Last weekend was most competitive as most incredible four movies released on that day. Zombieland (2009) Toy Story (2009), The Invention of Lying, Whip it and Capitalism: A Love Story were represented different kind of key notes while providing huge entertainment. After huge competition Zombieland (2009) movie owned big wow for it.
Team of zombies was made huge fun and of course that funny hat man will be the reason for huge success of this movie. This comedy horror movie kicked 3D animated Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs movie in to second place. Jennifer’s body movie also comedy horror movie abut it could not grabbed many fans for it. Many people said it because of the comedy horror movies do not have enough place in fans mind. But the director Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland (2009) movie proved comedy horror genre movies can captivate people more than horror genre movies. Cast also effect to movies. Woody Harrelson played as Tallahassee who wore hat and carrying guitar every where he goes. Jesse Eisenberg as Columbus, Emma Stone as Wichita, Abigail Breslin as Little Rock play in Sony Picture’s Zombieland (2009) funny flick and it grabbed $24,733,155. Though there were number of zombie movies released all those movies genre horror comedy. So may be this is the first zombie movie which focused comedy than horror.
Walt Disney Pictures’ Toy Story (2009) movie became third in this weekend and it grabbed $12,491,789 storming 1745 theaters. This 3D animated flick is eye popping movie especially for kids. John Lasseter’s most anticipated movie has lucky to catch many fans as in 1995. Toy Story 2 3D double feature movie made huge fun which was mingled with fantasy. It is hard to make 3D version which could invasion theaters with gimmick story. This animated movie pulled Surrogates movie in to fourth place from second.
Warner Bros. Pictures always tries to invent different kind of movies and most of movies became mega hit. They proudly distributed The Invention of Lying (2009) world wide. The director of most popular gimmick story “The Office” episodes director was directed superb high quality hilarious movie. Ricky Gervais leads main role as well as director part. First lie of alternative world attract plenty of people towards this Rom com movie. It was totally different movie which could earn $7,027,472. His last Ghost Town movie was not this much success and this lie invention became up with its bone tickling fun. The reason for huge success of this movie will be Ricky Gervais who can express his unique talents through movies than others.
The Invention Of Lying (2009) could passed sporty Whip It (2009) movie. Fox Searchlight Pictures’ roller derby story renders huge message for all movie lovers. Moxie, desire and dedication are the main things which can carry some one in to top of the success of ladder are the message of Whip It (2009) movie. This falls to sixth place in box office record in this weekend. Fox Searchlight Pictures grabbed $4,650,812 circling 1721 movie theaters. Drew Barrymore is the director of this roller derby pic which combined with comedy made huge entertainment. Of course pretty Ellen Page plays main character as Bliss. Dancing and music competition Fame (2009) movie dragged to seventh place. It should be big drop as it owned third place previous time and now in seven.
It was rare to see economical movie in mega theaters. Capitalism: A Love Story (2009) is wonderful movie which depicted ordinary people’s economical aspect in hawk eyed view. Michael Moore’s documentary movie was distributed by Overture Films, Paramount Vantage. It collected $4,447,378 from 962 theaters in its second weekend.
1. Zombieland (Sony Picture) – $24,733,155
2. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (Sony Pictures Releasing) – $15,809,039
3. Toy Story (Buena Vista Pictures Distribution / Disney pictures) – $12,491,789
4. Surrogates (Buena Vista Pictures Distribution) – $7,241,054
5. The Invention of Lying (Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution) – $7,027,472
6. Whip It (Fox Searchlight Pictures) – $4,650,812
7. Fame (United Artists Films, MGM Distribution Company) – $4,626,952
8. Capitalism: A Love Story (Overture Films, Paramount Vantage) – $4,447,378
9. The Informant! (Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution) -$3,689,235
10. Love Happens (Universal Pictures) -$2,749,025
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