Michael Keaton plays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, who conducted some arguably shady business tactics to get the rights the name and original location from the McDonald brothers (Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch) in The Founder.
Real Steel handily took the top spot at the box office this weekend, followed by Ides of March.
The Help maintained it’s dominance over the box office, despite the fact that the East Coast was underwater for most of the weekend.
This week Charlie gives his thoughts on The Blind Side, Prince of Persia and the trailers that proceeded it and also makes us take another guess at “What’s in My Satchel?”
We check out what’s new this week on DVD and Blu Ray.
A big holiday weekend box office, led for the second week in a row by Avatar.
Disney took home the top spot at the box office this weekend with their return to hand drawn animation, The Princess and the Frog.
The sparkly bastards of Twilight are finally dethroned by a football player and his adopted family.
Twilight held onto it’s top spot over the holiday weekend but just barely as the sparkly bastards suffered a 70% drop off from the previous weekend.
The frightening power of teenage girls is revealed as New Moon shatters records and destroyed the weekend box office.