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Old 11-13-2017, 01:50 PM   #1
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Lightning Strikes Twice as Thor Tops the Weekend Boxoffice Chart


The God of Thunder isn't ready to relinquish his box office throne yet, Thor: Ragnarok added $56.6 million from North American theaters in its second weekend, bringing its domestic total to $211.6 million and winning it the top spot for a second weekend in a row.

Here is the Weekend Boxoffice Chart for the weekend of November 10th to November 12th, 2017.
  1. Thor: Ragnarok $56.6/$211.5
  2. Daddy's Home 2 $30.0/$30.0
  3. Murder on the Orient Express $28.2/$28.2
  4. A Bad Moms Christmas $11.5/$39.8
  5. Jigsaw $3.4/$34.3
  6. Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween $2.0/$45.9
  7. Geostorm $1.5/$31.6
  8. Blade Runner 2049 $1.4/$88.0
  9. Happy Death Day $1.3/$54.9
  10. Lady Bird $1.2/$1.7
  11. Let there be Light $1.1/$6.0
  12. Only The Brave $.950/$17.0
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Do you think Johnny Depp knows he was in Murder on the Orient Express?
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Saw it last week and I enjoyed it.
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Saw it last week and I enjoyed it.
Super fun and funny movie. Best hero movie of the year imo.
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he's probably so bored of all the bull crap that he loves just getting off his face. Fair enough. It's what a lot of people do with their weekend.
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Thor with two swords instead of a hammer? Really? And I heard it's actually more of a Hulk movie. I wish they'd stop it with the constant mish mash crossover. It would be nice, FOR ONCE, to have a superhero movie in a discrete self-contained world. But no, everyone goes to see their "favorite" on display. Sigh.
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Thor with two swords instead of a hammer? Really? And I heard it's actually more of a Hulk movie. I wish they'd stop it with the constant mish mash crossover. It would be nice, FOR ONCE, to have a superhero movie in a discrete self-contained world. But no, everyone goes to see their "favorite" on display. Sigh.
We had 30 years worth of superhero movies in discrete, self-contained worlds; it's all we had from 1978 through 2008. I, for one, enjoy the interconnectivity of the Marvel movies because it's an overall change of pace from the way things were for three decades.

Even though Hulk/Banner is one of the primary characters in the movie, it's still very much Thor's movie through and through. He's shown using swords because...well, Mjolnir gets destroyed.

Whoever told you it was more of a Hulk movie either didn't see it or wasn't really paying attention. All of the action is ultimately centered directly around Thor and Asgard.
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Yes, Ragnarok is easily one of the best popcorn movies I've seen. And calling it more of a Hulk -movie sounds plain strange.
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We had 30 years worth of superhero movies in discrete, self-contained worlds; it's all we had from 1978 through 2008. I, for one, enjoy the interconnectivity of the Marvel movies because it's an overall change of pace from the way things were for three decades.

Even though Hulk/Banner is one of the primary characters in the movie, it's still very much Thor's movie through and through. He's shown using swords because...well, Mjolnir gets destroyed.

Whoever told you it was more of a Hulk movie either didn't see it or wasn't really paying attention. All of the action is ultimately centered directly around Thor and Asgard.
This. Hulk doesn't even come into play until later into the movie. I liked it very much. Thought it was funny, great action, and cool characters. Marvel movie through and through.
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