Posts by Anthony Fertino

Box Office: Casa De Tatum

Ferrell's R-rated latest loses Box Office to piece of cardboard. I mean Channing Tatum.

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Box Office: Lorax Attracts, Project X Slacks

Dr. Seuss owns the box office this Leap Year weekend, even over wild teens. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Box Office: Act of Victory

Soldiers claim the Oscar weekend while Perry's latest steals a lot more cash than we'd like.

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Box Office: This Means Failure

Everything new loses while Denzel manages a major upset to number one. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Box Office Romances The Vow

Valentine's Day romance fuels McAdams' latest into number one for couples across the nation. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Top Ten Memory Loss Movies

In anticipation of The Vow coming out, Anthony Fertino runs down the ten most unforgettable movies dealing with memory loss.

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A Box Office Chronicle

Superheroes claim the box office, even against a ghost story. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Best of the Box Office: 2011

Anthony Fertino ranks all the films which earned consecutive Box Office gold weekends, even in a year of economic crisis, staying number one at least two weeks in a row in 2011.

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Box Office: Grey Takes The Gold

Katherine Heigl and Sam Worthington both lose the box office to Neeson because of their sub-standard scripts.

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Box Office: Red Tails Can’t Take Off

Lucas' latest is a bust, while Beckinsale's re-entry into leather takes the Box Office.

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Wahlberg Steals Box Office

Mark Wahlberg plays a criminal again. How did it take the box office??

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The Devil In the Box Office

Ethan Hunt loses his footing at number one to the Devil. Anthony Fertino with the analysis.

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Box Office: A Game of Sequels

The week before Christmas is claimed by literature's most famous detective.

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Box Office: It’s New Year’s Eve

'New Year's Eve' ends the 'Twilight' series' run at number one, as does 'The Sitter', but both dissapoint regardless.

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Box Office: Twilight in December

'Twilight' manages a Third weekend on top with no new competition until next week.

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