This week's new selections on DVD and Blu-ray include Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, Shame and the post-apocalyptic thriller The Divide along with a new Yasujiro Ozu addition to the Criterion Collection.
The Amazing Spider-Man debuted new footage and a new 3-D trailer recently and it's already earning kudos and compliments that it looks good in 3-D. This makes me wonder, what makes a good 3-D movie?
Can Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol eek out a third weekend in the #1 position over Paramount's new found footage horror film The Devil Inside?
Would you look at that, all ten films in this weekend's box-office top ten showed gains over last weekend and even a couple of films that looked like they may be lagging showed better than expected Saturday and Sunday performances. A nice way to ring in the new year...
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol will once again take the #1 spot at the box-office this weekend as it took home $10.7 million on Friday.
This is a terrible weekend to predict box office. Problematic and conflicting trends abound, the box office feels sluggish, but the last weekend of the year generally holds strong, so the top twelve should at least sniff $120m, right?
Numbers are in for Christmas Day openers War Horse, The Darkest Hour and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close as I've updated the Christmas weekend box-office numbers.
It's so hard to get excited about the box-office when you're looking at numbers like these. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol has won the weekend while newcomers such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and We Bought a Zoo hardly make a dent.
Christmas weekend has begun at the box-office and things continue to be a bit sluggish with Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol taking the lead over a pack of lackluster followers.
Christmas doesn't come until Sunday so while this weekend will see a second Spielberg film and a new teen-targeted PG-13 feature, both will have to face a weekend where plenty of new films have already staked a claim.