|Genres||Fantasy, Short Film, Children's/Family|
|US Release Date||11/11/2005|
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<em>Iron Man</em> soars above the rest, a thrilling, innovative and enormously entertaining movie that just may be the coolest AND smartest superhero adventure of them all.
A Hollywood dog finds out what it's like to be a real hero, rather than just play one in the movies-and he's really cute at it.
Imaginative, touching and keenly attuned to the coming-of-age genre, <em>Bridge to Terabithia</em> is a welcomed breath of fresh air in the stale family movie arena.
The Kazakhstanian does it again. Sacha Baron Cohen’s much-buzzed about comedy Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan took the top spot at the North American box office for the second weekend in a row with $29 million.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire grossed $101.4 million in its debut weekend, the best results yet for the franchise. The film was also the fourth-best, three-day opening weekend ever, behind Spider-Man, which opened in 2002 with $114.8 million.
Chicken Little stayed in the top spot for a second week in a row with another succulent $32 million, while the <em>Jumanji</em>-esque space flick Zathura debuted in second place with $14 million.
Tagged as a “new adventure from the world of Jumanji,” Zathura certainly keeps to the same venturesome spirit as the original. But the sequel still seems to be a bit of a retread.
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