Stomping through the Cinematic World

A Jurassic World was apparently the world to be in this weekend, providing a nice place to visit (at least from the safety of a movie theater seat). While the dinosaurs certainly dominated, breaking box-office records as well as brittle bones (the second biggest opening in movie history), a sly comedic Spy was no slouch, the San Andreas was still shaking and the contents contained within the Insidious: Chapter 3 were proving once again to be a riveting (if not revolting) read. A Pitch Perfect 2 hold all that edge-of-your-seat entertainment sang out throughout our hallowed movie halls.

Unfortunately, our flashy Entourage preferred picture books to petrifying page turners and, since they clearly scare easily, found themselves relegated to a humble land beneath the more popular cinematic crowd.

Although the freaky fossils led the movie pack, the coolest followers were spotted trailing respectfully behind (way behind). Shifty spies eclipsed eerie earthquakes while the supernatural said a strange Hello to Hollywood’s sweetest singing sensation, all contributing to spine-chilling (and some just plain silly) entertainment.

Which of our unconventional tales did you follow this weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Totals:

  1. Jurassic World $204.6 million.
  2. Spy $16 million.
  3. San Andreas $11 million.
  4. Insidious: Chapter 3 $7.3 million.
  5. Pitch Perfect 2 $6 million.
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