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It’s that time of year where we see which films were the biggest box office flops of 2015. 2015 has come to a close, so now we can see what films were sure to have gotten at least a few executives yelled at. A few notes on the table, the vast majority of those listed… read more

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Bond is back… but don’t pop the champagne for it quite yet. While Spectre won the box office this weekend with $73M, that is $15M below the opening weekend of Skyfall. That’s not good. Yes, the film already stands globally at $299M off of a reported budget of $245M, but remember it needs to at… read more

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The box office had three new films this weekend, and they definitely shook up the status quo of the past few weeks. Goosebumps, based on the popular series of books, took the top spot this weekend with $23.5M off of a $58M budget. Seeing as it needs $116M to break even in Hollywood math, it… read more

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Audiences are still wanting to know how the heck Matt Damon gets off of Mars. The Martian held on to first place in its second weekend dropping only 31.9 percent from its opening weekend. It took in $37M for a new domestic total of $108.71M, and a global haul of $227.81M, off of a $108M… read more

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Guillermo del Toro is back doing horror, and it looks awesome in Crimson Peak. I won’t even try to hide the fact I’m a del Toro fan boy. I think he is one of the most interesting directors currently working, and there is no way you can’t say he doesn’t have a definite vision and… read more

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Welcome to the fourth of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2015. Following up on last year’s product, I’m back with a look at the films of 2015. Something different I’m trying this year is you will first get the quarterly breakdowns, and then an overall post will be like a… read more

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