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  1. 45 points
  2. 15 points
  3. 15 points
    Fandango App Monday Tues Wed Thursday A Wrinke In Time 4,864 15,601 A Quiet Place 2,177 4,003 10,665 Blockers 504 1,106 2,931 Rampage 705 1,508 4,109 Truth Or Dare 385 760 2,133 Super Troopers 2,825 3,447 6,881 I Feel Pretty 871 1,610 4,423 Avengers: Infinity War 49,836 54,892 68,826 206,000 Overboard 84 409 1,044 Breaking In 727 1204 2,899 Life Of The Party 587 1,310 3,010 Deadpool 2 23,134 28,896 41,212 Show Dogs 6 128 369 Book Club 836 1,599 3,283 SW: Solo 13,688 15,855 28,533 Action Point 17 48 197 Upgrade 9 119 522 Adrift 63 308 1,268 Oceans 8 3,009 4,372 11,114 Hereditary 659 1,178 3,181 Hotel Artemis 26 166 520 Incredibles 2 20,872 23,430 39,337 Tag 314 660 1,448 Jurassic World 2 9,310 12,761 23,266 Sicario 2 788 1282 3,403 Uncle Drew 274 473 1,201 Antman & The Wasp 6,613 5,990 11,108 Purge (Wed) 2,885 8,308 Hotel Transylvania 3 1,753 2,674 6,605 14,754 Skyscraper 586 1,019 2,868 7,134 Mamma Mia 2 4,427 5,099 12,117 17,226 Equalizer 1,418 2,297 6,073 11,875 Unfriended 71 240 975 MI6 *3328 13,575 27,261 Teen Titans *462 2,125 4,526 Christopher Robin 1,560 2,442 5,355 11,509 The Spy Who Dumped Me 234 542 1,561 4,222 The Darkest Minds 130 244 579 1,777 Eighth Grade 494 508 720 936 Death of A Nation 148 194 375 1,239 The Meg 1,539 2,944 6,723 16,202 Slender Man 177 418 1,091 3,737 BlackkKlansman 432 682 1,934 5,017 Dog Days (Wed) 115 631 1,536 1,212 Crazy Rich Asians (Wed) 3,651 5,742 20,173 20,102 Alpha 181 283 943 2,069 Mile 22 282 519 1,833 5,200 Happytime Murders 382 *488 1,954 5,602 A.X.L. 32 *60 310 911 Kin 21 141 263 741 Operation Finale (Wed) 415 2,083 4,879 3,915 Searching 303 588 1,194 2,862 The Nun 2,082 5,938 13,806 28,881 Peppermint 286 863 2,508 4,441 God Bless The Broken Road 6 33 152 282 Predator 1,295 2,476 4,545 13,063 A Simple Favor 564 2,126 4,410 10,381 White Boy Rick 136 567 1,458 4,587 Unbroken 2 88 180 360 659 House With Clocks 897 1469 3607 8,074 Fahrenheit 11/9 164 281 713 1,715 Life Itself 79 162 394 953 Assassination Nation 36 94 382 Night School 1,045 1,756 3,566 Small Foot 734 1,261 2,448 Hellfest 195 304 661 Little Women 65 134 Venom 13,602 13,818 20,867 31,569 A Star Is Born 9,115 11,383 22,641 21,501 First Man 654 909 3,610 7,586 Goosebumps 2 300 631 1,733 3,615 Bad Times at the El Royale 264 481 1,257 3,350 Halloween 9,563 12,980 The Hate U Give (2k expansion) 1,026 1,542 *4pm-12am Fandango App Monday Tues Wed Thursday October 26th Hunter Killer 9 10 Indivisible 3 Johnny English Strikes Again November 2nd Bohemian Rhapsody 453 438 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms 81 102 Nobody's Fool Nov 9th Grinch 123 Girl In The Spider's Web Overlord Nov 16th Fantastic Beasts 2 359 3,395 Widows Instant Family
  4. 13 points
    https://deadline.com/2018/10/halloween-record-opening-weekend-box-office-1202485871/ Remember the rules. No spoilers, don't be a dick, have fun.
