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  1. 15 points
    Great explanation, @CoolEric258 Yes, we factor in both internal tracking (Trailer Impact + social media) as well as traditional industry tracking. The latter is what most refer to as "official" tracking, but that's a misnomer in itself because the tracking everyone reads across the trades (Deadline, Variety, THR, TheWrap, etc.) is typically part of a managed set of numbers -- in other words, those are the numbers that the various trackers and/or studios want the public to see and not necessarily what the film is actually tracking at. Sometimes it's accurate...sometimes it isn't. Conversely, Boxoffice tries to weigh a balance between what films are actually tracking at versus what the-powers-that-be want the media to report (one of the advantages of being an independent outlet). @ThomasNicoleIt's also important to remember that total grosses are not "tracked". Those are merely extrapolations based on current buzz, which is why they change week-to-week (so do the opening weekend numbers) at times. "Tracking" only applies to opening weekend numbers, whereas total forecasts are based on far more debatable metrics and historical performances of similar films. A great example of this is Glass, which has been tracking at the level of Halloween for weeks now -- but you don't see that reported in the trades. You also don't see a specific reaction to reviews factored into the tracking from trades, which is shown in ours this week with a significant decrease. I'll be the first to acknowledge our missed calls on Mary Poppins and Aquaman several months out from release, but that ignores the number of other forecasts we generally hit the target on and/or acknowledge the full range of potential (or lack thereof) within the analysis itself. 2018 in general was an anomaly at times because so many films under-tracked against even the most optimistic models (one reason that it set a record by such a large margin is so impressive). Black Panther is the greatest example of that, which was basically the Avatar of the year in that no one could pinpoint how culturally impactful it would be. Similarly, you can look back at our archives and notice that our tracking steadily moved in the right direction for those films in the weeks leading up to release (shrinking the gap between Aquaman and Poppins before eventually it was clear that Aquaman was going to be the clear winner over Christmas). We also were fairly accurate with films like Halloween, A Star Is Born, House with a Clock, Grinch, Ralph, Bumblebee, Spider-Verse, The Mule, and others. Further back, some of our bigger accurate calls were for movies like Force Awakens & Last Jedi (we tracked the latter around $215M two months out from release), Dunkirk, Guardians 2, Beauty and the Beast, Logan, Doctor Strange, and others. I don't like humble-bragging, but I'm just saying... if you're going to point out the shoddy calls, at least play fair and note some of the better ones. Box office tracking is like a weather forecast. It's always imperfect and never be taken too strictly without a thorough analysis behind the numbers. It's also not unlike baseball, where you can get something right one in three at-bats and be considered a great player. The bar is a little higher in tracking, but you get the general point: it's not a perfect science, and never will be because of the human factor.
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    Damn. i just realized how long it’s been since I’ve been on here. The holiday season were brutal. what’s up everyone?
  7. 8 points
    Looks great. I'm all in for Gyllenhaal alone. Here's hoping I'm not disappointed like I was with Black Panther and Infinity War.
