You’ve Got B.O.: “Hangover” Holds On

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/The-Hangover/149442/1127080835/The-Hangover%3A-What-Happens-In-Vegas/embed 420 355] The Hangover hangs on to the box office crown for a second week in a row, thanks to incredible word of mouth and a lot of crazy good comedy. 1. The Hangover – $33.4m 2. Up – $30.5m 3. The Taking of Pelham 123 – $25m 4. Night at the Museum: […]

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B.O. Update: Final Numbers Put “Hangover” Over “Up”

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/The-Hangover/149442/1127081737/The-Hangover%3A-Your-Car-Officers/embed 420 355] The final box office numbers have come in, and we’ve got a new box office champ this week after all. The Hangover grabbed $44.9 million to Pixar’s $44.1 million with Up, while Land of the Lost made even less money than initially projected. 1. The Hangover – $44.9m 2. Up – […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: “Up” Stays Up, “Lost” Loses to “Hangover”

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/The-Hangover/149442/1127080457/The-Hangover%3A-Iron-Mike/embed 420 355] Pixar’s Up stays on top of the box office, fending off a strong challenge from The Hangover. Will Ferrell’s Land of the Lost lands a distant third. 1. Up – $44.2m 2. The Hangover – $43.2m 3. Land of the Lost – $19.3m 4. Night at the Museum: Battle of the […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: “Up” Rises High

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/Up/147384/1125073255/Up%3A-Dug-The-Dog/embed 420 355] As expected, Pixar has conquered the box office again with their latest touching and hilarious offering Up, while Sam Raimi’s little horror film Drag Me To Hell placed third behind 2 Night 2 Museum. 1. Up – $68.2m 2. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian – $25.5m 3. Drag […]

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Opening Wide: “Up,” “Drag Me To Hell”

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/Up/147384/1125073660/Up%3A-Russell/embed 420 355] Up Buy tickets on Fandango! Pixar is back with their yearly offering of animated genius. This time, they give us a story of a grumpy old widower named Carl Fredericksen (Ed Asner) who decides to honor his late wife’s dream by flying his house (and an unsuspecting young boy scout) to […]

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Summer Movie Preview: Something For The Kids

Won’t somebody think of the children? Hollywood generally does, because family movies are often big hits thanks to parents who want to shut their kids up for a couple of hours – and because Pixar never stops being great. Check out what the youngsters are going to bug you to see starting in May. [iframe […]

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