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New York Post
30 Sep 2023


NextImg:‘Saw X’ chops away at box office competition on its opening night

“Saw X” quickly chopped away at its competition.

The tenth installment in the “Saw” franchise took in $8 million on its opening night Friday, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.

The horror flick, which cost a paltry $10 million to produce, “manages to make you feel something beyond gross-out adrenaline,” New York Times said.

Landing in second place was “PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie,” which also opened on Friday, with $6.8 million in sales.

The computer-animated superhero comedy — based on Nickelodeon’s children’s TV series — stars characters voiced by Kim Kardashian and her daughter, Saint West, along with James Marsden and Kristen Bell.

The flick is a sequel to the 2021 original and The Hollywood Reporter said the four-legged franchise is “pitched directly to very young viewers, with little of the sly humor that might amuse their adult chaperones.”

Landing in second place was “PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie,” which also opened on Friday.
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The Creator
Sci-fi action thriller “The Creator,” whose plot centers around the aftermath of a nuclear bomb set off by AI-equipped robots in Los Angeles, came in third place.
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Sci-fi action thriller “The Creator,” whose plot centers around the aftermath of a nuclear bomb set off by AI-equipped robots in Los Angeles, came in third with a $5.6 million take.

The Wall Street Journal said “the more the film trumpets its thematic seriousness, the sillier it gets.”

“The Nun II,” which was in first place last week, dropped to fourth, earning $1.325 million.

Trailing in fifth was “Dumb Money,” with $1.3 million in sales.