A Breathtaking Weekend at the Movies

Audiences were screaming Don’t Breathe to their seatmates at movie theaters this weekend, as horror invaded their sensitive hearts (while inhibiting their breathing abilities). The always-insensitive Suicide Squad maintained the death wish they extended to their competition as they continued to survive the end-of-summer crowd. Kubo and the Two Strings were weaving a sweet thread around gentle hearts, giving double meaning to family values while the eat-or-be-eaten guests at the Sausage Party were still well represented (if not well fed). Back for more, Mechanic: Resurrection played a part in reviving an assassin while revitalizing our movie-going experience.

It was a stimulating weekend at the movies, with horror and horrible characters going head-to-head, family front and center, with animation and assassins in an odd competition, all culminating in one cool party!

Which of our oddly delightful stories were you celebrating this weekend?


Estimated Domestic Box Office Totals:

  1. Don’t Breathe $26.1 million.
  2. Suicide Squad $12.1 million.
  3. Kubo and the Two Strings $7.8 million.
  4. Sausage Party $7.7 million.
  5. Mechanic: Resurrection $7.5 million.

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