  8. 7 points
    DO NOT QUOTE Glass 3,106 3,978 99% of A Quiet Place's Tuesday: 49.9M 338% of Hereditary: 45.8M 31% of Jurassic World 2: 46.1M 66% of Ant-Man 2: 50.3M 173% of Equalizer 2: 62.4M 135% of The Meg: 61.3M 67% of The Nun: 36M 161% of The Predator: 39.6M 31% of Halloween: 23.5M 219% of Bumblebee: 47.4M (Xmas release) That's a real weak Tuesday bump. Is passing Ride Along even a certainty anymore? Dragon 3 Early 6,957 4,396 Captain Marvel 1,118 886
  9. 7 points
    Captain Marvel Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-51 Days and counting Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 81 8460 10608 20.25% Total Seats Sold Today: 59 .3616x as many tickets sold as Infinity War after eight days of pre-sales. 1.1226x as many tickets sold as Black Panther after nine days of pre-sales [I do not have info for the first eight days of pre-sales for BP] 1.2891x as many tickets sold as Deadpool 2 after nine-plus days of pre-sales [I do not have info for the first eight days of pre-sales for DP2] .6678x as many tickets sold as Solo after eight days of pre-sales. 1.6360x as many tickets sold as JW:FK after eight days of pre-sales. 1.8331x as many tickers sold as FB2 after eight-plus days of pre-sales. === Day Eight Comps: IW: 124 tickets sold [1 sellout/113 showings | 4908/11011 seats left | 55.43% sold] Solo: 86 tickets sold [1 sellout/87 showings | 6043/9348 seats left | 35.36% sold] JW:FK: 92 tickets sold [0 sellouts/97 showings | 8764/10113 seats left | 13.34% sold] FB2: 48 tickets sold [0 sellouts/94 showings | 12173/13377 seats left | 9.00% sold]
  10. 6 points
    Trailer views 24 Hours. 1. YouTube: 45 million Approx (Top Channels) 2. Twitter: 20 million (15 million @Spidermanmovie and 2 million @SpidermanfilmJP) 3. Facebook: 18 million Approx (14 million main channel) 4. Instagram: 32 million Approx (11 million plus Tom Holland, 7.5 million Zendaya, 6 million Marvel Entertainment and rest) Total: 115 million plus on these four platforms. Shall be close to 125-150 million views 24 hours all included.
  11. 6 points
    SUPERHEROES IN ITALY - BOX OFFICE NUMBERS - MCU in red, DC in blue - - Cinetel numbers - - all #s in million euros - 1) Spider Man 19,26 2) Spider Man 2 > 18,98 3) Avengers – Infinity War > 18,77 4) Spider Man 3 > 18,04 5) The Avengers > 17,97 6) Avengers – Age of Ultron > 16,55 7) Iron Man 3 > 16,09 😎 The Dark Knight Rises > 14,67 9) Suicide Squad > 12,11 10) Hancock > 12,00 11) The Amazing Spider-Man > 11,77 12) Captain America – Civil War > 11,29 13) Batman V Superman – Dawn of the Justice > 10,55 14) The Dark Knight > 9,48 15) The Amazing Spider-Man 2 > 9,14 16) The Fastastic Four (2005) > 9,08 17) Thor: Ragnarok > 8,83 18) Spider-Man: Homecoming > 8,60 19) Venom > 8,50 20) Thor: The Dark World > 8,36 21) Iron Man 2 > 8,17 22) Thor > 7,45 23) Deadpool > 7,38 24) Hulk > 7,34 25) Doctor Strange > 7,33 26) Black Panther > 7,16 27) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 > 7,09 28) Captain America: The Winter Soldier > 7,07 29) Deadpool 2 > 7,06 30) Iron Man > 6,95 31) Fantastic Four: Rise of Silver Surfer > 6,92 32) Justice League > 6,74 33) X-Men: Days of Future Past > 6,58 34) Captain America > 6,23 35) X-Men: The Last Stand > 5,64 36) Guardians of the Galaxy > 5,57 37) Logan > 5,17 38) Superman Returns > 5,34 39) X-Men 2 > 5,32 40) X-Men: Apocalypse > 5,22 41) X-Men Origins: Wolverine > 4,96 42) The Wolverine > 4,92 43) Ant Man & The Wasp > 4,89 44) Ant Man > 4,72 45) Man of Steel > 4,68 46) X-Men > 4,64 47) The Incredible Hulk > 3,99 48) Batman Begins > 3.60 48) Daredevil > 3,60 49) Wonder Woman > 3,41 50) Ghost Rider > 2,95 51) Ghost Rider 2 > 2.90 52) X-Men: First Class > 2,75 53) Green Lantern > 2,36 54) Fantastic 4 (2015) > 1,81 Just like in Japan, on top you can only find Spider Man (Raimi's trilogy) and Avengers. They, along with Iron Man 3, are the only SH movies (of the new millennium, I'll add the various Batmans released in the 90s as soon as I can find some reliable info) that manage to enter the top 100 of all time (by Cinetel numbers). The DC universe has failed many times here, maybe Aquaman's success - with great holds it may even reach the top 10! - will help changing things a bit. The 6/9M range it where the average SH blockbuster tends to fall. Hancock being so high in the chart shows how popular the actor was some time ago.
