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Monday, April 28, 2008

Weekend B.O.

April 25–27, 2008
Studio Estimates

1) Baby Mama Uni. $18,271,000

2) Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay NL $14,570,000

3) The Forbidden Kingdom LGF $11,230,000 Total: $38,255,000

4) Forgetting Sarah Marshall Uni. $11,014,000 Total: $35,077,000

5) Nim's Island Fox $4,525,000 Total: $38,954,000

6) Prom Night SGem $4,400,000 Total; $38,115,000

7) 21 Sony $4,000,000 Total: $75,775,000

8) 88 Minutes Sony $3,600,000 Total; $12,632,000

9) Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! Fox $2,410,000 Total: $147,883,000

10) Deception Fox $2,225,000

11) Street Kings FoxS $2,125,000 Total: $23,682,000

12) Leatherheads Uni. $1,815,000 Total; $29,276,000

I saw Harold and Kumar (don't judge me!) cause I was very surprised at how much I liked the first one. But just like 99% of all sequels, it was a disappointment. It also seems to lose the magic when you wait too long after the first ones (Rush Hour and Indiana Jones, anyone?)

If anyone saw any of the new releases this weekend, give me a holler and let me know what you thought....


Yobachi said...

Eye Dub, you made my list of excellent bloggers, see here?:

WaywardJam said...

Totally agree on H&K2. I loved the first film but this one stunk up the place. At least, NPH was still funny. (Also agree Rush Hour 3-ugh! but hope the theory doesn't hold for the new Indiana Jones)

Saw Baby Mama. In retrospect, I gave it a bit too much credit in my review but I hope it's success gives Tina Fey the chance to make bigger and better films.

Invisible Woman said...

Thanks Yobachi! :-)

I agree with your Baby Mama assessment. We are so starved for good films that if something is half-way decent it gets tons of accolades cause it's better than 90% of the garbage out there.

The movie was cute, but ultimately nothing more. I am a huge 30 Rock fan, btw.