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Official Weekend Estimates: Straigth Outta Compton - 56.1M; The Man From UNCLE - 13.5M; MI5 - 17.3M; Fantastic Four - 8M

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No one cares about it anymore, but I saw Shaun the Sheep over the weekend with Wrathette #2. While the theater was surprisingly full for a movie doing so badly, I have to say it was actually pretty disappointing. Technically proficient, but really slow paced and not especially engaging. Wrathette #2 admitted to being bored and for the first time in a very long time I actually checked my watch to see how long it had left. Hard to believe its the same folks who made Chicken Run.

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The End of the Tour    $405,650    +65%    133    97    $3,050    $944,313    3    
Amy (2015)    $210,517    -22%    131    -18    $1,607    $7,374,123    7    

Best of Enemies         $120,986     +48%     47     $2,574       $341,675     
Dark Places    $29,882    -70%    +32    -119    $934    $195,543    2
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl          $23,275     -19%     35     $665       $6,676,747     
The Look of Silence    $8,286    +18%    12    -1    $691    $81,342    5
Ex Machina    $4,135    -47%    5    -5    $827    $25,427,512    19
The Pardon    $453    +278%    3    2    $151    $6,433    8
 

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I was in Vegas this weekend and the hotel had a movie theater. Everybody took off to see SOC at some point during our trip. I didn't go and watch it. They said it was really good. Most weren't expecting it to be as good as it was. But then these are a L.A. people with a history of the times and the music. I have a long movie list to catch up on.  I've been wrapped up in sports since my team won the championship. LOL.

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Mission: Impossible - Rogue…         $17,186,540     -40%     3,700     $4,645       $138,323,095
Terminator: Genisys     $150,861     -53%     185     $815       $88,809,708
 

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Wow at SOC. Awesome number.  Universal has been winning all year.

 

Man from Uncle though. :(

 

And Good God for FF4. What a mess. :wacko:  This was supposed to be their XFC. They should have just let it be.  

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I was in Vegas this weekend and the hotel had a movie theater. Everybody took off to see SOC at some point during our trip. I didn't go and watch it. They said it was really good. Most weren't expecting it to be as good as it was. But then these are a L.A. people with a history of the times and the music. I have a long movie list to catch up on.  I've been wrapped up in sports since my team won the championship. LOL.

 

Is you team the Warriors?

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The Gift (2015)    $6,509,604    -45%    2,519    16    $2,584    $23,586,927    2
Tangerine          $31,521     -27%     41     $769       $563,924     
Self/Less          $25,285     -38%     41     $617       $12,257,247     
The Wolfpack          $4,555     -73%     11     $414       $1,261,498
The Tribe         $3,385     -18%     8     $423       $131,253     61
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Re…          $3,326     +115%     5     $665       $203,279     75
Iris         $3,043     +198%     7     $435       $1,298,129

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Sunday's:
Fantastic Four         $2,329,355     -31%     4,004     $582       $42,129,974     10
Paper Towns         $157,442     -35%     599     $263       $30,404,908     
Spy!         $61,530     -35%     226     $272       $109,847,503
Mistress America          $26,960     -25%     4     $6,740       $93,206
Home         $18,955     -31%     129     $147       $177,195,091   

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weekend:

Straight Outta Compton    $60,200,180    --    2,757    --    $21,835    $60,200,180    1

Fantastic Four          $8,168,756     -68%     4,004     $2,040       $42,129,974

Minions         $5,148,000     -31%     2,640     $1,950       $312,916,710

Trainwreck         $3,836,160     -38%     1,998     $1,920       $97,955,120

Shaun the Sheep Movie    $2,881,311    -29%    2,360    40    $1,221    $11,148,582    2
Paper Towns          $588,908     -60%     599     $983       $30,404,908
Brothers: Blood Against Blood         $357,404           164     $2,179       $357,404

She's Beautiful When She's Angry    $1,374    232%    2    0    $687    $398,758    37

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E.    $13,421,036    --    3,638    --    $3,689    $13,421,036    1

Southpaw    $2,414,335    -49%    1,727    -547    $1,398    $45,621,625    4

Jurassic World          $1,239,840     -36%     738     $1,680       $637,971,480   

The Vatican Tapes    $33,356    1%    66    14    $505    $1,764,089    4

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ECSTASY!

Hi.

Hi Mr. Pink.

 

By gawd, the return of Ecstasy has finally happened. 

 

Yes Finally.

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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION took in $17.19M this weekend. Domestic total stands at $138.32M. #MissionImpossible

The wife and I saw this over the weekend! Very good flick even if one whole action chase scene was wholly unnecessary do to something a character reveals after the fact. 

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Recent memroy?

How bout...biggest summer EVER.

i guess that could work as well but how they went from having just 3 films debut in the summer with over 40 million back in 2001 to having their first 200 million debut this year.

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Vacation (2015)    $5,184,137    -42%    3,088    -342    $1,679    $46,706,202    3

San Andreas          $355,314     -24%     266     $1,336       $153,465,030     
Max          $276,120     +110%     304     $908       $41,170,952     
Mad Max: Fury Road          $122,147     -27%     168     $727       $152,727,123
Magic Mike XXL     Warner Bros.     $100,389     -59%     162     $620       $65,591,642
The Gallows     Warner Bros.     $35,525     -64%     74     $480       $22,533,986     
 

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