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Weekend Box Office: Fury Tops Gone Girl While Limited Release Birdman Gets Major Buzz

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/19/14 at 07:04 PM CT

It was a battle of the R-rated drama this weekend, and while the tank may have topped the mystery, the result was a lot closer than one would have predicted. It wasn't as good of news for the other two wide-release openings, which only did middling to tepid business. But the biggest buzz came from a pair of limited-release openings, which posted some of the most impressive numbers of the year - h...

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New in Theaters October 17: Fury, Book of Life, The Best of Me

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/16/14 at 06:44 AM CT

Two strong weekends in October have come and gone and it looks like things are going to stay strong. Three new arrivals this week look to shake up the box office. An action-packed war film with an impressive cast, a colorful animated film for the family and, for those couples out there, another Nicholas Sparks adaptation sure to tug on the heartstrings. With Gone Girl continuing to impress, I thi...

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New on DVD and Blu-ray Week of October 14-October 20

Harley Lond - wrote on 10/14/14 at 01:22 AM CT


"Chinese Puzzle": Follow-up to Cedric Klapisch's "Russian Dolls" (2005) and "L'Auberge Espagnol" (2002), both centering on the romantic pursuits of Romain Duris' Xavier Rousseau. Life is still very complicated for Rousseau. Now 40-years-old, a failed writer, and divorced, he's heartbroken when the mother of his children moves with them from Paris ...

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Weekend Box Office: Gone Girl Staves off Dracula, Alexander for Second Win in a Row

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/12/14 at 08:31 PM CT

The fall is turning out to be a windfall for Hollywood, as the lean months have some teeth to them. Much like the beginning of the year, the 2014 is now outpacing 2013 by a healthy margins. The box office took in $150 million for the weekend - up 30% compared to the same weekend last year. It was a great weekend for both new releases and some old friends as both adults and families alike poured i...

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New in Theaters October 10: Dracula Untold, Kill the Messenger, The Judge, Very Bad Day

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/09/14 at 06:48 AM CT

After a record-setting October weekend, I'm guessing Hollywood is looking to keep the good times rolling. They sure aren't letting up when it comes to releasing new movies as this weekend will see four movies vying for attention - another horror film will try to compete with Annabelle, a very dramatic film for the adults, a very lighthearted film for the family and crime drama, you know, to even ...

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New on DVD and Blu-ray Week of October 7-October 13

Harley Lond - wrote on 10/07/14 at 03:19 AM CT


"Edge of Tomorrow": Here's a time-loop sci-fi adventure that really works, one that not only gives us plausible scenarios, lots of military action and terrific special effects, but also a fine performance from the enigmatic Tom Cruise. All from eclectic director Doug Liman (who brought us "Swingers," "Go," "The Bourne Identity" and "Jumper"). The ...

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Weekend Box Office: Gone Girl Edges Out Annabelle in Thrilling Debuts

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/05/14 at 07:47 PM CT

The weekend was a monster - and I'm not just talking about that scary doll. With Gone Girl and Annabelle both posting impressive numbers, this weekend was the biggest October weekend on record - and up a fantastic 23% compared to last year (when Gravity opened to $55 million). The two films led the way, but the also-rans also scored some strong week-to-week numbers, which was another big factor i...

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New in Theaters October 03: Gone Girl, Annabelle, Left Behind

Chris Kavan - wrote on 10/02/14 at 06:52 AM CT

September had a nice couple of weekends to end the month, even if it started out a quite slow. Now that we've reached October, slowly but surely we're going to be entering the all-important Oscar season. There's one movie that's looking to capitalize on its increasingly good buzz, if not to ride to the Academy Awards, at least ride to a good opening. Otherwise we have spin-off horror movie that i...

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New on DVD and Blu-ray Week of September 30-October 6

Harley Lond - wrote on 09/30/14 at 04:08 AM CT


After helming one giga-budget film after another (the first two "Iron Man" outings and the bomb "Cowboys & Aliens") writer-director-producer Jon Favreau returned to his indie roots ("Made," "Swingers") with "Chef," the surprise indie hit of 2014. The low-budget film (but with a cast of A-list actors -- Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara, John L...

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Weekend Box Office: Equalizer Easily Guns Down Competition in Impressive Fashion

Chris Kavan - wrote on 09/28/14 at 11:26 PM CT

There was some question as to which movie was going to come out on top this weekend. But following a strong Friday, the question was quickly answered. While the weekend was pretty much on par with the way things went last year in terms of total grosses, all things told, it still points toward a healthy September at a time were traditionally movies struggle. Perhaps this means we're going to end t...

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