Which movies made you laugh the hardest?

By Jessica T. Ho / Staff reporterOn the day after a tornado ripped through New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina struck in a matter of days, leaving hundreds of thousands without power.

The next day, a pair of films came out in the United States that were instantly loved by audiences.

One of the films was “A Fistful of Dollars,” a movie set in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina that earned $1 million in its opening weekend and grossed more than $100 million worldwide.

But the second film, “Blue” was less than half that.

Blue, the fourth film in the series, opened to $7.4 million in the U.S. on a budget of $100,000 and earned $25 million domestically.

The film earned $20 million worldwide and took in more than half of the total box office grosses of all four films.

It was one of only two films to break the $100-million mark, the other being “Crocodile Dundee,” which opened to about $80 million domestically and earned over $400 million worldwide, including the top spot in the box office chart.

Blue has a number of unique elements to it.

It’s a horror film set in a post-Katrina New Orleans.

It takes place in the aftermath of a massive storm, with some characters being stranded in a city without power for weeks on end.

It also features a lot of the same actors and actors, including Jason Statham and Jessica Chastain.

And there’s a lot to love about the film.

For the most part, the film is an unsparing portrait of a New Orleans that has been ravaged by flooding and the aftermath.

There are still many things missing, but at least the people are still there.

The main character, a blind man named Michael, spends a lot more time with his wife, Sarah, than he does with his daughter.

It seems like he’s a better father than he is father.

It doesn’t help that Sarah’s mother, a widow who has lost all her wealth and has lived on her own for years, is a total wreck, constantly on the move, with no one to support her.

The film’s story centers around a man named Paul.

In his younger days, he was an avid boxer.

But his father, Paul, is out of the ring for a while, and the family lives in the gated community of “The Crescent,” which sits on the outskirts of the city.

When the tornado strikes, the family is forced to flee their home and move to “The Jungle,” a slum on the city’s outskirts, which is completely devoid of anyone but the poor.

Paul’s brother, who is a member of the “King’s Gang,” is among those who remain behind.

The movie ends with a few scenes of Paul and Sarah and their family living in the jungle, as well as of a group of people who come to the rescue.

The cast of Blue include Michael Statham as Paul; Jessica Chassane as Sarah; Jason Stathans as Mike; Jason Lee Scott as King; Jason S. Scott as Joe; Jason Michael Scott as Mike’s brother; Jessica McBride as Sarah’s aunt; David Thewlis as Billy; Andrew Robinson as Danny; Josh Statham, John Leguizamo, and James McQuillan as the “Jungle People.”