In the second-worst performing box office weekend of the year, Angel Has Fallen remained on top for the second week in a row while the weekend’s only new release, Don’t Let Go, opened well outside the top 10.
A human detective and a fairy rekindle a dangerous affair in a Victorian fantasy world, where the city’s uneasy peace collapses when a string of murders reveals an unimaginable monster in Amazon’s upcoming series Carnival Row.
Crazy Rich Asians held onto the top spot at the box office for the third week in a row as Summer 2018 came to a close over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
One of the worst months for summer box office performance in over a decade comes to an end with The Hitman’s Bodyguard again taking the top spot over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Japan’s other favorite monster (and friend to children), Gamera, has a ton of collections out this week along with a couple recent movies.
The Lego Movie rode it’s incredible reviews to the second best opening ever for February and one of the best original animated movie openings ever.
Ride Along dominated for the third week in a row while a special “sing along” version of Frozen kept it in the top 3 and both of the new releases did not do great.
January closes out with an apparently unfunny comedy and a melodramatic drama.
January is usually a slow month but there’s a couple big movies expanding, like Her and Lone Survivor, and things like Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit coming out as well.
Jason Reitman’s latest movie is departure from his usual dramedies with a mix of romance and thriller in Labor Day, where escaped convict Josh Brolin takes a single mother (Kate Winslet) and her son hostage in their home over Labor Day weekend.