Box Office Battle: ‘Paranormal Activity 3′ vs. ‘The Three Musketeers’ (POLL)

Box Office Battle: Paranormal Activity 3 vs The Three Musketeers 3D

Action-packed adventure and spine-tingling feature films will take reign at the box office this weekend!

First up, we have the buzz-worthy third installment of the Paranormal Activity franchise, Paranormal Activity 3. This third installment serves as a prequel, set 18 years prior to beginning of the first two films. Young sisters, Kristi and Katie have encountered a spiritual entity lurking around their home. At first appearing friendly, the ghost soon begins terrorizing the girls and their family to an eerie extent! Is this scarier than the others? Tell us!

If you scare easy than an action adventure flick might be a better choice. The Three Musketeers 3D is sure to bring thrills as the classic novel is brought to viewers in larger than life form. Orlando Bloom in 3D?! Sounds like this movie will be swashbuckling good time! 

Also opening in limited release is the indie flick Martha Marcy May Marlene staring the lovely Elizabeth Olsen. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think!

Finally, there is the loosely based on true events drama, Margin Call. This one stars heavy hitters such as Demi Moore, Kevin Spacey and Zachary Quinto as powerful executives facing a major financial downturn on Wall Street.

Margin Call, Paranormal Activity 3 and The Three Musketeers will no doubt vie for the number one spot. Which flick will you choose to watch? Tell us by voting in our poll!

 

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  • danielleakame
    danielleakame

    saw paranormal activity 3 and it is creepy. didnt think it could get creepier...add creepy possessed kids. yep...

  • Sheldon Ashcroft
    Sheldon Ashcroft

    Just like with Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Too Big to Fail which were also about the global recession, Margin Call is a very important movie. The Musketeers movies have been done to death and have become increasingly repetitious and monotonous. How many times have they made this same movie already? It’s the same story, just with different actors.

  • Kaylee Jameson
    Kaylee Jameson

    ‘Margin Call’, ‘The Mighty Macs’, ‘Oranges and Sunshine’, ‘Retreat’, ‘The Reunion’ and ‘Snowmen’ should have all gotten a nationwide theatrical release. If they were given a fair chance, any one of them could have been No. 1 this week. They all have interesting casts (‘Margin Call’ – Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Zachary Quinto, Penn Badgley, Simon Baker, Mary McDonnell, Demi Moore, Stanley Tucci) (‘The Mighty Macs’ – Carla Gugino, David Boreanaz, Marley Shelton, Ellen Burstyn) (‘Oranges and Sunshine’ – Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving) (‘Retreat’ – Cillian Murphy, Jamie Bell, Thandie Newton) (‘The Reunion’ – John Cena, Ethan Embry, Michael Rispoli, Amy Smart) (‘Snowmen’ – Ray Liotta, Christopher Lloyd) with some stars who should be doing more mainstream movies. I would have liked to see how they would have done commercially if released nationwide and they deserve better than to go unnoticed by the public now.

 
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