Box Office

Box Office: November 27-29, 2009

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A New Moon rises twice. The Twilight Saga: New Moon was Number One at the box office for the second week in a row with $42.5 Million for a total of $230.6 Million so far. The Blind Side was Second for the second week in a row with $40.1 Million for a total of $100 Million so far. 2012 was Third for the second week in a row with $18 Million for a total of $138.7 Million so far. Old Dogs premiered in Fourth Place with $16.8 Million. A Christmas Carol (2009) was Fifth with $16 Million for a total of $105.3 Million so far. Ninja Assassin, Planet 51, Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and The Men Who Stare at Goats.  

Source: Box Office Mojo

 

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  • Lew1

    ok so I went and saw this yesterday, and I thought it was good, it was a bit of a slow one but once it got going it was fun to watch. The wolf's in the film were really well done the cgi was great. I would recommend it, if you have seen the first one.

  • You thought the CGI was great? It looked laughable to me in the trailers and commercials.

    I have not seen the first one yet.

  • Lew1

    I was the same but I think they pulled it off. Dude you have to see the first one come on. It's strange they are not the greatest films but there is something about them that is quite appealing. I can see why they are liked, I know people the have read the books say that the films are not detailed enough but I found the films detailed enough and plus I like the storyline.

  • Maybe I will watch the 1st one today after Californication.

  • You thought the CGI was great? It looked laughable to me in the trailers and commercials.

    I have not seen the first one yet.

  • Lew1

    I was the same but I think they pulled it off. Dude you have to see the first one come on. It's strange they are not the greatest films but there is something about them that is quite appealing. I can see why they are liked, I know people that have read the books say that the films are not detailed enough but I found the films detailed enough and plus I like the storyline.

  • Maybe I will watch the 1st one today after Californication.

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