Rules:
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 Kingsman: The Golden Circle $39,023,010 $39,023,010 Chris V. Opening Weekend
2 It $29,757,494 $266,096,375 Chris V.
3 The LEGO Ninjago Movie $20,433,071 $20,433,071 Clayton B. Opening Weekend
4 American Assassin $6,255,617 $26,185,076 Kurtis W.
5 mother! $3,290,780 $13,459,798 Chris O.
7 Friend Request $2,002,863 $2,002,863 Clayton B. Opening Weekend

No drama this week. Everything is par for the course. There is buzz about this month being record breaking, but we kind of hear crap like that all the time.

"Kingsman: The Golden Shower" did exactly what it was supposed to do by earning a solid $39M this weekend. Well done kiddo.

People are using the word 'tanked' for "The LEGO Ninjago Movie". I dunno about that. $20.4M is pretty low but maybe the movie didn't cost an arm and a leg to make. We just don't know yet.

You know your movie has zero street cred when "mother!" outperforms it. "Friend Request" got declined this weekend. The proof is the $2M it earned. Looks like we have our first stinker of the season!

Upcoming Movies

MOVIE TITLE RELEASE DATE OWNER PRICE THEATERS
American Made September 29, 2017 Chris O. $16 3,000
Flatliners September 29, 2017 Crystal A. $7 2,200

Remember in "Lord of War" when Nic Cage tripped balls and things were kind of bat-shit crazy? I don't know why, but it crossed my mind. On the other end of the spectrum, Tom Cruise is in another movie with a way too young wife called "American Made". No one cares. Some people might care. $18M worth of people might care.

I do not have much confidence in "Flatliners". I want to see it, but I don't want to pay to see it in theatres, you know? The original did $10M in 1990 in 1,319 theatres. This remake should earn $7.5M this weekend. I mean, it can't be worse than "Friend Request", right? Right? Right.



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