Horror was Hurting While a Civil Rights Saga Steals the Show

“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” was still serving up politically correct and socially acceptable numbers, remaining #1 at the domestic box office with $17 million. The trio-shouting “We’re the Millers” found all sorts of dubious family fun at the #2 locale with $13.5 million. Humanity (a.k.a. moviegoers) placed “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” at the earthly plains known as the #3 spot, where $9.3 million was reputed to mend any and all broken cinematic regions. “The World’s End” to summer’s smash hits as well as the beginning of yet another comedic apocalyptic account found an opening at the #4 place with $8.9 million. The “Planes” continued their animated flight straight to the #5 runway with $8.6 million.
Animation continued to be a crowd pleaser, as did comedies and causes, world domination and city damage, as mortals and Millers all appeared on the big screen with varying degrees of cinematic success.
From seaside days to starry nights, may the week ahead come with its own crowd-pleasing success story destined to satisfy even the most discriminating mortal moviegoer….


Author: Meg

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