Here we go again – another August weekend of full of drivel.
As expected, none of this weekend’s three biggest new movie releases put up much of a fight against the reigning box office champs.
Looking at this weekend’s new movie releases, it’s shocking that this is still technically part of summer.
Thanks to yet another smash hit debut, Universal Studios has crossed the global $2 billion mark this weekend. The studio seems to have a direct tap into the moviegoing audience’s bank accounts this year.
Ever wish you could time travel? You won’t need a flux capacitor to go back to the 1960s or the 1980s thanks to this weekend’s two big movies.
Five movies in, nothing is impossible for Tom Cruise’s spy franchise. However, after four attempts, what does seem impossible is delivering a ‘Fantastic Four’ movie that’s actually enjoyable.
This, the first weekend of August, is the congested and desperate sign that summer fun is decidedly behind us.
Even though it may not have performed at quite the same monetary level, the ‘Mission: Impossible’ franchise pulled a ‘Fast and Furious’ this weekend by topping the charts and boosting its series to nearly-n...
Two new wide releases movies contend for your attendance this weekend. One is from a franchise we’ve come to trust, and the other from a franchise that hasn’t been worth watching in decades.
In a surprising upset, ‘Ant-Man’, the final installment to “Phase 2″ of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), retained the top spot at the box office and narrowly thwarted Adam Sandler’s new tentpole r...
This weekend, your new movie-watching options are: Adam Sandler fighting against classic videogame characters, more teenage angst, or a pretty strong boxing movie that doesn’t feature a character named Rocky.
Not that the studio is worried, but the latest installment to the Cinematic Universe opened below expectations and became Marvel’s second-weakest debut behind 2008’s ‘The Incredible Hulk’. At the same time,...