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Now In-Theater: March 17, 2017

The motion pictures now in-theater are from various Hollywood and independent movie studios. Some of the films are in wide release (600 screens or more in the United States and Canada) and some are in limited release (a motion picture that is playing in a select few theaters across the country [typically in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco]).

Beauty and the Beast

The Belko Experiment

T2: Trainspotting


Song to Song

Weekend Impressions:

Beauty and the Beast will be the Number One film at the box office over the weekend. Like The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast is a live action adaptation, the effects are stellar, the production looks lavish, and the story of the film is well known. Emma Watson’s star has risen, is a recognizable name, and her presence will be a legitimizing presence to the CGI-heavy film.

Kong: Skull Island will be Number Two. There will be people, like myself, that have not seen the new Kong outing yet. In addition, those that are curious and whom want to see massive destruction will go to see the film.

Logan will be Number Three at the box office this weekend. After two lousy DC films, Logan was desperate breath of fresh air.

Get Out will be Fourth.

The Shack will be Fifth at the box office this weekend. This will be the last weekend that The Shack is in the Top Five at the box office.

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