'Cloverfield' Breaks Records   

January 20, 2008 Buoyed by positive reviews and lack of an R rating, "Cloverfield" made $41 million in its weekend -- and sequel talk is already raging. With Monday a federal holiday, the film is set to break records. It was the highest opening weekend for any January movie ever.

Check out Steve Biodrowski's coverage of the film's opening night here and his review of the film.


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