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The Gross Movie Pool: Fall 2010

2010 Holiday Movie Pool Final Report

It took only half as long as the Summer Pool yet for some reason this pool seemed twice as long. The pickings were slim, the good movies were slimmer, and yet this year still seemed like a great chance to pull out a victory if only you could put the right pieces into place. Then, of course, reality hit and you realized you had about as good a shot at winning as Battlefield Earth has of getting a sequel.

True Grit Truer Than Fake Tron - Weeks 8 & 9

Last year we had three films make over $60 million over Christmas Weekend. This year even the top two combined didn't do that.

Tron's Legacy To Always Disappoint - Week 7

In 1982 Disney released a very hyped, promised-the-moon movie named Tron. What viewers got was a movie about getting zapped into a computer, that computer world being full of nothing but neon lights and black backgrounds, and something about these computer people competing in games for reasons I can't even remember. While many geeks loved the idea, critics and fans agreed the results were about as impressive as the Bee Gees singing Beatles songs in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Narnia Treads Lightly; The Tourist Is Held-Up In Customs - Week 6

After the previous weekend's meager offering of The Warrior's Way, it was certain audiences were going to come flooding back this week to welcome the two new big-budget attractions. Instead, ride operators were called in as both rides appeared to be broken.

Warrior Loses His Way; Tangled Avoids Hair Detanglers - Week 5

From the weekend that's given us everything from Daylight to the Psycho remake comes The Warriors Way. Yes, maybe there's a reason this weekend is often seen as a lost cause for Hollywood, but the weekend after Memorial Day used to be the same way as well until a little film like Finding Nemo opened to $70 million and then they realized "If they market it, they will come."

Tanlged Tangles Turkey Day Tickets - Week 4

Last year Disney tried to convince moviegoers that The Princess & The Frog was like your father's Oldsmobile and the audience wasn't ready for a throwback. This year they made Tangled seem fresh and the audiences came roaring back.

Harry Pots A Lot In Magical Debut - Week 3

There is something to be said for consistency. Whereas some sequels and series can vary wildly from film to film, in 2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone sold roughly 16 million tickets in its opening weekend. The same can be said of the latest film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One. However, in case you haven't realized how much more a ticket is in 2010, that makes HP7 the biggest Potter debut ever.
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