One of the biggest movies of all time (and our favorite movie of last year), Star Wars: The Force Awakens, arrives this week on Blu Ray along with a bunch of TV seasons, some action movies feature WWE superstars and more.
The Super Bowl took most of the attention away from the box office this weekend, leaving most of the new releases to flounder while Kung Fu Panda 3 remained on top.
Kung Fu Panda 3 dominated the last weekend of January with the highest animated opening of all time for the month and the second highest opening overall while most of the other new release had mediocre to terrible openings.
The Revenant returned to the top of the box office as Ride Along 2 took a pretty big tumble and all three of the new movies in theaters had mediocre debuts.
Mad Max and The Revenant lead the charge in the most genre movie filled Oscar ballot in years with 10 and 12 nominations respectively while one of our patron saints, Sly Stallone, go a nomination for Creed. Check out the whole list here.
Joe gives his picks for the ten best movies of the year
Zach gives his pick for the top ten movies of 2015, a year which brought back a ton of beloved franchises like Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Mad Max.
The Force Awakens continued to shatter records as it crossed $1 billion worldwide and had the highest second weekend of all time.
Shocking no one, Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattered just about every record you could possible shatter over it’s highest opening weekend of all time.
There’s a little indie film called Star Wars: The Force Awakens this week along with Sisters and Chipmunks trying desperately to counter-program.