The Girl on the Train Travels on all the Right Tracks

Although Hurricane Matthew put a damper on the cinematic festivities for some this weekend, movie lovers still showed up to support their favorite films. The Girl on the Train found her disturbing way to the best spot at the box-office, knocking the rest of the competition off of her mysterious tracks. Mystery surrounded Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which was still a strange but surreal place to visit. Dirty business surrounded the Deepwater Horizon as its visitors looked toward brighter (oil-contained) days. As the weeks dwindled on, The Magnificent Seven inevitably dropped in the number of moviegoers but remained magnificent nonetheless. Dealing with their own magnificence, the Storks continued to deliver to a happy, G-rated-loving crowd.

Crowds caught a glimpse of a disturbed girl, peculiar children, dirty horizons and colorful packages, as magnificent films caught everybody’s attention.

Which of our magnificent tales grabbed your attention this weekend?

 

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:

  1. The Girl on the Train $24.7 million.
  2. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children $15 million.
  3. Deepwater Horizon $11.8 million.
  4. The Magnificent Seven $9.2 million.
  5. Storks $8.5 million.
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