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Blankments last won the day on July 26 2015

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  1. Sorry, I've been on vacation. I'll go off of this, but be aware this is for this coming weekend. Debuts and returns will not be labeled for once. Peter Rabbit, Death Wish, Fifty Shades Freed, Annihilation, Every Day, The Greatest Showman, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Get Out, Darkest Hour, I, Tonya, Samson, and Winchester are gone. A Wrinkle in Time - 14 Black Panther - 13 (down 9) Pacific Rim: Uprising - 7/6 (2D/3D) total 13 Tomb Raider - 13 I Can Only Imagine - 11 Sherlock Gnomes - 8/3 (2D/3D) total 11 Love, Simon - 10 Midnight Sun - 8 Game Night - 3 (down 10) Red Sparrow - 3 (down 7) Strangers: Prey at Night - 3 Unsane - 3
  2. Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. Isle of Dogs 2. Pacific Rim Uprising 3. Incredibles 2 4. The LEGO Movie 2 5. Widows 6. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 7. How to Train Your Dragon 3 8. Mission: Impossible - Fallout 9. Avengers: Infinity War 10. Creed 2
  3. 600M Star Wars: The Last Jedi - January 20 500M Beauty and the Beast - May 28 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 30 400M Beauty and the Beast – April 4 Wonder Woman - August 8 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 26 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - March 18 300M Beauty and the Beast – March 26 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 21 Wonder Woman - June 23 Spider-Man: Homecoming - August 10 It - October 7 Thor: Ragnarok - December 10 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 22 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - January 19 200M Beauty and the Beast – March 21 Logan – March 26 The Fate of the Furious - May 5 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 13 Wonder Woman - June 11 Spider-Man: Homecoming - July 16 Despicable Me 3 - July 20 It - September 16 Thor: Ragnarok - November 12 Justice League - December 5 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 17 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - January 3 Coco - January 20 100M Split - February 7 The LEGO Batman Movie - February 20 Fifty Shades Darker – February 25 Logan – March 7 Get Out – March 11 Beauty and the Beast – March 18 Kong: Skull Island – March 18 The Boss Baby – April 13 The Fate of the Furious - April 17 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 6 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - June 3 Wonder Woman - June 4 Cars 3 - June 26 Transformers: The Last Knight - July 2 Despicable Me 3 - July 5 Spider-Man: Homecoming - July 9 War for the Planet of the Apes - July 24 Dunkirk - July 30 Baby Driver - August 13 Girls Trip - August 17 It - September 10 Annabelle: Creation - September 19 Thor: Ragnarok - November 5 Justice League - November 20 Kingsman: The Golden Circle - December 1 Coco - December 2 Wonder - December 10 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 15 Daddy's Home 2 - December 26 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - December 27 Murder on the Orient Express - December 28 The Greatest Showman - January 16 Pitch Perfect 3 - January 21
  4. If Minorities Made the Most - A Box Office List

    Ryan Coogler officially holds the record, but just when will King T'Challa end his reign??
  5. 600M Black Panther - March 18 500M Black Panther - March 4 400M Black Panther - February 25 300M Black Panther - February 23 200M Black Panther - February 18 100M Black Panther - February 17 Peter Rabbit - March 17
  6. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    I feel like I should really stop drinking caffeine; it severely adds to my anxiety lol
  7. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    I decided to randomly write a musical number in my script, because I honestly think it'd be better to deliver the exposition in a song
  8. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    check out Thoroughbreds if your theater has it. if not, check out Game Night
  9. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    btw if it wasn't clear, I went on a roadtrip last week to Oklahoma City, Roswell, Flagstaff, Salt Lake City, and Denver, so that's why I haven't been online I listened to 20 musical soundtracks too during the trip which was neat
  10. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    I drove through Colorado and Utah last week and they both had relatively nice mountains
  11. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    (I realize this question is essentially my constant repeat of "how do you not overthink things?" lol)
  12. Classic Conversation, now with added Teen Angst

    How do you not make things weird guys (btw I'm back)
  13. Game Night (2018)

    A rare studio comedy that isn’t pure improv or a star vehicle, Game Night takes its high concept premise and runs with it. Daley and Goldstein take the chance to direct very funny setpieces and keep their actors focused on the script, allowing the few improv moments within the film to really stand-out. The cast is phenomenal; although Jesse Plemons is a clear stand-out, this is truly an ensemble piece where everyone has a chance to shine. Bateman and McAdams anchor it well with a strong sense of chemistry, but really, there’s not a single weak part of the cast. The aspects of parody are very well done, and the film keeps up the pace in a way modern American comedy typically falters at. The only major issue with it is a few poor meta-jokes that are real clunkers, along some cliché plot elements about the main characters’ relationships that feel out of place compared to the more inspired stuff here. Still, Game Night is the type of comedy studios should strive to release, featuring charming actors, a more natural raunchiness than usual, and a bit of directorial flair to make it all sing. A very enjoyable time at the theater. B+
  14. Good Morning (1959)

    Good Morning might drag a little bit, but it's frequently funny, has an amusing message about the dangers of small talk, and ends with a wonderful poop-your-pants joke. It holds up very well and Ozu's direction is top-notch. Shimazu steals the show as a young child who always feels natural in his cuteness. Good Morning is a good movie with an excellent message: television is a necessity in the modern era.

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