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  13. 5 points
    Courtesy of Corpse. Bohemian Rhapsody Officially top of 2018 in Japan! And that 19% weekend increase thanks to Holiday on Monday! (C)TYPE-MOON・ufotable・FSNPCWeekend "Actuals*" (01/12-13/14)01 (---) ¥490,506,195 ($4.5 million), 0, ¥602,841,741 ($5.6 million), Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II - Lost Butterfly (Aniplex) NEW 02 (01) ¥397,850,000 ($3.7 million), +19%, ¥9,437,390,000 ($84.3 million), Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) WK10 03 (02) ¥232,000,000 ($2.2 million), -21%, ¥3,258,312,800 ($29.9 million), Ralph Breaks the Internet (Disney) WK4 04 (03) ¥112,000,000* ($1.0 million), -33%, ¥3,638,122,200 ($32.8 million), Dragon Ball Super: Broly (Toei) WK505 (---) ¥x90,000,000* ($830,000), 0, ¥156,358,100 ($1.4 million), Creed II (Warner Bros.) NEW 06 (05) ¥x86,000,000* ($795,000), -30%, ¥835,000,000 ($7.7 million), A Banana? At This Time of Night? (Toho) WK3 07 (04) ¥x85,000,000* ($785,000), -33%, ¥6,388,740,400 ($57.1 million), Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Warner Bros.) WK8 08 (07) ¥x84,000,000* ($775,000), -15%, ¥450,000,000 ($4.1 million), Love! Live Sunshine!! Over the Rainbow (Shochiku) WK2 09 (08) ¥x76,000,000* ($700,000), -21%, ¥1,225,035,900 ($11.1 million), A Star is Born (Warner Bros.) WK4 10 (06) ¥x66,000,000* ($610,000), -34%, ¥1,391,039,800 ($12.3 million), Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER (Toei) WK4Alright, so Monday's national holiday has delayed some of the numbers again this week. Only the Top 3 films have had their weekend actual released, and weekend grosses for films ranked 4th-10th remain estimates (marked with an asterisk *). All the cumulative totals are actuals as of Monday, except for Love! Live Sunshine! Over the Rainbow which hasn't had any numbers released yet. Estimates will be replaced with Actuals when available. >Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II - Lost Butterfly debuts atop the box office in a big way, nearly reaching ¥500 million over the weekend frame. The second film in the series sold 276,795 admissions over the weekend on only 131 screens, achieving an incredible average ticket price of ¥1,772 ($16.34). After Monday, it has sold 363,080 admissions. The sequel came in 18.8% higher than its predecessor, and it should finish above the ¥1.5 billion ($15 million) mark and has a shot at reaching ¥2 billion ($20 million) as well. >Bohemian Rhapsody holds... well, increases, in its tenth weekend of release, selling a further 272,344 admissions over the weekend frame. It achieved the third biggest tenth weekend gross ever recorded, and its ten week multiplier has now reached 26.63, the fifth highest multiplier ever recorded. It has sold 6,836,433 admissions after 67 days in release. There's still no sign of it showing any signs of slowing down, at least noticeably, so the sky continues to be the limit. At the very least, it'll probably exceed ¥12 billion (~$110 million), but don't be surprised if it goes higher. >Ralph Breaks the Internet is still performing pretty well, and outgrossed the original over the weekend. It has sold 2,641,967 admissions after 25 days in release. Expect it to finish right around the ¥4 billion ($36/37 million). >Dragon Ball Super: Broly also keeps doing very well at the box office, and it's now just over ¥100 million away from outgrossing Resurrection F to become the highest grossing film in the franchise. It has sold 2,823,219 admissions after 32 days in release. I expect a bit of a free fall from this point forward, and still expect it to fall barely shy of ¥4 billion, around ¥3.9 billion ($35/36 million), but it's doable if Toei keeps it going. >Creed II's weekend gross remains an estimate, but its four-day cumulative total is posted above. Overall, a bit of a disappointing debut, but it's much higher then the first film due to a wider release, and if it can reach ¥500 million ($4.5 million), I'd consider it a modest success.And finally, very importantly: the editor of the MovieWalker film website is saying that Bohemian Rhapsody is going to remain a 2018 release, while Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald was released close enough to the end of the Japan Box Office fiscal year that it'll be counted as a 2019 release. Sooooo... Congratulations to Bohemian Rhapsody on becoming 2018's Highest Grossing Film!
