Cocktails and Movies: Whaddya Got On Tap? 4/14/17

by Tim Barley & Mike Reyes

Fate of the Furious looks to run down the competition


cocktails and movies whaddya got on tap 4.14.17

There’s only one big movie opening this weekend, but boy is it a biggie! The gang all returns, with all their cars and a new villianness. And a submarine! Fate should just about take ALL the money this weekend, but who will take the next nine spots?

Let’s see what’s new this week.

— C&M —

Just the one big opening this weekend.

Fate of the Furious    Fate of the Furious

Distributor: Universal Pictures
Director: F. Gary Gray
Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, everyone
Rating: PG-13
Run Time: 136 mins

Official Synopsis: When a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of terrorism and a betrayal of those closest to him, the crew face trials that will test them as never before.’s Take: You know you’re going to go see it. Maybe not this weekend, but you will.

― C & M ― 

Duwayne’s Pick: 

Mike’s Pick: I really don’t know what to see this weekend, as I saw Fate this past week and… well, it’s an ok movie, with some spectacular moments. But it says something about the franchise as a whole, and it’s not the rosiest of messages. When my review is online, you’ll be able to see it here.

Tim’s Pick: I’m going to sneak out and go see Fate sometime this weekend. And maybe some I am behind on.

― C & M ―

The Weekend Top Five:

1. Fate of the Furious – 16 years and this franchise can still find a way to create a buzz
Estimated Weekend: $115 million

2. Boss Baby – surprising and still holding
Estimated Weekend: $15 million

3. Beauty and the Beast –  making over $1 billion worldwide and still going…
Estimated Weekend: $12 million

4. Smurfs  – we need a number four
Estimated Weekend: $5 million

5. The Case for Christ – still my surprise movie…
Estimated Weekend: $4 million

— C&M —

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We’ll see you around over the weekend, but until then make sure to treat your films and your drinks with equal responsibility. Skip the bad movies, and know when to say “No” to that refill! Though calling an Uber or Lyft is always an option as well!