We have a lot of traveling to do this week. The latest batch of Blu-ray releases take us from the far reaches of space to the other side of death. Strap yourselves in. The ride might get bumpy.
2015 was a year of many blockbuster movies that made lots of money. Many of them did not deserve to make so much money, but a few may have been halfway watchable, and an even smaller number actually “good.” Which of the year’s meg...
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...
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.
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.
Last week’s reigning champions continued their successful runs. Meanwhile, no amount of pixie dust could save this weekend’s two biggest new movies.
As expected, Ridley Scott’s science-fiction disaster flick took the top spot at the box office, but that wasn’t the weekend’s only success story.
In an all-around successful weekend, both Adam Sandler’s animated sequel and Nancy Meyers’ new film opened to solid numbers, alongside the expansions of some films that did well in limited release.
September continues to be surprisingly busy for movies this year. This weekend brings three new nationwide releases, one nationwide expansion, one new notable limited release, and one limited expansion.
As we close out the month of January, Bruce Willis reminds us how often he dies hard, Christopher Walken kidnaps the wrong dog, Adam Sandler gets animated, and activity of a paranormal nature occurs yet again.
After opening, most nationwide movies drop down the Top 10 week after week. Some titles will occasionally climb up the ranks, but that doesn’t happen very often – especially not with a three-week-old film. Yet such is the case wit...
What a sad weekend for the two wide releases. Let this be a lesson to the studios behind them: Yes, you can make too many sequels in a franchise, and most of us are smart enough to stay away from horrible-looking prequels.