Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! Runs Away With the Weekend – Weekly Box Office Report

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016. As a film critic, he offers content that is meant to entertain as well as educate. He fell in love with film after first seeing Forrest Gump and has been hooked ever since.

12 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    Ugh! Boo 2! was such a bad movie and it came in as #1 this weekend!

  2. I love the Madea movies but the first Boo movie was a complete lackluster for me, even borderline offensive at times. I worked as an usher at a movie theater at the time and it didn’t crowd theaters like we expected it would. I hope Boo 2 fares better. It should will the tagline: “You’re scurred!”

    But for me Diary… and Madea goes to jail are by far my favorite of his collection. 🙂

    • Nick Kush says:

      That’s surprising since I’m pretty sure that Boo! was one of his best performing movies, but I could be wrong!

      • I knew it had a lot of marketing and a lot of people showed up in the first couple of days but as the days went on the crowds start to really dwindle. Maybe it was just my theater I worked at. :shrug: But do you like his earlier movies? 🙂

      • Nick Kush says:

        I’m not really a huge fan of his writing/directorial work, it just never worked for me. But, I do think he’s very under appreciated as an actor when he’s outside of his usual schtick!

      • I understand. It’s not for everyone. What kind of comedies do you enjoy? Any Ben Stiller ones? Meet the Parents? Zoolander? I actually like dramas more though like Goodwill Hunting and A Beautiful Mind. 🙂

      • Nick Kush says:

        As a critic, I’ve learned to like all genres for what they are, although I do have a soft spot for Stiller and people like him! Good Will Hunting is actually one of my favorite movies!

      • Yes, Stiller reminds me of the likes of Will Farrell and Adam Sandler. I love those guys too! The nerdy and social awkward characters are what I enjoy, because I can relate to having those silly social blunders every once in a while. And nobody around me gets my quirkiness, except for me at times. lol. 🙂

        Yes, isn’t Good Will Hunting is wonderful! 🙂 Doesn’t it take you through a emotional roller coaster, in a good way? RIP, Robin Williams. What a gem he was. 🙂

      • Nick Kush says:

        Totally agree with Sandler/Ferrell. I always root for them to succeed! Good Will Hunting just makes me feel so great at the end!!!

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