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This feels like a weak attempt at trying to get the "Chartz" part relevant.

Next thing you know we will be officially reporting on politics.

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I dont really see the point when there are already sites that do this and much better. If you're going to branch out than it should be with something that's not already extremely accessible because people who are interested in box office data will just check out boxofficemojo where they have an extensive amount of data to look at.

When the herd loses its way, the shepard must kill the bull that leads them astray.

Why not?

Though an effort would be needed to make sure it is something that is discussed in the forums.

I hate to post it here...since it is off topic. But if you want to be relevant in videogames or movies or whatever, you must fix the mobile site. It is imperitive. Most people just aren't using PCs or laptops for their online experience.

To be honest, I'm not really into Box Office Charts. But since Video Game Charts are going to continue, I see no problem here.

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Since most that replied in the article posted here too then I don't want to be left out.
a) I'm all for it
b) for those that are not , would there be an option to "hide" those stories kind of like how we do it with political threads now? Out of site out of mind would seem to quell the objections I would think.

As long as it doesn't contribute or lead to possible spoilers. avoid getting banned for inactivity, I may have to resort to comments that are of a lower overall quality and or beneath my moral standards.

I probably won't be looking at it too much, but it doesn't harm my experience with the site :D

I rather get the old game charts back

Genius aint it more charts about videogames

Last edited by kirby007 - on 11 September 2019

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I always look at the weekly box office, but not sure how I feel about it being here. I guess I would like it if it generates good discussion.