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Now In-Theater: September 2, 2016

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]).


The Light Between Oceans

No Manches Frida

Naam Hai Akira


Klown Forever

Max Rose

Yoga Hosers

White Girl

Weekend Impressions:

With the surprise of Don’t Breathe dethroning Suicide Squad last weekend, I believe that Morgan will easily be Number One at the box office this weekend. The reason that I say easily is because Morgan looks like a far better film than Don’t Breathe. I have not seen either yet. I am basing this assessment solely on the released trailers for each film. Don’t Breathe will be likely be Number Two at the box but The Light Between Oceans has a shot at premiering in that position. That shot is small though. There will be people that want to see why Don’t Breathe was Number One last weekend that will see it this weekend. Suicide Squad will be Third or Fourth, depending on where The Light Between Oceans opens. Kubo and the Two Strings will be Fourth. Sausage Party will round out the Top Five at the box office.

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