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Weekend Box Office: Think Like a Man Leads the Calm Before Blockbuster Storm

Chris Kavan - wrote on 04/29/12 at 11:22 PM CT

Audiences were apparently content to sit and wait things out this weekend as it was a somewhat lackluster performance, especially for the new releases, at the box office.

Leading the way for the second week in a row was Think Like a Man. Down 47% from its opening weekend, the battle of the sexes comedy took in $18 million for a nearly $61 million total. The film now stands as the highest-gross...

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New Movies to Crave: Pirates!, The Raven, The Five-Year Engagement & Safe Make Their Moves

Chris Kavan - wrote on 04/26/12 at 08:52 AM CT

There's a lot of competition at the box office on this Friday April 27th, 2012. Not only that, but there's a little of everything thrown into the mix: comedy, romance, action, family and horror.

1) Looking to continue the success of recent romantic comedy Think Like a Man, Nicholas Stoller's The Five-Year Engagement has Jason Segel and Emily Blunt as the perpetual couple who just can't commit ...

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New on DVD and Blu-ray Week of April 24

Harley Lond - wrote on 04/24/12 at 02:39 PM CT

"Contraband:"

We like Mark Wahlberg. We like Kate Beckinsale. And one of our guilty pleasures is the criminals-turned-good-sucked-in-to-do-one-more-job movies. But for some reason the combination of the three didn't click here. The plot revolves around Wahlberg's Chris Farraday, an ace smuggler who gave up his life of crime to head up his own security firm. When his brother-in-law botc...

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Weekend Box Office: Think Like a Man, Lucky One Lead Romantic Charge

Chris Kavan - wrote on 04/22/12 at 11:38 PM CT

A one-two punch of romance led the box office over the weekend. One took the comedic approach, the other a more dramatic route, but both put up impressive numbers and helped knock The Hunger Games from the top spot.