Mamo #200: Lord Knows, I’ve Been Wrong Before

The 200th episode of Mamo! We kick off the summer box office season with our look at what will – and won’t – make money in the summer of 2011, including some picks for #1 from some very special guest stars. Plus: Thor! Cap! Green Lantern! Jack Sparrow! Harry Potter! Optimus Prime! The Smurfs! It’s the biggest Mamo ever!

To download this episode, use this URL: http://rowthree.com/audio/mamo/mamo200.mp3

BOX OFFICE CONTEST: ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED

Make your predictions of the top ten domestic grosses for the summer of 2011 in the comment section for your chance to win a DVD of your choice (max value $30). You have until Midnight, Thursday May 5th to submit your choices, and please make sure to include your email address. Affiliates of Row Three are disqualified from the contest, but may still play along for bragging rights. The Summer ends, according to our tabulations, six weeks after the last film picked by someone, but roughly sometime in September, at which time a winner will be announced.

A list of films coming out this summer can be found here. “Summer” starts with the release of Thor and ends with the release of Final Destination 5. (UPDATE: As the release date of Final Destination 5 has been moved, the release window now closes with Our Idiot Brother.)

The nitty gritty of the tabulation is as follows:

A. 1-10 Points for film rankings. If you are bang on (your #1 pick comes in #1) you get 10. If you are 5 places away (your #8 film comes in #3) you get 5, etc.

B. 10 bonus points for every film who’s gross you have within 5 million of the actual gross.

C. 5 bonus points for every film who’s gross you have within 10 million of the actual gross.

D. 1 bonus point for every film who’s gross you have within 20 million of the actual gross.

E. 10 point bonus for every film you have ranked correctly AND within 5 million of the actual gross.

Good Luck!

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Matthew Price
Guest

Here’s my top ten(grosses in millions)

Transformers: Dark of the Moon $425
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part II $375
Cowboys & Aliens $340
Kung Fu Panda 2 $310
Pirates 4 $275
Thor $260
Super 8 $250
Cars 2 $225
Captain America $200
Rise of the planet of the Apes $175

Yeah, I know.

Matthew Fabb
Guest

Great episode guys! The beginning is awesome, although it did freak me out at first, thinking I was having some sort of audio problem.

As someone who’s won this contest twice, I’ll give the following 2 tips (although I still think it’s luck more than anything). Use BoxOfficeMojo.com to look up the previous films for sequels, look up similar movies, look up how actors have done in certain movies, etc. Also try to look beyond what you & your group of friends think they want to see. Because if my group of friends represented the general public, Scott Pilgrim would have made over $300 million last summer. People often get caught up with what is being discussed among their friends or even on Twitter (once again Scott Pilgrim was HUGE on Twitter) or on any niche website.
I still don’t think I really know what I’m doing, but I’m pretty confident that that those 2 tips are good advice. πŸ™‚

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

Awesome episode, epic opening, & great analysis which is to be expected from MAMO.

Just a couple other points

– Matt Fabb being the only listener who picked Dark of the Moon really made me regret not leaving a message. I thought for sure more people would pick it. It’s the obvious choice and now Matt Fab seems all bad-ass & shit. I hate that. Matt Fabb, I don’t know you and I’m sure you’re a good guy but if you win 3 times in row, that would bug me soooo much. You got a bullseye on you’re back this time around.

– Kudos on using Azkaban’s end credits music. I LOVE that score and think it’s one of the most under-rated of John Williams body of work.

– Kudos on using that specific musical piece from Transformers. I would’ve used the more popular (and cooler) Scorponok theme ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5XPRF6n72s&playnext=1&list=PL526373251977778B ) but the one you chose works way better as it matched the triumphant nature of the episode. Good choice.

– Matt Price’s reason for Cars 2 not doing as well as we all think was pretty fucking sound. Almost changed my mind. Almost…

– Bravo to Matt Price for having some oddball, longshot picks in his top 10. Rise of the Planet of the Apes? Cowboys & Aliens at #3? BALLSY!

– Speaking of Cowboy & Aliens, check out this trailer for Oblivion(1994) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5buqVnYiswA

– My top 10 is gonna be more similar (well, at least the top 5) to Matt Brown’s. Solid, pragmatic picks right there.

