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Top Ten Movies Of The Year So Far.....


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1. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

2. War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

3. Batman Begins (2005) $202,285,638

4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) $192,638,088

5. Madagascar (2005) $190,252,852

6. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) $183,386,949

7. Wedding Crashers (2005) $177,642,603

8. Longest Yard, The (2005) $157,335,993

9. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

10. Robots (2005) $128,187,251

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I've seen 2...WotW and Madagascar. I was disappointed by WotW, but I'm a big SciFi person so I was glad it at least came out! Madagascar I thought was great! I liked it a lot more than I thought I would!

 

I think I'd only like to see about 3 more on that list!

 

Charlie, Batman, and Wedding Crashers.

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Yeah, I've only seen one. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It was a good movie but I still don't know if I like it better than the original. Gene Wilder rocked in the original, though Johnny Depp did a good job in the remake. They are just two completely different characters.

 

The only ones so far that I really would like to have seen/see are Madagascar and Wedding Crashers. I just don't go see movies enough. Too expensive anymore. $8 for a movie is just a little too steep for me.

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Well since i see movies for free heres wha ti think was 1-10.

 

 

6. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

10.War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

9. Batman Begins (2005) $202,285,638

2. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) $192,638,088

8. Madagascar (2005) $190,252,852

3. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) $183,386,949

1. Wedding Crashers (2005) $177,642,603

4. Longest Yard, The (2005) $157,335,993

5. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

7. Robots (2005) $128,187,251

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1. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

2. War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) $192,638,088

6. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) $183,386,949

9. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

 

I've seen all of those, but like Phishy... I only saw one of them in Theaters... Which was War of the Worlds... All the others, well you know

 

Hurray TC!

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I have seen Batman, Wedding Crashers, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and War of the Worlds.

 

I honestly wasn't thrilled with any of them except Batman. I really thought it was a well made movie.

 

Katie

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OK, so back to this RANDOM topic... I have a 7 year old, so I generally don't see anything that she can't see, mainly because she's more willing to be my date than her father is. We saw Madagascar, and frankly, I was disappointed in it. I just thought it was odd, and not nearly as creative as Shrek or even Shark Tale. Of course, since we took a dozen of Sammi's friends for her birthday, I was making frequent drink and bathroom runs, so maybe I missed something.

 

We loved Charlie ..... I personally thought that Johnny Depp did an outstanding job and the movie was, as Sam informed me, more true to the book, which is rare these days.

 

Shari "waiting for Chicken Little" Shoufler

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I have seen Batman Begins, Star Wars III,WotW,Madagascar and Charlie.

 

Here's my top movies,

 

1.Batman Begins This is hands down the best Batman! One of the best summer movies.

 

2. It's a tie between Charlie and Madagascar! I liked Catcf very much and Madagascar was better then I expected. I thought it would be pretty good and it turned out great!

 

3.WotW This movie was good in my opinion, not as good as Batman, but still good.

 

4. Star Wars III This is the only movie that let me down. It may be okay, but it is NOT the best Star Wars episode of all time! It doesn't even come close to the originals! The only newer episode that rocked was episode II.

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1. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

2. War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

3. Batman Begins (2005) $202,285,638

4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) $192,638,088

5. Madagascar (2005) $190,252,852

6. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) $183,386,949

7. Wedding Crashers (2005) $177,642,603

8. Longest Yard, The (2005) $157,335,993

9. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

10. Robots (2005) $128,187,251

 

Hmm....I have seen all of them except 6-8. The only ones I would see again in my opinion would be Star Wars, Batman, and Charlie. The rest...ehh..not so much!

 

John "who likes his movies with SOME substance...just a little anyway!"

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I've seen Star Wars, War of the Worlds, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Wedding Crashers. The only other one in the top 10 earners that I have an interest in is Batman Begins.

 

For the record, my favorite movies of the year so far have been (not necessarily in this order) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Me and You and Everyone We Know, Sin City, Hustle and Flow, and Cinderella Man. There hasn't really been any movie this year that has blown me away yet, but I am interested to see what Me and You is like on a second viewing, and I'm still trying to see Crash, Batman Begins, The Aristocrats, Murderball, March of the Penguins, Broken Flowers, and The Constant Gardener.

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I've seen ...

 

1. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

2. War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

3.

4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) $192,638,088

5. Madagascar (2005) $190,252,852

6.

7. Wedding Crashers (2005) $177,642,603

8.

9. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

10. Robots (2005) $128,187,251

 

Star Wars, Charlie, Wedding Crashers and Fantastic 4 are the only ones I would ever care to see again.

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Star Wars, and Chocolate Factory.. and I loved them both... Im looking forward to seeing Harry Potter and King Kong... ( since there like the only good movies left this year).... Pixars new movie looks like crap.. compared to the rest they have done.. but disneys movies sucked this year..

 

Did anyone see the new Disney movie?.. I think it was ok for a "non pixar" animated film.. but IMO they havent had a GOOD pure Disney film since Lion King.. and Lilo...

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This Summer's Movie selection has been a let down.

 

Could we please have some Original Movies, rather than countless sequels, and revamped shows from the past. (AKA...The Dukes of Hazard ETC...)

 

I'm not surprised that this summer season has been a slow one for theaters.

 

They need some original movies like "Pulp Fiction", rather than rehashing some TV show from long ago.

 

Wedding Crashers was great!, but Hollywood seems obsessed with making countless sequels! Did we really need a Miss Congeniality 2! Ugh!!!

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1. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) $378,977,117

2. War of the Worlds (2005) $230,614,825

3. Batman Begins (2005) $202,285,638

6. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) $183,386,949

7. Wedding Crashers (2005) $177,642,603

8. Longest Yard, The (2005) $157,335,993

9. Fantastic Four (2005) $150,668,328

 

And guess what? Star Wars, Wedding Crashers, and The Longest Yard were the only good ones. Every other movie sucked ASS, especially Fantastic Four and War of the Worlds. Actually, Batman was OK.

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