Box Office Limps Into Fall; 'Guardians' Reaches for $300 Million

The only real good news at the box office this weekend is "Guardians of the Galaxy, which in week 5 again took the top spot. The legs on this thing. By Tuesday Marvel's marvel will sit at $278 million after a 4-day take of another $20 million. Contrary to logic, math, history, science, and my predictions, "Guardians" is almost certain to pass $300 million, the first film to do so all year. "Guardians" is also, so far, the top grosser of 2014.
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Box Office Limps Into Fall; 'Guardians' Reaches for $300 Million

The only real good news at the box office this weekend is "Guardians of the Galaxy, which in week 5 again took the top spot. The legs on this thing. By Tuesday Marvel's marvel will sit at $278 million after a 4-day take of another $20 million. Contrary to logic, math, history, science, and my predictions, "Guardians" is almost certain to pass $300 million, the first film to do so all year. "Guardians" is also, so far, the top grosser of 2014. 30 Aug 2014, 6:06 AM PDT

'The November Man' Review: Brosnan Rises Above By-the-Numbers Spy Thriller

"The November Man" is fast-paced and certainly holds your attention. It is, though, terribly uninspired. A smart, serious pass just at the dialogue could've done wonders, as would a couple of action scenes set at 7 instead of 3 or 4. No one's expecting 007-level action from a $21 million budget. What was needed was an added layer of intelligence and suspense to the ones we got. 29 Aug 2014

Amazon's $1 Billion Acquisition of Video Game Streaming Twitch.tv Is a Bargain

Amazon.com’s stock (NASDAQ:AMZN) has tallied a consistent 33% annual compounded price return over the last 5 years. The secret sauce of the company’s success is being able to engage with an increasingly younger demographic. The company’s latest deal to buy Twitch for more than $1 billion is being lambasted by most analysts, but I believe it is brilliant. 28 Aug 2014

Tony Is Dead: Vox Blows Its Big David Chase 'Sopranos' Scoop

The big entertainment news Wednesday came from Ezra Klein's Vox.com with its ridiculous scoop that "Sopranos" creator David Chase had finally revealed the biggest non-mystery in the television universe, "Did Tony die at the end of 'The Sopranos?" Vox claimed that during his interview with Martha P. Nochimson, Chase admitted that Tony is alive. To no one's surprise, through his publicist Thursday, Chase blasted Vox for getting it wrong. 28 Aug 2014

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