This film has not been scored.
What's your score?
Do you have news, reviews or comments for 'The Upside'?
Highest chart position: 8
Weeks on box office: 2
The bricks were back in town this week in the US as The Lego Movie 2 went into cinemas and topped the chart on its debut weekend.
Following in the footsteps of the $250 million grossing The lego Movie the follow up hits cinemas this week with a $35 million debut.
Worryingly this is way lower than the originals nearly $70 million opening and could mean trouble ahead for the brick movie.
20 years after Mel Gibson starred in What Women Want we get a female slant on the same story as Taraji P. Henson stars as a woman who can hear the thoughts of men around her.
The new comedy enters the US box office at number 2 and takes $19 million on its debut.
Despite the controversy its star Liam Neeson may have caused during the week his new film hits number 3 on the box office this week.
With a debut of $10.8 million its a fairly run of the mill opening weekend for the Irish star.
The Kevin Hart Dramatic Comedy this week falls to number 4 with a $7.2 million weekend which takes its total to $85.8 million after 5 weeks of release.
Falling to number 5 this week is last weeks number 1 film which takes $6.4 million on its fourth week of release to take its total to just under $100 million, it should reach that milestone by next weekend.
It was the Super Bowl over the weekend in America and with no notable new relases Glass remained at the top with The Upside not far behind, Miss Bala was the top new film.
M. Night Shyamalan phycological comic book triller spends its third weekend at the top with a $9.5 million weeeknd.
This pushes the films US total gross to $88.6 million and leaving the $100 million mark close.
The Kevin Hart starring movie spends its third weekend at number 2 taking $8.85 million which gives it a total gross of $75.5 million.
Highest new entry of the week is at 3, directed by Catherine Hardwicke and starring Gina Rodriguez the stylish action film takes $6.7 million on its debut.
James Wan's DC comic book film is still doing very well 7 weeks in and this week is at 4 and takes $4.7 million taking its US gross to an excellent $323.5 million.
Finishing off the top five in this very quiet weekend is the Oscar nominated animation which boosts its US total to $175.2 million after a $4.4 million weekend.
With nothing of note in the way of new releases it was easy for M. Night Shyamalan Glass to stay at the top of the box office while The Kid Who Would Be King is the highest new film at 4.
Hanging on for a second week at the top is the Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy triple header which takes $19.04 million on its second weekend.
This brings the films total US gross to $79.5 million punching its way to the $100 million mark.
With a virtually static top 5 the Kevin Heart comedy drama is at 2 this week with a $12.2 million weekend on its third outing, this brings the films total gross to $61.1 million.
Still pulling in audiences on its 6th weekend to the tune of $7.3 million is the DC monster which boosts its total US gross to $316.5 million.
Entering the box office at number 4 this week, and the only change in the top 5, is the fantasy adventure from director Joe Cornish and starring Rebecca Ferguson.
While not pulling in the audience like the studio would have liked it still manages a $7.2 million opening weekend.
The award winning animated feature takes $6.15 million on its 7th weekend boosting its US total to $169 million.
All change again at the top of the global box office with M. Night Shyamalan new film Glass taking over from Aquaman, there were no other new film on the top 10.
M. Night Shyamalan brings his blend of mystery and story twists to his latest film which this week takes over at the top of the global box office.
The film which stars Samual L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and James McAvoy takes $90 million from 56 counties on its debut weekend.
Still doing well on a global level is the Transformers movie which this week is at 2 and takes $25 million from 65 countries to bring its total global gross to $412.3 million.
Falling from the top spot this week after celebrating the $1 billion goal the DC movie takes $24.6 million from 80 countries which boosts its total to an amazing $1.06 billion.
After an impressive debut last week the Kevin Hart comedy/Drama is at 4 this week taking $17.7 million from 44 countries which boosts its total global gross to $48 million.
Finishing off the top 5 this week is the horror film Escape room which is still showing in 17 countries and take $14.7 million for a $53 total gross.
All change for another weekend at the US box office as M. Night Shyamalan new film Glass takes over with one of the directors best openings.
Despite being a celebrated director M. Night Shyamalan hasn't had the easiest of times with his movies, but last year he hit the big time again with Split and now he hits the top with a sequel or sorts.
The film makes its debut at number 1 knocking The Upside off with $40.5 million, which is a touch above Split's debut.
Falling to number 2 this week after a single week at the top the comedy drama takes $15.6 million to boost its total to $43.9 million after 2 weekends.
Still riding high this week is the DC Universe movie which has turned into the biggest grossing movie from the comic book series.
The film takes $10.3 million this week which pushes its US total past the $300 million mark to $304.3 million.
The smash hit animation goes wider this week and goes to number 4 with a $8.7 million weekend which brings its total US gross to $19.5 million.
The Animated film from Sony continues its incredible run on the box office sitting at number 5 this week with $7.25 million which brings its total US gross to $158.2 million.