There's one night of the year when the critic's voice takes a back seat to the consumer's: during the People's Choice Awards. Last night's 40th bow of the annual ceremony was no exception: box office smash Iron Man 3; 2013's
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In a surprising turn, the prequel to the beloved Disney/Pixar classic put a halt to Brad Pitt and his army of zombies' charge to the number one spot. Let's see what other movies made bank this weekend: 1. Monsters University $82 M 2.
There’s a reason he wears an “S” on his chest, and Kal-El proved it to Lois Lane, Metropolis, and the rest of the world by snuffing out the competition and breaking a June record. See what other movies had their eyes on the skies
The Purge’s instant intrigue had audiences glued to the edge of their seats, pushing past the Fast & Furious franchise to claim the number one spot. See what other films came close to the unique horror flick this weekend: 1. The Purge
With epic intergalactic battles for survival and large-scale magical bank heists, one might expect to see Dom, Letty, and the rest of the gang slide down from the top spot, but that’s just not so! The Fast & the Furious held onto the