You’ve Got B.O.: The Rock Says “Race”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s latest Disney flick about runaway alien tweens in need managed to knock Watchmen down to second place in the box office race. The gruesome and uncomfortable horror thriller The Last House on the Left made it to third place, while Hugh Hefner’s latest effort to turn his boobie mag into a […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: We Watch the Watchmen

The genre-breaking Cold War superhero ensemble epic Watchmen, based on the highly-acclaimed graphic novel, conquered the weekend box office, stomping all of its competition under giant blue footsteps. 1. Watchmen – $55.6m 2. Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail – $8.8m 3. Taken – $7.4m 4. Slumdog Millionaire – $6.9m 5. Paul Blart: Mall Cop […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: Madea Holds Off The Jonas Brothers

The Jonas Brothers’ concert flick couldn’t muster up enough dough to knock Tyler Perry off of the box office throne in a fairly weak weekend for moviegoing. Despite dropping 60% of its audience, Madea Goes To Jail has already become Perry’s highest-grossing movie yet. And after only three weeks, Friday the 13th has dropped out […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: You’re All Just That Into Them

The all-star ensemble cast of He’s Just Not That Into You broke into the top spot at the box office this weekend, while Liam Neeson’s ass-kicking extravaganza Taken held strong at #2. The highly-regarded animated tale Coraline notched number three, and you should go check that one out. 1. He’s Just Not That Into You […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: “Taken” Takes All

Liam Neeson and his particular set of skills that makes him a nightmare for bad guys who kidnap his daughter were enough for Taken to take the box office crown this weekend, leaving his competitors in the dust and finally knocking Paul Blart off the the throne. Renee Zellweger’s frozen tundra rom-com effort New in […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: Paul Blart Blarts It Up Again

Kevin James surprised the world by winning the box office for a second straight week with Paul Blart: Mall Cop, fending off a Kate-Beckinsale-less Underworld prequel and Brendan Fraser’s Inkheart, a kid-fantasy film that deserved more attention than it received. Slumdog Millionaire, however, is certainly getting an award boost, and the slew of Oscar nominations […]

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