Tenet is an extremely (some may say overly/unnecessarily) complex science-fiction film that possesses no easy answers or explanations.
It was a bit of a race for the top spot at the box office this weekend, but a holdover managed to remain on top, even as a new family friendly film tried to take its place. Here’s what went down:
War was the story at the box office this weekend, as one of this year’s critically acclaimed new releases was the choice for audiences. Here’s what went down:
It’s another big summer weekend at the box office, as three new releases are looking to try and make an impact. T
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