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‘Moana’ and ‘Beasts’ Feast Over Holidays - Weeks 3, 4, & 5

When I grew-up going to my grandmother’s house for Thanksgiving in rural Porterville, California (as opposed to “urban” Porterville, California), there was no tradition of seeing movies over Thanksgiving weekend. Well, maybe we would try to watch Sound of Music or Wizard of Oz (whichever one some network always seemed to play on Thanksgiving night), but the reception was so fuzzy with the rabbit ears, “seeing” wasn’t actually an option. Nowadays, catching a movie over Thanksgiving weekend is an American tradition like Black Friday and TMZ. If your film can’t make money over Thanksgiving weekend, you’re the untouched Jell-O with celery dessert someone brought to dinner… and no amount of Cool Whip on top can cover-up that you’re Jell-O with celery.

Early Leftovers Cancel ‘Arrival’ - Week 2

Moviegoers usually take a second helping of leftovers after Thanksgiving weekend, but this may be the first time people were having leftovers even before they had the main meal!

‘Doctor Strange’ Has a PHD in Box-Office Gold - Week 1

After two and a half months of blah at movie theaters, the first weekend of the Holiday Movie Pool opened with three films garnering a combined $145 million! The fall wasn’t only the season of decay we were passing through, it described the state of the movies on display. Since Suicide Squad in early August, only one film had even made it past the $100 million total mark (Sully) and most had been forgotten after their first weekend. Even horror films decided to take October off as the only scary film released was Boo! A Madea Halloween. Thankfully, audiences were ready to pounce as soon as the fresh films of the Holiday Movie Pool arrived.

2016 Holiday Movie Preview

The pumpkin ale is running out, the cobwebs are about to be cleaned-up, and we stopped wearing white two months ago, so it's time for the 20th Annual Holiday Movie Pool!

The 2016 Summer Movie Pool - Final Report

There have been Summer Movie Pools that have ended in whimpers before, but this has practically been a whole summer of pretending you’re excited about the eighth or ninth seasons of long-running shows like Frasier or Grey’s Anatomy. We pretty much know what we’re getting, we know it was way better a few years ago, and yet we’re too lazy to actually stop watching because we think it can’t really be all that bad. Maybe I should be thankful about those super-sized theater sodas that cause multiple trips to the bathroom during screenings. At least something was happening during the movie.

Suicide Squad Kills; Pete’s Dragon Goes Puff; Ben-Hur Been Gone - Weeks 11-12-13

This is seriously one of the nuttiest summers ever. We had only one big hit in July and clearly the same is going to be said of August. Why do they even release all these films if people would just rather be home watching Stranger Things on Netflix which probably cost $2 million to make for the entire eight hours?! Look, if it’s between a no-name cast in small-town Indiana or Jonah Hill as an arms dealer in War Dogs, we’re all in on Indiana, right?

Ghostbusters Didn’t Answer; Star Trek Beyond is Be-Under; Bourne on Life Support - Weeks 11-12-13

Remember how everything was going to pick up in July? Well, except for the now “not so” Secret Life of Pets, the only things picked up were to be taken out to the back alley.
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The Gross Weekend Chart
for Dec-08-2017
MovieWknd GrossTotal Gross
1Ant-Man$57,225,526$57,225,526
2Minions$49,274,730$215,766,440
3Trainwreck$30,097,040$30,097,040
4Inside Out$11,544,080$306,247,046
5Jurassic World$11,454,975$611,228,810
The Gross Daily Chart
for Dec-14-2017
MovieDaily GrossTotal Gross

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