Wolverine at the top of Box Office

You know what, I had my feelings about this movie, I really didn’t want to go see it and guess what, out of the 87 million that was made at the box office this weekend, none of it was mine. I don’t know why I didn’t want to go see it. I just didn’t want to waste my time. I hate to say it, but I guess I’ve become like a snob when it comes to movies, if it isn’t a good director, and I’m not saying that the guy who directed X-men Origins: Wolverine is not a good director, but this is only his second movie and in comparison to someone like Bryan Singer, I doubt he could make a good movie out of this. I was also a bit sketchy about how it all came to be put together. I felt like it was rushed into production, like they had a script together right before the strike last year and they pumped this one out. I may be completely wrong. Also, the trailer had some really bad special effects. I hate seeing movies that all they show is the action, honestly it reminds me of the WWE movies that have come out. All they put in the trailer is explosion after explosion. What’s the freaking plot!? Ohh that’s right, there isn’t any plot so you’re covering it up with action…

I’m done with my rant…sorry, I didn’t even see the movie. I’m sure I’d enjoy it, but I don’t want to waste my money on it. I feel really burnt by X-men: The Last Stand and I don’t want to be waste money on another one unless its made by a well known director.

Anyway, I’m going to try and post the Weekend Box Office whenever I can, so, from my Variety.com e-mail, here is the Box Office from this weekend:

weekend box office estimate

May 1 – 3

Title (Distributor) Engagements Estimated
Weekend
Box Office
1. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (20th Century Fox) 4,099 $87,000,000
2. Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (Warner Bros.) 3,175 $15,325,000
3. Obsessed (Universal) 2,514 $12,200,000
4. 17 Again (Warner Bros./New Line) 3,255 $6,355,000
5. Monsters vs. Aliens (Paramount) 2,626 $5,800,000
6. The Soloist (Paramount) 2,033 $5,600,000
7. Earth (Disney) 1,804 $4,184,000
8. Fighting (Universal) 2,312 $4,173,000
9. Hannah Montana: The Movie (Disney) 2,819 $4,075,000
10. State of Play (Universal)) 2,445 $3,655,000
Full list, searchable, sortable, with additional fields, available Friday afternoon at www.variety.com/boxoffice
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Marcos Cosme has had a love for writing and film since he was little. By combing those two passions, he started studying film early on in Middle School and High School writing screenplays and working in his High School television production studio. When it came time for college he decided to pursue a bachelors in Electronic Film making from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Marcos continues to be an avid watcher of movies and scripted television series, although he does, on occasion, watch some reality shows. He has watched hundreds of movies during the course of his life and has worked in various roles on small independent film projects, including writing, producing and directing. In his spare time Marcos loves to write screenplays, read books, contribute articles, blogs and reviews on various topics including (but obviously not limited to) movies, television, books, and wrestling; just to name a few. He is a Rabbit aficionado (he has a dwarf rabbit named Peanut-who is the logo of Cos' Blog) and is a Golden Retriever connoisseur (he has two Goldens named Cassie and Chloe). He also love to spend time with his wife and as of July of 2015 they welcomed their first child, Miles, who can occasionally be seen on the blog.

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