Though it wasn't the most well-reviewed movie of the year, 10,000 B.C. really cleaned up at the box office over the weekend, pulling an impressive $35 million. The film, made by Roland Emmerich, of Independence Day and Godzilla fame, did well primarily because it opened against...well, the nearest competitor was College Road Trip, the newest Martin Lawrence vehicle, which made $14 million.
Other than that, though, there wasn't much going on at the movies over the weekend, which is why 10,000 B.C. did so well. Or was it halfway decent? Why don't you tell us, and then we'll figure out whether or not we want to take Grampa TheFeed to go see it. He loves prehistoric movies.
BreitBart.com: '10,000 B.C.' Hunts Up $35.7 Million