What do you call the reboot of a franchise that has already been rebooted once unsuccessfully? A re-reboot? That’s one of the questions we have to ponder when looking over this week’s new Blu-ray releases.
Lots of money was made at the box office this weekend, but not so much from Friday’s new releases.
Masochists flooded theaters this weekend to publicly flagellate themselves by paying to see the should-be direct-to-video ‘300’ sequel, while DreamWorks Animation’s lasted irrelevant family flick underperformed.
This weekend’s two wide movie releases both made major splashes at the domestic box office – but according to Christians, most people made the wrong decision.
Some of this weekend’s new movie releases have decent appeal, but wouldn’t you rather finally catch up with a nominated film before Sunday’s Oscar party?
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