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‘Sound of Freedom’ Wows at Box Office Despite Media Criticism, to Cross $100M

“Sound of Freedom,” the film based on a true story of Tim Ballard’s undercover government agent work combatting child sex trafficking, continued to soar at the box office over the weekend.

Angel Studios is projecting the film will cross $100 million this week in sales after the movie moved up in the box office rankings in its second weekend in theaters, an unusual thing for a film and a sign of strong grassroots support.

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Nabbing the No. 2 spot behind the seventh “Mission: Impossible” movie, “Sound of Freedom” earned $27 million from Friday to Sunday and over $85 million since it opened on July 4, according to Box Office Mojo.

Last weekend, “Sound of Freedom” came in third behind horror film “Insidious: The Red Door” and “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” but it passed both movies this weekend boosting its weekend sales by $7.3 million.

Despite the media — including Bloomberg, Washington Post, Rolling Stone, and The Guardian — trying to criticize the film as a QAnon conspiracy flick, critics rated the movie 72% and the audience gave it 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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