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1. Spider-Man: Homecoming (NR) $327,702,794M
2. Despicable Me 3 (PG) $259,958,175M
3. Dunkirk (PG-13) $183,110,279M
4. It (R) $117,150,000M
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Image The Avengers (PG-13)
Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers” does for the superhero genre what “Rocky” did for the boxing picture. It’s exciting, encapsulating, all-encompassing. It’s also a... Read full review
Image Wall Street (R)
“Wall Street,” released in 1987, is a wide reaching picture. It’s about ‘80s Wall Street, it’s about the ins and outs of being... Read full review
Image We Make Movies (NR)
“We Make Movies” is an independent film written and directed by Matt Tory. Tory, who has seven writing credits to his name, including... Read full review
Image Maid in Manhattan (PG-13)
“Maid in Manhattan” is a formula picture to the fullest. Little happens during its run-time you don’t expect or don’t see coming a... Read full review
Image IT (R)
Stephen King’s 1986 novel ‘IT‘ is widely considered one of  the scariest books ever written, both for its grisly premise of an ambiguous... Read full review
Image Con (NR)
Addiction as a disease has been tackled by many movies. Sometimes it’s done with humor, as with 1981’s “Arthur.”’ And other times it’s... Read full review
Image The Pursuit of Happyness (PG-13)
Rising against all odds movies are typically reserved for sports films. “Cinderella Man,” “Rocky.” We understand their struggle, and something about the high... Read full review
Image Southpaw (R)
In “Southpaw,” Jake Gyllenhaal plays a down-on-his-luck boxer; and while that formula may seem overused, in this film, given the circumstances, it somehow... Read full review
Image Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (PG)
Long before Harold and  Kumar, Jay and Silent Bob, and Beavis and Butthead, there were Bill & Ted. Best friends. Slackers. Surfer dude... Read full review
Image GoldenEye (PG-13)
After a five-year hiatus, the James Bond series was re-invigorated in 1995 with this, “GoldenEye,” starring Pierce Brosnan as the double agent. The... Read full review
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