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 on: Today at 01:19:07 
Started by Blurr001 - Last post by NostradamusTheSeer
Like The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who, or The Lorax, this film is based on a kid's book and essentially is a six-minute cartoon padded out to approx. 100 minutes with slick GGI, celebrity voices, and a barrage of fair to mediocre jokes.   You can see the original adaptation here.


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 on: Today at 00:38:42 
Started by Blurr001 - Last post by MasterXtreme
The last film that is of note and we will track coming out this weekend is...

Ferdinand (December 15, 2017 release date)

Early reviews are average to poor.  This is the next film attempt by Blue Sky Studios at an animated film.  They are known for the Ice Age franchise and Rio.

The film is being released alongside the heavy hitting Star Wars film, but is expect to bring in $15–20 million from 3,600 theaters in its opening weekend in the US.  John Cena plays the role of Ferdinand.

Here are my predictions.  I predict this film will perform worse then estimates and barely achieve the production costs of $111 million.  Heck, I doubt it will even hit that in the end of it's theater run.  Expect this to be a box office bomb.
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 on: Today at 00:32:36 
Started by Smiles2us - Last post by MasterXtreme
Yeah it comes out Friday.  Surprised how few showed up. 

I'm not a Star Wars person myself, so I really couldn't care less about the film.  But there were people lining up locally at the theaters here for midnight showings... which I guess they are about thirty minutes into right now if they went to those premiers.
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 on: Today at 00:30:44 
Started by Blurr001 - Last post by MasterXtreme
Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiered on Dec 15, 2017.  The film is projected to be a hit, despite mediocre early reviews. 

In the United States, industry tracking has the film grossing around $200 million from 4,175 theaters in its opening weekend. Worldwide, the film is expected to debut to $424–440 million, including $224–240 million outside North America.[84] The estimated figure for the total the film will need to gross worldwide in order to break even is around $800 million.
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 on: Today at 00:26:11 
Started by Blurr001 - Last post by MasterXtreme
Pixar's COCO

Pixar's Coco has been released and is getting good reviews, until people realize it is all about death.  HA!  It is the fourth highest grossing Thanksgiving release film so far, yet... YET.... it is struggling in the box office.  It will easily pass it's $175 million dollar budget, but it hasn't passed it yet after the first weekend and part of another week, which... is slow for a Pixar movie. I guess what I am saying is, that it isn't drawing in people as much as other Pixar films.

The film was released a month early in Mexico and has grossed a record high $41 million.  That is more then any other movie in pequino Mexico. 

Film review

UPDATE

The film had a very poor showing in the US.  As of December 12, 2017, the film has only made $138.5 million in the US.  That is a record low for Pixar.  All other countries combined drew in  $263 million.  This will be a dud for Pixar in terms of money compared to other Pixar films, but it still drew in way more then they spent to produce it.  In that sense, it was still a box office success. 

The film has garnered positive reviews.
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 on: Today at 00:23:03 
Started by Smiles2us - Last post by playstation man
Cool.  I just got back from my private refrigerator that only I was able to view.  It was pretty good, and I am a big fan of my fridge.

Hahaha! At least it was supposeably private. Only like 4 people showed up by invite. Apperently the movie doesn't come out till Friday, but don't quote me on that.
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 on: Today at 00:22:36 
Started by Blurr001 - Last post by MasterXtreme
So this weekend, the movie everyone will talk about is the new Star Wars film.

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 on: Today at 00:21:34 
Started by Smiles2us - Last post by MasterXtreme
Cool.  I just got back from my private refrigerator that only I was able to view.  It was pretty good, and I am a big fan of my fridge.
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 on: Today at 00:20:13 
Started by RainySunshine - Last post by MasterXtreme
I haven't been able to afford anything since 2014. ;D  I've played on and off for years, and barely have made a million dollars.  Now I am content with just driving around and happy I have my apartment before all the prices were re-adjusted.  I was able to make most of my money when payouts were still good.  My friends and I would farm this one level when you flew into Fort Zancudo.  You could easily pick up $70,000 per run and it only took about 8 minutes, 5 minutes if you were really good.  We got it down to a fine science.

Then Rockstar made it more difficult to redo the same levels, then they made it even tougher and reduced payouts to barely a few thousand.  It wasn't worth the effort or time.

Then I stopped trying.
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 on: Today at 00:19:04 
Started by Smiles2us - Last post by playstation man
Woo! Just got back from a private early screening of the new Star Wars. I'm not a big star wars fan, but it was pretty good.
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