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Toy Story 4 was expected to take the no.1 spot, so no surprise there. Though I'm very surprised to see Child's Play at the no. 2 spot since I thought it'd be way lower.
 
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Movies Coming Soon June 28th, 2019


06/28/19
Annabelle Comes Home
Plot: Ed and Lorraine Warren believe they have contained the evil inside the accursed doll, Annabelle, placing it in their specialized protective room. But despite all their precautions, the evil in Annabelle persists and the target is the Warren's ten-year-old daughter and her friends.


06/28/19
Yesterday
Plot: A struggling musicians wakes up in a world where seemingly everyone has forgotten the music of The Beatles - everyone but him. He uses this knowledge to reintroduce the world to this music and turn his own fortune around.
 
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Just got done watching Toy Story 4.

Don't know how they managed to make a series as consistent across all 4 films as this one, but they did. Wasn't the best of the lot, I'd say, but still really good.
Maybe a bit too much Woody focus is about the only criticism I can think of. That ending though...I wasn't crying, you were.
 
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Weekend Box Office (June 28 - 30, 2019)

1 Toy Story 4 $57,932,000.00
2 Annabelle Comes Home $20,370,000.00
3 Yesterday $17,000,000.00
4 Aladdin $9,344,000.00
5 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $7,090,000.00
6 MIB International $6,550,000.00
7 Avengers: Endgame $5,537,000.00
8 Child's Play $4,277,000.00
9 Rocketman $3,870,000.00
10 John Wick: Chapter 3 $3,175,000.00
 
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Kind of surprised that Annabelle and Yesterday are high up tbh. Still glad to see Toy Story 4 on the no.1 spot, gonna see it next weekend.
 
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Movies Coming Soon July 4th, 2019


07/03/19
Midsommar
Plot: Following the death of her parents, a young woman reluctantly joins her boyfriend to visit an isolated Swedish village, which is holding a festival that only comes around once every 90 years. But the idyllic setting soon turns towards the sinister.


07/03/19
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Plot: While on vacation in Europe with his friend, friendly-neighborhood Spider-Man Peter Parker is ready to unwind and leave the hero behind - but when he's approached by Nick Fury, he gets serious, trying to stop a series of elemental attack and coming face-to-face with a new, dangerous foe, Mysterio.
 
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Movies I've seen in theaters this year:

A: I enjoyed it
B: I thought it was okay
C: I didn’t enjoy it

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (A)
Happy Death Day 2U (A)
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (A)
Captain Marvel (A)
Dumbo (B)
Shazam! (A)
Missing Link (A)
Avengers: Endgame (A)
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (A)
Aladdin (A)
Toy Story 4 (A)
Spider-Man: Far From Home (A)
 
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Weekend Box Office (July 5 - 7, 2019)

1 Spider-Man: Far From Home $93,600,000.00
2 Toy Story 4 $34,300,000.00
3 Yesterday $10,750,000.00
4 Annabelle Comes Home $9,750,000.00
5 Aladdin $7,600,000.00
6 Midsommar $6,562,000.00
7 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $4,760,000.00
8 MIB International $3,635,000.00
9 Avengers: Endgame $3,100,000.00
10 Rocketman $2,775,000.00
 
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While I'm not surprised Spider-Man beat out Toy Story 4 for the no.1 spot, I still wished it was at the top. Ah well, no.2 spot isn't bad. Speaking of Toy Story 4, I forgot to mention that I finally saw it, and it was great.

Also I'm actually surprised that Midsommar is at the no.6 spot. It looked like a movie that wouldn't break the top 10 at the box office tbh. I guess movies about cults still fascinate people?
 
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Movies Coming Soon July 12th, 2019


07/12/19
Crawl
Plot: As a Category 5 hurricane bears down, a young woman attempts to rescue her father only to find herself facing a new threat in the form of alligators.


07/12/19
Stuber
Plot: Stu is just an ordinary Uber driver who is about to experience an extraordinary night when he picks up a grizzled detective and finds himself part of a plan to take down a sadistic terrorist.
 
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Hard pass on both. They don't interest me one bit, Stuber looks highly unfunny and I know any jokes are gonna fall flat to me, personally. Crawl looks like it's trying to imitate the Jaws franchise but with alligators, hopefully no sequel comes out of this.
 
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Weekend Box Office (July 12 - 14, 2019)

1 Spider-Man: Far From Home $45,300,000.00
2 Toy Story 4 $20,665,000.00
3 Crawl $12,000,000.00
4 Stuber $8,043,000.00
5 Yesterday $6,750,000.00
6 Aladdin $5,873,000.00
7 Annabelle Comes Home $5,550,000.00
8 Midsommar $3,552,000.00
9 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $3,100,000.00
10 MIB International $2,215,000.00
 
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Movies Coming Soon July 19th, 2019


07/19/19
The Lion King
Plot: Combining live action and CGI, the re-imagining of the 1994 animated Disney classic follows the story of Simba, son of King Mufasa who goes from carefree cub to exiled ruler after his duplicitous uncle Scar kills his father and uses guilt to drive him out of his rightful kingdom, the Pridelands. Through leading an enjoyable life with the warthog Pumba and meerkat Timon, a chance encounter with childhood friend Nala makes him realize what dire straights his kingdom is in - and he returns to take his rightful place on the throne and return the Pridelands to its former glory.
 
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Weekend Box Office (July 19 - 21, 2019)

1 The Lion King $185,000,000.00
2 Spider-Man: Far From Home $21,000,000.00
3 Toy Story 4 $14,600,000.00
4 Crawl $6,000,000.00
5 Yesterday $5,100,000.00
6 Stuber $4,000,000.00
7 Aladdin $3,800,000.00
8 Annabelle Comes Home $2,660,000.00
9 Midsommar $1,599,000.00
10 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $1,530,000.00
 
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Passing on the CG remake of Lion King. I really loved the original 1994 movie, and I know I won't enjoy this one much if at all. Also I don't like the new voice cast for it, aside from James Earl Jones of course since he's the only original returning cast member (understandable of course, he has a very distinctive voice and was great as Mufasa in the original), and Beyoncé as Nala really doesn't do it for me. It's also a crime not bringing back Jeremy Irons as Scar, imo. Would've been nice to see the rest of the old cast brought back, aside from young Nala and Simba and of course Sarabi which all three are understandable (two are adults now and Madge Sinclair has sadly long been passed) to recast.
 
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Movies Coming Soon July 26th, 2019


07/26/19
Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood
Plot: A fading, serious TV star Rick Dalton along with his stunt double Cliff Booth, who look to break into the film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood. But the summer of '69 also faces the counter-culture revolution along with the rise of the Manson Family.
 
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Weekend Box Office (July 26 - 28, 2019)

1 The Lion King $75,524,000.00
2 Once Upon A Time in Hollywood $40,350,000.00
3 Spider-Man: Far From Home $12,200,000.00
4 Toy Story 4 $9,872,000.00
5 Crawl $4,000,000.00
6 Yesterday $3,000,000.00
7 Aladdin $2,788,000.00
8 Stuber $1,679,000.00
9 Annabelle Comes Home $1,560,000.00
10 The Farewell $1,554,000.00
 
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