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  1. Saturday estimates SPECTRE 124M/220M Les Aventures d'Anthony 16.5M/26.4M Exfiles 2 15.2M/206M Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 6M/184M Hotel 2 3.7M/109M
    6 points
  2. So...Friday updates...Bond pretty good actually, nearly £2m. As expected Lady in the Van really strong £0.62m start. Steve Jobs respectable but not great £0.24, whereas Brooklyn is having an impressive sub 20% drop from last week with £0.23m.
    4 points
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  4. Updated schedule: Date Tittle 片名 Distributor 11/20 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pat 2 饥饿游戏3:嘲笑鸟 Talent 11/20 A Fool 一个勺子 Heng Ye 11/20 The Transporter Refueled 玩命速递:重启之战 Fundamental Films 11/25 The Martian 火星救援 CFGC 11/27 Bad Guys Always Die 坏蛋必须死
    3 points
  5. Arthur Pendragon has been permanently banned for being a double account for Fullbuster.
    2 points
  6. 6.2 / 15 Comedy musical about a man who joins a dancing club where crazy things are about to happen. Ay-ay-ay! Special Screenings
    1 point
  7. 6/15 Action film about a driver and his crazy partner! The Dancing of the Dancers
    1 point
  8. Its always in Yuan in these updates. First number is daily number and last is total.. devide by around 6.4 to get in $
    1 point
  9. Yuan.. Example: In the above numbers for SPECTRE 124M(Million yuans) is Saturday's figure and 220M is total Figure for that movie in million Yuans
    1 point
  10. Can somebody list the top 10 best opening weekends in France, please? Thanks!
    1 point
  11. 2 / 5.3 - He is! Comedy about a man in jail who wants to get out of jail because his cellmates terrible piano playing is driving him crazy, that and some other reasons, but I'm too lazy to list them, bah!! Headlights
    1 point
  12. 6 / 17 - THAT THING!! Thriller about two in-training engineers who must stop a train that's headed for destruction, when the conductor on board gets knocked off. A Failure To The Beat
    1 point
  13. 23/63 Thriller about a man who finds out that he must stop a dreaded thing! Stop the Train!
    1 point
  14. 6/17-made 15M in Italy for who knows what reason. Thriller about a power outage in LA that causes massive attacks-that be creepy watching this in LA then. Locked Up
    1 point
  15. 42k total Comedy about a man who sues his own boss when he runs out of cash. Doesn't end well naturally. The Lights Go Off
    1 point
  16. 5 / 14 Drama about a man who takes a drive across the country, in search of a place he can call home. Close The Doors
    1 point
  17. All the nation's seniors will shop up for LitV, expecting a £2m debut. Spectre is slowing down based on matinees, but will update yous when I get home in an hour.
    1 point
  18. 3/8 Comedy about a weatherman and his amazing forecasts that soon go wrong! Monsters on the Run
    1 point
  19. 148 minutes. Holy shit. This was fucking endless. The villain was the dullest thing ever. A complete waste of Christoph Waltz. Monica Bellucci has 5 minutes screen time and Batista says one fucking word. The connection to the other movies with the ring/magic blood was hilarious. A huge disappointment.
    1 point
  20. Corpse Usual Locations - Saturday Seating/Showtime Counts (66% of Market) 11/14 [Sat.] #Seats [#Theaters/#Showings], Film (Dis.) Week in Release 305,555 [218/1,085], Mozu (Toho) Week 2 251,463 [183/925], The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Warner Bros.) NEW 244,522 [214/1,013], Grasshopper (Shochiku) Week 2 166,146 [150/726], Last Knights (Gaga) NEW 149,657 [163/694], Everest (Toho-Towa) Week 2 120,605 [221/746], Pan (Warner Bros.) Week 3 115,627 [205/776], My Love Story!! (Toho) Week 3 112,149 [217/805], Galaxy Turnpike (Toho) Week 4 82,794 [141/461], Princess Pr
    1 point
  21. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/good-dinosaur-film-review-840011 http://variety.com/2015/film/reviews/the-good-dinosaur-review-1201639759/ http://www.thewrap.com/the-good-dinosaur-review-pixars-prehistoric-tale-improves-as-it-evolves/ http://www.screendaily.com/reviews/the-good-dinosaur-review/5096838.article?blocktitle=REVIEWS&contentID=40296 Well, they all should go down as fresh, but I guess you can pretty much give the critics choice to Inside Out right about now. I hope the movie's familiarity won'
    1 point
  22. That stupid short was annoying for my wife and I. I'd have rather had another 5min of Peanuts. POST CREDIT SCENE It's all of about 5 seconds but there is a non-verbal post credit scene that ties into the movie after the last music credits roll.
    1 point
  23. TO go back a bit I think that Casino Royale and Happy Feet might be a better scenario. They ended up within a few million OW of each other. BTW, I was expecting some feedback from those advance screening on the net. Not getting any.
