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'Blind Side' Overtakes 'New Moon' at Box Office

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Taking in an estimated $20.4 million over the weekend, “Blind Side†beat vampire flick “New Moon,†which took in $15.7 million. Since the two films debuted three weeks ago, “New Moon,†without any surprises, had been the reigning champion at the box office for the first two weeks.

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I officially like this news story. Twilight? Meh. (Okay, I guess I shouldn't hate on something I've never read or seen the movie to.)

I still need to see The Blind Side. Haha.

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I officially like this news story. Twilight? Meh. (Okay, I guess I shouldn't hate on something I've never read or seen the movie to.)[/b]

You better not hate on Twilight.

*evil monkey prepares to attack*

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I saw both of these movies; save your money folks.[/b]

What are you talking about? The Blind Side was an AMAZING movie. The movie was touching, and funny, at the same time (I didn't know that was possible). It was well worth the 5 bucks, and I am definitely going to buy it when it comes out on DVD.

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The blind side was a GREAT movie. Twilight sucks. Have I seen it? Nope, and it sucks. I'll watch twilight when they have a movie with Blade in it.

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I've seen New Moon, with a friend of mine. (all we did was make fun of it, though we did like the books)

It was... pretty okay I guess.

I haven't seen the Blind Side yet, but I really want to.

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