High School Musical 3: Senior Year


Instead of throwing our opinions around in ways that rock your collective mind, we’d sometimes like to just sit back and watch silliness unfold in the form of moving pictures. It’s a feature we like to call The Daily Diversion.


The Reject Report

This week there’s only one new movie rolling out and it’s featuring “Bond, James Bond.” Wait a minute — they say Daniel Craig doesn’t say that line in Quantum of Solace, and they got rid of the “shaken not stirred” line, too.



Nice Clean Movie Month continues at the Reject Report. Yes, for the umpteenth week in a row the weekend box office title belongs to yet another sweet family movie. Big surprise.


Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

It’s time to forget about politics for awhile, and spend the weekend doing what Americans have been doing all fall — attend yet another nice, clean movie.



I hope you folks out there enjoyed Halloween, because I sure didn’t. It was a scary weekend to say the least, trying to figure out what was going on at box offices all over North America! On Friday night the attendances were so low it looked like we might get a movie winning at the box office with a haul of under $10 million. In fact, High School Musical 3: Senior Year did so badly on Friday night (only $1,700,000) that it looked as if the box office title was completely up for grabs. Some people thought Saw V (which won Friday with a haul of $3,120,000) or even Changeling might end the weekend on top. Also, the haul for Zack and Miri Make a Porno was so bad on Friday (only $2,220,000) that people were thinking it might only end up with just over $8 million! In any event, things went back to normal on Saturday and Sunday and all the predictions about the order of finish ended up pretty much in the ballpark. HSM 3 made something like $8.2 million on Saturday alone, which pretty much cemented another weekend back on top. As you can see below, though, nobody went to the movies this weekend. The grosses were way off the mark all across the board. High School Musical 3 was down 64.2% from last weekend and Saw V was down 66.4%. Also, Seth Rogen had his worst box-office opening ever with Zack and Miri making only $10.6 […]


Reject Report: Zack and Miri

Kevin Smith tries to break on through to the other side of the box office with Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Standing in his way: High School Musical 3.



I am sure the news that High School Musical 3: Senior Year finished in first place is no surprise to any of you.



If the thought of High School Musical makes your stomach turn, you’ll want to avoid this film. However, the movie speaks directly to its demographic and doesn’t try to be something it’s not.



This drinking game is for all the boyfriends, fathers and husbands that are going to be dragged to the film over the next few weeks… and those parents who will have to watch it ad nauseum when it comes on video in about four months.



Welcome to what is sure to be another depressing week of box office predictions here at the Reject Report. Depressing because, well, we all know who’s going to win. Even if we all go see Saw V several times in a row, we won’t be able to halt the inevitable.



The Fat Guys discuss Neil’s unconventional love for Zac Efron (aka “Zefron” to his fans) while Kevin rants about drunken Irish cops in Pride and Glory.


High School Musical 3: Middle School

After braving the horrifying inner works of the Disney studios, we here at FSR risked being molested by the Boogity Man and shanked by Mickey himself in order to bring you the top secret files on the possible directions that High School Musical 3 could have gone in.



Is FSR resident Fat Guy sexier than Zac Efron? If you think you have the answer, you might win a gift card to Build-a-Bear.

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published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015

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