We Love Movies Sweeps

You could win a YEAR OF MOVIE TICKETS!

We Love Movies Sweeps
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S. and D.C. who are at least 18 years of age (or the age of majority in the jurisdiction of their residence, whichever is older) and who have an active email account and Internet access as of 5/5/15. The Promotion Period begins at 9:00:00 a.m. PT on 5/6/15 and ends at 8:59:59 a.m. PT on 8/16/15 and is comprised of 103 separate and distinct Sweepstakes Periods, with each Sweepstakes Period lasting for one (1) day beginning at 9:00 a.m. PT on one calendar date and ending at 8:59:59 a.m. PT on the following calendar date during the Promotion Period. Entries from each Sweepstakes Period will not roll over to a subsequent Sweepstakes Period. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning dependent upon total number of eligible entries received during each Sweepstakes Period. Limit of 1 entry/pp/Sweepstakes Period. One (1) Grand Prize Winner will be randomly selected for each Sweepstakes Period from all eligible entries received during that particular Sweepstakes Period. 103-Grand Prizes: one (1) Fandango Promotional Code worth up to $720.00 USD good toward the purchase of movie tickets on www.Fandango.com or via the Fandango mobile app and valid until 8/30/16 (ARV: $720.00 USD). See complete Official Rules at http://www.fandango.com/sweepstakesrules/welovemovies for complete prize details, retail values and alternate method of entry. Sponsor: Fandango, LLC.

You Rate ‘Knight and Day’ and ‘Grown-Ups’

Since Toy Story 3 was victorious for a second weekend in a row (my prediction – thank you very much!), we can’t ask you to rate the week’s box office champ because you already did that last week. So, instead, we want to know what you thought about the two runners-up – both of which made up this week’s slate of new releases.

'Grown Ups'

Grown-Ups was the closest to beating out Toy Story 3, proving that kids really do rule when it comes to summer box office dollars. Its $41 million wasn’t all too close to Toy Story 3’s $59 million, but for a film that was horrifically bashed by critics, the Adam Sandler flick didn’t do too bad for itself. So we ask you: What was the appeal? Was it Adam Sandler, the entire ensemble cast (Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade and Rob Schenider) or was it the fact that it involved a bunch of kids?
Feel free to rate the film in our poll below, then let us know what appealed to you in the comments section.

Meanwhile, this week’s other new release found Tom Cruise returning to the big-screen in an action-comedy starring Cameron Diaz. Surely that one-two A-list punch would mean buckets of box office dollars, right? Well, wrong. Knight and Day finished in third place with a $20 million three-day opening, barely beating out the opening of a similar-themed flick, Killers, which starred Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl and opened up in May. Are the rom-com/action flicks not doing it for ya? Is Tom Cruise losing some of his appeal? Or were the other offerings just that much more appealing?
Rate Knight and Day in our poll below, then tell us why you think it did so poorly at the box office in the comments section.
Next week: Get ready for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse!

Like it? Share it:

Next Article by cwalton

Day 52: 'St. Elmo's Fire'

Day 52: 'St. Elmo's Fire'

Send Me FanText

Thanks for signing up!

By entering your mobile number and clicking "SIGN ME UP!", you consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and authorize Fandango and its service providers to deliver FanTexts and other promotional texts to your mobile phone. Text marketing authorization is not required for any purchase from Fandango. Message and data rates may apply. We will not send more than 5 msgs/month. You can unsubscribe at any time by texting "STOP" or seek help by texting "HELP" to "FNDGO" (36346).