Thursday, December 29, 2016

Rogue One Set to Ring in New Year on Top

With no new movies being released in theaters this weekend, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story looks to ring in the New Year on top.


My Predictions:

Movie
Rogue One
Sing
Passengers      
Fences
Moana
Weekend Gross (millions)
$35
$20
$8
$7
$6







Monday, December 26, 2016

Rogue One Wins Christmas Weekend with $64.5 Million

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, easily dominated the box office this weekend with $64.4 million, for a domestic total of $286.4 million.  It also raked in another $47 million overseas for a foreign total of $237.4 million. Rogue One has made $538.8 million worldwide, so far.

The American Idol-ish animated flick Sing, took in a decent $35 million and has already grossed $55.9 million since opening Wednesday.  It should hold over well during the week.

Other newcomers, Passengers ($14.9 million), Why Him? ($11.1 million), and Assassin's Creed ($10.3 million) round out the top 5.  Since the budgets of Passengers and Assassin's Creed are $110 million and $125 million a piece, this doesn't bode well. They'll be hoping for a strong overseas gross.

Awards contention films: Fences expanded in theaters on Christmas Day to help bump it up to the 7th spot ($6.7 million) and La La Land also expanded a bit more to help it land 8th place ($5.7 million)



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Rogue One
2) Sing
3) Passengers
4) Why Him?
5) Assassin's Creed
6) Moana
7) Fences
8) La La Land
9) Office Christmas Party 
10) Collateral Beauty
$64.4 million
$35.3 million
$14.9 million
$11.1 million
$10.3 million
$7.4 million
$6.7 million
$5.7 million
$5.1 million
$4.3 million
$286.4 million
$55.9 million
$22.2 million
$11.1 million
$17.8 million
$180.4 million
$6.9 million
$13.6 million
$42.2 million
$15.3 million
$200 million
$75 million
$45  million
$38 million
$125 million
$150 million
$24 million
$30 million
$45 million
$36 million




Thursday, December 22, 2016

Sing vs Assassin's Creed vs Passengers vs Why Him? vs Rogue One

In other words, a whole lot of new movies hit theaters this Christmas Weekend.

Sing
Hit Factor: This American Idol/Got Talent, animated animal flick should bring in the families.
Flop Factor: I've seen a lot of commercials and still have no idea what the story is about.
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Assassin's Creed
Hit Factor: Could be the first video game movie to break the chain.
Flop Factor: With 20% Tomatometer, it probably wont.
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Passengers
Hit Factor: Concept seemed interesting.
Flop Factor: Again, like above film, early reviews are pretty bad (31% Tomatometer).
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Why Him?
Hit Factor: An R rated comedy this Holiday, could be good counter programming.
Flop Factor: It would have to be good, which it's early reviews aren't (33% Tomatometer).
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My Predictions:

Movie
Rogue One
Sing
Passengers
Assassin's Creed
Why Him?
Weekend Gross (millions)
$80
$45
$25
$15
$10







Sunday, December 18, 2016

Rogue One Easily Dominates Box Office with $155 million

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story easily dominated the box office as it took in an impressive $155 million this weekend. Yes, it's short of The Force Awakens' $247.9 million record breaking debut last year, but it doesn't make it less impressive, because of the sheer force of hype that preceded that film.  Back to Rogue One, it also debuted overseas where it made $135.5 million with still a few big markets yet to open.  It's early global total stands at $290.5 million.