– My one tiny, tiny nitpick is not using “Molossus” as your closer. If you have to go out on one Batman Begins theme to harken back to episode 1, you go with Molossus. Again, it would’ve fit the whole epic nature of this episode. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84QcMjcH2cs#t=39s

CS
Guest

Congrats on hitting 200 episodes guys!

Here is my guess for the top ten:
1. Potter 7.2 – $340M
2. Cars 2 – $310M
3. Transformers 3 – $300M
4. Pirates 4 – $289M
5. Panda 2 – $255M
6. Captain America – $240M
7. Super 8 – $200M
8. Green Lantern – $179M
9. Hangover 2 – $160M
10. Thor – $150M

toro913
Guest

Transformers: Dark of the Moon 375,000,000
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part Two in 3D) 350,000,000
The Hangover Part II 250,000,000
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (3D) 220,000,000
Cars 2 200,000,000
X-Men: First Class 180,000,000
Kung Fu Panda 2 170,000,000
Green Lantern (in 3D) 160,000,000
Captain America: The First Avenger 150,000,000
Cowboys & Aliens 130,000,000

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

Nice!

Though, I still disagree with you. Molossus would’ve played better. ; P

I would even argue Molossus is Batman’s theme. In the movie, during the “I’m Batman” scene, they riff on it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4qgTk8Vfyc . And they use it during the Batmobile chase because that’s the moment when Bruce is finally full-on Batman. He did the training, got the costume, played with the gadgets, all that was left, at that point, was the Batmobile.

But admittedly I’m not as versed with the Batman Begins score as you are, so I could be wrong.

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

Oh, that makes so much sense because the part that I like in Molossus [0:40-1:00] is riffing on that moment in Corynorhinus and not the other way around, which I always thought. No wonder I was confused. Thanks for the clear up!

Neil Edgington
Guest

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 = $410m
2. Transformers: Darkside of the Moon – $395M
3. Pirates of the Carribbean: On Stranger Tides – $375M
4. X-Men: First Class – $345M
5. Cars 2 – $310M
6. Kung-Fu Panda 2 – $300M
7. Thor – $285M
8. Captain America – $275M
9. Green Lantern – $215M
10. Hangover Part 2 – $195M

Chris
Guest

Price, Cowboys & Aliens at three? If Wild Wild West and Jonah Hex taught us anything its that society does not like their westerns mix with other genres.

Kurt
Guest

Super Congrats on #200 guys. One of the longest Podcast on the web in terms of time-doing it.

Matthew Price
Guest

@Chris. I would say for sure they don’t like it when the western part super sucks like in those two examples. I think society’ll be just fine if the movie comes together like it looks like it will. That is some high stakes emotional ground they seem to be covering, and True Grit proves that people won’t just pass a western over automatically anymore. I’m sticking to my guns, as it were. Looking forward to your picks.

leeny
Guest

I should have added to my bit, I think Harry Potter will be huge… but when you have “Part Two” built right into the title, as certain percentage of drop in movie goers will read the title and pass as they might have not seen the “Part One” movie. I know my mom & aunt who go to the movies every Tuesday aren’t going as they missed the first film and don’t want to be confused.

Gord
Guest

1. Transformers 3 – $420M
2. Harry Potter 7.2 – $330M
3. Pirates 4 – $275M
4. Cars 2 – $270M
5. Panda 2 – $225M
6. Thor – $225M
7. Captain America – $210M
8. Hangover 2 – $190M
9. Super 8 – $180M
10. Green Lantern – $170M

Mike Rot
Member

I want to thank Matthew Brown and Matthew Price for inventing podcasts, and on top of that, if that weren’t enough, sticking with one particular podcast where food and movies converge that has been entertaining from day 1.

I discovered you guys early on, hearing Matt B on Blog-TO and then I came aboard the year you guys faked being angry at one another over Happy Feet (not convincing in the least) and really, I am a huge fan. Happy 200th episode!

