Weekend Winners

5 10 2009

Ah, the first weekend of October. Leaves start falling from the trees, the temperature drops and good movies come out of their one-month hibernation. Check out our weekend review of Zombieland later today and your weekend winners are after the jump.

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Weekend Winners

28 09 2009

I must say that while critics gave it strong marks, it is a weird day when a movie about comestible precipitation (yeah, I went to college) is able to take the number one spot two weeks in a row and drop less than 20%. October can’t get here soon enough. All that and more in your weekend winners.

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Weekend Winners

21 09 2009

Evidently, with the exception of kids and their parents, nobody wanted to go see a movie this weekend. Perhaps the workload after a relaxing summer finally kicked in, perhaps people wanted to watch the football, but, nonetheless, Hollywood can’t be happy. Your top five from this past weekend after the jump.

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Weekend Winners

14 09 2009

As expected, the Tyler Perry fanbase pushed I Can Do Bad All By Myself to number one at the box office this weekend, which now stands as the third best opening that Perry has had. Check out the rest of the top five after the jump.

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Weekend Winners

8 09 2009

Did we mention that September is a sucky time for movies? How else could The Final Destination be the first movie to take the top spot two weeks in a row since Transformers 2? Though it didn’t place, check out our review of Extract later today. Your three-day-weekend top five after the jump.

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Weekend Winners

24 08 2009

As we predicted on Friday, Avatar Day pushed Inglourious Basterds to a $14 million opening night and an opening weekend that more than doubled the money received by its competitors. Check out the rest of the top five after the jump

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Weekend Winners

17 08 2009

Just like in the movies, the good guys always triumph over the bad guys at the end. Check back later for our review of District 9, but in the mean time, your top five at the box office this weekend is after the jump:

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