Life Of The Party And Breaking In Highlight The Weekend Movie Guide
Life Of The Party And Breaking In Open In Movie Theaters Around St. Louis This Weekend
Life Of The Party and Breaking In open in movie theaters nationwide this weekend. The trio highlights the Weekend Movie Guide this week. Moviegoers in St. Louis can also see Isle of Dogs at Hi-Pointe as well. Nicolas Cage is back at Redbox this week with The Humanity Bureau. Batman Ninja, Valentina’s Wedding and Fifty Shades Freed are also among the movies now available to rent at your local Redbox.
See Breaking In tonight at MX Movies. Avengers: Infinity War and A Quiet Place are also showing this weekend at the downtown St. Louis movie theater.
It’s the Weekend Movie Guide from RealLifeSTL.
Recapping Last Weekend
Avengers: Infinity War easily took the box office crown during the first weekend of May with a second weekend just shy of $115 million.
The Overboard remake made $14.7 million in its debut weekend while Tully was just shy of $3.3 and Bad Samaritan made $1.7 million.
The Anna Faris-led remake of the Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell classic nearly doubled projections.
Opening This Weekend
Life of the Party
Melissa McCarthy is back on the big screen this weekend with Life of the Party. A series of events sends McCarthy’s Deanna back to college, where her daughter is in her senior year. The pair of course end up experiencing college and sorority life together.
Like Tammy and The Boss before this, Life of the Party was written by McCarthy and real-life husband Ban Falcone. The prior two films were fairly successul at the box office, earning around $85 and $63 million, respectively.
If you tend to enjoy Melissa McCarthy, you’ll probably enjoy this one. Films that can be described as “screwball comedy that relies on extreme stereotypes” tend not to fare well with the critics, but will make you laugh nonetheless.
Todd M. Thatcher predicts an opening weekend of $19.4 million for Life of the Party.
Life of the Party trailer
Gabrielle Union stars in the only film in theaters this weekend that is being compared to Die Hard, Breaking In.
Union plays mother of two Shaun Russell in the film. After he wealthy father suddenly dies, Russell takes her two children to his mansion. Unbekownst to them, four criminals have their eyes set on finding the hidden treasures the mansion holds. Mom is forced to channel her inner John McClane to protect her family and make it out alive.
Todd M. Thatcher predicts an opening weekend of $13.6 million for Breaking In.
Breaking In trailer
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See Isle of Dogs at Hi-Pointe Backlot This Weekend
Hi-Pointe Theatre is a hidden gem of St. Louis. The Hi-Pointe Backlot is even more so, hidden behind the main theater on McCausland Avenue. Hi-Pointe has been around since 1922 at the Southwest corner of Forest Park and below the world’s largest Amoco sign.
Hi-Pointe Backlot came on the scene in 2015 on the second floor of a building right behind the main theater. It took three years of rehab before the owners of Hi-Pointe spent 60 straight days putting the final touches on the space. The 48-seat theater has drawn stellar reviews from movie fans.
Tully plays at Hi-Pointe Theatre while Isle Of Dogs moves to Hi-Pointe Backlot this weekend.
Isle of Dogs trailer
Make It A Redbox Night With Nicolas Cage In Humanity Bureau
Are you a sucker for Nicolas Cage? Are you adamant that Cage’s hair in Con-Air was as thing of beauty? While his new well-received horror flick Mandy gets ready to open at Cannes, see Cage in The Humanity Bureau now at Redbox.
Fifty Shades Freed, Batman Ninja, Valentina’s Wedding, Stratton and Bad Grandmas are also among the movies now available to rent at Redbox.
The Humanity Bureau trailer
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