Ho hum, another day another record for The Dark Night. The latest record it set is biggest 6-day opening of all time and it's not even close:
1. The Dark Night - $222 mil
2. Dead Man's Chest - $183.7
3. Revenge of the Sith - $182.7
After it's 6 days have been tallied, it's already at #3 this year on the domestic chart, behind on Indy Jones and Iron Man. Unreal. But anyway, 2 new movies dare sneak into the theaters today to challenge the juggernaut that is The Dark Knight.
The Plot: Two spoiled adult men (Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly) are pulled into a new sibling rivalry after their respective single parents get hitched.
My Thoughts: The combination of these 2 clowns is comedy gold for my money. If you didn't like Talladega Nights, I'm guessing you'll want to skip this. I think it looks hilarious. It's rated R, which is a bit different for a Will Ferrell comedy so it may be a bit raunchy even.
The X-Files: I Want To Believe
Plot: ??? *cue weird X-Files music*
My Thoughts: I haven't read a lot about this and nobody seems to know much about the plot online anywhere. I do know that Chris Carter directed it and David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are both in it as Mulder and Scully, so that's really all I need to know to want to see it. I'm there.