As for that Will Smith movie, Collateral Beauty, it wasn't so beautiful as it debuted in 4th place with only $7 million.  It could possibly be Will Smith's worst opening.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Rogue One
2) Moana 
3) Office Christmas Party 
4) Collateral Beauty
5) Fantastic Beasts
6) Manchester by the Sea
7) La La Land
8) Arrival 
9) Doctor Strange
10) Nocturnal Animals
$155 million
$11.7 million
$8.5 million
$7 million
$5 million
$4.2 million
$4 million
$2.8 million
$2 million
$1.4 million
$155 million
$161.9 million
$31.5 million
$7 million
$207.7 million
$14 million
$5.3 million
$86.5 million
$226.1 million
$8.8 million
$200 million
$150 million
$45  million
$36 million
$180 million
$8.5 million
$30 million
$47 million
$165 million
$22.5 million




Thursday, December 15, 2016

Rogue One vs Collateral Beauty

Back to the Deathstar this weekend as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story looks to crush the box office.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Hit Factor: Hrm... Let me think.
Flop Factor: Highly unlikely at this point.
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Collateral Beauty
Hit Factor: Will Smith still has some box office pull.
Flop Factor: Kind of a weird Christmas Carol influence, that seems too watered down.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Rogue One
Collateral Beauty
Moana
Office Christmas Party
Fantastic Beasts
Weekend Gross (millions)
$170
$12
$11
$9
$7







Sunday, December 11, 2016

Moana Makes it 3 Weekends in a Row with $18.8 Million

Moana held on to the top spot for the third weekend in a row ($18.8 million) as newcomer, Office Christmas Party ($17.5 million) came close.

Moana has already made $145 million domestically and is actually tracking ahead of what Frozen did three years ago... Though, Frozen was kind of an aberration, so, I'll try to leave that out of the comparison (too late).

Everyone is talking about (well, maybe just the indie film industry) La La Land, this weekend.  It has grossed $850,000 and is the second biggest per theater gross ($171,000) behind Grand Budapest Hotel ($202,000). That sounds like some really expensive tickets... I don't know how they come up with these numbers... I just report them. La La Land should do well when it expands especially with the awards buzz it's getting.




Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Moana
2) Office Christmas Party 
3) Fantastic Beasts
4) Arrival
5) Doctor Strange
6) Allied
7) Nocturnal Animals
8) Manchester by the Sea 
9) Trolls
10) Hacksaw Ridge
$18.8 million
$17.5 million
$10.8 million
$5.6 million
$4.6 million
$4 million
$3.2 million
$3.2 million
$3.1 million
$23 million
$145 million
$17.5 million
$199.3 million
$81.5 million
$222.4 million
$35.6 million
$6.2 million
$8.3 million
$145.5 million
$60.9 million
$150 million
$45 million
$180  million
$47 million
$165 million
$85 million
$22.5 million
$8.5 million
$125 million
$40 million




Thursday, December 8, 2016

Can Moana Top The Box Office Three Weekends in a Row?

It's going to be close, as the second weekend in December is another soft weekend of movie releases.

Office Christmas Party
Hit Factor: No new competition.
Flop Factor: People are just really waiting for next weekend, when a certain film debuts.
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Miss Sloan
Hit Factor: A kinda of interesting film.
Flop Factor: The type of film that looks like it's Award worthy, but less than great reviews are proving it's falling short (63% Tomatometer).
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My Predictions:

Movie
Moana
Office Christmas Party
Fantastic Beasts
Arrival
Allied
Weekend Gross (millions)
$21
$20
$13
$5
$4












Sunday, December 4, 2016

Moana Tops Box Office for the Second Weekend with $28.4 Million

The Disney animated flick, Moana, easily held on to the top spot at the box office this weekend ($28.4 million). This pushes it's total to $119.9 million domestically. Worldwide, it's being rolled out slowly, so the foreign total right now is only $57 million.

