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Weekend Box-Office: August 6-8, 2010

08.08.2010


WEEKEND BOX-OFFICE

The Other Guys take the #1 spot...

After 3 weeks in the #1 spot, Christopher Nolan's INCEPTION was finally bounced from the top by the latest Adam McKay/Will Ferrell collaboration entitled THE OTHER GUYS, which managed a solid opening of $36M, which was in line with their previous flicks together (STEP BROTHERS ($31M), TALLADEGA NIGHTS ($47M), ANCHORMAN ($28M). It will be interesting to see if this film has legs and will beat the champion from their previous work together, which was TALLADEGA NIGHTS with $148M in total. It was Ferrell's 2nd highest opening gross of all time after TALLADEGA.

In the meantime, INCEPTION is closing in on the $230M mark, and currently sits in 6th place on the 2010 top grossing movies list, right behind SHREK FOREVER AFTER with $237M. TOY STORY 3, despite slowly creeping out of the top 10, is now closing in on the $403M mark (only $7M to go), which would place it in 9th place on the all-time domestic gross list (that's right, all-time, not just this year).

If you're wondering how STEP UP 3D did versus its previous two incarnations (firstly, I would ask you WHY you care....), the first STEP UP opened with $21M and made $65M overall, while the sequel (the awesomely titled STEP UP 2 THE STREETS) opened with $19M and made $58M in total. The good news for non-STEP UP fans is that this third part grossed the least of the three films so far, so hopefully we won't have to endure a possible fourth STEP UP 4 DA FUN or some shit.

Angelina Jolie's SALT continued on its merry way, dropping only one spot from 3rd to 4th place this week and closing in on the $100M mark (this would be her 7th $100M+ movie versus 9 $100M+ movies for her baby-daddy Brad Pitt), while DINNER WITH SCHMUCKS was the film that lost the 2nd most ground from last weekend (CHARLIE ST. CLOUD lost 62% of its audience, while SCHMUCKS lost 55%), dropping from 2nd place to 5th place. The three films to get bounced from the top 10 this week include GROWN UPS ($156M), THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE ($57M) and ECLIPSE ($293M)

BTW, despite some pretty bad reviews, GROWN UPS is Adam Sandler's 4th highest grossing movie of his career, but even crazier than that, it's actually only $8M away from being his highest grossing movie of all-time! (BIG DADDY ($163M), THE WATERBOY ($161M), THE LONGEST YARD ($158M), GROWN UPS ($156M). So far, 13 of you have posted your own reviews of the film on MOVIE FAN CENTRAL with an average score of 5/10.

Next weekend is probably the most highly anticipated weekend of the summer movie season on JoBlo.com as both Sylvester Stallone's awesome-looking action flick filled with action stars entitled THE EXPENDABLES finally gets released, and fanboy fave writer/director Edgar Wright also unleashes his latest cinematic creation, SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD, onto the world! For non-fanboys, EAT, PRAY, LOVE featuring Julia Roberts looking happy and traveling the world is also being released. And so the big question obviously has to be: what film will you be checking out next weekend? THE EXPENDABLES or SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD? VOTE HERE!!!

1. The Other Guys $ 35.6 Million
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2. Inception $ 18.6 Million $ 227.7 Million
3. Step Up 3D $ 15.5 Million
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4. Salt $ 11.1 Million $ 91.9 Million
5. Dinner for Schmucks $ 10.5 Million $ 46.7 Million
6. Despicable Me $ 9.4 Million $ 209.4 Million
7. Cats & Dogs:... $ 6.9 Million $ 26.4 Million
8. Charlie St. Cloud $ 4.7 Million $ 23.5 Million
9. Toy Story 3 $ 3 Million $ 396.3 Million
10. The Kids are All Right $ 2.6 Million $ 14 Million

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2:35PM on 08/09/2010
I'm sure Step Up has awesome dancing but you can watch that shit on America's Best Dance Crew and Youtube. I enjoy seeing some sweet dance moves but to put a shitty plot around it and release it in theaters gives us film fans the right to judge it just like every other movie that comes out. Look at Michael Bay films. He makes action movies and most of us love action movies. But everyone bashes Bay because he only provides good action and the rest is shit. Same with dance movies. They provide
I'm sure Step Up has awesome dancing but you can watch that shit on America's Best Dance Crew and Youtube. I enjoy seeing some sweet dance moves but to put a shitty plot around it and release it in theaters gives us film fans the right to judge it just like every other movie that comes out. Look at Michael Bay films. He makes action movies and most of us love action movies. But everyone bashes Bay because he only provides good action and the rest is shit. Same with dance movies. They provide good dancing but everything else is shit, thus making it a shitty movie.
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9:29AM on 08/09/2010
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9:21AM on 08/09/2010

WOW R U GUYS SERIOUS?

