1. Every Player pays $20 into the pot and is given $100 fake to bid with.
2. The selected movies are bid on in order of release date and alphabetically.
3. The winner is the person who has the highest combined gross of their selections by the end of the game.

Rankings (Gross & Value)

Rank Name Total Gross Total $ Spent Purchases Movies

Rank Name Value

Weekend Movie Rankings

Rank Movie Title Wknd Gross Income Total Gross Income Owner Notes
1 Black Panther $26,650,690 $605,027,218 Rob G.
2 Tomb Raider $23,633,317 $23,633,317 Kristina V. Opening Weekend
3 I Can Only Imagine $17,104,797 $17,104,797 Not in Draft
4 A Wrinkle in Time $16,256,879 $60,751,533 Chris O.
5 Love, Simon $11,756,244 $11,756,244 Not in Draft

"Tomb Raider" held its own this weekend ($23.6M). Still gonna have to wait for "National Treasure 3". In the meantime, I am sure there will be a "Black Panther" and "Scooby-Doo" cross-over to tide us over on hi-jinks and shenanigans.

Upcoming Movies

Pacific Rim Uprising March 23, 2018 Kurtis W. $18 3,700
Paul, Apostle of Christ March 23, 2018 Chris V. $6 1,400

To the people walking into "Pacific Rim Uprising" who are expecting plot and character development: fuck off. This is a god-damn movie about giant robots beating the shit out of giant monsters. I do feel like the studio tried to inject some unnecessary plot devices like dialogue, but here's hoping all the spoken lines are in the trailer. I've just managed to talk myself into thinking this is "Transformers: Not Cars this Time". Crap, that's depressing. $34M.

You know who else is a super-hero? Our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. I don't think "Paul, Apostle of Christ" is about Jesus. It's almost Easter and old, racist Catholic ladies are looking for a movie to see. Blah blah, praise Christ, blah. $9M.


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