At the dollar theater are two movies that jump out: "After Earth" starring Will and Jaden Smith, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and "The Internship," starring vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. One wonders if studio executives thought these movies would be huge. A sci.-fi. movie with a big star and director who's had big box office even if they've been critical failures ("The Village," "The Last Airbender") and a broad comedy with two of our more likable male stars, set in one of the most successful companies. Are these two facets of the cinema things of the past? "R.I.P.D." got ripped by critics and debuted at 6th in the box office, while "The Heat," luring both female and male audiences, opened huge and has sustained its legs, probably on its way to taking in $200 million U.S. What separates the successes from the underperformers?