I should have known this kickass guy would be a Step Up fan. You guys are kidding right? This is Joblo. We're not supposed to be defending this kind of ridiculous garbage. As the Blo said himself, to each his own. But PLEASE don't lecture me on how good some MTV dance movie is, or insult me by comparing the acting to that in The Last Airbender.
I should have known this kickass guy would be a Step Up fan. You guys are kidding right? This is Joblo. We're not supposed to be defending this kind of ridiculous garbage. As the Blo said himself, to each his own. But PLEASE don't lecture me on how good some MTV dance movie is, or insult me by comparing the acting to that in The Last Airbender.
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12:57PM on 08/09/2010
Dance movies aren't any different from any other genre. For example, people go see action movies for the action, even though they could have a horrible plot and stupid characters that spew out cheesy one-liners. People solely go to action movies expecting explosions and car chases. The same with comedies. You go in expecting to laugh out loud, even though the plot can be cliched and predictable. Same with horror movies. The Ring proved that even though it has the most idiotic premise in some
Dance movies aren't any different from any other genre. For example, people go see action movies for the action, even though they could have a horrible plot and stupid characters that spew out cheesy one-liners. People solely go to action movies expecting explosions and car chases. The same with comedies. You go in expecting to laugh out loud, even though the plot can be cliched and predictable. Same with horror movies. The Ring proved that even though it has the most idiotic premise in some time (a killer video tape, really?), it's damn scary and because of that, people liked the movie. This goes with almost every genre.
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3:04AM on 08/09/2010

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I agree with you. Step Up 3D was pretty fucking awesome. Yes the plot has been done a million times, and yes the acting isn't anything stand out (still wasn't "bad" acting, just cookie-cutter. 100000X better than Last Airbender), but it's passable and endearing in a sense. The dancing and 3D is amazing! The best since Avatar! I had a really good time watching it with my friends. I`m tired of people thinking if you like these types of movies, then you like shitty movies period. One of my
I agree with you. Step Up 3D was pretty fucking awesome. Yes the plot has been done a million times, and yes the acting isn't anything stand out (still wasn't "bad" acting, just cookie-cutter. 100000X better than Last Airbender), but it's passable and endearing in a sense. The dancing and 3D is amazing! The best since Avatar! I had a really good time watching it with my friends. I`m tired of people thinking if you like these types of movies, then you like shitty movies period. One of my favorite films ever is Requiem for a Dream - so don't tell me I like shit movies. I can enjoy certain things from certain films, and maybe most people can't, but then again that's just too bad for them. More movies for me to enjoy :) The kid who plays Moose in the film is very charming and I LOVED his dancing in the streets scene with the Frank Sinatra tune playing! I think people need to get off their high horses.
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12:53PM on 08/09/2010
Thank you.
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1:00AM on 08/09/2010

I hope to god Im wrong..

