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Back Seat Box Office #40

Average scores for the first twenty-five weeks of 2011 have Tony in first place with 21.04 points, Jonathan in second with 20.88 points and Andrew in third with 20.48 points.

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New movies debuting in wide release this weekend are Bad Teacher and Cars 2.

Picks for the week:
Andrew

  1. Cars 2
  2. Bad Teacher
  3. Green Lantern
  4. Super 8
  5. Mr. Popper’s Penguins

    Jonathan

    1. Cars 2
    2. Bad Teacher
    3. Green Lantern
    4. Super 8
    5. Mr. Popper’s Penguins

      Tony

      1. Cars 2
      2. Green Lantern
      3. Bad Teacher
      4. Mr. Popper’s Penguins
      5. Super 8

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        3 replies on “Back Seat Box Office #40”

        Here are my picks. I’m having a real hard time deciding how Bad Teacher is going to do. I can see it in several places which can really bounce my list around.

        1.) Cars 2 – Reviews be darned. The kids won’t care. Expect to see theaters flooded with little kids, especially boys.
        2.) Bad Teacher – I’m closing my eyes and picking the teacher for 2nd though I’m half-way certain it will probably wind up third or fourth
        3.) Green Lantern – Should have charged his ring battery for longer…
        4.) Super 8 – I really wanted this to be number 2
        5.) Mr Poppers Penguins

        cars 2- despite my lack of interest, it’s still Pixar.

        Green Lantern- I didn’t like it and I’m not alone in that, but this would need a really steep fall to get lower on the list

        Bad Teacher– I think a lot of the potential audience isn’t old enough for an R rated comedy

        Super 8- I think this will stick around for a while.

        Mr. Popper’s Penguins– I’d rather pick X-Men, but that one’s already losing screens. The penguins aren’t and may drawn some of the Cars spillover crowds.

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