Much like the original "Blade Runner," this gorgeous, impressive sequel is struggling to get the average moviegoer to the theater.
"American Made," "It" and "Kingsman" were in a virtual three-way tie at the box office to kick off the fall movie season.
The sequel lagged behind box-office expectations but did manage to beat the original "Kingsman" debut by about $3 million.
"Mother!" earned an F on Cinemascore, which measures audience reception. For context, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" got a B-minus.
After just three days in theaters, "It" has broken at least six different box-office records on its way to $117 million.
The box office made $64 million this weekend. The last time it did that poorly, "Hardball" was in theaters.
Despite a score on the low end of the Tomatometer, "The Hitman's Bodyguard" scored high marks where it counts: the ticket counter.
Having spent just over $80 million to produce all four "Conjuring" films, the return on investment for Warner Bros. is about 12 times that.
With an 18 percent Rotten Tomatoes score and a mediocre $19.5 million weekend, "The Dark Tower" struggled its way into first place.
While "The Emoji Movie" didn't flop at the box office, it did face-plant with critics — it holds a regrettable 8 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
"Rough Night," "Baywatch" and "Snatched" all tanked in their domestic openings, but "Girls Trip" has already made its money back.
After five films, "Spider-Man" is back in the hands of Marvel Studios, and fans and critics are loving it.