer season and the end of any good movies for awhile (Seriously, Gerald Butler, you parlay your 300 success to make Gamer? Are you trying to follow Steven Seagal's advice for how to become a country singer in six short years? You're only three years away!).

No Red Light District, District 9 Is In The Black - Week 16

Forget the upcoming Cloverfield 2 sequel. The box-office basically just had Cloverfield 2 open at the theaters last weekend!

Who Never Gave Up And Stayed Till The Fight's Done? G.I. Joe Is There! - Week 15

80's nostalgia ran supreme again as the cartoon classic (classic in the sense that people actually remember it as opposed to the Muhammad Ali cartoon series which I woke up a half-hour early to see at 6:30am when I was a kid) G.I. Joe was reborn as a big-budget live-action film. While there were many liberties taken with the original story, it's nice to know that the spirit of not making a lick of sense continued. Once a character analyzed a photograph of someone and determined by the shape of the shadow on the ground that this someone had been standing in the Artic Circle 57 hours earlier, I knew I was all in.

Funny How Not Much Is Funny About Funny People - Week 14

Well, this is a tale that happens more than people like to think. Up and coming filmmaker has a couple of hits with low production costs and then when given the moon he or she comes up with something far less than their previous efforts. Judd Apatow's Funny People cost more to make than twice The 40 Year-Old Virgin and Knocked-Up combined and it probably will end up with about a quarter of what those two films grossed. But hey, you got to cast your wife as a main character in your own flick, so that should count for something.

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