A Crazy but Happy Movie Weekend

Crazy Rich Asians were still having a crazy good time proving that peculiarities can deliver the most movie profits. The Meg remained a danger to the rest of her non-water-based competition. Profiting the first time out, The Happytime Murders made one happy killing, in the kindest of cinematic ways while Mission Impossible: Fallout planned on continuing their successful mission, apparently, into the Fall Movie Season. Finally, Christopher Robin made clear that childhood memories are valued no matter what the season.
As summer winds down, crazy families and old childhood friends were well represented, a wild whale continued to show us the wonders of the sea (from the safety of our movie seats), Cruise refused to relinquish total control and puppets in peril equaled profits.
Which of our happy killer tales did you profit the most from this weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1.Crazy Rich Asians $25 million.
2. The Meg $13 million.
3 The Happytime Murders $10 million.
4. Mission Impossible: Fallout $8 million.
5. Christopher Robin $6.3 million.

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