‘Potter’ Still Top Turkey

The numbers are in and it looks like everyone’s favority boy wizard is still tops at the box office.

  1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  2. Walk the Line
  3. Yours, Mine, and Ours *
  4. Chicken Little
  5. Rent *
  6. Just Friends *
  7. Pride and Prejudice
  8. Derailed
  9. In the Mix *
  10. The Ice Harvest *

* = New this week. More data.

14 replies on “‘Potter’ Still Top Turkey”

  1. Damien says:

    HP4 == more gooder
    HP4 is pretty darn superb, glad to see it doing well.

    Damien

    • y42 says:

      Re: HP4 == more gooder

      HP4 is pretty darn superb, glad to see it doing well.

      Damien

      Saw it in Imax yesterday. Hmmm… bigerer dragonses!

      • Timeshredder says:

        Re: HP4 == more gooder

        And if you’re interested in non-genre, Walk the Line is a remarkable film with a stunning central performance.

        • y42 says:

          Re: HP4 == more gooder

          And if you’re interested in non-genre, Walk the Line is a remarkable film with a stunning central performance.

          Is there a reason to see it on a big screen? I could add it to my rental queue, but my big screen budget is filled with wizards, witches, wardrobes, and large primates.

          • Dave says:

            Re: HP4 == more gooder

            Is there a reason to see it on a big screen?

            Hey, who wouldn’t want a twenty-foot-tall Reese Witherspoon?

            • Timeshredder says:

              Attack of the Twenty Foot Witherspoon

              Is there a reason to see it on a big screen?

              This really worked for me on a big screen, but I suppose it would probably be okay at home. Still, the film features a number of larger-than-life characters….

              • y42 says:

                Re: Attack of the Twenty Foot Witherspoon

                Is there a reason to see it on a big screen?

                This really worked for me on a big screen, but I suppose it would probably be okay at home. Still, the film features a number of larger-than-life characters….

                Worst. Pun. Ever! Bad Shredder! No time for you!

                • Timeshredder says:

                  Re: Attack of the Twenty Foot Witherspoon
                  A bad pun, to be sure, but– no, seriously– the big screen suits people whom we’ve mythologized, and that includes Cash, Elvis, Jerry Lee, and others portrayed in this film.

      • Damien says:

        Re: HP4 == more gooder

        Saw it in Imax yesterday. Hmmm… bigerer dragonses!

        I never thought of that… a good excuse to go see it again :-)

        Damien

        • Boglin says:

          Re: HP4 == more gooder

          Saw it in Imax yesterday. Hmmm… bigerer dragonses!

          I never thought of that… a good excuse to go see it again :-)

          Damien

          I hate you all. My local IMAX is just showing The Polar Express.

          • y42 says:

            Re: HP4 == more gooder

            I hate you all. My local IMAX is just showing The Polar Express.

            That’s a year old! And I’m not sure it’s an actual Imax movie, sometimes they just use regular reels on an Imax screen ya know…

            • Nexus says:

              Re: HP4 == more gooder

              I hate you all. My local IMAX is just showing The Polar Express.

              That’s a year old! And I’m not sure it’s an actual Imax movie, sometimes they just use regular reels on an Imax screen ya know…

              I think the Polar Express they’re showing now is in 3D. The technology might be worth it.

              • y42 says:

                Re: HP4 == more gooder

                I think the Polar Express they’re showing now is in 3D. The technology might be worth it.

                Hmmm, if they start rendering 3D animation movies in Imax 3D, I think I’ll have a nerdgasm : )
                Well, good movies, not the polar express, or ice age… Ok, Pixar movies. If Pixar starts doing it, I’ll cry tears of geeky joy.

            • Nexus says:

              Re: HP4 == more gooder

              I hate you all. My local IMAX is just showing The Polar Express.

              That’s a year old! And I’m not sure it’s an actual Imax movie, sometimes they just use regular reels on an Imax screen ya know…

              I think the Polar Express they’re showing now is in 3D. The technology might be worth it.

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