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03.15.10 14 Comments

After a record-breaking opening weekend, Tim Burton’s aggressively mediocre Alice in Wonderland movie held fairly strong and cleaned up for a second week in a row, while pretty much everything else crapped the bed.  And thank God.  I don’t think I could live in a world where Paul Blart is a hit AND She’s Out of My League is a success. The war is over, Jay Baruchel, the moodles lost.

Green Zone opened a distant second, probably because…  honestly, I’m just going to stop writing this post now.  Does anyone care about any of the boring-ass movies that played this weekend?  The most interesting thing about any of them is Remember Me‘s Secret Dwarf Hooker ending, and no way I’m sitting through 90 minutes of a RPattz acting like a whiny emo douche just to see that.

“What are you undecided about?”


Go f*ck yourself.

Film Weekend Per Total
1 Alice in Wonderland $62,000,000 (-46.6%) $16,631 $208,625,000
2 Green Zone $14,535,000 $4,840 $14,535,000
3 She’s Out of My League $9,600,000 $3,248 $9,600,000
4 Remember Me $8,300,000 $3,752 $8,300,000
5 Shutter Island $8,140,000 (-38.5%) $2,426 $108,008,000
6 Our Family Wedding $7,600,000 $4,735 $7,600,000
7 Avatar $6,600,000 (-18.7%) $3,842 $730,344,000
8 Brooklyn’s Finest $4,290,000 (-67.9%) $2,212 $21,351,000
9 Cop Out $4,230,000 (-54.5%) $1,468 $39,442,000
10 The Crazies $3,650,000 (-48.4%) $1,547 $33,358,000

[via CHUD, BoxOfficeMojo]

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Vince Mancini is a writer, comedian, and podcaster. A graduate of Columbia’s non-fiction MFA program, his work has appeared on FilmDrunk, the UPROXX network, the Portland Mercury, the East Bay Express, and all over his mom’s refrigerator.

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