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Top 10 Movies

Domestic Box Office (Estimates) For the Weekend of July 23, 2021

  1. Old / $16,500,000
  2. Snake Eyes / $13,350,000
  3. Black Widow/ $11,6000,000
  4. Space Jam: A New Legacy / $9,560,000
  5. F9 the Fast Saga / $4,700,000
  6. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions / $3,400,000
  7. The Boss Baby: Family Business / $2,700,000
  8. The Forever Purge / $2,300,000
  9. A Quiet Place Part II / $1,250,000
  10. Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain/ $830,000

According to Comscore.

Movie Reviews

Space Jam: A New Legacy

Space Jam: A New Legacy

There really isn’t any way around it. Space Jam: A New Legacy is weird. The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it and I suspect many other theater goers (mostly kids and diehard Looney Tunes fans) will agree. Read More >>>

A Quiet Place II

A Quiet Place Part 2

Well, while the ending to A Quiet Place did end on a somewhat hopeful note, (four out of the five characters survived), it wasn’t exactly a happy ever after. The Abbott family defeated the monsters (at the moment) but their home was now unlivable and were forced to head on down the road. Needless to say, many of us asked the question when the credits rolled up the screen in front us: “Now what?” Read More >>>

The Boss Baby: Family Business

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Family Business follows up on the two siblings during Christmas time many years later. Tim Templeton (voiced by James Marsden) is all grown up, married to Carol (Eva Longoria) with two kids of his own. He’s also a stay-at-home dad (and perhaps the first I’ve seen in the animated world). The film re-explains that he has always had an active imagination and for the most part, it is welcomed by his young family. Although, his antics are starting to wear thin for oldest daughter, Tabitha (Ariana Greenblatt) who thinks she is too old for childish fun. By contrast, Tim’s brother, Theodore (Alec Baldwin) is now a single, super-rich, super successful business man. Read More >>>

Who are you Charlie Brown

Who Are You, Charlie Brown

Linus Van Pelt once said, “Of all the Charlie Browns in the world, you’re the Charlie Browiniest.” And that’s true. There is a little Charlie Brown in all of us and a new documentary aims to prove that. Despite its title, Who Are You, Charlie Brown?, this isn’t really a documentary about the cartoon character, but rather his creator, Charles Schulz. And unlike other specials, this one almost completely centers on the comic strips and the influences in Schulz’s life that shaped it. Read More >>>

A Week Away

With our world still struggling with anger and confusion over politics, discrimination, health crisis and even religion, watching A Week Away was like a breath of fresh air. The new Netflix musical takes families back to a simpler time and place – summer camp. And as a faith-based movie, it’s a whole new way to reach the masses with the gospel. Read More >>>

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