As for picks, I did so embarrassingly bad last year after an inflated ego the year before coming up near the top that I need to sit down and really think this shit out. I may wait right up to the last day, and pull a The Price is Right, and add a dollar onto everything Matt Fabb picks. Will see.

Generally though, I think Cowboys vs Aliens will be the surprise tank, and Super 8 will make the ten.

Goon
Guest

1. Harry Potter 2 $360M
2. Transformers 3 $310M
3. Kung Fu Panda 2 $305M
4. Captain America $280M
5. Pirates 4 $250 M
6. Green Lantern #245M
7. Thor #230M
8. Cars 2 $220M
9. Super 8 $180M
10. Cowboys & Aliens $175M

Goon
Guest

of course above I meant Harry Potter 7.2 πŸ˜›

Matthew Price
Guest

You think we coulda done better than happy feet?!? Well, that is IT!!! It’s over, you BASTARD!

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

I don’t know, that Happy Feet “fight” was pretty convincing. I mean, I’ve seen friends get into heated arguments over the most pointless things in film, so it’s not out of the realm of possibility.

Question – Is there any chance Fast Five’s 2nd weekend steals some of the thunder from Thor’s opening?

I know Fast & Furious opened to 70m and then only made like 20m on its 2nd weekend. But Fast Five has a date closer to the summer season and if it’s actually good, I can see it having some staying power.

It’s highly unlikely but maybe…

Matthew Price
Guest

Maybe aint the half of it. If Fast Five takes down over $150 mil in may, which is entirely possible, than next year we might have to start the contest a week earlier depending on what gets released at the end of April. Summer used to start May 23, not May 1.

rot
Guest

1. Transformers 3 $390 mil
2. Super 8 $310 mil
3. Harry Potter 7.2 $308 mil
4. Cars 2 $300 mil
5. Panda 2 $250 mil
6. Thor $220 mil
7. Pirates 4 $200 mil
8. Captain America $186 mil
9. Smurfs $180 mil
10. Cowboys vs Aliens $175 mil

SO my big bets are Super 8 is the Inception of this year, The Smurfs outperforms Cowboys vs Aliens, and Thor is the big comic book movie of the summer.

Matthew Price
Guest

That is major balls, my friend. Respect.

rot
Guest

I am all in… my considerable reputation is on the line. If I am wrong it will be excused by fatigue (my kid has had his first cold and sleep is now a rumor). If I am right, it is that I can see dimensions you haven’t even considered.

GE Hale
Guest

Ok… My picks for this year are:

1. Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon $375
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly… $340
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: On… $240
4. Cars 2 $230
5. The Hangover Part II $220
6. Kung Fu Panda 2 $215
7. X-Men: First Class $210
8. Cowboys and Aliens $180
9. Captain America: The First Avenger $175
10. Thor $170

I will revamp and release a link to the auto-tabulator once all picks are in and the contest is closed.

matthew price
Guest

a huge thank you to GE for stepping up with the automatic tabulator once again this year. It really makes the whole thing a ton more fun and I’d encourage everyone to bookmark it once it’s online.

Kurt
Guest

Harry Potter 7b $360
Cars 2 $320
Transformers 3 $315
Kung Fu Panda 2 $290
Winnie The Pooh $285
Pirates 4 $275
Super 8 $225
The Hangover II $215
Captain America $200
X-Men Prequel $175

–below the line–

Cowboys & Aliens $145
Thor $140
Fast 5 $125
Rise of the Apes $125
Smurfs $120
Green Lantern $100
Conan $85
Final Destination 5 $80
Spy Kids 4: $60

Gord
Guest

Kurt, I think your below the line estimate seem more realistic then most of us. I’m giving Green Lantern the benefit of a doubt because its a CBM, but it will probably tank hard.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Well, if Green Lantern makes more than my total $100M on the opening weekend (stranger things have happened) ….well…I’ll treat you to dinner at Caplansky’s.

Matt Gamble
Guest

Super 8 being a top 5 pick is a surprisingly safe bet.

Green Lantern’s hopes rest on its second trailer. If it sticks with the goofy vibe of the first its screwed, if it keeps up the sci-fi epic take from the leaked footage then it stands a chance of doing well.

antho42
Guest

Am I the only person that interested in Captain America’s foreign box office? I think that it is going to bomb.

