With a swift flick of a wand, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 has magically swept the nation. The final film in the popular series, which raked in $168.6 million dollars (all figures US) at the North American box office, now holds the record for the biggest opening weekend (both domestically and across the world) as well as the biggest first day. Worldwide the film has so far earned $481 million. Tribute.ca users ranked the film four out of five stars.
The robots fought hard this weekend with Transformers: Dark of the Moon sliding into second place earning $21.3 million over the weekend for a $302.8 million total with tribute.ca user reviews giving it four out of five stars. The comedy Horrible Bosses came in third earning $17.6 this weekend, which added to its total of $60 million with tribute.ca user reviews giving it four out of five stars.
The family films of the summer held their own in the top five with Kevin James’ Zookeeper taking in $12.3 million for a $42.3 million total, while the animated Disney film Cars 2 dropped to fifth, with $8.3 million with at total of $165.3 million.