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New Year's Eve Wins the Box Office

Box Office: New Year's Eve Has a Faint Sparkle

It was an incredibly lackluster showing at the movies this weekend, with New Year's Eve taking the crown, but only pulling a meager $13.7 million in the weakest box office weekend since 2008. It did manage to beat Jonah Hill's new comedy, The Sitter, which followed in second with $10 million. Breaking Dawn Part 1 was finally knocked out of the top spot, and settled for third with $7.9 million. The Muppets took fourth place with $7.1 million, and Arthur Christmas rounded out the top five with $6.6 million.

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Asfandancer Asfandancer 5 years
Not surprised that this weekends box office was so spare when what we the public are offered such stupid, insipid, fare. The industry would have to pay me to bother to go see any of the movies mentioned. I rarely spend my hard earned money on the trash Hollywood puts out. The last movie I went to the theater to see was "Melancholia" a fantastic movie that had no connection to the Hollywood movie makers. I doubt I will bother with "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" since I saw the Swedish version, read the books by a Swedish author, and simply loved both movie and books. I'm sure the Hollywood version will manage to screw it up.
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