It's time to shut the door on those films I will never watch again (unless a drinking game is involved) as I offer up my personal list of the ten worst films of 2011.
It's a mixed bag this week with some good titles at the top and some awful ones at the bottom.
Well, it would appear both of this week's new wide releases didn't necessarily sit well with audiences as neither gained steam over the weekend. One, in fact, dipped well below original expectations after Friday's numbers. Let's have a look. Laremy predicted the #1 movie correctly 7 Weeks In A Row Green Lantern Ouch, Green Lantern... Read more »
Photo: Warner Bros. I am seeing Cars 2 on Saturday morning so I am going to have to rely on early Friday estimates for my report this week taken from Deadline. We'll begin at the top where Green Lantern is performing just as expected with an estimated $22 million on Friday, which includes $3.4 million... Read more »
Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore in The Art of Getting By Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures Ahhh, the strumming of the acoustic guitar, "angsty" white teens, lavish New York apartments and an introvert that just can't find inspiration. It must be another one of those Sundance Film Festival pickups copied over from years and years of... Read more »
Below is a rating for what appears to be a new version of Executive Decision, the 1996 Kurt Russell, Steven Seagal and Halle Berry thriller directed by Stuart Baird. The MPAA listed it with the "(2011)" next to it so I have no idea what the plan is, but it seems like an odd movie... Read more »
UPDATE: Martha Marcy May Marlene was just picked up by Fox Searchlight Pictures. I'm not at the Sundance Film Festival, but I've been working on adding several of the films showing at the fest to the database as many have already received some good buzz and distribution deals. So let's take a look at those... Read more »