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Back Seat Box Office #28

Jonathan comes in first this week with 24 points (80% old system), Tony is in second with 23 points (60% old system), and Andrew is in third 21 points (40% old system). Average scores for the first twelve weeks of 2011 still have Tony in first place with 20.62 points, Jonathan is in second with 19.69 points and Andrew is in third with 19.46 points.

Looking for an explanation of our scoring system? Check out our scoreboard here to find the answers you need. Play along at home, email or call your picks in before Friday night and get on the board.

New movies debuting in wide release this weekend include Hop, Insidious, and Source Code.

Picks for the week:
Jonathan

  1. Source Code
  2. Hop
  3. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules
  4. Insidious
  5. Limitless

    Tony

    1. Hop
    2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules
    3. Source Code
    4. Limitless
    5. Insidious

      Andrew

      1. Hop
      2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules
      3. Source Code
      4. Sucker Punch
      5. Insidious

        Rich

        1. Source Code
        2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules
        3. Insidious
        4. Hop
        5. Sucker Punch

        Father Beast

        1. Hop
        2. Source Code
        3. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 2: Roderick Rules
        4. Insidious
        5. Sucker Punch

        Menolly

        1. Hop
        2. Source Code
        3. Insidious
        4. Sucker Punch
        5. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 2

        Jeff

        1. Hop
        2. Source Code
        3. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
        4. Limitless
        5. Lincoln Lawyer

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        6 replies on “Back Seat Box Office #28”

        I’ll get the hang of this eventually. Lets go with this stuff this week:

        1. Source Code
        2. Hop
        3. Diary of a wimpy Kid 2
        4. Insidious
        5. Sucker Punch

        I’m still high on my 18 point score from last week, so I will not let the failure of AT&T on the call-in for picks bring me down.

        1) Hop
        2) Source Code
        3) Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2
        4) Sucker Punch
        5) The Lincoln Lawyer

        Insidious is the question mark. The Paranormal Activity bunch can make good movies, if you enjoy being scared out of your mind. However, I see this trailer and think, “We are going to need a young priest and an old priest…” Or, for a more recent reference, the failure of The Rite to deliver. With the current competition, I am at a loss to see where it fits into the top 5.

        Of course, if this is like the other equally interesting, yet useless, justifications I’ve considered for box office estimates, I’m rolling with another 9 for this weekend.

        The advantage to having been extremely wrong in the past is that there are very few new mistakes to make, and just making old ones again doesn’t really bother you all that much.

        I say this, and I’m probably looking down the barrel of an 8 for next week…

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