Despicable Me 3 is a tired, stale, scattershot mess of a film that I’d be more forgiving of if, like the other entries in this series, it were actually funny.
A Great Wall separates the new releases from the holdovers, Fist Fight gets its ass kicked, A Cure for Box Office Success, and Other Box Office News.
LEGO Batman builds a better Box Office… with sexy results! Fifty Shades Darker whips the competition into submission… with sexy results! John Wick is thinking he’s back… with sexy results! and Other Box Office News.
Rings only needs 3 days to die, has a large space between it and The Space Between Us, there’s really not a lot else to talk about, and Other Box Office News.
A Dog’s Purpose appeases its masters, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter shambles past an indifferent audience, Gold is more of a polished turd, it’s Oscar Nomination Bump Time, and Other Box Office News.
Sing is a film that deliberately plays to all of Illumination Entertainment’s weaknesses and the results are exactly how that sounds.
Split unites audiences, the Return of Xander Cage is more-or-less embraced, The Resurrection of Gavin Stone converts nobody, The Founder chokes on its own greasy junk, and Other Box Office News.
New Releases wave Bye Bye (Man) to any semblance of money, Patriots Day suffers from a lack of sufficient Real Americans, Live-ing by Night makes one Sleepless, and Other Box Office News.
Hidden Figures solves the equation, A Monster Calls but nobody responds, Underworld is not on a Blood-buzz, let’s check in with the Limited Releases, and Other Box Office News.
And now, the not-so-thrilling conclusion!