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2017’s films, ranked by maryann
all reviews, 1997–today
now in cinemas The Big Sick Brigsby Bear California Typewriter Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind (4K restoration) Detroit Dolores Dunkirk A Ghost Story The Glass Castle I Do… Until I Don’t Ingrid Goes West It Comes at Night Lady Macbeth Landline Lost in Paris (Paris pieds nus) Maudie Patti Cake$ Polina School Life Spider-Man: Homecoming Step 13 Minutes (aka Elser) The Unknown Girl Viceroy’s House War for the Planet of the Apes »
- MaryAnn Johanson
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- Mackenzie Schmidt
With awards season approaching it’s time to get serious at the multiplex, at least for some actors that may be best known for rowdy raunchy comedies. That may be the case for Ben Stiller who’s playing this flick’s title character. Mind you, there’s still some funny stuff in this story, we’re not in heavy, somber tragedy territory at all. It’s just that Ben is playing an “everyman”. a fellow that many of us know, or “down deep” the person staring back at us from the mirror. Oddly, this man is constantly reflecting on his past, his regrets, and choices. These concerns and worries make up the bulk of Brad’S Status.
- Jim Batts
September 2017 is currently pacing 15.6% ahead of 2016 with a calendar gross of $467.3 million, putting the month on a record pace, $48 million ahead of where 2015 was at the same time period before delivering $626.4 million, the largest September calendar gross ever. Almost half of September's total at this point is thanks to Warner Bros. and New Line's It, which is looking to do strong numbers again this weekend, but will fall from its #1 perch after two straight weeks on top. Debuting in wide release this weekend is Fox's Kingsman: The Golden Circle and it should have enough juice to take the weekend top spot while Warner Animation Group's The LEGO Ninjago Movie is looking to finish in the runner-up position. Entertainment Studios' is going social with the R-rated horror Friend Request debuting in just over 2,500 theaters and likely to finish in the top five (albeit with minimal returns) while Roadside Attractions is »
- Brad Brevet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
While the It had no trouble repeating atop the box office for a second straight frame in a row last weekend, it doesn't seem that it will be going for a three-peat, with three new movies vying for the crown in wide release, 20th Century Fox's action-packed sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Warner Bros.' Lego Movie spin-off The Lego Ninjago Movie and Entertainment Studios' horror-thriller Friend Request. While it very well could be a close race, we're predicting that Ninjago will come out on top with $55.6 million, while Kingsman 2 will follow just behind with $52.4 million.
Box Office Mojo reports that both Kingsman 2 and Ninjago will be released in roughly 3,900 theaters, with Friend Request opening in roughly 3,000 theaters. All of those movies will still fall short of the 4,138 theaters that the blockbuster It remake was playing in last weekend, but after a record-breaking opening weekend, and a normal second-weekend drop, »
Here's your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded): 1. It - $60.0 million ($218.7 million total) 2. American Assassin - $14.8 million ($14.8 million total) 3. mother! - $7.5 million ($7.5 million total) 4. Home Again - $5.3 million ($17.1 million total) 5. The Hitman’s Bodyguard - $3.5 million ($70.3 million total) 6. Annabelle: Creation - $2.6 million ($99.9 million total) 7. Wind River - $2.5 million ($29.1 million total) 8. Leap! - $2.1 million ($18.6 million total) 8. Spider-Man: Homecoming - $1.8 million ($330.2 million total) 10. Dunkirk - $1.3 million ($185.1 million total) The Big Stories There are virtually no surprises at the box office this weekend. Nothing was going to challenge the latest incarnation of Stephen...
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- Erik Childress
Bill O’Reilly said he’s never crossed paths with Jon Hamm — but he’d be happy to get lunch on him.
