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Weekend B.O. (Feb. 17-20 – Safe House Stays Strong)

Weekend B.O. (Feb. 17-20 - Safe House Stays Strong)

Safe House held off all comers to get the No. 1 slot this weekend moving up from the second place last weekend. Admittedly that was a surprise to me considering the ending of the film, which did not go well with the audience I saw it with (I didn’t like it either) and I thought it would hurt the long lasting b.o. potential of the film.

But then again what do I know?

Here’s this week’s list…

1)  Safe House Uni. $24,000,000  Total: $78,300,000
2)  The Vow SGem $23,600,000 Total:$85,527,000 
3) Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Sony $22,000,000
4) Journey 2: The Mysterious Island WB $20,085,000 Total:$53,201,000
5) This Means War Fox $19,160,000
6)  Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (3D) Fox Total:$33,738,000
7) Chronicle (2012) Fox $7,500,000 Total:$50,979,000
8) The Woman in Black CBS $6,645,000 Total:$45,250,000
9) The Secret World of Arrietty BV $6,400,000
10) The Grey ORF $3,032,000 Total:$47,925,000
11) The Descendants FoxS $2,925,000 Total:$75,008,000
12) The Artist Wein. $2,325,000 Total:$27,424,000

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Mark & Darla

White folks sure do love them self some Denzel.


I guess the brutal violence outweighed the sheer idiocy of Ryan Reynolds' character.


Great for Denzel. Also happy Ghost Rider was a flop. What the hell was Elba thinking. Good Deeds should top the boxoffice next weekend with 18 million making it the first of many tyler perrys hits this year. great boxoffice so far this year.

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