“17 Again” and “State of Play” are both great movies, for different reasons. And everyone else thought so, too, based on the box office numbers from this past weekend. Here’s the scoop from Box Office Mojo:
- 17 Again, $23.72M
- State of Play, $14.07M
- Hannah Montana: The Movie, $13.40M
- Monsters vs. Aliens, $13.24M
- Fast and Furious, $11.77M
- Crank: High Voltage, $6.96M (Read my interview with Clifton Collins, Jr.)
- Observe and Report, $4.17M
- Knowing, $3.57M
- I Love You, Man, $3.32M
- The Haunting in Connecticut, $3.11M
Image Credit: © Universal Studios
Miley Cyrus and her alter-ego Hannah Montana scored big at the office this weekend, but only slightly edging out “Fast & Furious” for the top spot. I actually popped in to see the first scene in “Fast & Furious” again – it was that good.
Meanwhile, Julia Roberts and Clive Owen’s romantic romp “Duplicity“ is still hanging in there at No. 10. I’m not surprised, because it’s a really cute film, like the old-time movies with Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn. Here’s the rundown from Box Office Mojo:
- Hannah Montana: The Movie, $32.32M
- Fast & Furious, $27.23M
- Monsters vs. Aliens, $21.81M
- Observe and Report, $11.01M
- Knowing, $6.43M
- I Love You, Man, $6.28M
- The Haunting in Connecticut, $5.90M
- Dragonball Evolution, $4.75M
- Adventureland, $3.35M
- Duplicity, $2.99M
Photo Credit: Sam Emerson, Hannah Montana The Movie, © Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Vin Diesel and “Fast & Furious” raced into the top slot at the box office this week, and I’m not surprised. I loved it, especially the opening scene! Reese Witherspoon is still up there in second place with “Monsters vs. Aliens.”
- Fast & Furious, $70.95M
- Monsters vs. Aliens, $32.60M
- The Haunting in Connecticut, $9.48M
- Knowing, $8.14M
- I Love You, Man, $7.72M
- Adventureland, $5.72M
- Duplicity, $4.17M
- Race to Witch Mountain, $3.21M
- 12 Rounds, $2.26M
- Sunshine Cleaning, $1.80M
Photo Credits: © Universal Studios
“Monsters vs. Aliens” took last weekend’s box office by storm! I really liked it, and especially loved the 3D version (as opposed to Roger Ebert, who HATED the 3D version!).
Here’s the rundown from Box Office Mojo:
- Monsters vs. Aliens, $59.32M
- The Haunting in Connecticut, $23.00
- Knowing, $14.70M
- I Love You, Man, $12.67M
- Duplicity, $7.67M
- Race to Witch Mountain, $5.80M
- 12 Rounds, $5.32M
- Watchmen, $2.73M
- Taken, $2.69M
- The Last House on the Left, $2.64M
Photo credit: Monsters vs. Aliens ™ & © 2009 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Moviegoers went out to see Nicolas Cage save the world this weekend, with “Knowing” coming in at the top slot. Julia Roberts and Clive Owen didn’t fare as well with “Duplicity.” Here’s the scoop from Box Office Mojo:
- Knowing, $24.60M
- I Love You, Man, $17.81M
- Duplicity, $13.96M
- Race to Witch Mountain, $12.78M
- Watchmen, $6.80M
- The Last House on the Left, $5.77M
- Taken, $4.05M
- Slumdog Millionaire, $2.67M
- Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, $2.56M
- Coraline, $2.13M
Photo Credit: Vince Valitutti; TM and © 2009 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Julia Roberts returns to theaters today! Along with a couple of bromantic pals and Nicolas Cage in a numbers-centric mystery. What are YOU seeing this weekend?
Knowing. A time capsule, a mystery, and a college professor played by Nicolas Cage are on tap for this psychological thriller. Also stars Rose Byrne of the FX drama “Damages.” Rated PG-13. [Preview & Trailer]
Photo: © Universal Studios
In the time been of a marriage one person understand the value of a true friend though he have a dream girl. There for he is out there to find the perfect male friend he likes. His brother gives him the tags to make male friend to date, for this poor guy it was to easy to kiss a men’s lips oh I remind milk on that occasion.
Sure it is not a gay promotion activity in the movie. In order to get the best man he has to find a friend first. On the way he dates with many he meets and finally choose wild cat to be his friend, it was movie that mostly based on the social relation ships of men I think.
As a matter of fact it was a rare topic to find. In the common sense if a man doesn’t really have a male friend it is a down pat of his life. There for movie teachers and guild any like that who to gain the confidence from a male friend and be forward in life. Peter Klaven is the man who needs to find a best man in the movie. He was a very successful real estate agent.
He makes love to a dream girl of his life and fortunately he likes him too. So the families and others does agree with this relation ship and as the wedding is arranging they found hard to find perfect person for him to be best man. Zooey does wont him to date men to choose a friend but as it goes on she does not like it that much. Because he gone mad with the guys he met
I Love You Man (2009) is more about the true value of friendship and does explan what really it does for a man. Also In the time been telling the story between girl friend and boy friends different some what ordinary movie I should say it was directed by John Hamburg and cast with Paul Rudd, Rashida Jones and Jason Segel. Produced by John Hamburg and Donald De Line. If you running out of male friend it was the perfect movie to learn.