This Week At the Box Office
July 11, 2009, 10:27 am
Filed under: Movies

iceage3poster1. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs: week – $67,030,210; gross – $92,072,696

2. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: week – $63,972,917; gross – $315,007,925

3. Public Enemies:  week – $37,557,465 ; gross – $52,426,870

4. The Proposal: week – $21,779,563; gross – $103,257,192

5. The Hangover: week – $18,741,848; gross – $212,511,668

Box Office Just Short of Record Break
June 26, 2009, 9:18 am
Filed under: Movies

With the ever-standing record set at $66.4 million by The Dark Knight, our new release and highly anticipated Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen has come just short and placed it at a firm $60.6 million.

Movie theaters all over the world were packed to the brim with fanboys, car enthusiasts, and people of all sorts, wanting to see the newest instillation of one of the most explosive movies in 2007.

Although many could agree that the movie never failed to deliver excitement, there were arguments concerning the overall quality of the movie, and whether or not it was as great as it could have been.

Also on the fence is director of the Transformers franchise, Michael Bay, as to whether or not he will be leaving it (and the whole genre all together) or moving on to something else.

Transformers fans hope a new movie will be released in the future, but without Michael Bay directing, questions arise about whether it will pertain the same luster.Director Michael Bay

‘Transformers 2’ to Overwhelm Box Office
June 24, 2009, 11:31 am
Filed under: Movies

The sequel to the overwhelmingly popular movie Transformers, Transformers 2 has an estimate of selling approximately $42 million in tickets for tonight’s midnight showing.opt

Nearing the high record of $44.2 million set by Harry Potter: the Order of the Phoenix, the second installment of the Transformers series is setting itself for fame as being one of the most highly anticipated movies of all time.

There have been a confirmed 1, 100 midnight showings in movie theaters all over the continent, and are responsible for 89% of movie sales this week.

Critics are  saying that the movie won’t meet the demographics’ expectations but, with or without referral of critics, there will be a tremendous turnout.

It may be too late to get your tickets for the midnight showing tonight, but this movie is definitely a must-see for movie buffs, explosion buffs, car buffs, giant transforming robot buffs, fans, and everyone else remotely interested in the aforementioned, and they should pick-up some tickets to the next available showing A.S.A.P.

Predict This #1
June 23, 2009, 2:30 pm
Filed under: Movies

The upcoming movie Bruno, by the same man who portrayed Borat, will be extremely offensive to the world.