BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ Stays on Top with $47 Million

The new comedy ‘Horrible Bosses’ finishes in second place with $28.1 million while the Kevin James comedy ‘Zookeeper’ takes third place with $21 million.
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BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ Stays on Top with $47 Million

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE

2
$28.1 millionHorrible Bosses
96%
Users
99 reviews
70%
Tomatoes
215 reviews
3
$21 millionZookeeper
54%
Users
60 reviews
14%
Tomatoes
128 reviews
4
$15.2 millionCars 2
72%
Users
108 reviews
38%
Tomatoes
205 reviews
5
$9 millionBad Teacher
52%
Users
93 reviews
44%
Tomatoes
178 reviews
6
$6.2 millionLarry Crowne
67%
Users
30 reviews
35%
Tomatoes
191 reviews
7
$4.8 millionSuper 8
89%
Users
223 reviews
82%
Tomatoes
273 reviews
8
$3.8 millionMonte Carlo
81%
Users
26 reviews
38%
Tomatoes
94 reviews
9
$3.1 millionGreen Lantern
71%
Users
264 reviews
26%
Tomatoes
231 reviews

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  • Number1Wolverine • 4 years ago

    @moviegeek - Saw Horrible Bosses yesturday and it was good, if you like The Hang Over then you will most likely like this.

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    • Number1Wolverine • 4 years ago

      @johnnyblazetb82 - Idk, for some reason i remeber being bored as hell by movies that year. And yes The Dark Knight & Iron Man are good, but two movies doesn't really make up for a total bad movie summer.

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      • moviegeek • 4 years ago

        I still want to see Horrible Bosses.

        And @insertusernamehere YES on TDKR trailer!! :D I've got my fingers crossed.

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        • johnnyblazetb82 • 4 years ago

          @Number1Wolverine 2006? are you forgetting the year we got Dark knight AND Iron man the same year??? that for me was the last great summer movie season...

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          • insertusernamehere • 4 years ago

            At least, there BETTER be a TDKR trailer.

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            • insertusernamehere • 4 years ago

              HP7 Part 2 will be HUGE. I'm seeing it at midnight...and I can't wait to be among the first to see the TDKR trailer!

              I'm glad TF3 went 2 weeks on top. I loved it.

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              • nautical05 • 4 years ago

                I liked the movie. :D

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                • c-a-r-t-m-a-n • 4 years ago

                  @Salem6777 - well said mate - haters of DOTM just F*ck Yourself s

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                  • spongebob-boxofficepants • 4 years ago

                    and HP7.2 will win this week! Summer Battle begins to be more exciting

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                    • photoman • 4 years ago

                      @Salem6777 Absolutely agree with you, at last we got one great, dark transformers movie, with a few great twists, and Bay tries new things !!!

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                      • lethal2damax • 4 years ago

                        I loved Horrible Bosses. " I AM GONNA DANCE ON YOUR BOOBIES AND JUMP ON YOUR ASS!" LOL!

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                        • shuabert • 4 years ago

                          @thedude-abides No problem. I could be wrong, but that's the way I understand it.

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                          • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

                            "Horrible Bosses" FYI: In the first day of release the film grossed $9.9 million, giving it the #2 opening-gross for an original R-rated comedy in Summer 2011, behind Bad Teacher ($12.2 million).

                            Horrible Bosses" was a surprising comedy that dose rival "Bridesmaids".!

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                            • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

                              I saw "Horrible Bosses"...funny as hell...but my final rating is: C+!

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                              • themoviefanatic • 4 years ago

                                @ghostman

                                Good predicting there ! :)

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                                • thedude-abides • 4 years ago

                                  @shuabert Oh, okay. That makes sense. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

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                                  • Dragon1991 • 4 years ago

                                    Looks like DOTM crashed a bit in the box office

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                                    • shuabert • 4 years ago

                                      @thedude-abides I think it's because MW does it the same way as RottenTomatoes, meaning all that number counts is the percentage of users who gave the film a positive review. Everyone could have rated it 3/5, and since that's considered positive it would get a 100% score. RT at least has the average score in a separate place, which is usually a far more accurate indication of what people thought of the movie. MW has this too, but you have to go to the actual page for the movie if you want to see it (It's 4.4/5 on MW, compared to 2.4/5 on RT, so the public consensus clearly skews higher than its critical counterpart.)

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                                      • Salem6777 • 4 years ago

                                        i wish everyone would stop talking sh*t about transformers 3! we everyone has been asking for a dark transformers movie... we finally get one and every counties to bitch about it i am really getting sick of stupid people!

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                                        • ghostman • 4 years ago

                                          @monkeyiron are we talking about ROTF? or DOTM. Movies usually don't broadcast on cable TV 3 years after theatrical release.

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