The top ten remained mostly the same as only one new movie opened in wide release this weekend... and that movie was Incarnate, which debuted in a lackluster 9th place with $2.7 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Moana
2) Fantastic Beasts
3) Arrival
4) Allied
5) Doctor Strange
6) Trolls
7) Hacksaw Ridge 
8) Bad Santa 2
9) Incarnate
10) Almost Christmas  
$28.4 million
$18.5 million
$7.3 million
$7.1 million
$6.5 million
$4.6 million
$3.4 million
$3.3 million
$2.7 million
$2.5 million
$119.9 million
$183.5 million
$73.1 million
$28.9 million
$215.3 million
$141.4 million
$57.3 million
$14 million
$2.7 million
$38.1 million
$150 million
$180 million
$47  million
$85 million
$165 million
$125 million
$40 million
$26 million
$5 million
$17 million


Thursday, December 1, 2016

Moana Looks Top Box Office for 2nd Weekend in a Row

Looks like Disney will have a good Thanksgiving leftover as Moana seeks to make it two weekends in a row. Though, it has some competition from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. And as usual with post Thanksgiving weekends, not much new movies debut... Actually, only one in wide release... and, even then...

Incarnate
Hit Factor: No other new wide release this weekend.
Flop Factor: I've didn't hear of this movie until I started typing this post.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Moana
Fantastic Beasts
Doctor Strange
Allied
Arrival
Weekend Gross (millions)
$33
$27
$8
$7
$6









Sunday, November 27, 2016

Moana's $55.5 Million Debut Easily Tops Weekend

The Disney flick, Moana, easily took the top spot this weekend ($55.5 million).  Thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday, this $150 million animated pic has already made $81.1 million since opening on Wednesday.  With good word of mouth and high critic scores, Moana should hold strong through the next few weeks.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them wasn't too far behind, as it dropped less than 40% last weekend to $45.1 million.  It also had another sizable weekend overseas as it raked in $132 million and now has a worldwide total of $473.7 million.

Doctor Strange snatched up 3rd place with $13.4 million, helping it surpass the $200 million mark domestically and also helping it total $616 million worldwide.

As for other newcomers this weekend, well... They didn't fare to well: Allied made $13 million for 4th, Bad Santa 2 came in 8th ($6.1 million) and Rules Don't Apply failed to crack the top 10 ($1.6 million).




Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Moana
2) Fantastic Beasts
3) Doctor Strange
4) Allied
5) Arrival
6) Trolls
7) Almost Christmas 
8) Bad Santa 2
9) Hacksaw Ridge
10) The Edge of Seventeen 
$55.5 million
$45.1 million
$13.4 million
$13 million
$11.3 million
$10.3 million
$7.6 million
$6.1 million
$5.5 million
$3 million
$81.1 million
$156.2 million
$205.1 million
$18 million
$62.4 million
$135.1 million
$36.7 million
$9 million
$52.2 million
$10.3 million
$150 million
$180 million
$165  million
$85 million
$47 million
$125 million
$17 million
$26 million
$40 million
$9 million


Thursday, November 24, 2016

Moana vs Allied vs Bad Santa 2 vs Rules Don't Apply vs Fantastic Beasts

A bunch of movies open this Holiday weekend, but only one can knock off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them from the top spot.

Moana
Hit Factor: Disney... and really really positive reviews  (99% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: Umm...
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Allied
Hit Factor: Director Robert Zemeckis usually makes great memorable films.
Flop Factor: With 'Okay' reviews this might not be in his best.
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Bad Santa 2
Hit Factor: Bad Santa had somewhat of a cult following.
Flop Factor: Negative reviews and the fact that this sequel took 13 years to come out.
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Rules Don't Apply
Hit Factor: The older adults may flock to this film.
Flop Factor: A smaller film, so word of mouth would have to be strong.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Moana
Fantastic Beasts
Allied
Doctor Strange
Trolls
Weekend Gross (millions)
$65
$40
$14
$12
$11








Sunday, November 20, 2016

Fantastic Beasts Summons Up $75 million Debut


The Harry Potter prequel spinoff, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, easily took the top spot this November weekend with $75 million. The J.K. Rowling picture opened to another $143.3 million overseas for a global total of $218.3 million.

Doctor Strange placed second with $17.7 for a $181.5 million domestic total and $572 million worldwide.