  5. 13 points
    Fandango App Monday Tues Wed Thursday A Wrinke In Time 4,864 15,601 A Quiet Place 2,177 4,003 10,665 Blockers 504 1,106 2,931 Rampage 705 1,508 4,109 Truth Or Dare 385 760 2,133 Super Troopers 2,825 3,447 6,881 I Feel Pretty 871 1,610 4,423 Avengers: Infinity War 49,836 54,892 68,826 206,000 Overboard 84 409 1,044 Breaking In 727 1204 2,899 Life Of The Party 587 1,310 3,010 Deadpool 2 23,134 28,896 41,212 Show Dogs 6 128 369 Book Club 836 1,599 3,283 SW: Solo 13,688 15,855 28,533 Action Point 17 48 197 Upgrade 9 119 522 Adrift 63 308 1,268 Oceans 8 3,009 4,372 11,114 Hereditary 659 1,178 3,181 Hotel Artemis 26 166 520 Incredibles 2 20,872 23,430 39,337 Tag 314 660 1,448 Jurassic World 2 9,310 12,761 23,266 Sicario 2 788 1282 3,403 Uncle Drew 274 473 1,201 Antman & The Wasp 6,613 5,990 11,108 Purge (Wed) 2,885 8,308 Hotel Transylvania 3 1,753 2,674 6,605 14,754 Skyscraper 586 1,019 2,868 7,134 Mamma Mia 2 4,427 5,099 12,117 17,226 Equalizer 1,418 2,297 6,073 11,875 Unfriended 71 240 975 MI6 *3328 13,575 27,261 Teen Titans *462 2,125 4,526 Christopher Robin 1,560 2,442 5,355 11,509 The Spy Who Dumped Me 234 542 1,561 4,222 The Darkest Minds 130 244 579 1,777 Eighth Grade 494 508 720 936 Death of A Nation 148 194 375 1,239 The Meg 1,539 2,944 6,723 16,202 Slender Man 177 418 1,091 3,737 BlackkKlansman 432 682 1,934 5,017 Dog Days (Wed) 115 631 1,536 1,212 Crazy Rich Asians (Wed) 3,651 5,742 20,173 20,102 Alpha 181 283 943 2,069 Mile 22 282 519 1,833 5,200 Happytime Murders 382 *488 1,954 5,602 A.X.L. 32 *60 310 911 Kin 21 141 263 741 Operation Finale (Wed) 415 2,083 4,879 3,915 Searching 303 588 1,194 2,862 The Nun 2,082 5,938 13,806 28,881 Peppermint 286 863 2,508 4,441 God Bless The Broken Road 6 33 152 282 Predator 1,295 2,476 4,545 13,063 A Simple Favor 564 2,126 4,410 10,381 White Boy Rick 136 567 1,458 4,587 Unbroken 2 88 180 360 659 House With Clocks 897 1469 3607 8,074 Fahrenheit 11/9 164 281 713 1,715 Life Itself 79 162 394 953 Assassination Nation 36 94 382 Night School 1,045 1,756 3,566 Small Foot 734 1,261 2,448 Hellfest 195 304 661 Little Women 65 134 Venom 13,602 13,818 20,867 31,569 A Star Is Born 9,115 11,383 22,641 21,501 First Man 654 909 3,610 7,586 Goosebumps 2 300 631 1,733 3,615 Bad Times at the El Royale 264 481 1,257 3,350 Halloween 9,563 12,980 21,600 The Hate U Give (2k expansion) 1,026 1,542 1,559 *4pm-12am October 26th Hunter Killer 9 10 7 Indivisible 3 8 Johnny English Strikes Again November 2nd Bohemian Rhapsody 453 438 477 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms 81 102 99 Nobody's Fool 2 Nov 9th Grinch 123 117 Nov 16th Fantastic Beasts 2 359 3,395 2,128
  6. 13 points
    50th - Kubo and the Two Strings: 17 Votes, 1 top 10 253 points Previous List - 107th This was the first time that I ever watched stop motion and truly thought it could rival drawn/CG animation. Not that I did think there were some great stop motion films before this one. Just that I tended to like the films in spite of the animation style, not because of it. This film changed me in that respect as it is gorgeous (maybe the hybridisation with CGI is what was missing for my tastes). In addition to the visuals though, this film is just a great film full stop. It has an engaging story, great voice acting, and an ending that I really thought was a really good way to end the story, even if some may disagree. I am really happy to see this film receiving more love year on year, and it will quell a little of my sadness that a few of my other favourites missed the list completely.
