If audiences voted with their wallets this week, "Skyfall" played very favorably with the massive crowds that came out in droves to see the 23rd adventure of James Bond on the big screen. "Skyfall" took in a much larger than expected total, around $87.8 million.
The critics were almost equally as generous. The TomatoMeter rating for "Skyfall" currently sits at 91 percent, easily ranking it among the best reviewed films of the year.
But we want to know what you thought of "Skyfall." Let us know in the poll below.
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Are you a sucker for 80s and 90s nostalgia or just a hardcore gamer, looking for movie that understands your passion? Well, it turned out that "Wreck-It Ralph" was the right movie for you, as it took in an impressive $49.1 million this weekend.
Audiences and critics ate up the tale of a video game villain who doesn't want to be the bad guy anymore, but we want to know what you thought.
Did "Wreck-It Ralph" do it for you? Were the video game cameos worth the cost of admission alone? Let us know in the poll below.
After a long week of newscasts about the storms and power outages, it's probably time to get back to the movie theaters. You've earned it.
That just leaves a pretty big decision to make. There are three very different movies out in theaters this week that could easily earn your ticket prices.
There's "Flight," a soon-to-be Oscar contender that's earning buzz from Denzel Washington's powerhouse performance. "Wreck-It Ralph" covers the family and gamer crowds. And "The Man With the Iron Fists" is for the film geeks out there.
So what are you seeing this weekend?
Were you among the dozens that made it out to see "Cloud Atlas" this weekend?
All joking about box office totals aside, there has been a serious conversation about "Cloud Atlas" among hardcore movie geeks since its debut on Friday. Have the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer struck out with their uber-ambitious project, or were they just ahead of their time?
Those who actually made it to the theater, or the very least the critics, seem to be split on that notion, but we want to know what you thought. How will "Cloud Atlas" be viewed a few years from now? Did it not get the attention it deserved? Let us know in the poll after the jump!
For the fourth year in a row, you've sat in a dark theater for 90 minutes, waited for something to happen, and maybe screamed when it did. The "Paranormal Activity" series isn't big on innovation, but it keeps the audiences coming back every year.
Did you venture out to your local multiplex to brave the latest entry? If so, we want to know what you thought.
Did "Paranormal Activity 4" scare you as much as the first three? Is the series running out of gas, or is this the best one yet? Let us know in the poll after the jump!
After this weekend's "Argo," there's little doubt that we are now living in the age of "Ben Affleck: Director of Films." Critics heaped praise onto "Argo," his most recent directorial effort about the hostage crisis in Iran in the early 80s.
Though, "Argo" couldn't quite overcome that other hostage drama that partially takes place in Istanbul, "Taken 2" with Liam Neeson, it did manage to find audiences and secure a respectable $20 million opening weekend.
But we want to know what you thought of "Argo." Vote in our poll below and have your voice heard.
Once again, some bad guys kidnapped a member of Liam Neeson's family, then he murdered a lot of people to get her back, and we gave him lots of money to do it.
"Taken 2" may have been the box office champion, taking in over $50 million over the weekend, but the critics didn't exactly give their approval. At 19 percent Rotten Tomatoes, the sequel didn't fare so well, but what did you think?
Voice your opinion of "Taken 2" in our poll after the jump!
Got more on your mind? Let us know what you think in the comments below and on Twitter!
We told you and begged you and pleaded you to trust us and go see "Looper" this weekend. The R-rated sci-fi movie from Rian Johnson, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, and Emily Blunt took in a respectable $21.2 million in its opening weekend. Not bad for a $30 million sci-fi movie, and it definitely should have some life in it thanks to excellent reviews and word-of-mouth potential.
If you haven't seen "Looper," check out our five reasons reasons you have to see it to see what you're missing out on.
But what did you think? Voice your opinion in the poll below and leave your thoughts, questions, and time paradoxes in the comments below and on Twitter!
In "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," Emma Watson does her best to pull off an American accent, something she first attempted with MTV News' Josh Horowitz during the first installment of "American Talk."
From the first wave of reviews of "Perks," many critics have applauded Watson's accent, and we're certainly proud of her too.
But we want to know what you think. Click past the jump to voice your opinion, and tell us how you feel about Emma Watson's American accent.
The 2012 MTV Movie Awards are just around the corner—June 3 at 9 p.m. ET for those of you not keeping track—and as we count the days until the Golden Popcorn battle begins between "Hunger Games," "Bridesmaids," "Harry Potter" and more, we're looking back on Movie Awards days gone by.
Sure, we're admittedly a bit biased in our award show's favor, but let's face the facts. Is there an awards show out there that honors the greatest fan-favorite films of the year while simultaneously sticking Bruno's butt in Eminem's face mere moments after Andy Samberg and Will Ferrell have schooled you all about how cool guys deal with explosions (hint: they don't look at them)? Didn't think so!
From outrageous moments to hilarious movie spoofs, the Movie Awards has it all. And as the show celebrates its 21st year, we're asking you to look back with us by singling out the best of the best. Who was the greatest host? Who was the best dressed? You can vote on all of that and more in our polls, all of which are currently open and viewable below!