It’s a Good Week To Be on Vacation 

Every now and then I wonder if anyone would notice if I didn’t blog one week. I’m a creature of habit. I update the Objective Top Fifteen every Monday. I update my Watch List every Wednesday. I publish a new article every Thursday.

This week I’m spending the week in beautiful Newport, RI. I didn’t update the Objective Top Fifteen. Did you notice? As it turns out, there were no changes. Both The Hitman’s Bodyguard and Logan Lucky received mediocre grades from Cinemascore, which kept them off the list.

I didn’t update my Watch List today. But that wouldn’t have changed much either. After watching American History X last Wednesday, I haven’t watched another movie since.

As for the movies opening this weekend, there isn’t much to talk about. August is typically weak. If you can believe it, this August is running 64% behind last August at the box office, making it a weaker than weak August. If you want to use your newly purchased Movie Pass (Its price was recently cut to $10), check out the Indies I’ve mentioned before. Good Time, the Robert Pattinson crime drama, opens to a wide audience this weekend. Positive buzz is following its limited release last weekend.

Finally, I just wanted to let you know that I wouldn’t be publishing tomorrow. I’ll be continuing to sample signature drinks throughout Newport. Given where we are in the movie cycle, it’s a very viable alternative.

Author: Mad Movie Man

I love good movies. In my prior life I worked with predictive models. I've combined my love of movies with my prior experience to create a simple Bayesian probability model to help select movies that you will probably "really like".

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