Top 10 Box Office March 23rd-25th

1. The Hunger Games – $155 million

Third largest opening ever (That’s what she said)

I haven’t seen it yet, but I’d like too. My friend told me what it’s about, so here is your Hunger Games synopsis:

This girl is like “ah, shit” and then this older girl is like “No, pick me, cunts!” and then this girl is like, “Fine, bitch, get your sweet tits up here.” Then she goes to the woods …

And this guy is like, “Nice bow and arrows.” and she’s all like, “Quit tryin’ to get in my pussy.” and he’s all like, “Bitch, I’m gay!” and she’s all like, “Pancakes are never free!” and then they go to Lenny Kravitz’ house …

And he’s all like, “Mmmm ohhhh whoooaaa!” and she’s all like, “I wanna sit on your boner” and he’s all like, “I have a super large face?” and she’s all like, “My twat itches” and then she goes to ……

2. 21 Jump Street -$21.3 million

3. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – $13.1 million

4. John Carter – $5 million

In what has to be one of the biggest bombs in recent memory (which goes back to about yesterday, for me) John Carter has reached $62 million domestically on a $250 million production budget.

5. Act Of Valor – $2 million

6. Project X – $1.9 million

7. A Thousand Words – $1.9 million

8. October Baby – $1.7 million

I’ve honestly never even heard of this film. It did well in limited release (390 screens) so it’s probably one of those super fucked up Indie movies about a baby born in October.

9. Safe House – $1.4 million

10. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – $1.3 million

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