Of this holiday’s three big movie releases, there’s at least one to be thankful for.
We knew that the ‘Hunger Games’ finale would top the box office this weekend, but the franchise’s picture-over-picture decline is rather surprising. Unfortunately, that’s not the only new movie to perform below expectations....
Get ready for another busy weekend at your local cinema. The final ‘Hunger Games’ installment will draw huge crowds, but there’s also a better-than-expected, crude Christmas comedy opening alongside it.
As expected, last week’s top two movies continued to dominate the box office this weekend. Meanwhile, the three new nationwide releases opened to peanuts.
If you stayed away from the Bond-packed theaters last weekend, this is your perfect chance to get out there to see ‘Spectre’. None of this weekend’s new releases are very promising.
Following the critical and box office success of ‘Skyfall’, the James Bond franchise is still killing it. At that same time, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and company proved that they’re still relevant and bankable too.
Alongside four mostly promising limited releases, this weekend offers two new entries to very old properties.
September is usually one of the worst months for box office numbers. This year, however, aside from a pair of lucrative releases, October takes the cake for terrible movie openings. The final weekend of October brought with it the...
After the cluttered fiasco at the box office last weekend, how worried do you think the Hollywood studios must be this weekend? Three wide releases take the stage and it’s difficult to tell if any will be successful.
All five of this weekend’s new movies flopped, leaving plenty of room for a four-week-old blockbuster to return to the top spot at the box office.
This crowded weekend is too big for its own good. With four single-note new movie releases and one wide expansion, I honestly won’t be surprised if last week’s ‘Goosebumps’ retains the top spot at the box office.
Although Jack Black’s new family flick topped the box office charts, none of the weekend’s four big new movies came out the real winner.