but for next week i predict the Julia Roberts movie coming in at 1, with Expendables at 2, something else already released at 3, and Scott Pilgrim at 4th.
but for next week i predict the Julia Roberts movie coming in at 1, with Expendables at 2, something else already released at 3, and Scott Pilgrim at 4th.
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2:40AM on 08/09/2010
wow are you serious, her movie won't even make the top 5. So obvious Scott Pilgrim & Expendables will be 1 & 2, no telling which is number ! as both have the fan base
wow are you serious, her movie won't even make the top 5. So obvious Scott Pilgrim & Expendables will be 1 & 2, no telling which is number ! as both have the fan base
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12:35AM on 08/09/2010
Were there any numbers fpr Middle Men? I really want to see that, but it doesnt look like it was released anywhere near me, i think it got released in limited this weekend, just curious how it did, cuz it looks pretty good.
Were there any numbers fpr Middle Men? I really want to see that, but it doesnt look like it was released anywhere near me, i think it got released in limited this weekend, just curious how it did, cuz it looks pretty good.
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9:29AM on 08/09/2010
hey i heard from boxofficeguru.com on twitter that it didn't have a too-impressive opening. $1210 average per screen and $305,000 for the weekend. don't know much about this movie, but that's the word from Gitesh Pandya.
hey i heard from boxofficeguru.com on twitter that it didn't have a too-impressive opening. $1210 average per screen and $305,000 for the weekend. don't know much about this movie, but that's the word from Gitesh Pandya.
12:04PM on 08/09/2010
Nice... thanks dude. Yeah, that is pretty lackluster, and will most likely prevent it from a large theater expansion. Guess I'll have to wait for DVD
Nice... thanks dude. Yeah, that is pretty lackluster, and will most likely prevent it from a large theater expansion. Guess I'll have to wait for DVD
11:37PM on 08/08/2010
Glad to see The Other Guys on top. Also awesome to see Inception still doing well and also seeing The Kids Are All Alright crack into the top 10. It was a great movie and deserves to be seen. For next weekend, I may try to see both Scott Pilgrim and The Expendables, but will probably only have time to see one on the weekend and one during the week.
Glad to see The Other Guys on top. Also awesome to see Inception still doing well and also seeing The Kids Are All Alright crack into the top 10. It was a great movie and deserves to be seen. For next weekend, I may try to see both Scott Pilgrim and The Expendables, but will probably only have time to see one on the weekend and one during the week.
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10:59PM on 08/08/2010
Cool that The Other Guys finished 1st but those look like opening numbers you used to see back in the 90s. Hoping word of mouth & repeat viewing will m ake it a modest hit, i plan to see it next week. As for The Expendables & Scott Pilgrim, why not see them both, i know i will for sure.
Cool that The Other Guys finished 1st but those look like opening numbers you used to see back in the 90s. Hoping word of mouth & repeat viewing will m ake it a modest hit, i plan to see it next week. As for The Expendables & Scott Pilgrim, why not see them both, i know i will for sure.
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10:02PM on 08/08/2010
Inception will most likely be in the top 10 for as long as Toy Story 3 has been
Inception will most likely be in the top 10 for as long as Toy Story 3 has been
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9:42PM on 08/08/2010

YAY, no more "Step Ups?"

Thrilled to see "Step" did poorly. I have nothing against dancing & can appreciate a lot of it. If you want to see a good dance flick, try "Planet B-Boy" it's a documentary & is 10 times better than any of these "Step or Served" type movie. Now if they could actually have any semblance of a plot (sorry a GOOD plot), maybe they could be good. "Planet B-Boy" is a lot of fun to watch. So was "Rize"
Thrilled to see "Step" did poorly. I have nothing against dancing & can appreciate a lot of it. If you want to see a good dance flick, try "Planet B-Boy" it's a documentary & is 10 times better than any of these "Step or Served" type movie. Now if they could actually have any semblance of a plot (sorry a GOOD plot), maybe they could be good. "Planet B-Boy" is a lot of fun to watch. So was "Rize"
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9:10PM on 08/08/2010
Totally boring weekend at the box office other than the fact that Toy Story 3's $3 million weekend ensures that it will not beat Shrek 2 domestically. Still over $40 million away. It WILL, however, make more money internationally, which is not surprising. Maybe even hit the big B. There, don't say I'm a TS3 hater. But it won't beat Shrek 2.
Totally boring weekend at the box office other than the fact that Toy Story 3's $3 million weekend ensures that it will not beat Shrek 2 domestically. Still over $40 million away. It WILL, however, make more money internationally, which is not surprising. Maybe even hit the big B. There, don't say I'm a TS3 hater. But it won't beat Shrek 2.
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7:38PM on 08/08/2010
JoBlo, you kinda pissed me off today with your rant about Step Up 3D. I personally went to see the film and I loved it just because of the dancing and 3D alone. Nobody goes to see these films for the plot or the characters and you can even ask that to the Step Up fans out there. It’s apparent, I mean you’d have to be retarded to not notice, that the clichéd plot in the film was just an excuse to showcase some of the best and most elaborate dancing that you’ll ever see in your entire life.
JoBlo, you kinda pissed me off today with your rant about Step Up 3D. I personally went to see the film and I loved it just because of the dancing and 3D alone. Nobody goes to see these films for the plot or the characters and you can even ask that to the Step Up fans out there. It’s apparent, I mean you’d have to be retarded to not notice, that the clichéd plot in the film was just an excuse to showcase some of the best and most elaborate dancing that you’ll ever see in your entire life. People watch the films for the dance moves and you know what, they're mind blowing.