  7. 12 points
    37th - Tangled: 23 Votes, 1 top 10 340 points Previous List - 24th Well that highest place from the last list record didn't last long (well it is going to get broken all the time now I suppose). So here it is, the film that returned me to Disney. I was with a friend in Seoul and we wanted to get 2 hours sleep in between lunch and going out, and thus went to find a DVD room (which at the time we didn't realise the implication of). So we just randomly chose Tangled as the film to put on while trying to sleep. And wouldn't you know it, the film was fantastic and we both watched the whole thing. It has great animation, great voice acting and a lovely soundtrack. Also, the one big thing that I really appreciated the film for: It didn't waste 25 minutes of run time with the whole "You Lied! How can I trust you?" nonsense that so many films add even when it makes know sense. Ulterior motives are revealed, there's slight reaction and then everyone quickly understands that things have changed since the film began. It was really good to see people react properly to those sort of reveals in a film. Oh and still top 5 Disney of the pure CGI era.
  8. 12 points
    47th - Big Hero 6: 18 Votes, 269 points Previous List - 37th And Disney Doubles up with a modern classic... I unabashedly love this film. I think it is the 2nd best Disney animation since the resurgence in 2010. Baymax is a total joy (Although embarassingly, when I first heard of people referring to Baymax I thought they were talking about some sort of Michael Bay inspired Imax screen or something). Big Hero 6, has a lot of heart, a lot of colour and there is so much naive comedy and loveliness in this film. I really hope that we get a proper sequel some day.
  9. 11 points
    31st - Mulan: 24 Votes, 2 top 10 395 points Previous List - 22nd This was the hill I was prepared to fight @Morieris on if this interpretation of modern princesses went back far enough. You are also welcome for the most infectious song Disney ever wrote. Mulan is another film I totally ignored until my Disney binge of 2013-14, and it is the one I am most disappointed in myself for missing as it is my absolute 4th favourite Disney animation and my clear favourite with a princess lead. I remember watching this film and thinking to myself, "Wait a minute, what the hell were people talking about saying that Anna and Elsa are the first independent princesses that actually do things in their films? Mulan is saving the whole of fucking China!" I will go as far as to say, if this had been given the Pocahontas release spot, then we would be talking about a big 5 renaissance film list, not just 4.
  10. 11 points
    33rd - The Little Mermaid: 22 Votes, 3 top 10 385 points Previous List - 26th One of my go to karaoke numbers that is. The renaissance film that is remembered enough to be remembered as part of the renaissance, but not quite held on the same pedestal as the three that were still to come. The Little Mermaid is a great film, it is a little raw around the edges from being the potential last breath of a dying studio, but what it achieves is a film that has songs which hold up to this day. A princess who has more to her character than just 'oh please help me handsome stranger' (She can't speak so has to use body language to say it).. and it has a wonderful villain. This film has a strong legacy, and is still eminently rewatchable as I can attest to after having to watch it 5 times in 2 days a couple years back.
