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Just noticed the metascore of 52: RT is 73%, avg 7.3: Critics are jumping on the SJW war on "fascism". First Joker now JoJo. Don't you even read the description before posting? Barry (tv show): A hit man from the Midwest moves to Los Angeles and gets caught up in the city's theatre arts scene. Blu Ray Trailer $33m. In second place with an excellent, $33.2 million debut is STXfilms's Hustlers. The opening is the largest in STX's short history, topping the $23.8 million opening for Bad Moms back in 2016. It's also the largest live-action debut for star Jennifer Lopez, topping the $23.1 million opening for Monster-in-Law back in 2005. The film's opening tops both Girls Trip and Bad Moms, which went on to gross over $115 million and $113 million respectively. Hustlers made a splash at the Toronto Film Festival prior to its opening and entered this weekend with a strong, 88% critic rating on RottenTomatoes. The film's audience was 67% female while 69% of the opening weekend crowd was aged 25 or older. Among that crowd 36% were Caucasian, 26% African American, 27% was Hispanic and 9% Asian. Opening day audiences gave the film a "B-" CinemaScore. Better than most "glowing" reviews. Another site Metacritic doesn't include. Safe space and SJW are more appropriate than ever. You're just pissed off that Maher mocks you people. Oops, 3: Saturn Awards: Best Streaming Science Fiction, Action, & Fantasy Series: Star Trek: Discovery Best Actress in Streaming Presentation: Sonequa Martin-Green Best Supporting Actor in Streaming Presentation: Doug Jones Finally! Critics 86%, Users 97%. Never going to happen!!! Interview with Matt and Trey. After their first meeting Tuesday for the upcoming 23rd season (premiering Sept. 25), The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Parker and Stone at their Marina del Rey studio (named Casa Bonita) to discuss how long they want to keep doing South Park, some plans to make a (non-South Park) movie for the first time in 15 years and the rise of cancel culture. View all replies >