Before "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" was released, there was already controversy among hardcore fans and other moviegoers.
Would the decision to expand the adaptation from two movies and into three stretch the story too thin? Would it drag?
And how would audiences react to the new 48fps frame rate, which director Peter Jackson used on the film to make it look more realistic?
[Editor's Note: The following post contains iReport movie review videos, which may be considered spoilers.]
No doubt about it, "Skyfall" already has the potential to be the biggest James Bond film ever at the box office and has won over critics, but what about Bond fans?
Moviegoers - many of whom were fresh from midnight screenings - took to iReport to post their movie reviews on video.
Did anyone go see "Shark Night 3-D" this weekend? Because according to our timeline - and according to the box office - everyone's apparently still buying tickets to see "The Help."
The controversial adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's novel may have had a somewhat bashful opening, but it's been the No. 1 movie in the country for three weekends in a row, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Helen Mirren's "The Debt," meanwhile, came in second place, but with strong reviews. Both @TraceyM1991 and @LovingLeopard had praise for the cast, which also stars Sam Worthington and Jessica Chastain. ("Apollo 18" and the aforementioned "Shark Night 3-D" landed in third and fourth place, respectively.)
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