For the second weekend in a row, Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson, along with that adorable dog, are bringing in the payola. Have you seen it yet? See the trailer here.
The box office this weekend pretty much shows us that there were no newer movies put out to give “Marley & Me” any competition. With nothing out to rival the top five, it’s no wonder that absolutely nothing changed.
“Bedtime Stories” again took second place with an $8 million drop from last weekend. This is also a movie that I plan on seeing. I love all things Adam Sandler, so this is not a “wait for the DVD” movie.
At third place again, is Brad Pitt’s movie, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button“. I started watching this movie and got half-way through. Admittedly, it’s not because it was bad or anything, it was just late. It’s a long movie, but I did like what parts I saw.
Fourth in the lineup, surprisingly, is Tom Cruise’s Nazi flick, “Valkyrie“. Tom’s dedicated promotion of the movie brought out the fans, to the tune of $14 million and change.
“Yes Man” rounds out the list of the top five for this past weekend. This is another movie that I’m going to see before it leaves the theaters.
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