- Speaking of Pain & Gain, The Los Angeles Times reports that the movie is expected to debut at the top spot at the U.S. box office with $23 million. As noted earlier, the movie was produced on a $25 million budget, with The Rock and Mark Wahlberg receiving a percentage of the film's profits as opposed to a salary.
- Reviews for Pain & Gain continue to be pretty much split down the middle. The movie remains at a 48% at movie aggregator site RottenTomatoes.com. Of the 101 reviews counted, 53 have been negative and the remaining 48 are positive.
- Have you seen the film? If so, how does it compare with The Rock's other movies? Sound off in the "Comments" section below.
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