The action film “Pain & Gain” opened as the top film at theaters in the U.S. and Canada, taking in $20.2 million for Paramount Pictures as studios looked ahead to the start of the summer movie season.
Near the end of Michael Bay’s juiced-up true-crime comedy “Pain & Gain,” a caption reminds us that “this is still a true story.”
Movies can always get an easy laugh by having a granny utter a swear word. “The Last Stand” gets the same laugh by having her take out a marauding killer with her shotgun.
The members of the indie pop band Matt and Kim haven’t seen much of the countries they’ve toured in.
“ The Other Guys ,” a buddy cop movie starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg , opens with a wild car chase through the streets of Manhattan that climaxes with one vehicle smashing into a tour bus.
The horror tale “Mama” opened as the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters, displacing Oscar contender “Zero Dark Thirty” as the two films starring Jessica Chastain vied for the top spot in the holiday weekend.
“Ted,” an R-rated comedy featuring a foul-mouthed teddy bear, unseated Pixar’s “Brave” as the top film in the U.S. and Canada this past weekend with $54.4 million in sales for Universal Pictures.
Is anything funnier than a cuddly teddy bear smoking dope and talking about genitalia in terms too graphic to repeat here?
The horror tale “Mama” opened as the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters, displacing Oscar contender “Zero Dark Thirty” as the two films starring Jessica Chastain vied for the top spot.
The Mark Wahlberg action film “Contraband” opened as the top film at U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $28.8 million for Comcast Corp.’s Universal Pictures for the four-day holiday weekend.
"They were amazing. It's so inspiring to see kids gravitate to the arts. Most kids in my hood were getting into a lot of trouble."
- Mark Wahlberg on Jun 13, 2012