Top Grossing Movies, Box Office Movie Pool
Season:    All    Fall    [ Summer ]   
Year:    All    2019    2018    2017    2016    2015    2014    2013    2012    2011    [ 2010 ]    2009    2008    2007    2006    2005   
Pages:  1  [ 2 ]  3 

The Gross Movie Pool: Summer 2010

A Total Eclipse Of The Box-Office - Week 9

I've been trying to stay away from 80's references for awhile (I mean, why date myself… I know I'm not going to put out), but this summer has repeatedly put me in that position with endless reboots, remakes, and throwback movies. Hopefully, when Men in Black 3 and Bad Boys 3 come out in the next couple years, I'll be ready with my 90's zingers. Until then, please bear with me and if you leave, don't leave now. Please don't take my heart away.

A Dark Knight For Day; Grown-Ups Avoids Groans - Week 8

There was a time when a Tom Cruise/Cameron Diaz film would've been a sure $50 million opening, like what Mr. and Mrs. Smith pulled off in 2005. In fact, it's probably pre-2005 in which Knight and Day should've opened.

The Toys Are Back In Town While Jonah Is Swallowed By A Hex - Week 7

In a summer of up and downs it makes total sense that we finally had a weekend where one film was really, really up and another was really, really down. In other words, one was Lady Gaga's debut album… the other was Paris Hilton's.

Karate Is King Even When It's Kung-Fu - Week 6

In the battle of 80's remakes The Karate Kid crane-kicked The A-Team back to their maximum security stockade. Maybe folks wanted to see "Hang up the jacket" become the new "Wax on," maybe folks weren't ready for a movie where Jessica Biel was fully clothed the entire time, either way, one looked like its ready for a sequel and the other didn't look like it was going to get to a second season.

Four Strikes And Your Out At The Box-Office This Weekend - Week 5

A year ago the summer season had already produced six $100 million grossing films (Wolverine, Star Trek, Angels & Demons, Night at the Museum 2, Terminator: Salvation, and Up) with a 7th in the wings as The Hangover just debuted with $44 million on its way to $277 million and becoming the biggest R-rated Comedy of all-time. This year... not so much.

Sex Doesn't Sell And Prince Is Overthrown In An Unmemorial Day Weekend - Week 4

The battle for which new film would trump the other wasn't even a battle… They both failed to show-up! Creating the weakest Memorial Day Weekend at the box-office since 2001 where we thought Pearl Harbor was going to legitimatize Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett as stars for the rest of the decade, let's just say these results sunk more than one pooler's fleet.

Shrek Shouts Fore After Going Off Course - Week 3

A funny thing happened on the way to being a sure thing. Three years ago Dreamworks announced there would only be one more Shrek movie because they didn't want to wear out their hit franchise. Too late. It looks like they already did.
Pages:  1  [ 2 ]  3 
About   Privacy Policy    Login
This is not a Gambling site. All information and movie pools here are for entertainment purposes only.
Engenuous Software © 2010 - 2019