Sunday, July 21, 2013

Ryan Reynolds' 'RIPD' gets buried at the box office

On the other end of the spectrum, Universal's R.I.P.D., which cost $130 million to produce, may only open in the $9 million to $12 million range. Based on the comic book Rest in Peace Department by Peter M. Lenkov, the 

Dead people aren't dead, or at least they're not taking it lying down. They're coming back into the world, squeaking through the cracks and trying to keep some semblance of their lives up.

They're among the best lawmen who ever lived. And died.

Filled with the kind of stilted repartee and magic-guns-blazing shenanigans one would expect but with none of the verve or originality one would hope for, "R.I.P.D." at least has Jeff Bridges, but even though the once-and-forever Dude abides by the

Dash Text: Based on the upcoming 3D supernatural action-adventure film, R.I.P.D., you and a partner will take up the holsters of two lawmen dispatched to the otherworld to protect and serve the living from an increasingly 

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Ryan Reynolds' 'RIPD' gets buried at the box office

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