I’m a big fan of documentary film. Sometimes real life contains unusual and fantastic stories far beyond what our imagination could ever create. Below is a list of twelve of my favorite documentaries covering subjects that are absurd, bizarre and also funny. 12. The Wolfpack (2015) –
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Box Office Breaking Down…. I hope you box office junkies are all staying healthy and safe. In light of the state of the country right now, let’s break down the impact of COVID-19 on the movie industry. Effective March 17th, both AMC and Regal closed all U.S.
I thought since many of us are forcibly working from home, or not allowed to work at all, a list of my favorite “the world as we know it is ending” films might be a fun distraction. In fact, most of these movies will make having the
With the Coronavirus pandemic (the panic is the real virus BTW), some releases were delayed. Here’s what was left of the box office. Onward held the top spot with $10.5 million. I Still Believe sang a tune, opening at number two with $9.5 million. Bloodshot was
Onward went upwards, opening at number one with $40 million. The Invisible Man was in sight at number two with $15.1 million. The Way Back moved forward, opening at number three with $8.5 million. Sonic the Hedgehog spun into the number four spot with $7.9 million.
The Invisible Man was highly seen, opening at number one with $29 million. Sonic the Hedgehog spun out to number two with 16 million. The Call of the Wild howled at number three with $13.2 million. My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising battled for the number four spot,
Sonic The Hedgehog dashed his way to number one for the second week with $26.3 million. The Call of the Wild resonated at number two, opening with $24.8 million. Birds of Prey flocked down to number three with $7 million. Brahms: The Boy II was a
Sonic the Hedgehog blasted its way to number one, opening with $57 million. Birds of Prey got clipped at number two with $17.1 million. Fantasy Island was cast away, opening at number three with $12.4 million. The Photograph was negative, opening at number four with $12.2
Birds of Prey soared to number one, opening with $33.2 million. Bad Boys for Life looked good at number two with $12 million. 1917 waged war at number three with $9 million. Dolittle did just that at number four with $6.6 million. Jumnaji: the Next
Bad Boys for Life was still good at number one for the third week with $17.6 million. 1917 battled hard for the number two spot with $9.6 million. Dolittle did little again at number three with $7.7 million. Gretel & Hansel got lost at number four,
Bad Boys for Life made good again at number one with $34 million. 1917 waged war at number two with $15.8 million. Dolittle did just that at number three with $12.5 million. The Gentlemen showed some class, opening at number four with $11 million. Jumanji:
Bad Boys for Life made good, opening at number one with $59.1 million. Doolittle did just that, opening at number two with $22.5 million. 1917 battled for the number three spot with $22.1 million. Jumanji: The Next Level lost some points at number four with $9.5