My Predictions:
1. Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon $400
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: On… 350
3. Harry Potter and the Deathly… $310
4 Kunf Fu Panda 2 290
5. Cars 2 270
6. Winnie the Poh 225
7.The Hangover 220
8. X men Prequel 180
9. Super 8 170
10. Fast and Furious 150

David Brook
Admin

Whinnie the Poo and Fast and Furious 5 are already out so don’t count I think Antho?

David Brook
Admin

And yeah I think the fact that it’s called ‘Captain America’ will put off a lot of international film-goers – there’s not a lot of love for American patriotism elsewhere in the world, even if they’re aware of the comics. Unless people think it’s a sequel to Team America πŸ™‚

It’ll still do pretty well though with all the publicity it’s getting and the trailer does make it look fairly decent.

GE Hale
Guest

Indeed, Furiously Fast 5 opens before the contest closes (this weekend I believe) which makes it an ineligible selection Antho. Winnie the Pooh opens in July so it is on the table.

Matthew Price
Guest

I think the problem is you’re saying they “called it” captain america, like there was some other choice. That’s the character’s name; they didn’t invent him for the movie. What should they have called it? Besides, in Asia it’ll be translated as “Mighty Shield Skinny Man” and do bang up business.

David Brook
Admin

GE Hale: Winnie the Pooh in July? Why did us Brits get a Disney release so early? It’s been out a couple of weeks already. I guess the books are British, but it’s still surprising.

Matthew: I didn’t mean it like that, I rushed my comment this morning so it probably came out wrong. I’m not saying they should rename the movie, that would be crazy. I just mean that the fact that the character/film/whatever has that name is going to reduce it’s chances of being a massive hit overseas. There’s nothing they can or should do about it, it’s just a thought. I’m sure it’ll still make a fair amount of money around the world though. It’ll just be a harder sell.

antho42
Guest

My Predictions:
1. Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon $400
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: On… 350
3. Harry Potter and the Deathly… $310
4 Kunf Fu Panda 2 290
5. Cars 2 270
6. Winnie the Poh 225
7.The Hangover 220
8. X men Prequel 200
9. Captain America 190
10. Super 8 160

rot
Guest
Mike Rot
Member

I enjoyed the trailer for Transformers 3 that started off as some kind of moon landing conspiracy movie… that they even got me a bit interested, someone who really loathes the franchise, that tells me maybe they can make an even bigger go of the box office this time around.

Matthew Price
Guest

On a certain level I think that Bay, while a moron in the field of human emotion, is still providing something that cinema has been giving to audiences since the great train robbery fired its gun directly at the audience. There’s a tradition of pure kinetic thrill that I don’t think anyone does as well as him, no matter how dumb the surrounding movie might be.

David Brook
Admin

My predictions:

1. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – $400
2. Transformers: Dark of the Moon – $330
3. Super 8 – $310
4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – $300
5. Cars 2 – $250
6. Captain America: The First Avenger – $240
7. Kung Fu Panda 2 – $220
8. The Hangover Part II – $210
9. X-Men: First Class – $200
10. Rise of the Planet of the Apes – $190

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Personally, I get more kinetic thrill out of cause and effect, than ‘splosions and volume. Even the Great Train Robbery requires that you recognize a gun being pointed at you and someone about to pull the trigger.

Michael Bay is all camera filters and spinning movement and stuff dropping from the sky.

Personal preference this year is for the musical/long-take style of HANNA.

CGI and compositing eye-candy have no place for me unless that film is called SPEED RACER. πŸ˜‰

rot
Guest

I just rewatched The Rock, and while I think that is probably Michael Bay’s best film, it is still pretty terrible. The action sequences are not fun, anymore than car commercials are exciting, it is all posturing of the cool without being cool.

rot
Guest

also there is ZERO growth of Bay as a director. His movies are all the same.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Same experience here, we watched THE ROCK a couple years ago, and while it may be one of the better Bays (My preference, oddly enough is THE ISLAND), it’s not that great.

Matt Gamble
Guest

The Rock is a terrible, horrible, no good very bad movie.

antho42
Guest

The Rock is a horrible film. There’s nothing redeeming about this film.

