17 February 2013 12:02 PM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Winners Of The Week: Critic-Proof Movies. A Good Day to Die Hard earned some of the worst reviews in the Bruce Willis franchise's 25-year history, but that didn't stop it from debuting at Number One. According to studio estimates, it blew away moviegoers to the tune of $25.0 million from Friday to Sunday. Add to that its earnings from opening Thursday and its projected earnings on President's Day on Monday, that's an estimated $38.7 million debut. That's also below the $50 million experts had predicted for the five-day weekend, but hey, winning is winning. »

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