“He was with Bill O’Reilly,” the Mad Men star said. “They’re both tall dudes. And I’m a tall dude. And they both do that tall-dude thing, which is try to intimidate you. And it doesn’t work on me. I’m like, ‘I’m as alpha as you. »
- Stephanie Petit
The horror film It topped the box office again this week with $60 million. The two-week total for the film fell just short of $220 million but has established the Stephen King adaptation as the highest grossing September release of all time. In a distant second-place was American Assassin with $14.8 million in its first week of release.
Darren Aronofsky’s mother! finished in third with $7.5 million in its initial week of release and has apparently not been winning audiences over despite the presence of star Jennifer Lawrence. Meanwhile, the Reese Witherspoon comedy Home Again brought in $5.3 million to bring its two-week total to $17.1, which was good enough to hold fourth place this week. The Hitman’s Bodyguard brought its five-week total to $70.4 million with $3.6 million this weekend, which held fifth place for it.
The successful six-week run for Annabelle: Creation continued as the horror film took in $2.6 million to raise its total »
- Mike Tyrkus
Reese Witherspoon‘s been a red carpet regular and topped the best dressed lists at the Golden Globes, SAGs and Oscars for years, but the 41-year-old actress has never stepped foot on the Emmys red carpet until now.
The star, who’s nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her portrayal as Madeline in HBO’s hit miniseries Big Little Lies, debuted on the Emmys red carpet tonight opting for an teal blazer mini dress (with a sheer lace bra peeking out from beneath) instead of a floor-length gown, with matching velvet pointed toe pumps, »
- Kaitlyn Frey
It continues to crush the box office competition, winning the box office for the second straight week. It brought in an additional $60 million this weekend, bringing the films estimated domestic total to just over $218 million. With excellent business overseas, It has brought an international cume of just over $152 for a worldwide total of $370 million. It’s been an impressive start for It, and it should be interesting to see how It performs in its third weekend with the release of both The Lego Ninjango Movie and Kingsman The Golden Circle.
In a somewhat surprising turn of events, American Assassin finished second this weekend, opening with a solid $14.8 million. The Michael Keaton led Assassin was not only able to top the film which sits in the third spot, but almost double its opening weekend box office.
The movie that sits number 3 is Darren Aronofsky’s Mother!, which opened with a disappointing $7.5 million. »
- Peter Towe
Stephen King’s mighty “It” is single-handedly reviving box office totals after a bleak late summer. It is rare for the second weekend of a hit film to provide the majority of the gross for the time period, but that’s what Warner Bros. achieved on the horror flick’s second weekend. While not as dominant as it was in its September record initial three days, $60 million represented barely more than a 50 per cent drop. Not bad.
With almost $219 million in the till so far and a strong hold, forget $300 million as an ultimate domestic total — $350 million now looks possible. “It” is already the third-biggest modern-day September release ever after only ten days. It will soar past “Rush Hour” by next weekend, and end up almost certain behind “Crocodile Dundee” (adjusted to current ticket prices, at about $410 million) as best for the month in the era of wide initial releases. »
- Tom Brueggemann
by Nathaniel R
Weekend Box Office (Sept 15th-17th)
- NATHANIEL R
After just eight days in release, WB and New Line's It became the highest grossing September release of all-time, two days later it added another $40 million to that total for an impressive $60 million second weekend and nearly $220 million in just ten days. The horror film's performance vastly overshadowed the weekend's two new wide releases that saw Lionsgate and CBS Films's American Assassin deliver respectable results in second place while Paramount's release of Darren Aronofsky's mother! suffered greatly, finishing in third and receiving a disastrous "F" CinemaScore from opening day audiences. With an estimated $60 million this weekend, WB and New Line's It brought its domestic cume to $218.7 million after just ten days in release. As already mentioned, that makes it the largest September release ever, topping 1986's Crocodile Dundee ($174.8m). That number, of course, is not adjusted for inflation. Adjusted for inflation, however, It still finishes within the top »
- Brad Brevet <email@example.com>
“It,” from Warner Bros. and New Line, expects to finish its second weekend with $60 million from 4,103 locations. That would make its domestic gross so far $218.7 million — a record for the highest earning September release ever. The old record-holder was 1986’s “Crocodile Dundee” with $174.8 million. Broken down by day this weekend, “It” earned $19.4 million on Friday and $26.2 million on Saturday. Sunday’s take is estimated to be about $14.5 million. 389 Imax screens are expected to account for just over $3 million of the film’s take in North America this weekend.