  11. 11 points
    34th - The Prince of Egypt: 19 Votes, 2 First, 1 Top 5, 2 top 10 385 points Previous List - 55th The first film to receive multiple 1st place votes (and one of only 9 in total) It's rare for a bible based film to be popular with both believers and non-believers, but this one seems to traverse that line really well. It gets away with having the obvious strong religious themes by being entertaining with great songs, and it gets away with subversions to the source material (such as Rameses being a good fun lad I believe), by using that to really emphasis and hammer home the power of the message later in the story. This is one of Dreamworks' earliest films, and is still among their best and most popular.
  12. 11 points
    https://deadline.com/2018/10/halloween-record-opening-weekend-box-office-1202485871/ Weekend estimates for Universal/Miramax/Blumhouse’s Halloween are coming in at $33M for today, (including a great $7.7M Thursday night) the second-best first day for a horror movie after It ($50.4M), on a killing spree to become the second-highest domestic horror opening of all-time at $79.4M (also behind It’s $123.4M) and possibly the biggest opening of October that is if Michael Myers can knock off Venom‘s $80.2M record from three weekend ago. But let’s see where Saturday takes us. As we’ve mentioned so far the box office trajectory many are using for Halloween is roughly akin to The Nun and It where Thursday previews accounts for 23% of Friday’s ticket sales, a Saturday that’s down in the low double digits (-10% to -15%) and a Sunday that’s down in the 35%-40% range.
  13. 11 points
  14. 11 points
    38th - Fantasia: 21 Votes, 1 Top 5, 1 top 10 339 points Previous List - 28th Two records fall: first film to receive 21 votes, and it overtakes Bambi as the highest placed film in the previous list to appear in this one. Fantasia is a hard 'film' to judge. A pet project of Walt Disney and an ambitious blend of animation with classical music, the highs in this film are very damn high indeed (Sorcerer's Apprentice and the Devil one), but the lows are also arguably a little bit more filler-like than one would hope. It is always worth watching, but I also wonder if this drop of 11 places is a sign of future drops to come with each list.
  15. 11 points
  16. 10 points
    32nd - Moana: 23 Votes, 1 top 5, 2 top 10 394 points Previous List - New My number 4 or 5 film of 2016 period (and yet still only my number 3 animation of that year) Moana was a wonderful film in a year of wonderful animations. It has possibly Disney's best ever soundtrack from a consistently standpoint (I can't think of too many others with 5 truly great songs), it has brilliant voice performances, and then there is the animation: the water is beautiful, Maui's tattoos are really well done, and it is just so bright and fun to watch. This film also had a rollercoaster run in the list, it was nowhere for the opening 10 lists or so (including the odd baffling list that had like 40 Disney animations, yet left this one off completely). Then it had a mad strong middle run that saw it threatening the top 10 at one point, before leveling off in 32nd.
  17. 10 points
    https://deadline.com/2018/10/halloween-record-opening-weekend-box-office-1202485871/ Oh shit. $77M
  18. 10 points
    39th - The Jungle Book: 19 Votes, 2 Top 5, 316 points Previous List - 39th And after ripping into a modern anime darling, I now have to try and justify why this empty nothingness of a film is the 2nd best animation of all time... Yeah... so, Jungle Book has a paper thin plot, rips Kipling to shreds and is basically just a medium for administering a few catchy songs into the brain. But I love it. I mean those songs are among the best ever written for a film. Baloo is an all time classic animated character, and Shere Khan is still a great villain to this day. It is unashamedly my favourite Disney animation and I don't think anything will ever top it. I mean how can it? It won't have Wanna Be Like you or Bare Necessities.
