Sunday, June 24, 2007

The Film Gudie Top 10

Well the weekend is almost over and we a winner, winner, winner and Steve Carell Family Film sequel to Jim Carrey "Bruce Almighty" finish no.1 in the box office

But, "Evan Almighty" which is about a new congressman[played by Carell] instructed by God (played by Morgan Freeman) to build an ark for a coming flood. Was not as powerful as Bruce

just take a look to see what i mean:
Bruce Almighty[2003]: $68 Million
Evan Almighty[This Weekend]: $32.1 million

So do this mean that Jim Carrey is the most powerful Comic God on Earth.

Finish no.2 was the New Stephen King masterpiece "1408" with John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson, the psychological hotel thriller check in $20.175 million edging out "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" [which fall to third place] by just a tad.

but, the big time dud of the weekend was "A Mighty Heart", the Film which star Angelina Jolie as the wife of kidnapped and slain journalist Daniel Pearl, despite all the good reviews all over.

The Film Manage only $4 millions and a disappointing 10th place, Ouch

And one of the Three big films in May have drop out of the top ten, spider-man 3 which was the first of the big may released and whom set the record for biggest opening weekend ever Drop out the box office Chart but bot only leaving it mark with a total gross of over $332,548,000.

and for those of you still care "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," finish 6th with $7.2 million, [Total US Gross:$287,015,000]and "Shrek the Third," wind up in 8th with $5.8 million.[Total US Gross:$307,908,000]

as for the rest of the top ten
It goes something like this:

1. "Evan Almighty," $32.1 million.
2. "1408," $20.175 million.
3. "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," $20.15 million.
4. "Ocean's Thirteen," $11.3 million.
5. "Knocked Up," $10.6 million.
6. "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," $7.2 million.
7. "Surf's Up," $6.7 million.
8. "Shrek the Third," $5.8 million.
9. "Nancy Drew," $4.5 million.
10. "A Mighty Heart," $4 million.

and one more thing before i go this monday at the Detroit Film Theater at the D.I.A. there is a free film beging at 8 P.M. and it begin persent by Consul General of Canada as part of the 2007 Cinema Canada program, and it a hockey flick that sweep the 2006 Genie Awards [Canada anwser to the Oscar]

"The Rocket"

[2005/Canada) directed by Charles Biname

For francophone Quebecers, Maurice “Rocket” Richard holds a singular place in Canadian history. He overcame the National Hockey League’s disdain for working-class Québécois players to become a hockey phenomenon, and made the Montreal Canadiens virtually unbeatable in the 1950s. Richard came to symbolize something more than just hockey excellence when, after decking a referee, he was banned from playing in the 1955 Stanley Cup playoffs. The verdict was seen by Québécois as a slap in the face from English Canada, and led to a night of rioting that proved a turning point in Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

and dont forget the good thing about it, Addmisstion is Free to this Film so that mean there is no cover, but remember the film start at 8 P.M.

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