There were other new films this week, which didn't fare too well, Edge of Seventeen ($4.8 million), Bleed for This ($2.4 million)... and probably the biggest disappointment, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk which couldn't crack the $1 million mark ($930,000). It will have a very hard time recouping it's reported $40 million budget.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Fantastic Beasts
2) Doctor Strange
3) Trolls
4) Arrival
5) Almost Christmas
6) Hacksaw Ridge
7) The Edge of Seventeen
8) Bleed for This
9) The Accountant 
10) Shut In
$75 million
$17.7 million
$17.5 million
$11.8 million
$7 million
$6.8 million
$4.8 million
$2.4 million
$2.1 million
$1.6 million
$75 million
$181.5 million
$116.2 million
$43.4 million
$25.4 million
$42.9 million
$4.8 million
$2.4 million
$81.3 million
$6 million
$180 million
$165 million
$125  million
$47 million
$17 million
$40 million
$9 million
$6 million
$44 million
$10 million


Thursday, November 17, 2016

Fantastic Beasts vs Edge of Seventeen vs Billy Lynn

A few new movie hit theaters this November weekend.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Hit Factor: Let me think... a Harry Potter spinoff.
Flop Factor: Maybe the Harry Potter train has cooled off a bit.
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Edge of Seventeen
Hit Factor: Positive early reviews (88% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: May get swallowed up by the bigger movies this season.
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Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
Hit Factor: Director Ang Lee seems to push the envelope.
Flop Factor: For a movie that's success is built on good word of mouth, it's mediocre reviews (48% Tomatometer) will stifle this film.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Fantastic Beasts
Doctor Strange
Trolls
Arrival
Edge of Seventeen 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$88
$24
$18
$18
$12







Sunday, November 13, 2016

Doctor Strange Remains Supreme this weekend with $43 Million

The Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange, summoned up another first place finish this weekend with $43 million.  It now has a domestic total of $153 million for a global box office of $493 million.

Trolls, managed to hold onto the number two spot as it dropped only 25% for a $35.1 million total.
Newcomers, the Sci-Fi flick, Arrival, came into contact with $24 million for third place... and Almost Christmas, came in fourth with $15.6 million.




Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Doctor Strange
2) Trolls
3) Arrival
4) Almost Christmas
5) Hacksaw Ridge
6) The Accountant
7) Shut In  
8) Boo! A Madea Halloween
9) Jack Reacher: Never Go Back 
10) Inferno
$43 million
$35.1 million
$24 million
$15.6 million
$10.8 million
$4.6 million
$3.7 million
$3.6 million
$3.3 million
$3.3 million
$153 million
$94 million
$24 million
$15.6 million
$32.3 million
$77.7 million
$3.7 million
$70.4 million
$54.6 million
$31.6 million
$165 million
$125 million
$47  million
$17 million
$40 million
$44 million
$10 million
$20 million
$60 million
$75 million


Thursday, November 10, 2016

Arrival vs Almost Christmas vs Shut In vs Doctor Strange

A few new movies hit theaters this November weekend ready to take on Doctor Strange and Trolls.

Arrival
Hit Factor: Really good reviews (98% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: May be too Sci-Fi for the general public.
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Almost Christmas
Hit Factor: Low budget, getting a jump on the Holiday season.
Flop Factor: Looks quite similar to other family Holiday films.
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Shut In
Hit Factor: Naomi Watts
Flop Factor: I've seen zero marketing for this film.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Doctor Strange
Arrival
Trolls
Almost Christmas
Hacksaw Ridge
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$26
$25
$13
$12







Sunday, November 6, 2016

Doctor Strange Casts $85 Million Box Office Weekend

After a September and October box office lull, the first weekend of November reignited moviegoers as Doctor Strange summoned up $85 million.  The animated flick, Trolls, came in a strong second with $45.5 million. And other newcomer, Hacksaw Ridge, also did reasonably well with $14.8 million.

