Evidence that spring should not be spent inside a movie theatre…
Box Office Top 5 for last weekend:
- Hellboy ($23.5M)
- Walking Tall ($15.3M)
- Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed ($15.1M)
- Home on the Range ($14.0M)
- The Prince & Me ($10.0M)
The last time I didn't even want to rent one of the movies in the top 5? Same movie season last year…
- Phone Booth
- What A Girl Wants
- A Man Apart
- Head of State
- Bringing Down the House
I've re-written this comment about three times, but the bottom line is this: I'm totally with you, Jason. Movies are disappointments right now (and The Punisher is on its way...oh boy). BUT there's good news: "Eternal Sunshine" was pretty good. That's one, anyways.
Yep, Eternal Sunshine was a good time. We enjoyed it.
Stace and I watch Ebert and Roeper at the Movies on sunday morning at 10:30am and this week was the first time I have ever seen Ebert give a thumbs down to every featured selection.
He did like Kill Bill 2 which is coming out next weekend. Yeah, not much out there is tempting at all.