The first weekend of March brings with it a whole bunch of options when it comes to movies to go see. Over the past couple years, March and April have turned into sort of like a pre-game for the summer blockbuster season, with studios taking more chances by releasing bigger films in these months before things really begin to heat up. But before you click on over to buy tickets right here at Fandango, why not scope out your choices for this week …
Johnny Depp, Beastly, Topher Grace, Rango, The Adjustment Bureau
I agree that Rango will win the weekend. It's a kids movie. But otherwise it's a tough call. Both Rango and The Adjustment Bureau are good movies, and I think it's likely we'll hear about them both at next years Academy Awards. Beastly was also a bit of a surprise. The propelling twist is a bit far out in left field, but it's a fun story with a good moral behind it. Enjoyed seeing all 3.
Maybe so, but the thing with the Academy is that unlike what they say "the best of the year" it's not true. They tend to strongly favor movies that got released right before the awards season. Check years with "bad" November and December releases and the nominees of that year are below average. But yeah, I hope to see Adjustment Bureau in the awards season next year too!
Just saw Rango and wish that we wouldn't have wasted our money!! my 8 & 4 yr old were so bored that they actually wanted to leave!! my 9 yr old was attending a bday party at the theater so we couldn't leave, but i surely wanted to!! The innuendo's in this movie were appalling!! and the language that was often used was not the kind i use in my house. this gets a big thumbs down from me and my kids. and i wish that we could get our money back based on how awful this movie was!!
Well to be fair, they said months before the movie came out that it was going to be like Shrek in the sense that it was going to have adult innuendoes in the film to entertain the parents who are forced to take their children to see a kids movie. Also, as far as the language, you should have known what you were getting yourself into by taking a simple glance at the rating and why it's rated that particular rating. So the whole language point is moot, your the parent therefore it's your responsibility to find out what's in the movies your kids are watching and if it's appropriate or not.
Rango that CGI detail looks amazing.
Rango looks ridiculous, but it will easily win the weekend.
P.S. Whatever you do don't go to youtube and watch the Atlas Shrugged trailer. If you value your time and money don't read it either because it's beyond dumb just like the movie will be. If you want something clever and interesting to read then go out and purchase Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
... Why do you, opposite to the guy who delivers free ads for the movie, deliver non-ads for this Atlas Shrugged movie in every article? lol. The movie looks like it's going to stink and tank, but do we need daily advertisement about it? lol
Because I'm tired of all these Atlas shrugged supporters trying to justify the movie/book. They shove it down our throats acting like it's the best work of art since the Mona Lisa when in reality it's crap, so I thought since the other dude went around on every movie blog and mentioned Atlas Shrugged that I would do the same thing but tell everybody the opposite of what he says, therefore, maybe he would stop. And so far, he has. It's cool if he likes Atlas shrugged but don't try and shove it down my throat, kind of like Bieber or Jesus freaks, don't try and convert me to your religion and don't try and make me like Bieber.
See what I'm saying?
Absolutely. You're right. But damn yeah, could that guy stop the f*ck with spreading the word about that damn movie ... Have him give ads of Source Code, or something lol.
I know right. I mean, I'm all for people spreading the word for good movies/books etc. but this Atlas Shrugged thing has gone to far, plus as I said, I read the book and hated every word of it and the trailer is just as boring.
Source Code looks good, big Gyllanhaal fan ever since Donnie Darko.
It'll definitely be Rango, kids movies will always be in #1 the first weekend they come out no matter if it has undertones or not, Shrek had undertones throughout the entire trilogy and that still made uber amounts of money.
My guess is it'll look something like this:
2: The Adjustment Bureau
YES!!! Lol, I was totally right on the spot on who won and who came in second as well as third. Simple math and statistics.
I don't think there's much debate here. This is Rango all the way. I'll even put a dollar amount of $40-$45 million. Adjustment in second with maybe about $20-$25 million and Take Me Home Tonight and Beastly will probably end up somewhere between 5th and 7th, respectively. Gnomeo in 3rd, Unknown 4th.
not sure about this one. i kinda want Rango or The Adjustment Bureau to win the weekend because they both look pretty good. hm...i think i'll go with Rango
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