Discs Are Rated
January 16th, 2001
"Save The Last" for first
A somewhat surprising weekend at the box office, where
for the three day Martin Luther King Jr. holiday the bashed
teen flick Save The Last Dance debuted in first place
with an as astounding, record-making 27.5 million. That
booted Cast Away to second place a very good 19.8
million, and in third was Traffic, raking in 13.4
million. Double Take, also panned by critics, made
11.7 followed by What Women Want with 11.6.
Thirteen Days opened in wide release with 11.3
million ("Lord Of The Rings" trailer, anyone?) followed by
Finding Forrester which also opened wide this past
weekend with 11.1 million. Round all of it out is Miss
Congeniality with 10.6, Crouching Tiger, Hidden
Dragon (opened in more theaters) with 10.3 and finally
The Emperor's New Groove with 7.8. MGM's computer
thriller Antitrust opened in 12th with a mere 5.5
million (ouch!). Hannibal opens in a few weeks though, so
expect their profits to go up a bit.
As far as reviews, I posted a review of
so check that out if you love the show. Check out some of
David's reviews as well for
Scissorhands. That's pretty much it. Enjoy!
- Zach B.