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  1. October 31 Weekend Actuals1. Thor 2 - $2,063,913 (opening weekend actual, $52,980 PTA)2. Rigor Mortis - $1,289,9463. Captain Phillips - $1,225,4484. Prisoners - $193,491 (opening weekend actual, $9,213 PTA)5. Like Father, Like Son - $167,692 (opening weekend actual, $12,899 PTA)Outstanding for Thor 2. It nearly doubled Thor's opening weekend. I think 5m is a lock with this number. Rigor Mortis equally shined at #2. Let's see if it has enough momentum to get to 2m. Captain Phillips held up nicely. Prisoners did alright. Like Father, Like Son had a very good opening weekend.
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  2. China Box Office Market: A long Term Forecast Year Box Office (M/RMB) Box Office (M/US$) Change (%) Screens (Year End) Theaters (Year End) IMAX Screens Attendance (Million) A.T.P (RMB) Films Screened 100M+ RMB Grossers 100M+ US$ Grossers #1 Film (M/$) 2002 950 114.78 6.7% 1834 1019 3 NA NA 102 1 0 $30 2003 1100 132.9 15.8% 2285 114
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  3. Full article: Excellent weekend. Half term gave a big boost to films. DM2 and MU still going too! Captain Phillips looks like it'll hit $25m, or get very close to it.
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  4. Ian Sandwell ‏@ian_sandwell39m UK top five: Thor: TDW (£8.6m); Cloudy 2 (£2.1m); Captain Phillips (£1.6m); Philomena (£1.5m); Turbo (£1.3m) - http://www.screendaily.com/box-office/thor-the-dark-world-tops-uk-chart/5063198.article?blocktitle=MORE-TOP-NEWS&contentID=40294 …
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  5. On Sunday Thor 2 increased by 18%. That's a very nice surprise. Other movies also increased.
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  6. Shouldn't this thread be called Star Trek 13? (Since, you know, it's the 13th ST movie. The presence of old Leonard Nimoy indicates that they are in fact all part of the same multiverse.)
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  7. A normal man gets his car fixed at a mechanic, but after accidentally being fixed with wheels possessed by Satan, the man ends up using his car as a weapon of ultimate destruction. The ultimate B-movie masterpiece. Where The Days Go
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  8. I personally can say I REALLY didn't like Iron Man 3. Very uninspired and dull movie. Well, everyone with their own opinion, but that doesn't mean they 'claim' to hate it. It's not like it's some kind of universally acclaimed master piece that only a few people hate.
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  9. It wouldn't surprise me, you all like to jump on the bandwagons. Apparently nobody on this site likes Transformers but they all seem to have seen all 3 movies...
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  10. You are not in the minority, People liked the film, only hardcore geeks on sites like these 'claim' to hate it.
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  11. Korean Box Office Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr) Week-end # Movies Week-end 2013.11.01 ~ 2013.11.03 Total 1 Thor: The Dark World 827 625 1 053 079 2 Gravity 341 028 2 316 190 3 Blood and Ties (공범 ) 306 923 1 339 335 4 NO-BREATH (노브레싱) 190 807 285 067 5 Days of Wrath (응징자) 98 415 147 971 6 Wish - 2013 (소원) 56 633 2 647 727 7 Hwayi : A Monster Boy (화이 : 괴물을 삼킨 아이) 48 251 2 370 613 8 Snowflake the White Gorilla (Floquet de Neu, 2011) 28 815 30 977 9 Captain Phillips 27 269 219 083 10 Top Star (톱스타) 9 278 164 215
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  13. Gravity this weekend. I'm gonna say an opening of around £6-6.5m ($10m-ish).
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  14. Lose some on Mon, lose most on Fri. NYSM total just over 140M. Run basically closed.
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  15. Roughly $4.7 million “THOR: THE DARK WORLD” MUSCLES WAY TO NO.1, GROSSES P199.84M IN 5 DAYS via press release MANILA, Nov. 4, 2013 – Marvel Studios' “Thor: The Dark World” thundered to the top of the Philippine box office this week, lifting the All Saints/Souls Day weekend frame (Oct 30 to Nov 3) to the highest in history – a staggering P199.84-million in five days. The epic sequel on the Mighty Avenger also hammered the record for the biggest October opening day ever at P43.4-million (established Oct 30, 2013) and biggest November opening weekend all-time surpassing previous holde
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  16. Ugh, why do I have to wait for so long for Season 4? I'm more excited about this than basically any film i can think of.
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  17. Ian Sandwell ‏@ian_sandwell 27min Philomena off to decent start in the UK with £1.4m bow from 531 screens. That marks director Stephen Frears' biggest ever opening.
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  18. Daily admissions (OW) Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Total Thor 20,466 22,338 37,071 39,375 119,250 Thor 2 30,100 32,000 55,989 55,100 173,189 Gap +9,634 +19,296 +38,214 +53,939 Thor 2's Sunday is down just -1.6% from Saturday. That's pretty good considering that only 1 Marvel-produced film has managed a better Sunday hold in the past few years. This is a good indicator of strong word
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  20. A bit soulless. It's like it''s just a movie that is out there. Rating - 6-6.5/10
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  21. Attack the Block was fantastic. I'd love to see what Cornish could do with a budget larger than fifteen cents.
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  22. *waits for that person with the cojones to make a "Star Trek 3 over Star Wars 7" club*
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  23. I know I already said this before, but this thread is awesome
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  24. Terminator Salvation was a decent film and good reset of the franchise
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  25. He should totally say that the first time he and Jake/Neytiri meet
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  26. Lol, I suppose that's true! No need to hide it. "You think two arrows to the chest can really stop me?" sounds badass, just like his character in the movie.
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  27. Glad cant wait to see what happens with the character!!! Your on PAndora!!
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  28. I meant during the battles. Even if you have the pilots in the Jaegers doesn't give it human quality. The TF's were pilotless but there was a reason for the battles and you felt that also through Sam, Banes, Lennox and the rest. Yes PAC RIM had a human element but TF's human element was more there.
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  29. It seems as you grow older, you can appreciate older films more. That does not mean that when I hit the age of 65 I will appreciate a film like Citizen Kane, but now that I am in my 40's I have a desire to see some of the greats from years past. Years ago I was too narrow minded to want to even try to appreciate older cinema and some of the screen greats. But today I love the 1957 classic, 12 ANGRY MEN.What's quite fascinating is to see the change in political and social climates since the days of black and white film. In this film, there were no black jury members, no women, and no swearing.
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