Out of the movies which hit theaters for the March 7th weekend in 2014, two of them earned enough at the box office to be in the Top 10 at the box office. How did they fare?

300: Rise of an Empire

  • Currently rated 51.5%.
    • 20% Rated It Regular (above average)
    • 60% Rated It Half-Popped (average)
    • 10% Rated It Stale (below average)
    • 10% Rated It Burnt (terrible)
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  • Placed 1st at the box office with $45 M

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

In limited release, Wes Anderson’s latest film The Grand Budapest Hotel was released in four theaters. It was still able to make it into the Top 20, hitting $811k in earnings, with a per-theater average more than 10-times the amount earned by any other film in the top 20. It’s 86.67% rating makes it the highest rated film of 2014 thus far.

Of the other notable new(-ish) films at the box office:

For all other films at the box office, be sure to check out the entire box office slate.