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 Thor: Ragnarok $57,078,306 $212,068,013 Chris O.
2 Daddy's Home 2 $29,651,193 $29,651,193 Chris O. Opening Weekend
3 Murder on the Orient Express $28,681,472 $28,681,472 Jason K. Opening Weekend
4 A Bad Moms Christmas $11,468,964 $39,832,590 Jason K.
5 Jigsaw $3,424,319 $34,358,412 Kristina V.

Here is that rare occasion where both opening movies earned nearly the exact same amount. In the lead at second place, "Daddy's Home 2" made $29.7M.

"Murder on the Orient Express" had a solid opening as well with $28.7M. Both movies are in a good position to earn some of that sweet pre-"Star Wars" money.

Upcoming Movies

The Star November 17, 2017 Rob G. $9 3,000
Justice League November 17, 2017 Crystal A. $63 4,000+
Wonder November 17, 2017 Rob G. $5 3,000+

Oh geez. "The Star" is a biblical animated comedy about "The First Christmas", told from the perspective of anthropomorphic animals. Since the world is full of heathens, I can't see this opening higher than $19M. The Christian memes will be danker than ever!

I don't know about this whole "Justice League" business. Instead, I'm holding out for the Universal monster universe! What's that? The Universal universe will be 100% garbage if it does manage to happen? Fine, then I'll give all my money to Warner Brothers. They landed this at the perfect time, right off the heels of "Wonder Woman" which nailed it. This should be a $135M opening weekend.

"Wonder" is a 1985 movie starring Cher and Sam Elliot, about a young man who has a disfigured face and tries to make it through a tough world filled with unforgiving people. $135,499.


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Best Value Picks

In the game of movie draft, no one is a winner, except for these fine individuals. Given choice and decision, they stand at the forefront of being able to use cunning and intelligence to spark the flames of success. None are as brave and trend-setting as the souls who grace this list.

1 It $13,992,172 Chris V. $19
2 Happy Death Day $7,844,006 Jason K. $7
3 The Mountain Between Us $4,910,931 Robyn B. $6
4 The Foreigner $4,782,054 Chris V. $7
5 Thor: Ragnarok $4,610,174 Chris O. $46

Worst Value Picks

Every season. Every. Single. Season. These bottom-feeders continue to pay homage to their betters by giving them the $20 sacrifice to appease the Great One's hunger for another six months. Cowering in their homes, waiting for the next festival, the yellow-bellied, uneducated, socially inept filth wait. You are all embarrassments to society.

1 Suburbicon $573,351 Robyn B. $10
2 The Snowman $605,171 Crystal A. $11
3 Friend Request $751,668 Clayton B. $5
4 My Little Pony $896,669 Robyn B. $24
5 mother! $1,186,667 Chris O. $15