Audiences around the world were also spellbound, as Doctor Strange added $118.7 million overseas (it was released a week ago) for an early global total of $325.4 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Doctor Strange
2) Trolls
3) Hacksaw Ridge 
4) Boo! A Madea Halloween
5) Inferno
6) The Accountant
7) Jack Reacher: Never Go Back  
8) Ouija: Origin of Evil
9) The Girl on the Train
10) Miss Peregrine's Home for...
$85 million
$45.6 million
$14.8 million
$7.8 million
$6.3 million
$6 million
$5.6 million
$4 million
$2.8 million
$2.1 million
$85 million
$45.6 million
$14.8 million
$65 million
$26.1 million
$70.9 million
$49.2 million
$31.4 million
$70.7 million
$83.3 million
$165 million
$125 million
$40  million
$20 million
$75 million
$44 million
$60 million
$9 million
$45 million
$110 million


Thursday, November 3, 2016

Doctor Strange vs Trolls vs Hacksaw Ridge

A few movies hit theaters ready to ignite the November Box Office.

Doctor Strange
Hit Factor: Marvel... Also really good early reviews (90% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: Maybe not the most well known of Marvel characters?
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Trolls
Hit Factor: The Troll song, "Cant Stop the Feeling" by Justin Timberlake has been playing non Stop since it came out in the Summer.
Flop Factor: That Marvel movie might deter some of the audience.
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Hacksaw Ridge
Hit Factor: Good reviews (90% Tomatometer). May over perform.
Flop Factor: Mel Gibson still has somewhat of an uphill battle in Hollywood.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Doctor Strange
Trolls
Hacksaw Ridge
Boo! A Madea Halloween
Inferno 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$80
$35
$15
$8
$7







Sunday, October 30, 2016

Boo! Madea Scares Away Inferno with $16.7 Million

In a surprising move, Boo! A Madea Halloween held on to the top spot for the second weekend in a row ($16.7 million).  Which means that the Ron Howard and Tom Hanks flick based off a Dan Brown novel, Inferno, came up very short at the box office ($15 million). To put that into perspective, previous films in the franchise, The Da Vinci Code debuted to $77.1 million in 2006 and Angels & Demons debuted to $46.2 million in 2009.  Despite it's lackluster debut in the States, Inferno has a sizable audience overseas, where it's already grossed $132 million in a few weeks.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Boo! A Madea Halloween
2) Inferno 
3) Jack Reacher: Never Go Back 
4) The Accountant
5) Ouija: Origin of Evil
6) The Girl on the Train
7) Miss Peregrine's Home for... 
8) Keeping Up with the Joneses
9) Storks
10) Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
$16.7 million
$15 million
$9.6 million
$8.5 million
$7.1 million
$4.3 million
$4 million
$3.4 million
$2.8 million
$2.1 million
$52 million
$15 million
$39.7 million
$61.3 million
$24.6 million
$65.9 million
$79.9 million
$10.8 million
$68.2 million
$2.1 million
$20 million
$75 million
$60  million
$44 million
$9 million
$45 million
$110 million
$40 million
$70 million
$10 million


Thursday, October 27, 2016

Inferno Looks to Light Up the Box Office this Weekend

Only one new movie opens in theaters this late October weekend.

Inferno
Hit Factor: Franchised audience... The Da Vinci Code did extremely well.
Flop Factor: With tepid reviews (25% Tomatometer) buzz seems even worse than Angels and Demons... and will probably be the least successful of the franchise, at least in the States.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Inferno
Jack Reacher 2
Boo! A Madea Halloween
The Accountant
Ouija: Origin of Evil 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$26
$15
$14
$9
$9







Sunday, October 23, 2016

Boo! A Madea Halloween Scares the Competition with $27.6 million Debut

It was a close finish, but in the end,  Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween captured the top spot with $27.6 million.  While the Tom Cruise vehicle Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, came in second with $23 million.

The Horror flick Ouija: Origin of Evil came in third with $14.1 million, making it an instant success against it's reported $9 million budget. Albeit it opened less than the $19.9 million debut of it's predecessor.