The 3D = AMAZING. It’s the best use of 3D that I’ve seen since “Avatar” and I speak the truth. Read the critics’ reviews. They all have one thing in common: The 3D was bloody brilliant. From the opening studio logos to the closing credits (and I DO mean the entire credits), the 3D technology does not go to waste like those other films that are post converted.

And you say as if these films are poison. Are you freaking kidding me?! The film has a 51% on Rotten Tomatoes, the highest in the series! If anything, movies like “Clash of the Titans” and “Transformers 2” degrade the film industry more than these dancing films that don’t take themselves too seriously and are tongue-in-cheek.

Have you guys heard of Spill.com? You know, those people who are actually honest about their thoughts on films and aren’t sheep? I was 100% sure they would bash the $#it out of Step Up 3D. You know what really happened? Listen to their review to find out: [link] At least they gave the movie a chance. Hey, bring on the thumbs down to my post because I give credit where credit’s due and Step Up 3D deserves some by using the 3D technology the right way.
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7:49PM on 08/08/2010
Although I disagree with you... You admire your long disagreement than just saying something mean.
Although I disagree with you... You admire your long disagreement than just saying something mean.
8:44PM on 08/08/2010
Yeah, to each his own, dude. Props for being constructive in your response and not just insulting us, etc... You got my respect, even if I don't have yours... ;)

Dance flicks just don't interest me, no matter how good. Just a difference of opinion.
Yeah, to each his own, dude. Props for being constructive in your response and not just insulting us, etc... You got my respect, even if I don't have yours... ;)

Dance flicks just don't interest me, no matter how good. Just a difference of opinion.
9:09PM on 08/08/2010
Thanks, guys. JoBlo, I'm sorry for the rant earlier.
Thanks, guys. JoBlo, I'm sorry for the rant earlier.
11:41PM on 08/08/2010
I have to be honest, I saw a little bit of Step Up 2 on TV and I was blown away. I didn't know what I was watching until people started dancing. I stopped watching when the scene was over because I wasn't interested in watching the movie but, yeah, I could see the appeal. So what happens when these movies shot in 3D get shown on TV or are rented on DVD. Aren't people missing out if they don't see these movies in 3D?
I have to be honest, I saw a little bit of Step Up 2 on TV and I was blown away. I didn't know what I was watching until people started dancing. I stopped watching when the scene was over because I wasn't interested in watching the movie but, yeah, I could see the appeal. So what happens when these movies shot in 3D get shown on TV or are rented on DVD. Aren't people missing out if they don't see these movies in 3D?
12:34AM on 08/09/2010
I have never seen a Step Up movie.. BUT watching sexy ladies with sexy stomachs doing some sexy dancing... I can't really knock anyone for enjoying that!
I have never seen a Step Up movie.. BUT watching sexy ladies with sexy stomachs doing some sexy dancing... I can't really knock anyone for enjoying that!
12:43PM on 08/09/2010
martinphipps, yes, people are missing out. Hey, I'm having a hard time convincing people to go watch because they don't watch these movies in the first place. However, if some of you guys are waiting to rent it or something like that, I would really recommend you watching it in 3D in theaters. Hey, there's the invention of the 3D tv so I can see Step Up 3D being released in 3D on Blu-Ray in the future so it's not a total disaster.
martinphipps, yes, people are missing out. Hey, I'm having a hard time convincing people to go watch because they don't watch these movies in the first place. However, if some of you guys are waiting to rent it or something like that, I would really recommend you watching it in 3D in theaters. Hey, there's the invention of the 3D tv so I can see Step Up 3D being released in 3D on Blu-Ray in the future so it's not a total disaster.
7:30PM on 08/08/2010

The Summer of Discontent

Read this piece last week in the Wall Street Journal (and it was reiterated again today on NPR):
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Just as there were last year (and the year before), there are clamors of this summer being the worst in cinema history.

