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Box Office Top 10

Top films for the weekend of March 4-8

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Box Office Top 10
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Ranking according to Box Office Mojo. Quantity of sexual (S), violent (V), and foul-language (L) content on a 0-10 scale, with 10 high, from Kids-In-Mind.com

1. The Batman* (PG-13) S-2 V-7 L-5

2. Uncharted* (PG-13) S-2 V-6 L-5

3. Dog* (PG-13) S-2 V-4 L-5

4. Spider-Man: No Way Home* (PG-13) S-2 V-6 L-4

5. Death on the Nile* (PG-13) S-5 V-6 L-2

6. Sing 2* (PG) S-1 V-3 L-1

7. Jackass Forever (R) S-10 V-8 L-10

8. Cyrano (PG-13) S-3 V-5 L-3

9. Gangubai Kathiawadi Not rated

10. Scream (R) S-3 V-9 L-10

*Reviewed by WORLD

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20th Century Studios

Death on the Nile suffers from an unfocused script. Most of its problems stem from Kenneth Branagh’s attempt to transform Christie’s detective story into a meditation on the meaning of love. Golden-age detective fiction doesn’t usually ­contain a love interest. - from Collin Garbarino's review of  Death on the Nile


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