10,000 B.C. had the number one B.O. this weekend, grossing $35.7 million, which was only slightly lower than most analysts’ estimates. By comparison, 300 took in $71 million on the same weekend last year. Advantage: things that don’t suck.
Meanwhile, Semi Pro fell 62% on its second weekend with $5.8 million, and Martin Lawrence’s College Road Trip made $14.5 million. "That’s so Raven!" said industry analysts.
In any case, none of the movies out right now are remotely interesting, and my time would be better spent planning a tea party with my Bruce Greenwood-inspired RealDoll than discussing any of them. Sitting near a busy intersection this weekend was obviously more interesting than watching movies.