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The Five Year Engagement Might Dethrone Think Like A Man!

Unless something crazy happens, it looks like The Five Year Engagement might squeak past Think Like A Man for the #1 spot this weekend at the movies!! If for some reason it doesn't, though they seem to be performing today as expected, those two flicks will be landing at #1 and #2 anyway. So that means [...]
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