  14. 5 points
    Pulse on Monday always 8:35-8:49 EST: Glass: 16/15 minutes - e.g. Bohemian Rhapsody (not the same genre of course but a bigger film which was also very anticipated) had at that time 57/15 minutes, Halloween had 71/15 - that seems low for Glass but it had so far even before the reviews no great presales and on Monday it gained a little bit speed for the first time. Pulse on Monday always 11:05-11:19 EST: Glass: 41/15 minutes - BR had at that time 82/15 minutes, Glass came a bit closer. Pulse on Tuesday always 8:35-8:49 EST: Glass: 31/15 - so Glass increased ca. 100% compared to yesterday but OTOH that wasn't difficult. Pulse today always 8:35-8:49 EST: Glass: 113/15 minutes - BR had 142/15 one hour later (which means that counting was in favor of BR), Halloween 158/15, The Mule had 43/15, Widows 27/15; increase compared to Tuesday 362% And Pulse today always 10:50-11:04 EST: Glass: 136/only 13 minutes - BR had 201/15 at that time, The Mule had 48/15, Widows 34/15, I have no numbers for Halloween. Glass improved a lot today but no idea where it would be with good reviews... Anecdotal: In Germany „Unbreakable“ was broadcasted in the prime time on Sunday and had good TV ratings for one of the smaller (and with a younger target group) but still main TV-stations. Directly after the film (I mean without advertisement in between) they showed 2 or 3 minutes out of „Glass“ which looked really interesting and had more viewers than „Unbreakable“ before. That's what I call intelligent marketing!
  15. 5 points
    15/01/19 1 NON CI RESTA CHE IL CRIMINE 10/01/2019 ITA 01 DISTRIBUTION € 127.969 23.023 2 BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY 29/11/2018 USA 20TH CENTURY FOX ITALIA S.P.A. € 120.185 19.916 3 AQUAMAN 01/01/2019 USA WARNER BROS ITALIA S.P.A. € 116.224 19.592 4 IO SONO MIA 14/01/2019 ITA NEXO DIGITAL S.P.A. € 111.494 11.921 5 VAN GOGH - SULLA SOGLIA DELL'ETERNITA' (AT ETERNITY'S GATE) 03/01/2019 USA LUCKY RED DISTRIB. € 86.334 15.510 6 RALPH SPACCA INTERNET (RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET) 01/01/2019 USA WALT DISNEY S.M.P. ITALIA € 65.794 12.223 7 CITY OF LIES - L'ORA DELLA VERITA' 10/01/2019 USA NOTORIOUS PICT. S.P.A. € 62.178 10.449 8 VICE - L'UOMO NELL'OMBRA 03/01/2019 USA EAGLE PICTURES S.P.A. € 24.846 4.208 9 BENVENUTI A MARWEN (WELCOME TO MARWEN) 10/01/2019 USA UNIVERSAL S.R.L. € 24.560 4.366 10 ATTENTI AL GORILLA 10/01/2019 ITA WARNER BROS ITALIA S.P.A. € 21.071 3.854 Bohemian Rhapsody managed to overtake Aquaman just to be overtaken by Non ci Resta che il Crimine. What really matters, though, are Thursday numbers.
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  19. 5 points
    If one billion is so easy then why didn't Spider-Man Homecoming do it? Why didn't Batman vs. Superman do it? Guardians of the Galaxy 2? Thor Ragnorak? Doctor Strange? Wonder Woman? I'll remember this "one billion is easy" talk for future discussion.