    1 point
  24. Bond aged out pretty badly in the 80's. Not against the film's quality, but the 80's films were like your parents trying to stay hip and with it after time and popularity had passed them. I blame Moonraker obvious Star Wars cash grab (even though it was a huge success) and the never-ending sting of latching 80's trends to the Bond formula. The same thing happened with the 70's films (blaxploitation, martial arts, and disco). The 6 year gap created interest, the Soviet Union's collapse removed Bond's old enemies from the picture and created dangerous new ground, and Brosnan was an immens
    1 point
  25. Variety ‏@Variety 2m2 minutes ago Daniel Craig says he’d rather kill himself than do another #JamesBond movie http://bit.ly/1PiVbfs Clickbait but also great marketing imo
    1 point
  26. I agree about Quantum Of Solace. A rushed production schedule and writer's strike hurt the film. Taking this discussion a little further, I think that Bond's box office over the last 20 years is comparable to the Batman films. 1995 Goldeneye: $352 Million Batman Forever: $336 Million 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies: $333 Million Batman & Robin: $238 Million 2005 Batman Begins: $374 Million 2006 Casino Royale: $599 Million 2008 The Dark Knight: $1 Billion Quantum Of Solace: $586 Million 2012 Skyfall: $1.1 Billion The Dark Knight Rises: $1 Billion Spectre m
    1 point
  27. I agree. Connery's top movie was Thunderball. Roger Moore's was Moonraker. Piece Brosnan was Die Another Day. Each actor had to wait until their fourth movie to get their highest gross. Quantum of Solace should have taken more, but the plot was not satisfying. Had that had the same quality as Casino Royale and Skyfall, it would have taken a lot more money, and we would see that the Daniel Craig movies had incrementally increased with each film. There is no reason to think that will be reversed. In North America, every Bond movie has increased its gross since 1989.
    1 point
  28. Movie is a month away. Why watch another trailer that spoils more? Sorry, I've been on a big anti-trailer kick the last two months.
    1 point
  29. It really isn't. It's not Skyfall but Another Way to Die is such hot garbage that I'll happily take Smith's vocals over that.
    1 point
  30. Bond films rarely need the same kind of hype as other blockbusters. A couple of times they've enjoyed a perfect storm, like with Skyfall, but there have been so many entries that by now people know whether they want to see these movies and their performances should be judged accordingly. SPECTRE has had mediocre marketing, though.
    1 point
  31. Smith made a good stab at the worst Bond song ever but yes, Madonna still wears that crown. Either way I'm genuinely annoyed I'll have to endure four minutes of it at the cinema.
    1 point
  32. Yeah, not one of the better Bond songs. 1. A View to a Kill 2. Skyfall 3. Goldfinger 4. For Your Eyes Only 5. You Know My Name 6. The Living Daylights 7. GoldenEye 8. Nobody Does It Better Live and Let Die is a good song, but it's not what I think of when I think Bond. The only Bond songs I'd definitely rank this one ahead of are Die Another Day, The Man With the Golden Gun (worst song and worst movie, IMO), and maybe some of the earlier ones. License to Kill, Moonraker, and You Only Live Twice are all pretty forgettable.
    1 point
  33. Maybe they can remix it, "Summertime Sadness" style (though it was a much better song to begin with, a memorable melody, for starters). I hadn't heard "All Time High" until today...another reminder that these songs can't all be winners.
    1 point
  34. http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=45414 Available next Thursday (September 24)
    1 point
  35. As someone who recently watched all of the Bond movies, I think it comes down to the "fit" of the character for the era. Roger Moore's Bond descended into deep camp territory by the end of his run and was pretty much a joke. Dalton's Bond was basically Craig's Bond 20 years too early, Dalton's Bond would have made bank at the box office if the same movies were released in 2006 onwards when reboots and a darker tone came into vogue as opposed to the more optimistic tones of the 80s. Brosnan's Bond is basically the perfect fit for that era. Brosnan's Bond movies went to extreme lengths to en
    1 point
  36. My OLS booking came to 67.50 for 3 tickets. Damn the allure of the royal circle!
    1 point
  37. Lol, this rings very true. But it seems to work, and is part of the reason Bond will outlive our grandchildren.
    1 point
  38. The one company booking the BFI IMAX deal is pretty shitty service to their average customers. That said, they seem to loose the big opening Saturday screenings for random reasons so they probably don't care much.
    1 point
  39. The posters for Daniel Craig´s Bond never have been great. This one is not that bad. Apparently another sites are claiming that the running time is even longer at 155 minutes.
    1 point
  40. I didn't mean him as a person, I meant him as an actor. I haven't seen any evidence from any of his (terrific) acting work that suggests his performance would be in line with other Bonds. I personally couldn't give a shit about Bond as I hate the franchise and loathe the character, couldn't care less if he is white or black, gay or straight, whatever. I just mean in comparison to other previous actors playing the role.
    1 point
  41. But it's the size of the audience, and whether or not it's being shown in IMAX that sways me. If it were being shown in 70mm/15pf at the BFI, that would make a more difficult choice, but if it's IMAX Digital, it's not a contest. If an IMAX film is digital, the cineworld in Crawley is a much better experience IMO.
    1 point
  42. Hah, on the other hand the film is specially formatted for IMAX (select scenes intended originally for IMAX cameras were shot with spherical lenses & the Arri 65), biggest screen in the country, an even bigger likelihood of a sellout within minutes....
    1 point
  43. Seems like YT views shot up overnight, nearly 5 million now after another 12 hours after debut.
    1 point
  44. This is Sony though (for the time being). Wonder if the Bond rights will remain with Sony or move to WB to join literally every other MGM property.
    1 point
  45. He's the guy who runs the secret evil organisation that's behind the other guy who runs that other secret evil organisation. duh.
    1 point
  46. I remember Skyfall being released in Portugal in the same day as the UK. Together with many other countries.
    1 point


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