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The Gross Movie Pool: 2015

'Mockingjay' Mocks Turkey Day And Wins November - Weeks 2-5

So, apparently, November happened. Let's take a trip in our DeLorean, crank it up to 88 MPH, and see what transpired in that not so distant past.

'Spectre' Bonds With 'Peanuts' At The Box-Office - Week 1

I always hate when I'm the last one to notice a trend, but for the forth Daniel Craig Bond film in a row, 007 has battled an animated family film on his opening weekend. I recall clearly the Bond Begins film Casino Royal losing the weekend and ultimately the total gross in 2006 to Happy Feet. I forgot that Quantum of Solace opened against Madagascar 2 and though Quantum won the weekend, the movie that celebrated how love between a giraffe and hippo is a natural and wonderful thing won the war. In 2012 Skyfall so blew the roof off with the biggest Bond opening ever, somehow I missed that one of my favorite animated films in the past few years opened that same weekend: Wreck-It Ralph. Ralph couldn't wreck James' 50th Birthday Party, but it sure made a statement making almost $200 million. How would Spectre do battle with its animated counterpart this time around?

2015 Holiday Movie Pool Preview

The Halloweenies have been roasted, Party City has turned back into being a morgue, and we've got another 11 months before we ever have to hear Thriller again, so it's really time for the 19th Annual Holiday Movie Pool!

2015 Summer Movie Pool - Final Report

It's reminder with every start of the football season, the end of the Summer Movie Season is upon us.

Fantastic Four Flames Out; Compton Makes Man Cry UNCLE - Weeks 15-16

Perhaps the most beloved thing about super hero movies in Hollywood is even when no one likes them, they still make a lot of money. There's no huge up swell of love for the Wolverine movies, the latest Spider-Man movies, either of the Hulk movies, or even the first two Fantastic Four movies. Still, all of those films opened decently and made back a huge chunk of their change even if they weren't Tony Stark Tech-like hits. To make a film so joyless and dull that people preferred the acting prowess and terrible blonde dye jobs of Jessica Alba, now that's fantastic!

Tom Cruises To Mission Success - Week 14

You'd have thought Tom Cruise was lost on Oceanic Flight 815 for ten years the way the media fawned over him in the past week. The guy who's made over 30 films in the past 30 years was gone somewhere? He was already celebrated last year in the backwards compliment film of the year, Edge of Tomorrow, with the classic "It's not as bad as I thought it would be." You remember, the movie they basically renamed Live, Die, Repeat as Edge of Tomorrow was such a generic title. In a sense, "It's not as bad as I thought it would be" might be what's carried Cruise for years. Perhaps after all this time people were ready for the not so subtle shift to "Hey, that's was actually good."

Ant-Man Shrinks Expectations; Trainwreck Stays On Track; Pixels Is 8-Bit Bust - Weeks 12 & 13

Things can change a lot over two weeks time. Nations can go to war, rain forests can burn, new people with no chance can run for president, Pitbull can release a song. But in our movie pool? Can things really change that quickly? You might think not, yet sure things aren't looking quite as sure and carrying a tune seems to mean a lot more than anyone thought it would.
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