Film Review: Jennifer Lawrence in ‘mother!’
Overseas, “It” is pulling in an additional $60.3 million in 56 markets. That raises its international total to $152.6 million and the worldwide tally to $371.3 million.
Based on Stephen King’s novel, “It” opened last weekend with an enormous domestic pull of $123.4 million. The R-rated title, reportedly »
- Seth Kelley
Reese Witherspoon is a busy woman. Besides being Emmy-nominated as an actress and executive producer for “Big Little Lies,” her movie “Home Again” was recently released in theaters, with “A Wrinkle in Time” on the horizon for 2018. Not to mention she and former TV sister Jennifer Aniston are returning to the small screen in a project the two are co-producing and starring in together. Behind the screen, her newly-created production company Hello Sunshine is keeping pace with popular new, female-centric book releases by optioning them for film and TV. Under her previous production company, Pacific Standard, she successfully adapted “Wild” in 2014, which earned her an Oscar nomination, and produced the critically-acclaimed “Gone Girl” the same year. With Hello Sunshine, she currently has 28 projects in development (and counting), and in an appearance on “Watch What Happens: Live,” she revealed she’s just added at least one more. The actor is known »
Yay, it’s Friday!
After a long, hard week you deserve a little reward. Whether you’re hunting for an area rug at a seriously inexpensive price or preparing for the holidays by scooping up some ornaments early, now’s the time to treat yourself to a little home decor TLC. Here are all of the sales you should have your eye on this weekend:
AllModern: Up to 65% off patio sets, dining, planters, rugs, and more, Fall for Savings Sale: Up to 65% off area rugs, beds, sofas, accent chairs, and more.
ABC Home: The Custom Sale: Save up to 25% off special-order upholstery, »
- Megan Stein
Nowadays, the only Donald Trump that matters on Saturday Night Live is Alec Baldwin. But before he was elected, Trump hosted the NBC sketch comedy show twice: once in 2004, and once in November 2015 as a presidential candidate.
“He had trouble with the sketches, and if a sketch wasn’t complimentary about him — mainly physically — he wasn’t into it,” said Rudnitsky, 27. “He’d go, ‘It’s cute, but no — next.’ ”
- Aurelie Corinthios
If there’s one thing you know to expect in every Nancy Meyers film, it’s that the heroine always lives in an impeccably decorated home (see Diane Keaton’s Hamptons house in Something’s Gotta Give or Meryl Streep’s Santa Barbara abode in It’s Complicated for further proof). And it seems like that stylish decor sense runs in the family if her daughter Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s new film, Home Again—which Meyers is a producer on—is any indication.
Related: This Deleted Scene from The Devil Wears Prada Could Have Changed Everything
- Sarah Yang
Friday Am Update: Lionsgate's release of CBS Films' American Assassin brought in $915,000 from Thursday night previews in 2,400 locations beginning at 7Pm. This compares favorably to John Wick, which kicked off its run to a $14.4 million opening with $870k from Thursday screenings. Paramount's mother! delivered $700k from Thursday previews beginning at 7Pm in ~2,000 locations, which is behind the $855k for Crimson Peak, which we used as one of our comps in our weekend preview below. It is, however, an improvement on the $520k Nightcrawler brought in before it opened with $10.4 million back in October 2014. We'll take a closer look at things tomorrow morning once Friday estimates come in. For now you can check out our weekend preview below.Weekend Preview: Following a record breaking opening last weekend, WB and New Line's It will reign supreme once again this weekend, pushing the horror film's domestic gross near record heights after just ten days of release. »
- Brad Brevet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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