A Pretty Quiet Movie Weekend

A Quiet Place rebounded within our movie kingdom, bulldozing it’s way to the top of the domestic box office (in its silent, sinister way), passing The Rock, who was still creating a roaring Rampage. Amy Schumer couldn’t help but declare, I Feel Pretty to anyone who would listen (which turned out to be an impressive lot). Those traveling the horror circuit were able to bravely face the Truth or Dare to suffer the cinematic consequences (which involved sleeping with the lights on for the near future). Following the light created 16 years earlier, Super Troopers 2 were doubly super the second time around.
All in all, in was a super weekend at the movies, as a rampage stormed through movie theaters, where the view was both pretty and pretty terrifying (depending on which theater you found yourself). Horror and humor, naturally, always find a profitable place in our diversified movie theaters.
Which of our diverse stories made your weekend prettier?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. A Quiet Place $22 million.
2. Rampage $21 million.
3. I Feel Pretty $16.2 million.
4. Super Troopers 2 $14.7 million.
5. Truth or Dare $7.9 million.

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