Sameer Vasta
Guest

Et voila. I am ready to fail miserably, again.

Potter 7.2 ($390M)
Transformers 3 ($380M)
Pirates 4 ($340M)
Panda 2 ($260M)
Thor ($230M)
Cars 2 ($210M)
Cowboys & Aliens ($200M)
Hangover 2 ($180M)
Super 8 ($175M)
Captain America ($170M)

Sameer Vasta
Guest

Hot damn. I need to revise my picks after watching that trailer. Whoa.

Kurt
Guest

Really folks? That trailer is distinctly underwhelming. More platitudes from Optimus, more dirty-sweaty LeBeouf showing “Optimus!” while carnage falls around him,” more military antics. As usual, nothing really makes sense, including the Moon stuff. At least they dropped the ‘hero quest/adventure’ shtick of the 2nd one, but destroying a major city on camera in a Blockbuster these days is pretty boring.

David Brook
Admin

It’d better have some sort of 2D version. I think Bay’s frantic action in 3D will make my brain explode.

I’m with Andrew in thinking that it’s very easy to make an awesome trailer from a Transformers movie, but the film will probably still be shit.

Matthew Fabb
Guest

Mike Rot: “I may wait right up to the last day, and pull a The Price is Right, and add a dollar onto everything Matt Fabb picks. Will see.”
LOL! In the past I’ve put my estimates literally with minutes to go. Next week is so busy, I think it might come down to that again. So prepare to move fast just before midnight if it comes down to that. πŸ™‚
Also it assumes, that I will over estimate everything, if I underestimate enough movies, then I beat ya! πŸ˜€

Michael Bay still looks like he can’t direct an action scene to save his life. Everything is blurring and moving so fast that you can’t make out anything. The first trailer actually got even me interested, then I saw the SuperBowl bit and was reminded how it was going to be worst than Trump’s comb over! However, as I said in my clip for this episode, I completely understand that I’m one of the few people who think that and this movie is going to make huge, giant gobs of money.

Mike T
Guest

Fast Five will definitely make more than Green Lantern. Take it to the bank.

Britney
Guest
Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Kurt’s guess – Fast 5 $125 (TOTAL for entire run)

Thus far Fast 5 $83 (1st weekend only!)

Looks like we are going to need a bigger boat.

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

@ Kurt & Matt Brown – How are you guys surprised by Fast 5’s success? The 4th one made 72m on its opening weekend.

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

The opening weekend was a given. Fast 5’s 2nd weekend was always the more interesting point of discussion.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Because in the fickleness of multiplex audiences I (we?) are box office challenged!

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

That’s fair. But the only way I could see a series like F&F falter is if the lead star/stars aren’t in them. Example – The upcoming X-Men: First Class is going to seriously underperform without Hugh Jackman.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

The real question is exactly how much F5 will burn out (60% drop next week?) Will it make it to $200M? Doubtful.

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

Exactly. And it’s the 1st summer fight.

F5’s word of mouth seems to be good (for an action film) but like Brittany stated above, Thor has already made 93m overseas. How does this… wait for it….. AUGUR on next week’s box office numbers. Should be interesting.

Andrew James
Admin

Yeah if it wasn’t for THOR next week, F5 would do really well next week with word of mouth and positive reviews.
The movie is pretty damn good.

Britney
Guest

I’m glad you liked it Andrew. And not jumping all over it like Gamble.

Matt Gamble
Guest

No, Thor is a pretty good movie. Fast Five is a terrible film.

Arthur Gomez
Guest

Gamble

Are reviewing Thor on this weeks cinecast?

Kurt
Guest

Yes. But it is very brief.

