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The Clint Eastwood/Tom Hanks pairing continues to pay dividends, as the flick was the #1 film for the second week in a row with $22 million. All of the hype behind Blair Witch was all for almost nothing, as the film made a disappointing $9.65 million. That figure was actually good enough for second place, [...]


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The Clint Eastwood directed, Tom Hanks headlined Sully was the undisputed #1 box office champ over the weekend, as it debuted with a solid $35.5 million. The Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall thriller When the Bough Breaks overcame mixed reviews for a second place finish and a haul of $15 million. Unfortunately, the animated feature [...]


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The phrase “go big or go home” is best received when the risk taker actually achieves his or her goal, but unfortunately the losers that went home this box office season were aplenty. Steven Spielberg absolutely whiffed with the children’s movie The BFG which grossed over $160 million worldwide. Unfortunately, the flick cost $140 million, [...]


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Don’t Breathe was the #1 film over the weekend, and its $26.1 million debut should ensure this $9.9 million budgeted film should turn a profit for Sony. Well reviewed and powered by good word of mouth, the flick should do brisk business in the coming weeks. Fellow newcomer [...]


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The good news is Suicide Squad continues its box office dominance with a $20.7 million weekend, proving its naysayers absolutely wrong. Unfortunately, the $100 million epic Ben-Hur was a total misfire, as it debuted at #5 with a lackluster $11.35 million.

The Jonah Hill and Miles Teller feature War [...]


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Even though it experienced over a 67% decrease in its second weekend, Suicide Squad was still the top performer at the box office, beating out Sausage Party and Pete’s Dragon with $43.7 million. Made for just $19 million, Sausage Party was also a huge winner and thanks to strong word of mouth [...]


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Suicide Squad received absolutely horrible reviews, but the film proved that critics really don’t matter as its $135.1 million debut set the record for best August launch ever. The previous record was for Guardians of the Galaxy, which took in $94.3 million, and Suicide Squad easily bested that mark. Unfortunately, Jennifer Garner and Kevin Spacey’s [...]


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Despite lukewarm reviews, Jason Bourne was the top earner ar this weekend’s box office as it took in $60 million. Considering the movie has an estimated budget of $120 million, Jason Bourne should reap a solid profit for Universal. Meanwhile, Bad Moms had a solid debut with $23.4 million,and the Mila Kunis headlined comedy’s economical [...]


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Although Star Trek Beyond was the #1 film of the weekend with a solid $59.6 million, its opening was not as successful as Star Trek Into Darkness ($70.1 million) and Star Trek ($75.2 million). The picture, however, has received strong reviews and should do brisk business in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, fellow [...]


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The Secret Life of Pets beat out Ghostbusters for the box office crown, making $50.56 million over the weekend. Ghostbusters did solid business with a $46 million opening, with The Legend of Tarzan coming in a distant third with just $11.1 million. Even with its strong debut, Ghostbusters cost an estimated $144 million (this figure [...]


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