  20. 4 points
    Germany's Top20 last weekend: title admissions th. PTA total adm. total € drop week 1 Der Junge muss an die frische Luft 341.945 823 415 1.822.062 15.630.918 -23 3 2 Aquaman 168.740 512 330 1.616.510 18.005.641 -42 4 3 Bohemian Rhapsody 114.095 532 214 2.700.524 24.994.664 +9 11 4 Robin Hood 110.331 433 255 138.522 1.128.925 - 1 5 Kalte Füße 87.203 374 233 89.271 749.451 - 1 6 100 Dinge 85.393 530 161 1.283.216 10.921.064 -45 6 7 Mary Poppins Returns 83.675 599 140 990.292 8.208.028 -56 4 8 Feuerwehrmann Sam - Plötzlich Filmheld! 82.054 572 143 198.834 1.259.470 -8 2 9 Polaroid 50.837 210 242 53.590 473.033 - 1 10 The Grinch 50.531 583 87 2.233.614 17.442.242 -65 7 11 Fantastic Beasts 2 48.367 392 123 3.794.077 38.184.204 -59 9 12 Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss 46.543 558 83 282.697 1.882.681 -44 3 13 Bumblebee 45.002 476 95 643.267 6.364.017 -64 4 14 The Wife 36.262 130 279 81.400 667.538 +26 2 15 Spider-Man – Spider-Verse 26.205 366 72 339.058 2.803.169 -52 5 16 Tabaluga 24.660 541 46 459.423 3.082.535 -53 6 17 Colette 21.860 106 206 65.715 528.350 -21 2 18 Astrid 19.519 249 78 230.610 1.869.778 -24 6 19 Ben Is Back 14.614 75 195 19.106 160.255 - 1 20 Shoplifters 13.544 102 133 76.688 636.262 -35 3 A so-so weekend with some remarkable results – Bohemian Rhapsody is now a lock for >3mil admissions, and Der Junge muss an die frische Luft even has a (very small ) chance at 4mil Next weekend: Glass has a very good chance at taking the top spot, 300k should be possible. Other interesting releases are domestic horse-girl book adaption Immenhof – should land in the 100k ballpark – romcom Manhattan Queen, and Mary Queen of Scots.With some very leggy releases like this weekend’s top 3, we should see a sizeable overall increase!
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    @peludo in the case the thread starter is not around much or... every mod should also be able to change the title ComscoreMoviesSpain‏ @cSMoviesSpain 1h1 hour ago More TOP 5 DEFINITIVO
  24. 4 points
    @Shawn Really cool post. As far as Alita goes I think your team should research a little deeper. I've got a feeling that the level of care into the human part changes based on a films popularity beforehand. For instance I reckon a lot more time was put into predicting TLJ than most other films, due to precieved exposure of that prediction. A reason I'm skeptical of your care into the Alita prediction. 14m to 41m original tracking, less than a 3x multi. That to me is an extreme underestimation of the quality of the film, when infact the quality is the easiest part to predict. Tracking barely changed with new Dua Lipa information. Chart topper pop song will increase exposure. Also think you're not taking into account Jim's name power. Avatar is extremely popular with the GA. Alita opening 1 week before internationally, with it being a super high quality film. Good luck with your Alita prediction, would advise increasing it if you wish to uphold your high standard of predictions. Remember this is not a normal film.
  25. 4 points
    Mary Poppins is still on track to gross $400M domestic, right?
  26. 4 points
    I feel like Patrick Wilson's Orm is really underrated. I could be biased, though, because of my mancrush on Patrick Wilson. Still, he was one of my favourite characters. As a stand-alone film, I liked AQUAMAN more than THOR: RAGNAROK. Easily. The latter was a fun film, but we're watching it through the lens of the MCU. It's a powerful thing and it enhances everything. On merit, though, I feel like AQUAMAN was better. For the massive, extenction event that RAGNAROK was getting to, it felt so - I don't know - insignificant. That said, the AQUAMAN script was worse and more downright cheesy. It feels like that's contradicting what I just said, though. I guess RAGNAROK was tonally off. AQUAMAN had the tone right for the story it was telling, the script was just pretty bad.
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    Glass entered the Top 5 of MT: #1 Dragon Ball 16.7% #2 The Upside 14% #3 Aquaman 9.8% #4 F2: Fun and Frustration 6.1% #5 Glass 5.5%
  29. 3 points
    Aquaman back on Maoyan after friday 2B confirmed
  30. 3 points
    That is definitely a possibility. But what about overseas?
