Suddenly Susan will be back soon but in the meantime let’s get to the box office! Annabelle: Creation scared up number one with over 35 million and beating estimates and doubling their budget! Dunkirk continued to thrive adding another 11 million to the war saga’s bank. The
As a reminder Suddenly Susan is out and about this week! For one of the lowest box office weekends, a lot opened! The Dark Tower was number one, making around 19.5 million dollars. However, it was on the low end of expectations. Continuing to perform well is
The thing I love about watching movies at home is that it gives new life to films that one might not see in the theaters for various reasons. I don’t know what it is about some films that makes them feel more assessable during home viewing but
Suddenly Susan is out on an expedition climbing Mount Kilimanjaro but will be back in a couple weeks. I’m taking over for her, so let the box office breakdown begin! Dunkirk battled some animated poop to capture the top spot once again. The film only dropped 41%
Being a child, raised in a certain era, one can’t help but have a fondness for the early days of cable reruns and the films that played over and over on networks like HBO, USA and TNT. It was during that time of course that horror films
War for the Planet of the Apes conquered the top spot opening with $56.5 million. Spider-Man: Homecoming swung into second place with $45.2 million. Despicable Me 3 was very respectable at number three with $18.9 million. Baby Driver got ticketed at number four with $8.7 million.
Spider-Man: Homecoming snared the top spot catching $117 million in its web. Despicable Me 3 was well liked at number two with $33.9 million. Baby Driver was in the hot seat at number three with $12.7 million. Wonder Woman roared at number four with $10.1 million.
Despicable Me 3 had a pretty respectable opening at number one with $75.4 million. Baby Driver pulled into second place with $21 million. Transformers: The Last Knight shifted into the number three spot with $17 million. Wonder Woman had some girl power at number four
Transformers: The Last Knight morphed into the top spot, opening at number one with $69 million. Cars 3 made a pit stop at number two with $25.17 million. Wonder Woman lassoed a tie at number two/three, also with $25.17 million. eters Down swam up a spot to
Science Fiction audiences are some of the most sophisticated and intelligent audiences out there. They ponder over every nuance, try and figure out if the science behind the film was correct, and get absorbed into the world of what it is they are watching. When there’s a
I’m going to put it out there that I’m actually old enough to remember watching the original G.L.O.W. (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) when I was growing up as a teenager. I even had a crush on Amy, The Farmer’s Daughter and thought Spike and Chainsaw
When it comes to thrillers, Gore Verbinski knows his way around a good scare. He is the man behind The Ring after all and now he’s back in A Cure for Wellness. The parallels between the two films have more than just the director in common, they