Act of Valor takes the top spot at the box office this weekend, proving we don't need no stinking action stars in the lead role, just good, quality action. Critics favored Wanderlust, so does that mean you liked it as well, or did Act of Valor win the weekend for a reason?
While Safe House and The Vow over-powered the new releases, we still want to hear what you think of Ghost Rider, This Means War and The Secret World of Arrietty.
The Vow took the top spot at the box office, but critics hated it. What did you think? Also, weigh in with your thoughts on Safe House, Journey 2 and Star Wars: Episode I in 3D.
This weekend's box office proved Liam Neeson owns the month of January. His latest film, The Grey, opened in first place with $20 million, all but paving the way for Neeson to star in January movies from here on out. This year he fought wolves – what should Liam Neeson fight next January? Let us know in the comments as well as your thoughts on the other new releases!
With 3D and IMAX prices available to bump up the final numbers, Underworld Awakening was able to knock Contraband off to claim the top spot at the weekend box office. The George Lucas produced Red Tails also had a strong showing, pulling in just over $19 million for second place. Did you catch any movies this weekend? Sound off in our polls!
Looks like the power of old Disney cartoons in 3D has decreased as Beauty and the Beast 3D didn’t have enough steam to take down Mark Wahlberg’s Contraband over the weekend. What did you think of this weekend's new releases?
Sound off with your thoughts on this past weekend's new releases, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked!
Well the good news is we both accurately predicted which film would win the weekend box office. The bad news? No one is going to the movies right now, with the holiday season churning out some of the worst numbers since 9/11. Is it the quality of the movies that's keeping you away, or the holiday shopping?
Ah, is there nothing better than the Monday after a long holiday weekend? Wait, don’t answer that. So how many of this week’s new releases did you see and what did you think? Sound off in our poll, as well as in the comments section, and let us know which film you though reigned supreme.
Even though Breaking Dawn Part 1 didn’t shatter any notable box office records, the film still did amazing numbers on its much-anticipated opening weekend, nabbing first place with $140 million. Meanwhile, Happy Feet Two took second with $22 million. So what did you think of the new releases? Sound off in our poll and check out our Edward and Bella wedding greeting video!
All three new releases were pretty much trashed by critics. But we're not here for to talk about what critics thought, we want to know what you thought. Sounds off with your thoughts on this past weekends new releases, inside!
As expected, Halloween did not own the box office on Halloween weekend. Instead, a little animated cat with a whole lot of attitude took the top spot at the box office, with Puss in Boots claiming $34 million and first place. What did you think of the new releases? Sound off in our polls!
What a weekend for Paranormal Activity 3! The third installment raked in a crazy $54 million on opening weekend. Now it's your turn to tell us if you thought the movie was worth the ticket price. Also, weigh in on the other big-budget movie that opened this past weekend, The Three Musketeers.
We thought it would be a battle of the ‘80s remakes this past weekend at the box office, but it was really just a nasty fight between those giant robot boxers looking to repeat and a bunch of kids who just want to get their dance on. Sound off on what you thought of the Footloose remake and The Thing prequel in our weekly poll.
Sound off in our poll on whether you thought Real Steel deserved to win the box office this weekend. What did you think of the boxing robots and Hugh Jackman? Also, did George Clooney's The Ides of March deserve the critical praise it received?
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