Manhattan Weekend Box Office: Pineapple Express Pulls Past The Dark KnightIt seems New Yorkers prefer bumbling stoners to crime-fighting superheroes. Pineapple Express opening weekend sales pulled past The Dark Knight The Dark Knight may refer to:
How can we account for Manhattan's betrayal? How could we have shamelessly indulged in Apatowian man-boy escapism es·cap·ism
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Middle American adj. & n. . If those films had a wider release, some of those folks who went back to Dark Knight for a second or third helping might have checked out Penelope Cruz in Elegy instead. With less competition at the cineplex it's simply easy for Batman to dominate nationally.
Outside the occasional attention-diverting limited release or art-house film, though, Manhattanites are happy to see the movies of their countrymen, particularly in the summer. The local and national top-ten lists were similar these past two weeks, and they were again this weekend. The big movies grabbing spots 2 through 5 locally landed in the same spots nationally. These included The Sisterhood sisterhood: see monasticism. of the Traveling Pants 2 at no. 4, which earned $111,653 here in the city and $10.7 nation-wide in its opening weekend.
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Manhattan Weekend Box Office: How moviegoers in the multiplexes of middle America choose to spend their ten-spot is probably a big deal in Hollywood. But here in Manhattan, the hottest movies aren't always the ones making the big bucks nationwide. Using Nielsen numbers for Manhattan theaters alone and comparing them to the performance of the national weekend box office can tell you a lot about our Blue State sensibilities. Or nothing at all! Each Monday afternoon, we will bring you the results.