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Now In-Theater: September 23, 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 Magnificent Seven


The Queen of Katwe

The Dressmaker

The Age of Shadows

Closet Monster

The Lovers and the Despot

Made in France

New World Order

The Ruins of Lifta

Weekend Impressions:

The Magnificent Seven will be Number One at the box office this weekend. It has star-power and name recognition with large, movie-going demographics (those that love the original film and those that love Westerns). Sully will be Second if Storks does not claim that spot with its premiere this weekend. Since Storks will bring in the family audience looking for a new animated distraction, Storks should claim the Second Place spot. With Sully in Third Place, Don’t Breathe should be Fourth. Don’t Breathe has held on very well for a horror, genre film. Better than most these days. Suicide Squad will round out the Top Five. This will be the last weekend that Suicide Squad cracks the Top Five. Deepwater Horizon and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children are being released next weekend. Because of their release, Suicide Squad with be in six or seventh place next weekend.

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