Darcy S McCallum
Guest

1. Cars 2 – $417m
2. Harry Potter 8 – $390m
3. Transformers 3 – $378m
4. Pirates of the Caribbean – $314m
5. Kung Fu Panda 2 – $287m
6. The Hangover 2 – $241m
7. Captain America – $226m
8. Thor – $196m
9. Cowboys & Aliens – $179m
10. Mr. Popper’s Penguins – $168m

Ky in Boston
Guest

1. Transformers $ 435
2. Harry Potter $360
3. Kung Fu Panda 2 $300
4.Super 8 $260
5. Cars 2 $250
6. Hangover 2 $245
7.Pirates of the Caribbean $235
8. Captain America $ 210
9. Thor $205
10. Green Lantern $180

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

I know you guys were joking and nobody’s gonna do it but (just in case) the Price is Right strategy doesn’t work here. The contest scores you on how close you are to the actual number not on if you’re closer to the number than your opponents.

Brad Brisco
Guest

Here is my 100% uninformed, done in under a minute box office guesses:

Harry Potter 8 $300m
Transformers 3 $280m
Pirates of the Caribbean 4 $275m
Thor $260m
Cars 2 $255m
Captain America $240m
X-Men: First Class $220m
Kung Fu Panda 2 $200m
Cowboys & Aliens $180m
Green Lantern $170m

Mike Rot
Member

Would be great if the 100% uninformed done in under a minute picks wins this thing.

Mike Rot
Member

I am betting on that this is the year of superhero fatigue. Betting and hoping.

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

10. Super 8 – $132m
9. Green Lantern – $133m
8. X-Men: First Class – $160m
7. Thor – $190m
6. The Hangover 2 – $225m
5. Cars 2 – $259m
4. Kung Fu Panda 2 – $260m
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – $273m
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II – $343m
1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon – $383m

Tum Tum Tyranus
Guest

That was f*cking hard! Best of luck to everyone. Matt Fabb, looking forward to your picks.

Aaron
Guest

Harry Potter 7.2 – 350
Transformers 3 – 330
Cars 2 – 285
Pirates 4 – 265
Kung Fu Panda 2 – 235
Hangover 2 – 225
Captain America – 200
Thor – 190
Super 8 – 185
X-Men: First Class – 175

MrRTJL
Guest

Hope I am not late:

1. Harry Potter 7.2 $400
2. Transformers 3 $380
3. Cars 2 $360
4. Pirates 4 $345
5. Kung Fu Panda 2 $330
6. Captain America $320
7. Super 8 $310
8. Cowboys and Aliens $300
9. X-Men First Class $290
10. Thor $280

Thanks guys πŸ™‚

p.s. im so sorry Green Lantern

Fingerless Hobie
Guest

1. Transformers 3 — $375M
2. Harry Potter 8 — $320M
3. Cars 2 — $300M
4. Pirates 4 — $275M
5. Kung Fu Panda 2 — $265M
6. Super 8 — $260M
7. Cowboys and Aliens — $230M
8. Thor — $210M
9. Hangover — $180M
10. Fast 5 — $170M

Fingerless Hobie
Guest

UPDATE
All apologies. I didn’t realize Fast 5 was out of consideration. Against my better judgement I will simply exchange Fast 5 with Captain America.

1. Transformers 3 β€” $375M
2. Harry Potter 8 β€” $320M
3. Cars 2 β€” $300M
4. Pirates 4 β€” $275M
5. Kung Fu Panda 2 β€” $265M
6. Super 8 β€” $260M
7. Cowboys and Aliens β€” $230M
8. Thor β€” $210M
9. Hangover β€” $180M
10. Captain America β€” $170M

James
Guest

Purely for bragging rights…
Oh right, my picks! Spoiler warning:

1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon – $431M
2. Harry Potter 7.5 – $351M
3. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – $331M
4. Green Lantern – $298M
5. Cars 2 – $276M
6. Hangover 2 – $251M
7. Kung Fu Panda 2 – $225M
8. Thor – $224
9. Captain America – $201M
10. Cowboys & Aliens – $171M

MrRTJL
Guest

Wow… My numbers are WAY too high

Ky in Boston
Guest
Heidi Z
Guest

I have no idea what I’m doing here:

1) Transformers 3 ($400)
2) Harry Potter 7.5 ($310)
3) Pirates 4 ($305)
4) Winnie the Pooh ($295)
5) Cars 2 ($250)
6) Kung Fu Panda 2 ($230)
7) Thor ($225)
8) Cowboys vs Aliens ($210)
9) Super 8 ($200)
10) Captain America ($195)

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