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Box Office Driveby: Rodents rule and Potter takes an impressive dip

Posted on 28 July 2009 by HansKlopek

Hans back with some info about this past weekend’s box office fare. For the first time in a good while, hungover Vegas dudes, 1930s bank robbers and shapeshifting robots were not as much to the public’s liking. Their vanquishers? Talking rodents. Continue Reading

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It’s No Longer Dorky: The Evolution of the Midnight Screening

Posted on 22 July 2009 by HansKlopek

Early this past Wednesday morning in the parking lot of my local multiplex, my friends and I exchanged a few fleeting comments about the latest Harry Potter film. A solid installment, I thought. Not perfect but more than satisfying. Continue Reading

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UPDATED: Half-Blood Prince scores $58 million on opening day

Posted on 17 July 2009 by HansKlopek

Another contest in box office one-up-manship has begun. The sixth installment in the Harry Potter series brought in $22 million from its midnight screenings helping it toward a total of $58 million on its opening day. But can it make it to $200 million by Sunday? Continue Reading

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Transformers 2 scores a $16 million opening night. Anyone surprised? I’m sure not.

Posted on 24 June 2009 by HansKlopek

So Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen looks on track to become a monstrous hit. Has anything since Notting Hill been more predictable? Continue Reading

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My Last Defense: Why Transformers is destroying America!

Posted on 23 June 2009 by ShepRamsey

Well friends, I guess it’s come to this. We here, the dedicated staff of MovieChopShop, have gotten a decent amount of disgust in response to our general distaste for the ever-popular Transformers movie franchise.  Continue Reading

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Dear Michael Bay: Please make a Power Rangers movie.

Posted on 22 June 2009 by Quaid

When (erroneous) rumors started circulating this week that Michael Bay might be moving on from blockbuster films to smaller, more personal films, my heart sank.
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