  19. 10 points
    45th - Shrek 2: 17 Votes, 273 points Previous List - 38th I still consider this the best Shrek Film, but for the second list running, the populace disagrees. I will Whisper it quietly, but I actually believe that Dreamworks make consistently better animated sequels than any other studio. If you compare Shrek 2, Panda 2, Dragon 2, Madagascar 2 to Toy Story 2, Monsters Uni, Finding Dory, Cars 2, and Incredibles 2. Two of my top 3 are Dreamworks and 3 of my top 5 are still Dreamworks. Shrek 2 began this streak with a film that was able to be funny, introduce new major characters that were equals to the original cast, and created a different story to the original. It's a great film that sadly marked the peak of a franchise that saw an awful third installment and finally a (actually pretty decent to be fair) 4th film.
  20. 9 points
    35th - Howl's Moving Castle: 18 Votes, 1 First, 1 Top 5, 2 top 10 379 points Previous List - 33rd And it continues with the only Ghibli film worse than Totoro (I promise I start liking things again soon). Both in live action and animation, I have watched many films that are based on books or source materials. Some have been faithful and some have shat upon the original from a great height. In general, being faithful to the original work isn't overly important to me (although there are things like Captain Corelli's Mandolin that can burn in hell), but with Howl, I just hated how much disrespect the film seemed to show the book. Everything at every turn is 'wrong' and it made me angry to watch. In one of my classes at work I had students read Howl's Moving Castle and then at the end we watched this film as an exercise in comparing different interpretations of a story, and the whole class was just watching it going 'what the fuck?' 'who is that?' why is this happening?'. I just had issue with every creative decision this film made at every turn.
  21. 9 points
    Don't think the premiere date means much because it can't be too close to Christmas anyway. Anyway, here is Willem Dafoe on a shark:
  22. 9 points
    41st - How to Train Your Dragon 2: 19 Votes, 313 points Previous List - 52nd This film came so close to surpassing the first, but it just came up short in my book. Still a great film though and another strong reason to argue that Dreamworks' '2' films are the most consistent out there. It has a strong emotional story like the first and tries its best to surpass the first film and therre are sparks where it really does achieve this. However the ending to this film is not quite as strong as the first's and that is probably the difference between it being top 40 and top 20 in this list. God I hope that number three keeps the quality up.
  23. 9 points
    43rd - Coraline: 18 Votes, 1 Top 5, 278 points Previous List - 48th The penultimate film on the list I have not seen. Yep, not something random from Japan, i reasonably widely known animated film. This is one of 4 films that I tend to associate with Tim Burton without ever really bothering to double check if they are actually Burton stories (along with Frankenweenie, Nightmare before Xmas and Corpse Bride - the only one of which I have seen being Corpse Bride... no wait I've seen Nightmare too) Coraline has the visual to suggest that if you like the films in the brackets, then you'll likely like this one too and thus it is surprising that I have not ever found time to watch it as evidence suggests that I would be a fan and thus this film would have been up in the ... wait actually only 1 place higher probably.
  24. 9 points
    Oscar Isaac: Yeah, Abrams allowing us to do some improv. We're having a fun time making the movie. BOT: SEE ABRAMS DOESN'T KNOW WHAT HE'S DOING. HE CAN'T FIND ANY CLOSURE. RUIN JOHNSON DESTROYED THE TRILOGY. STAR WARS IS DEAD MYEH MYEH MYEH MYEH MYEH I swear some of y'all just want to complain about this movie because you have nothing better to do lmao
  25. 9 points
    46th - The Emperor's New Groove: 19 Votes, 1 Top 10 269 points Previous List - 42nd Hat Trick for Disney And we move onto the funniest Disney film of all time. Possibly the most underated Disney film of all time, and my own person number 5 placed Disney animation. I remember seeing the trailers for this when they were first advertised and thinking that it looked stupid. I had no intention of watching it, and I never did watch it until 2014. And what do you know, this turned out to be the meta'breaking piece of nonsense that was probably 10 years ahead of its time in retrospect. A film that was a total mess in production, changed tone and story multiple times before striking gold with the llama concept and the gloriousness that is Kronk, Also, John Goodman is a god damn treasure.


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