Poll: Which Film Rocked Your Box Office This Weekend?
This past weekend marked what in all likelihood was the best weekend for movies in 2010. After about a month or so of iffy titles, Hollywood finally served up the goods – and depending upon which city you lived in, you either got a three-course meal or the whole hearty buffet. Ben Affleck’s The Town surprised some by coming out on top with $23 million, followed by Easy A with $18 million, Devil with $12.6 million and Resident Evil: Afterlife with $10.1 million. Other notable films that had limited releases in New York and Los Angeles included the outstanding, sure-to-be-Oscar nominated Catfish and the buzz-worthy festival favorite Never Let Me Go.
Needless to say, if there was any weekend that called for you to be in a movie theater, it was this one. All of the films (with the exception of maybe Alpha and Omega, which was an odd animated flick about animals mating) were winners, and you were almost guaranteed to enjoy each and every one of the new releases.
However, we know Fandango readers try to pack in as many movies as they can into one weekend, so we’re curious to know which of these new releases rocked your inner box office? Was The Town really the best film out there, or did you like Easy A more? Or what about Devil – did it prove that M. Night Shyamalan still has some good ideas left in him? Sound off in our poll below and let us know which of the new releases you liked the most.
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