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‘May Day!’ Cry Four Films Fading Fast - Weeks 2 & 3

Sometimes a hit film draws people out to the theaters to see the other new films. The success of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 seems to have done the opposite. Instead of folks trying new films, they’d rather go with the racoon they know then the aliens they don’t (Xenomorphs and Amy Schumer included).

Guardians of the Box-Office - Vol. Week 1

2017 began the same as almost every other summer season I can remember… with a Marvel movie. You haven’t to go back to 2006 to the last summer that didn’t start with a Marvel comic book film (Take a bow, Mission: Impossible III... and then leave quickly as your probably my least favorite J.J. Abrams film and least favorite M:I film... How’d you blow having Keri Russell and Philip Seymour Hoffman in your film?!).

2017 Summer Movie Pool - Preview

The ice rink has melted, the curling stones have been put away, and finally, The Rock has come back to wearing something as revealing as his old wrestling tights in the Baywatch movie, so it's time for the 21th Annual Summer 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.

‘Pets’ Shows ‘The BFG’ Who’s The BFD - Weeks 9 & 10

The Fourth of July has often meant fireworks are happening inside movie theaters and not just outside them. This year's holiday releases were more like firecrackers and that sound of the Piccolo Pete winding down is the direction they're heading as Dory washed them all away.
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The Gross Weekend Chart
for Jan-18-2019
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 Jan-20-2019
MovieDaily GrossTotal Gross

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