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A Good Day to Die Hard

Oscars weekend is always quiet at the box office, but this one was especially quiet with a 22 percent drop from last year. Identity Thief regains the top spot at the box office this weekend with $14 million. This brings its domestic total to $93.6 million off of a $35 million budget. Apparently this movie… read more

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Apparently some people still are up for seeing Bruce Willis get into horrible situations, but not as many as used to. A Good Day to Die Hard took the weekend with $25 million bringing its total to $33.2 million. It’s currently pacing behind the last film, Live Free or Die Hard. It’s only about $5… read more

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Despite the winter storm, and this same basic story being turned in to a film about every ten years, Identity Thief stole the weekend. Much to everyone’s surprise, Identity Thief over performed by about one-third  at the box office this weekend to take in around $36.5 million. Considering it had a budget of $35 million,… read more

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Welcome to the first of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2013. I decided to attempt something new this year where I would make some comments about every major release for the year before they released. I have compiled the list and broken it down by quarter. Wednesday- 1st Quarter… read more

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A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth in the series, looks to be about as much as receiving a cavity search. Look, the first Die Hard was brilliant. It even holds up today. Die Harder was even fun, and I still enjoy it. After that, I’ve seen them, but I couldn’t care less about… read more

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It appears that Bruce Willis is going back to the well again for a fifth outing as John McClane in, A Good Day to Die Hard. On the off chance that the absolutely absurd scenes of Live Free and Die Hard didn’t turn you off to the series (the fighter jet … what were they… read more

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