As for the comedy with some-action movie Keeping Up with the Joneses, it couldn't keep up with the rest of the newcomers as it debuted in 7th place with $5.6 million and will have a hard time recouping it's reported $40 million budget.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Boo! A Madea Halloween
2) Jack Reacher: Never Go Back 
3) Ouija: Origin of Evil
4) The Accountant
5) The Girl on the Train
6) Miss Peregrine's Home for... 
7) Keeping Up with the Joneses
8) Kevin Hart: What Now?
9) Storks
10) Deepwater Horizon
$27.6 million
$23 million
$14.1 million
$14 million
$7.3 million
$6 million
$5.6 million
$4.1 million
$4.1 million
$3.6 million
$27.6 million
$23 million
$14.1 million
$47.9 million
$58.9 million
$74.4 million
$5.6 million
$18.9 million
$64.7 million
$55.3 million
$20 million
$60 million
$9  million
$44 million
$45 million
$110 million
$40 million
$9.9 million
$70 million
$110 million


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Jack Reacher 2 vs Keep Up With the Joneses vs Boo! A Madea Halloween vs Ouija 2

A bunch of new movies hit theaters this October weekend.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Hit Factor: The original Jack Reacher was kind of entertaining.
Flop Factor: Mediocre early reviews (46% Tomatometer)... probably because McQuarrie isn't directing this one (though Edward Zwick is a more than competent director).
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Keeping Up With The Joneses
Hit Factor: Wonder Woman and Don Draper in the same movie.
Flop Factor: Not as Wonder Woman nor Don Draper.
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Boo! A Madea Halloween
Hit Factor: There's a built in audience
Flop Factor: There's been a lot of Madea movies over the years.
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Ouija: Origin of Evil
Hit Factor: Low budget Horror flick... Surprisingly getting good early reviews (91% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: There's been a lot of Horror movies this year.
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My Predictions:

Movie
Jack Reacher 2
Boo! A Madea Halloween
Ouija 2
The Accountant
Keeping Up With The Joneses 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$24
$16
$15
$13
$9







Sunday, October 16, 2016

The Accountant Tops the Box Office with $24.7 million

Ben Affleck's The Accountant easily took the top spot at the box office this weekend ($24.7 million).

In other news, the sequel to The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Inferno, opened overseas to the big tune of $50 million this weekend.  This is good news for the franchise two weeks ahead of it's debut in the States where buzz is somewhat soft.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Accountant
2) Kevin Hart: What Now? 
3) The Girl on the Train
4) Miss Peregrine's Home for... 
5) Deepwater Horizon
6) Storks
7) The Magnificent Seven
8) Middle School
9) Sully
10) The Birth of a Nation
$24.7 million
$12 million
$12 million
$8.9 million
$6.4 million
$5.6 million
$5.2 million
$4.3 million
$3 million
$2.7 million
$24.7 million
$12 million
$46.6 million
$65.8 million
$49.3 million
$59.1 million
$84.8 million
$13.8 million
$118.4 million
$12.2 million
$44 million
$10 million
$45  million
$110 million
$110 million
$70 million
$90 million
$8.5 million
$60 million
$8.5 million


Thursday, October 13, 2016

The Accountant vs Kevin Hart: What Now? vs Max Steel

A few new movies hit theaters this October weekend.

The Accountant
Hit Factor: Ben Affleck
Flop Factor: Mediocre to bad early reviews at best (24% Tomatometer), buzz seems to be flat considering.
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Kevin Hart: Now What?
Hit Factor: Kevin Hart seems to bring in his fan base.
Flop Factor: He may be oversaturated in the market right now.
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Max Steel
Hit Factor: Based on the animated series that's based on toys.
Flop Factor: Cool idea, but trailers make it seems like a generic YA movie released a few years too late.
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My Predictions:

Movie
The Accountant
The Girl on the Train
Kevin Hart: Now What?
Miss Peregrine's Home for...
Deepwater Horizon
Weekend Gross (millions)
$22
$12
$12
$10
$9