The highest grossing movie of last year, Mockingjay Part 1, is out this week along with the latest seasons of some of Starz original series, cult hits and more.
Our newest contributor Tony runs down his picks for the best films of 2014.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies easily dominated the box office with over $90 million for it’s five days out while Exodus took a nose dive and Night at the Museum 3 had the worst opening of the series.
Exodus: Gods and Kings was the movie that finally unseated Mockingjay although it didn’t exactly have a strong debut.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, Joe and Tony talk about the various timelines of Terminator, Ryan Reynolds Deadpool, the behind the scenes drama of past Bond movies, an inside look at Sony’s madness and much more.
With no new wide releases, Mockingjay remained at the top of the charts in the second worst overall weekend of the year.
The new releases failed impress over Thanksgiving and Mockingjay Part 1 continued to dominate on it’s way to the top rungs of the 2014 box office.
Mockingjay Part 1 easily dominated the weekend box office but it was down compared to the rest of the series and other final chapter Part 1s like Harry Potter and Twilight.
The first half of the final Hunger Games movie arrives this weekend with mostly positive reviews from the critics.
Part 1 of the final chapter in The Hunger Games series arrives this November as Katniss joins the rebellion in District 13, as they plot to overthrow President Snow and the Capitol.