BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Wins Again with $74.5 Million

‘Frozen’ takes second place with $66.7 million. ‘Thor: The Dark World’ drops to third place with $11.1 million.
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BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Wins Again with $74.5 Million

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:

2
$66.7 millionFrozen
93%
Users
127 reviews
84%
Tomatoes
13 reviews
3
$11.1 millionThor: The Dark World
94%
Users
107 reviews
65%
Tomatoes
4 reviews
4
$8.4 millionThe Best Man Holiday
67%
Users
9 reviews
66%
Tomatoes
28 reviews
5
$6.97 millionHomefront
79%
Users
19 reviews
35%
Tomatoes
14 reviews
6
$6.93 millionDelivery Man
82%
Users
22 reviews
39%
Tomatoes
1 reviews
7
$4.8 millionThe Book Thief
84%
Users
6 reviews
48%
Tomatoes
38 reviews
8
$3.8 millionBlack Nativity
34%
Users
3 reviews
54%
Tomatoes
13 reviews
9
$3.7 millionPhilomena
86%
Users
7 reviews
93%
Tomatoes
23 reviews
10

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  • undeadslayer4 • 1 year ago

    @CoreyB the movie was awesome but the story felt unescessary

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    • 2movieguys • 1 year ago

      I saw "Frozen" (My Rating: B-) and "Homefront" (My rating: C+).

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      • CoreyB • 1 year ago

        I saw Frozen last night and thought it was great. Still havent seen Hunger Games 2...needa catch it in Imax.

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        • ed-wood • 1 year ago

          I've watched eight of the top ten, Frozen being the most recent. It was fun movie, but my daughters really liked it. I really wanted to see Oldboy but it's not showing anywhere near where I live.

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          • jonspidey07 • 1 year ago

            saw both 'Catching Fire' and 'Frozen' last week

            'Catching Fire' was 10x more enjoyable but 'Frozen' is still cute

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            • thedude1 • 1 year ago

              Homefront was a good film. Still haven't watched Catching Fire yet. Might go during the week.

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              • bawnian-dexeus • 1 year ago

                Very good. I can see Frozen taking first place this weekend with Hunger Games on a healthy second place draw.

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