Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show courtesy 20th Century Fox
The cult of Rocky Horror the selling of Sicko a remake of 13 Tzameti and more movie questions answeredSend your movie questions to FlickChickSee Maitland McDonagh and Ken Fox review this weeks new flicks in Movie TalkHear Maitland on the weekly TVGuide Talk podcastQuestion Do you think The Rocky Horror Picture Show would still be considered a classic if the midnight screenings with audience participation had never occurred LisaFlickChick Im not sure that anyone considers The Rocky Horror Picture Show 1975 a classic now but its a major league cult item and I dont think that would be the case had it not been for the audience participation factor I can tell you from my own experience that I saw it when it opened and thought it was simultneously dull and camp and that some of the voices especially Susan Sarandons were so unsuited to the music that they were hard to listen to Granted I saw the original Broadway production of The Rocky Horror Show and t
Ratatouille courtesy Pixar/Disney
Ratatouille topped the weekend box office with a $47.2 million debut, yet fell shy of the $50-65 million opening that experts had estimated. What's more, it was Pixar's smallest bow since 1998's A Bug's Life, and is on pace to be the studio's third straight project to underperform its predecessor.Coming in second was Bruce Willis and the Mac guy's Live Free or Die Hard, which took in $33.2 mil for the weekend (and $48.2 mil dating back to its Wednesday debut). Rounding out the top five were Evan Almighty ($15.1 mil), 1408 ($10.6 mil) and Fantastic Four 2 ($9 mil).Michael Moore's Sicko opened at No. 9 (with $4.5 mil) while the estrogen-tastic Evening bowed in the 10 spot with $3.5 mil.