Not sure I completely agree, as looking at the current top 10, 7 of the films are good-excellent (TOG, Inception, Salt, DFS, DM,TS3, The Kids). The less we say of Charlie St. Cloud the better, however.

I'm quite happy with The Other Guys debuting at #1, and
Read this piece last week in the Wall Street Journal (and it was reiterated again today on NPR):
[link]

Just as there were last year (and the year before), there are clamors of this summer being the worst in cinema history.

Not sure I completely agree, as looking at the current top 10, 7 of the films are good-excellent (TOG, Inception, Salt, DFS, DM,TS3, The Kids). The less we say of Charlie St. Cloud the better, however.

I'm quite happy with The Other Guys debuting at #1, and Inception continues to truck along to 300 (Nolan's run now feels like Steven Spielberg in the mid 70's to ROTLA).

But- what do joblo'ers feel about this summer being one of the worst ever, or at least a massive disappointment? True? Not True?
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6:34PM on 08/08/2010
Glad to see the Other Guys did well. Also looking forward to Scott Pilgrim.
Glad to see the Other Guys did well. Also looking forward to Scott Pilgrim.
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5:46PM on 08/08/2010

Not a Step Up fan

but why do people say hopefully they stop making these, or any other kinds of films. While we may not be the audience for them, their surely is an audience, and why would we want to take anything away from them. These are harmless flicks that are obviously quite profitable.

I also think the 3D may have hurt this one. I think a lot of people really belived this was the first Step Up, just re-released in 3D.
but why do people say hopefully they stop making these, or any other kinds of films. While we may not be the audience for them, their surely is an audience, and why would we want to take anything away from them. These are harmless flicks that are obviously quite profitable.

I also think the 3D may have hurt this one. I think a lot of people really belived this was the first Step Up, just re-released in 3D.
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4:33PM on 08/08/2010

Saw Step Up 3 this weekend

Out of a four-star rating, I would give:
Step Up = * 1/2
Step Up 2 the Streets = **
Step Up 3-D = ** 1/2

All in all, I think "Step Up 3" (saw it in 2-D screens) was the best of the three films. Sure it isn't good in terms of storyline, but the dancing is what it's all about.
Out of a four-star rating, I would give:
Step Up = * 1/2
Step Up 2 the Streets = **
Step Up 3-D = ** 1/2

All in all, I think "Step Up 3" (saw it in 2-D screens) was the best of the three films. Sure it isn't good in terms of storyline, but the dancing is what it's all about.
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4:20PM on 08/08/2010

PAY FOR BOTH

just SUCK IT UP... we want both to beat EatGayLove...
just SUCK IT UP... we want both to beat EatGayLove...
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5:15PM on 08/08/2010
Why do "we want both to beat EatGayLove", exactly? Is it such a big deal if women have a good time at the movies too?
Why do "we want both to beat EatGayLove", exactly? Is it such a big deal if women have a good time at the movies too?
5:54PM on 08/08/2010
who said anything about women? It's Eat Pray Love that is evil, not women... have you even read a plot synopsis? Get your progressive-PC-nazi ass outta my replies.
who said anything about women? It's Eat Pray Love that is evil, not women... have you even read a plot synopsis? Get your progressive-PC-nazi ass outta my replies.
4:17PM on 08/08/2010
Inception had a good run, much better than I expected. It had to be knocked from the top spot eventually, and I'm glad it was at least The Other Guys, and not Step Up 3D.
Inception had a good run, much better than I expected. It had to be knocked from the top spot eventually, and I'm glad it was at least The Other Guys, and not Step Up 3D.
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3:55PM on 08/08/2010
Not a bad start for "The Other Guys",but nothing impressive $ wise-I really wanna see this regardless!
Not a bad start for "The Other Guys",but nothing impressive $ wise-I really wanna see this regardless!
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3:23PM on 08/08/2010

