PAT: I actually liked this one. My family mostly did not.
JEFFY: Oh, really. Wow.
PAT: Yeah. Most people in mean family was like, yeah, that was terrible. But I came out of it, and I loved it.
JEFFY: Most of the Star Wars people that we ran into, liked it. And I know you're a Star Wars guy.
PAT: Yeah. I will say this, loved Star Wars. Always have. This one is actually interesting. If you look at Rotten Tomatoes, it got huge -- great reviews from critics. Ninety percent of critics gave it thumbs up, whereas the audience is only about -- I think it was 52 or 54 percent. Which is really low, especially for Star Wars.
PAT: And it's the opposite of what a Star Wars movie usually is.
JEFFY: But what's good about the Star Wars movie is it hasn't made any money at all.
PAT: $517 million domestically. It's over a billion worldwide.
JEFFY: Yeah. Unbelievable.
PAT: It was number one over the weekend. And I think for the four days, it brought in 68 million, which is pretty good in week three. But it's on a slower pace than the Force Awakens by quite a bit. At this point, the Force Awakens was at 750 million. This one is at 517 or 530, or something like that.
JEFFY: Oh, wow.
PAT: Yeah. So it's lagging behind. But still, I mean, it's still huge.
JEFFY: No kidding. But it's lagging behind probably because more people feel like your family. They're not going back again.
PAT: I think so. And there are some problems with it. And I won't explain my problem with it, in case you haven't seen it. Because it would give away some things. And I'm sure you wouldn't appreciate it.
JEFFY: No go ahead.
PAT: But I liked it the best since Return of the Jedi.
JEFFY: That was a long time. Wow.
PAT: Yeah. So that was number one. Jumanji was number two, the reboot with The Rock.
JEFFY: That guy cannot do wrong, man.
PAT: He really can't. Pitch Perfect was number three. Greatest Showman. And then Ferdinand.
JEFFY: I have to see the Showman. I really want to see that. I was told that was really good.
PAT: Really? Isn't that about Barnum?