Of course, there was no way that Braff was going to de-throne Spider-Man 3, even with mixed reviews. However, it also couldn't match La Lohan's Georgia Rule and a bunch of other flicks. With a weekend gross of just $1,355,000, The Ex slid into to a comfortably disappointing #12, after the 7-weeks-out Blades of Glory. Is this final confirmation that Braff is a one-hit wonder (Did anyone like The Last Kiss?), or that he should stick to his own material? As much as I liked Garden State, what would bother me much more than Braff being washed up is that Jason Bateman will once again fade into oblivion. Luckily, Bateman has a number of chances to wipe away this professional blip, such as Peter Berg's The Kingdom and Tonight, He Comes. As for Zach, he's uhh, got Chicken Little?
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