\Well, The Hunger Games did it again. For a fourth straight weekend the book adaptation about teens who compete in violent games in which they're supposed to kill each other has topped the box office, signaling a franchise that's on the move in a big way. Not such a great thing for our new releases, which landed in second, third and ninth place.
The Three Stooges came the closest to toppling The Hunger Games, earning $17.1 million, with The Cabin in the Woods finishing third (it should do better than this, people!) with $14.8 million. Lockout, unfortunately, finished ninth with $6.25 million. In terms of critical response, The Cabin in the Woods is the favorite by far, racking up 92% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, while The Three Stooges -- though charming, light-hearted and true to the spirit of the Stooges -- came in with a head-scratching 43% Rotten. What did these critics expect from a Three Stooges movie anyway? Lockout, meanwhile, finished beneath all of them with 31% Rotten.
But this post isn't about box office or critics, it's about you. What did YOU think of these new releases? Be our personal Fandango critics and sound off below with your thoughts on the latest crop of movies to hit theaters.