Posted on

It was another slow weekend at the movies. Ticket sales are continuing to lag for this time of year. Other than The Avengers: Age of Ultron which hung on to the number one spot for two weeks, this year's summer releases have had a really hard time staying on top beyond opening weekend. Sadly, Entourage didn't even make it that far. After opening big to $5.4 million on Wednesday, the boys were blue-balled by the weekend and failed to finish with the projected $20 million. They barely clinched the Top 5, settling in at number 4, behind Insidious: Chapter 3 at number 3, and San Andreas at number 2.

The real winner was Spy, which topped the box office and brought in $30 million. The comedy reunites Bridesmaids (2011) director Paul Feig with stars Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne. The movie has garnered tons of positive reviews, including a glowing 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Everyone's reaction on social media seems to be along the lines of, "Holy shit this movie is actually so good!"

The rankings looked like this:

1. Spy

2. San Andreas

3. Insidious: Chapter 3

4. Entourage

5. Mad Max: Fury Road

Don't worry, people came to their senses and barely anyone went to see Aloha.