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It may have won the weekend, but it seems the shine is off of LEGO a bit. LEGO Movie 2 took the top spot this weekend with $34.4M. While not a bad haul, it’s about half of what The LEGO Movie took in its opening weekend five years ago. Second place went to What Men… read more

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Super Bowl weekend is always a quiet one at the box office, and this year is no different. Glass took the top spot this weekend with $9.53M for a new domestic total of $88.65M and a global total of $198.95M off of a $20M budget. Second place went to The Upside with $8.85M for a… read more

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This time of year is always a weird one for films, and this weekend really summed that up. Glass took the top spot this weekend with $19.04M for a new domestic total of $73.58M and a global total of $162.68M off of a $20M budget. Second place went to The Upside with $12.24M for a… read more

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This time of year is always a weird one for films, and this weekend really summed that up. Glass took the top spot this weekend with $40.58M off of a $20M budget. Second place went to The Upside with $15.67M for a new domestic total of $43.98M off of a $37.5M budget. Dragon Ball Super:… read more

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Welcome to the first part of an analysis of every major film release of 2019. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2019, but with some more changes. Gone is the quarterly analysis, it will now be down to monthly reports. They will be published the last… read more

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I’ve never kept it a secret I’m not a huge fan of M. Night Shyamalan. For the most part I think his films are garbage, but I did enjoy Unbreakable a lot. When Split came out and turned out to be a sequel, I watched it… and again enjoyed it. Hey, he’s up to two… read more

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