Weekend BO Feb. 7-9 (‘Lego’ Dethrones ‘Ride Along’ Which Has Now Crossed …
February 9, 2014 - box office
The Lego Movie finally was a film that knocked Ride Along off a No 1 box bureau perch
for a final 3 weekends in arrow.
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financed charcterised film expelled by Warner
Bros, that is unequivocally directed some-more towards adults than kids and has been rightfully
so removing soap-box reviews, job it many some-more funnier and savvier than a common uncomplicated kids movie, finished $69
million this weekend.
are that a film will simply seashore to during slightest a $200 million domestic box bureau take and will flattering many browbeat the
rest of a month of Feb into March.
And it’s probable that The Lego Movie could have finished even some-more than $69 million if many of a nation wasn’t still digging
out and recuperating from a heartless continue early final week. Already
meteorologists are observant that this winter has been a coldest that a Midwest alone has
seen in 30 years and it isn’t over yet.
But no worries for Ride Along that landed in third place and has grossed good past a $100 million mark. Funny how there had been predictions that The Best Man Holiday, that stalled during $70 million and A Madea Christmas that hasn’t gotten past $52 million, were a certain thing to make $100 million and fell approach short, though no one was presaging Ride
Along to do it. It wasn’t even on anyone’s radar. But afterwards again, that’s the
nature of a film biz.
other large release, George Clooney’s The
Monuments Men, a reversion to large movement 60’s World War II movement movies
such as a Guns of Navarone, The Train
and Where Eagles Dare, pulled in a really respectable. $22 million, that is about what a film was excepted to do.
reviews job a film lifeless and labyrinth didn’t help. The film was originally
scheduled to be expelled during a 2013 Christmas season, though Sony pushed a recover date back, claiming a during a special effects
weren’t ready. Though, many likely, a genuine story is that, once they saw a film, a studio satisfied that it was no Oscar contender, and pushed it behind until now.
The Weinstein Company’s Vampire Academy flat-out flopped and will be left from most
theaters by a finish of a week. And if you’re gripping count, 12 Years A Slave is now during $47.3 million and has finished $100
million worldwide to date.