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It’s that time of year where we see which films were the biggest box office flops of 2014. 2014 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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It seems that animated films are very much back in style at the box office. I’ll be the first to admit I didn’t expect Mr. Peabody & Sherman to do much at the box office due to the age of the property, but here it sits at the top this week in its second week… read more

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I can admit when I get a prediction wrong, and this week’s number one is an example of me not predicting the audience reaction correctly. 300: Rise of an Empire took in a healthy $45 million domestic and $132.85 million globally off of a $110 million dollar budget. It will be interesting to see how… read more

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Apparently if you put a gun in Liam Nesson’s hand, people want to see the film. Non-Stop, the film that keeps Liam Nesson on a plane with someone who wants to kill all the passengers for a ransom, took the top spot at the box office this weekend. It took in $30 million off of… read more

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It appears that people just can’t get enough of a movie about building blocks. The Lego Movie took the top spot again this week with $31.4 million, bringing its domestic total to $183.1 million off of a $60 million dollar budget. No wonder a sequel is in the works. Kevin Costner’s new 3 Days to… read more

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It is clear that filmgoers are in love with Legos. A film is considered extremely successful if it drops less than 50 percent in its second weekend, and seeing The Lego Movie dropped only 29.3 percent to bring in $48.8 million, Warner Brothers has a hit on its hands. It now stands at $129.1 million… read more

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It seems that audiences were ready for a movie about building blocks. The Lego Movie took in a whopping $69.1 million this weekend. With only a $60 million dollar budget you can see why Warner Brothers has already picked a screenwriter for a sequel. Coming in second was The Monuments Men with a fairly attractive… read more

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Comedy enjoyed a third weekend at the top of the box office, but expect it to change next week. Kevin Hart and Ice Cube enjoyed a third weekend at the top of the box office with Ride Along bringing in $12.3 million. It’s domestic total now stands at $92.9 million off of a $25 million… read more

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Comedy reigned supreme this weekend, and it appears 2014 may have its second flop already. Kevin Hart and Ice Cube enjoyed a second weekend at the top of the box office with Ride Along dropping 49 percent from last weekend to take in another $21.1 million. It’s domestic total now stands at $75.4 million off… read more

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2014 is off to an interesting start at the box office with a couple surprise results, and one of them actually being of the good variety. First place this weekend went to Ride Along with a somewhat surprising $41.2 million off of its $25 million dollar budget. It’ll be interesting to see how it holds,… read more

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Welcome to the third quarter of 2013 and a look at the end of the summer film season! 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… read more

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