Last week brought us the Blu-ray release of one of the most popular and well-liked movies of the year. This week… doesn’t. But it has Michael Bay’s latest attempt to cynically exploit a 1980s children’s property. So there’s that....
One of this weekend’s new movies hit the ground running. The others, not so much.
For the first time since early August, a new release has managed to leapfrog over Michael Bay’s turtle ninjas and Marvel’s galaxy guardians to take the top spot at the box office.
This year has been unimpressive at the box office, and that trend continued this weekend with the lowest collective grosses in two years.
Labor Day traditionally marks the end of the summer movie season. Even with that behind us, it’s likely that summer movies will dominate the box office for weeks to come – especially if the first batch of fall movies are so poor....
On the fourth weekend of their release, those a-holes known as the Guardians of the Galaxy jumped back to the top of the box office with $17.6 million, shoving aside a lot of newer competition to get there. Who saw this coming?
Three new movies had hoped to vie for the #1 spot at the box office this weekend, but none of them could get those damn turtles to hide in their shells.
This weekend marks the second in a row for huge August debuts. Last week’s was due to consumer confidence in the Marvel brand and this week’s was due to nostalgia.
The future of the Galaxy is at risk of being upset by Michael Bay’s second waste of time this summer.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have returned, possibly signaling the moment when ’90s nostalgia hits the mainstream. There’s a problem with nostalgia, though. Fond memories tend to make things seem better than they were. Unless ...
This week’s batch of upcoming movie trailers feature sequels, remakes and adaptations of material ripped directly from our childhoods.
We’re inching right up to the summer movie season. Which of this year’s potential blockbusters are you most excited to see?