Is anyone else

a little confused at SALT's consistently strong showings? Maybe I'm in the minority, but that seemed even less clear and intriguing than Knight and Day had - and it's the same thing Jolie does EVERY TIME. I dunno. Anyway, Go Inception, and whatnot.
a little confused at SALT's consistently strong showings? Maybe I'm in the minority, but that seemed even less clear and intriguing than Knight and Day had - and it's the same thing Jolie does EVERY TIME. I dunno. Anyway, Go Inception, and whatnot.
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5:15PM on 08/08/2010
Yeah, EVERY TIME. I actually thought Salt was just the subtitle to "The Changeling 2".
Yeah, EVERY TIME. I actually thought Salt was just the subtitle to "The Changeling 2".
8:48PM on 08/08/2010
The reason you're confused C.K. Dexter Haven is because you obviously haven't seen the film. If you had, you would see it's actually a pretty fun action flick. You can resolve your confusion (possibly) by checking the film out.
The reason you're confused C.K. Dexter Haven is because you obviously haven't seen the film. If you had, you would see it's actually a pretty fun action flick. You can resolve your confusion (possibly) by checking the film out.
9:12PM on 08/08/2010
I'm talking about how it was "marketed", not how is "is". Positive word of mouth can help, but I haven't heard any aside from yours. Also, the clips I saw weren't that good.
I'm talking about how it was "marketed", not how is "is". Positive word of mouth can help, but I haven't heard any aside from yours. Also, the clips I saw weren't that good.
2:41AM on 08/09/2010
I'm not saying it's the greatest movie in the world but if you dig straight up action flicks then Salt is your type of film. And truth be told I feel the same way about Angelina Jolie but she really sold me here, lips and all. Most people I know who saw it really liked it, although I will agree that it hasn't gotten a lot of word of mouth marketing, surprisingly from even this site considering it wasn't given a "review this" article. I presume it could be linked to female action heroes and
I'm not saying it's the greatest movie in the world but if you dig straight up action flicks then Salt is your type of film. And truth be told I feel the same way about Angelina Jolie but she really sold me here, lips and all. Most people I know who saw it really liked it, although I will agree that it hasn't gotten a lot of word of mouth marketing, surprisingly from even this site considering it wasn't given a "review this" article. I presume it could be linked to female action heroes and their lack of believability in the past who knows. Like I said though, if you want a straight up fun time at the movies its worth a shot.
9:43AM on 08/09/2010
Word - I'll give it a look on video if I get the chance.
Word - I'll give it a look on video if I get the chance.
3:13PM on 08/08/2010
I'll be seeing Scott Pilgrim and Expendables next weekend. Treating my buddy to Expendables before he moves away.
I'll be seeing Scott Pilgrim and Expendables next weekend. Treating my buddy to Expendables before he moves away.
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3:08PM on 08/08/2010
I love that even with the higher 3D ticket prices, Step Up 3D made less money than the earlier films. Dumbest use of 3D ever.

I'm hoping Expendables is #1 next weekend, but I wouldn't be sore to see Pilgrim get it either.
I love that even with the higher 3D ticket prices, Step Up 3D made less money than the earlier films. Dumbest use of 3D ever.

I'm hoping Expendables is #1 next weekend, but I wouldn't be sore to see Pilgrim get it either.
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7:22PM on 08/08/2010
I'm here to tell you this: Step Up 3D utilizes the technology in the best possible way since "Avatar" and I've enjoyed the 3D in this film even more than "Avatar." You haven't seen the film. I did, so why won't you stop bashing on a film that was obviously not meant for you in the first place and that WASN'T post converted like those countless idiotic films? If you're going to bash the 3D, at least watch it because I'm 100% sure it will blow you away like it did the critics who gave the film
I'm here to tell you this: Step Up 3D utilizes the technology in the best possible way since "Avatar" and I've enjoyed the 3D in this film even more than "Avatar." You haven't seen the film. I did, so why won't you stop bashing on a film that was obviously not meant for you in the first place and that WASN'T post converted like those countless idiotic films? If you're going to bash the 3D, at least watch it because I'm 100% sure it will blow you away like it did the critics who gave the film the highest rating of all the other films.
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