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Why Think Like A Man Topped the Box Office Again and The Five-Year Engagement Bombed [Movies]

Once again, Think Like A Man was number one at the box office this weekend. The flick, based on the insulting self-help book by comedian Steve Harvey, only cost about $12 million to make, yet has already earned $60 million. What's interesting is that some folks didn't see this coming. Grady Smith, who writes the "Inside Movies" blog for Entertainment Weekly's website, predicted that The Five-Year Engagement would win the box office with $20 million.
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