‘Bad Boys for Life’ Once Again Leads a Dismal Weekend at the Box Office
Bad Boys for Life is still going strong in its third weekend at the box office. The action-comedy is breathing some much needed fresh air into Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s movie careers. 1917 is also going strong, coasting off of some greatly positive BAFTA and Oscars’ Press. Dolittle, on the other hand, is continuing to flop in a tremendous manner. Gretel and Hansel opened this weekend, though not a monster hit, the movie has started turning a profit. The top five is rounded out by The Gentlemen, which is performing solidly despite mixed reviews. Way back in 10th place, The Rhythm Section also opened to dismal reviews and ticket sales.
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