Looking at box office history reveals the shifting or non-shifting trends of movie audiences. Thirty years ago, comedy took home all the money; twenty years ago, it was the same story, but ten years ago, the action-packed end of an epic saga won the day.
Thirty years ago, the box office sizzled with actions, ten years later, it was laughing its way to the bank, and ten years after that, it was laughing again from a kick to the nuts.
Thirty years ago, we got a glimpse at the real princess Leia, ten years later, we’re remembering titans, and just ten years ago we were taken to a town full of criminals.
We take a look back at the box office ten, twenty, and thirty years ago at the biggest movies released in April. Then let’s predict the future!
Thirty years ago, a ghost haunted the box office, ten years later, it was a marvelous mutant invasion, and then ten years ago, the action was only all in your head.
Let’s take a look back ten, twenty, and thirty years ago at the biggest movies released in March.
Thirty years ago it was a former cop out for revenge. Ten years later, a horror film within a horror film. And ten years after that, a mind lost within itself