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Box Office Breakdown: Burn After Reading Smokes Past Competition

Burn After Reading

Around this same time last year, Tyler Perry was beating George Clooney in a battle at the box office. Now the Sexiest Man Alive is having his day.

This past weekend, cineplexes were kept busy with a handful of new releases. Although each film had a chance of reaching #1, - starring Clooney, Brad Pitt and Frances McDormand - emerged as the eventual winner. But the news wasn’t so bad for the other three contenders. Theatergoers clearly starving for fresh material placed all four wide release entries into the chart’s four top slots.

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In Theaters This Weekend: September 12, 2008

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More Films Preserved in National Registry

The Library of Congress just announced its 2007 selections for the . The honor - bestowed on 25 American films each year - can be given to any picture, regardless of age.  Those placed on the list will then be preserved for all time because they are deemed “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant.  In total, 475 movies have earned this achievement.

The entries this year include:
Back to the Future

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