The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

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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Hollywood is going out with a distinct whimper it seems as the summer of 2015 comes to a close. Straight Outta Compton didn’t even break a sweat this weekend to take the number one spot again. It took in $26.76M, a fall of 55.5 percent over its opening weekend, but well within expectations following its… read more

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Universal continued its phenomenal year with yet another win this weekend. Straight Outta Compton took the top spot this weekend with a very healthy $56M off of a $28M budget. This is the best opening ever for a musical biopic, and just about unheard of for a drama during the summer. It’ll be interesting to… read more

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Sometimes you can just tell from day one a film is going to flop, and sure enough it did. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation won its second weekend with a decent drop off of 47 percent to take in $29.4M this weekend and a new domestic total of $108.65M. Globally it stands at $265.35M. Josh… read more

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Guy Ritchie appears to be in form with the latest trailer for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Guy Ritchie has had a mixed career to be sure with super highs such as Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels to Revolver (which I will never be sure what it was about). But, of course, commercially he is best… read more

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I had my doubts about this movie, but I have to say The Man From U.N.C.L.E. trailer just looks like a ton of fun. Lets face it, Guy Ritchie’s directing career has been a mixed bag. While Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels is way up on my all time favorites list, I’m still not… read more

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Welcome to the third 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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