The Grinch Gets Reel


All of Whoville, and many other locations, turned out to turn The Grinch’s heart to gold, making him the most popular cynic in town. Bohemian Rhapsody was still hitting the sweetest notes, having us singing a never-forgotten song. Horror never takes a holiday, apparently, as The Overlord arrived to take on the Michael Myer’s survivors while The Nutcracker and the Four Realms once again transported us to a magical movie land. Finally, The Girl in the Spider’s Web found herself in one twisted but profitable conundrum.
The classics were well represented this weekend, the music was in tune and a tangled web was woven as we witnessed the horrors of war and the wonders of a mystical world destined to inspire even the biggest pessimists.
Which of our inspiring wonders made you an optimist this weekend?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1.The Grinch $66 million.
2. Bohemian Rhapsody $30.9 million.
3. Overlord $10.1 million.
4. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms $9.6 million.
5. The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story $8 million.


The Grinch Gets Ready to Steal all the Cinematic Joy


While The Grinch prepares to take on everyone in Whoville, and everywhere else for that matter, will last week’s champion, Bohemian Rhapsody play the sweetest song, destined to inspire A Star is Born to change her destructive ways, encourage Nobody’s Fool to find the good, even in the biggest fools, while waving a wicked goodbye to the folks who survived Halloween? Fighting for her own movie survival, might The Girl in the Spider’s Web be able to untangle herself from all that government corruption in time to enjoy the cinematic  sights or will the Overlord tower over them all?

Who will be the victor this weekend?


Bohemian Bliss



Our enthusiasm for music-inspired movies knew no bounds this weekend, with Bohemian Rhapsody hitting the best notes within our musically-inspired movie theaters, bringing a bit of the past to the present moment. Presently speaking, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms found a magical place within movie theaters, with real results, setting a surreal stage for Tyler Perry’s Nobody’s Fool, who was everybody’s favorite new friend.  A Star is Born, continued to create a melody within us all while Halloween didn’t care that the horror holiday had passed, as Michael Meyers persisted in his reign of terror, albeit to a smaller, yet still bloodthirsty crowd.
As autumn rolls by and the stories play on, music made for the best friends, the make-believe world was beautifully believable, and everybody was welcome to enjoy the fun, thankfully all season long!
Which of our believable beauties made you feel welcomed this weekend?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:

1. Bohemian Rhapsody $50 million.
2. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms $20 million.
3. Tyler Perry’s Nobody’s Fool $14 million.
4. A Star is Born $11.1 million.
5. Halloween $11 million.