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 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $37,233,653 $245,606,319 Chris V.
2 Insidious: The Last Key $29,581,355 $29,581,355 Jason K. Opening Weekend
3 Star Wars: The Last Jedi $23,728,944 $572,691,546 Courtney B.
4 The Greatest Showman $13,770,951 $76,875,323 Robyn B.
5 Pitch Perfect 3 $10,298,345 $86,055,435 Clayton B.

"Insidious: Key-fingers" earned more money than "The Last Jedi" did this weekend. Oh how the mighty have fallen. Who cares how much money. The tid-bit is all we need to know.

Upcoming Movies

The Commuter January 12, 2018 Rob G. $28 2,800
Paddington 2 January 12, 2018 Kristina V. $28 3,600
Proud Mary January 12, 2018 Kurtis W. $22 2,200

I can't explain why, but "Paddington 2" is getting some positive buzz. I think it's just the idea of a British teddy-bear doing adorable and wholesome things. Things like tear a human beings insides out with his murderous teeth in a fit of unrelenting rage. That, or quipping about the curios in London during a bright sunny day. I don't know. I haven't seen it. $22M.

This winter, watch what happens when a sexy assassin crosses paths with an unassuming young boy. This movie is sure to be a "hit". Critics are saying: "By definition, this is indeed a movie." and "Has anyone seen my fallen contact lens?". $14M.

"The Commuter". Wow. Talk about a bad day getting to work, right? The likelihood any of us would have of an adventure on the bus or skytrain would be a homeless person who snuck on asking for a dry hand-job. Where's that movie? I'd call it "The Task". "The Job" is already taken. Maybe just "Hands". That sounds mysterious and interesting. $16M.


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