The Friday through Sunday total for the top 12 movies was the lowest it has been all year for the traditionally slow Labor Day weekend.
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Taking a look at the top ten for the weekend reveals that it was an unusual weekend at the Box Office to say the least.
When it comes to making technical predictions months before the precursor awards begin, the key is to simply go with what you know.
Despite the addition of 5 new films to the weekend top 10 this week, the overall Box Office haul was the lowest its been since April.
Men and women came out in full force to see Sylvester Stallone and crew in ‘The Expendables’ and apparently the nerd audience decided to stay home this weekend.
The three films opening this weekend target very different audiences. Which audience will come out in the highest numbers?
Over one half of the year is over and here is the best of what I’ve seen so far.
For the first time of the summer a live-action comedy wins the weekend at the Box Office.
‘Inception’ copies ‘Uncle Scrooge’, Ferrell goes Spanish, ‘The Expendables’ review, poster for ‘I’m Still Here’, ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’ gets a teaser…
Don’t you hate when sketch comedy troupes take something that you thought was intelligent and intricate and make it look downright silly?
American audiences once again choose an action movie over a comedy.
It was a tight battle on Friday that became less of a competition as the weekend continued. The result showed that the American film-going audience is continuing to choose films based on quality.
There is no question that the Angeline Jolie action film ‘Salt’ will not earn enough money to beat ‘Inception’s opening last weekend. But will it earn enough to beat ‘Inception’s second weekend?
Kidman interviews Cotillard, Branagh plays Olivier, ‘Salt’ reviews, making the sound of ‘Inception.’
The Awards season seems to be getting longer. Are ‘Inception’, ‘The Kids Are All Right’, ‘Toy Story 3’, and ‘Winter’s Bone’ surefire Oscar nominees?
Several movies had strong weeks at the Box Office, but no records were broken this weekend.
Expectations were very high headed into ‘Inception’. Were your expectations met, not met, or exceeded?
‘Inception’ is not a masterpiece, but it is exactly what he hope for summer blockbusters to be.
Pixar’s financial success and future spin-offs, Ebert loves ‘Inception’, first look at Reynolds as ‘Green Lantern’, trailer for ‘Howl’ featuring Franco as Ginsberg.
One week after unanimous raves came pouring in, some negative reviews get thrown into the mix.