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You Rate the New Releases: 'Wrath of the Titans' and 'Mirror Mirror'

Much to no one's surprise, The Hunger Games dominated the box office for a second consecutive week, pulling in another $61 million and raising its worldwide total to $365 million. Games' dominance and a lack of buzz hurt the final tally for Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror.

Wrath, the sequel to Clash of the Titans, scored $34 million. While that figure would be a respectable opening for most movies, it's half the opening weekend box office of Clash, which earned $61 million. Perhaps moviegoers were still smarting over the lazy 3D conversion from the first film or has Sam Worthington's star begun to fade?

Meanwhile, Mirror Mirror, the first of two re-imagined Snow White movies, earned a rather underwhelming $19 million. Critically speaking, it was the better-received movie of the two newcomers, notching a just barely Rotten rating of 50% over on Rotten Tomatoes. Wrath was the critics' punching bag for the weekend, posting a 25%.

But we want to know what you think, at least, those of you who sought Wrath and Mirror out this weekend. Were the critics on par with their harsh reviews or did you actually enjoy these movies? Sound off in our poll and comment section!



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