Does a Good Weekend Gross Mean a Movie Is Worth Seeing?


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While higher weekend grosses mean more people have seen the movie, it does not mean that the movie is always worth seeing. The amount of money a movie grosses over a specific weekend is not directly related to the quality of the movie.

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Critics and moviegoers often disagree about the quality of a movie. Many critics rate a movie poorly due to the plot, writing, acting or overall cinematography. However, people may still go see the movie because it stars a popular actor or is based on a popular subject, even if it receives poor reviews. It is best to look at both critic and viewer reviews to determine if a movie is worth seeing.

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