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In Theaters: 'Chronicle', 'The Woman in Black', 'Big Miracle'

12:25 AM 2/3/2012 by Binh Ngo
We have three new movies in wide release this Friday: Chronicle, The Woman in Black and Big Miracle. Chronicle is a found footage Superhero movie about three teenagers who acquired super powers. It is fun and games at first as they play around with their new found powers but things quickly take a turn dark.

'The Grey' Ending Spoiler

4:09 PM 1/30/2012 by Binh Ngo
Liam Neeson's battle with wolves in Joe Carnahan's The Grey is the top movie at the box office this past weekend with an estimated gross of $20 million, but it appears the movie left some viewers with questions, particularly on the ending. Since we're heading into spoiler territory for The Grey, those who don't want the movie ruined for them, turn away now.

"The Grey" Exceeds Expectations, "One for the Money" Loses Steam, Decent Holds for "Underworld: Awakening" and "Red Tails"

3:44 PM 1/30/2012 by Senh Duong
The weekend estimates are here, and there are a some surprises. “The Grey,” a survival thriller featuring fisticuffs between Liam Neeson and wild animals, did better than expected. It started Friday with an estimate of $5M-$6M, but the final figure ended up being $6.5M. Good reviews probably helped. When the weekend was done, it hauled in $20M, which is a few million better than what box office pundits have predicted.
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Box Office Report: Neeson's 'Grey' Nabs $20 Mil, Moviegoing Continues to Pick Up

feedproxy.google.com – Kate Beckinsale's "Underworld: Awakening" beats Katherine Heigl's new action-comedy "One for the Money"; "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" tops fellow best picture contenders with $7.1 million. 8 years 9 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Box Office Report: Neeson's 'The Grey' Headed for $18 Mil Weekend; Heigl's 'One for the Money' Overperforms

feedproxy.google.com – The Lionsgate and Lakeshore Entertainment action-comedy starring the actress scored No. 2 spot on Friday with $4 million-plus. 8 years 9 weeks ago via jetli

"One for the Money" Getting Zilch from Critics, But Better-Than-Expected Box Office; "The Grey" on Top

5:51 PM 1/27/2012 by Senh Duong
Some initial numbers have rolled in. According to Deadline, “The Grey” starring Liam Neeson will claw its way to the top of the box office for Friday. It’s estimated to make $5M-$6M for a weekend sum of $15M-$18M, which is about as much as what box office analysts have predicted.
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FIRST BOX OFFICE: 'The Grey' $12M, 'Man On Ledge' $9.8M, 'One For The Money' $5M

deadline.com – Theater Chain Won’t Play Lionsgate Film ‘One For The Money’ Lionsgate-Summit Offers Discounted Tickets For Films This Weekend FRIDAY 2 PM: It’s still very early but nothing really popping. Sources are telling me that Summit Entertainment’s new actioner Man On A Ledge with Sam Worthington is looking like $3+M for today and $9.8M for the weekend from 2,998 theaters. 8 years 9 weeks ago via donnieyen

The Grey Matters

Rating: Butter
Posted January 27th, 2012 by popcorn
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I’m giving The Grey trailer rave reviews for its sound effects. The sound effects turned the trailer into a living thing sitting right next to you, where every second is his chest rising and falling with every deep and panicked breath. You feel the puffs of cold smokes and the wind whishing through the air as the plane came crashing down in full force. You felt the warm, light breeze under the pristine white sheets as he’s caressing his wife. You were there, panicking and scared as they’re hunting for food and starting a fire under Liam Neeson’s authoritative guidance.   More »

In Theaters: 'The Grey', 'Man on a Ledge', 'One for the Money'

7:29 PM 1/26/2012 by Binh Ngo
Liam Neeson, Sam Worthington, and Katherine Heigl are all headlining the new wide releases this week. In The Grey, Liam Neeson plays one of the survivors of a plane crash who not only have to deal with the harsh winter conditions, but they have to stay one step ahead of the wolves so they don't become their dinner.

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Critics Consensus: 'The Grey' is Certified Fresh

rottentomatoes.com – While the world of filmdom trains its sights on the Sundance Film Festival this week, there are plenty of diversions in multiplexes for those of us who couldn't make the trek to Park City. We've got a snowy survival story (The Grey, starring Liam Neeson and Dermot Mulroney), a twisty heist thriller (Man on a Ledge, starring Sam Worthington and Elizabeth Banks), and the tale of a sassy bounty hunter (One For the Money, starring Katherine Heigl and Jason O'Mara). 8 years 10 weeks ago via jetli
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The Grey

The Grey
In The Grey, Liam Neeson leads an unruly group of oil-rig roughnecks when their plane crashes into the remote Alaskan wilderness. Battling mortal injuries and merciless weather, the survivors have only a few days to escape the icy elements – and a vicious pack of rogue wolves on the hunt – before...
Joe Carnahan
Open Road Films
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117mins
January 27, 2012
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Action, Drama