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This long holiday weekend saw the releases of three major Oscar contenders.Call Me By Your Namehad asensationalper screen average (101,000 per screen).Darkest Houralso showed its prosthetic Churchill face for a good opening ($44,000 per screen).And then there was Pixar'sCoco,which easily trouncedJustice Leagueto take the #1 spot.Critics are raving and,more importantly,Latino critics are raving,too,as you can see at Remezclaandhere at The Film Experience亚博主页.

So let's do the box office report differently this weekend and look at this year's Animated Features...

ANIMATED FEATURES AT THE BOX OFFICE IN 2017
GROSSES AS OF NOV 26th
1.Despicable Me 3$264.3
6.Captain Underpants$73.9
2.Lego Batman Movie$175.7 7.Coco$71.1REVIEW
3.The Boss Baby$175REVIEW
8.Lego NinjaGo Movie$59
4.Cars 3$152.9 9.Smurfs: Lost Village$45REVIEW
5.The Emoji Movie$86REVIEW
10.Nutjob 2 Nutty by Nature$28.3


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