  31. 3 points
    It was posted first on sony's channel, marvel posted it on their channel hours after.
  32. 3 points
    Let's slow down a little! I know it's easy to look at their track record and think it's locked, but it's far from locked. I do think Hunger Games is the current target right now, and if the presales continue their pace, then we can shoot for March OW record. I would need to see some major movement to be on the $200m train. $175m is a fuckload of money as it is, lol.
  33. 3 points
    Fandango Sales Past 24 Hours Since: 2019-01-15 14:00:00 (US/Central - Chicago) RANK PERCENT TICKETS MOVIE 1 26.532% 15819 Dragon Ball Super Broly 2 11.135% 6639 The Upside 3 08.463% 5046 Glass (2019) 4 07.608% 4536 Aquaman 5 04.780% 2850 Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse
  34. 3 points
    Currently on Fandango, Glass is selling more tickets for Friday shows than for Thursday ones. It's not as frontloaded as other horror entries (The Nun, Halloween).
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    i've never seen an actress with such a magnetic presence tbh
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    Sorry, it's just so odd for someone to come at Shawn like that when he is always to open and honest with their approaches to the data.
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    Number of tickets sold on the weekend of January 11th to January 13th: 01.- AQUAMAN - 27.615 (-17,2%) (309.570). 02.- WRECK-IT-RALPH 2 - 19.525 (-27,7%) (411.122). 03.- BUMBLEBEE - 16.538 (-34,7%) (65.456). 04.- MARY POPPINS RETURNS - 11.414 (-33,4%) (79.057). 05.- MORTAL ENGINES - 11.330 (NEW). 06.- SPIDERMAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE - 7.502 (-18,0%) (70.215). 07.- THE MULE - 6.164 (NEW). 08.- THE POSSESION OF HANNAH GRACE - 5.669 (-25,1%) (22.899). 09.- DR. SEUSS THE GRINCH - 5.349 (-60,0%) (221.815). 10.- THE WHISTLER - 1.965 (-28,1%) (57.010).
  42. 3 points
    BB looks to have an increase today 😯 Its holding fantastic this week and will no doubt win the coming weekend eventough there will be 6 new wide releases 1B is locked
  43. 3 points
    Barry Jenkins is the real deal. My word.
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    09.01. - 13.01. 1 735.298 --- 735.298 1 Creed2 2 302.969 --- 302.969 1 Les Invisibles 3 231.827 -62 2.870.062 4 AQM 4 199.491 --- 199.491 1 Edmond 5 138.257 -63 1.102.711 3 Mia et le lion blanc 6 134.137 -74 3.603.101 6 Asterix 2 7 106.905 -29 4.033.305 11 BR 8 99.745 -68 1.010.691 3 Bumblebee 9 99.182 -72 1.410.960 4 MPR 10 65.701 - 640.783 5 Shoplifters Creed2 opens 30% above the first part (561k) the WE after holidays. The first had a multipler of x2,9 to reach 1,63M. The second will top that and may reach 2M, however, safely I predict 1,8M. Aquaman had steep drop as expected. However, its multipler is now the biggest of the DCEU. AQM 0,766M / 2,87M (x3,75) BvS 1,001M / 2,5M (x2,5) MoS 0,867M / 2,3M (x2,65) SSquad 0,923M / 2,28M (x2,47) WW 0,643M / 2,17M (x3,37) JL 0,741M / 1,72M (x2,32)  It's still looking to get somewhere around 3,25M+. BR had the best drop of all movies (according to numbers from cine-directors) and exceeded 4M as the 7th movie in 2018. It's safe to say now that it'll become the 5th biggest title of the year as it already passed FB2. It already got a x4,3 multipler and still has some steam. It may get close to 4,5M. FB2 had a huge drop (~70%) but managed to pass FB1 (4M) after all. It may be able to get to 4,05M up a tiny 1% from its predecessor. TOP10 2018: 1 5.845.365 I2 2 5.687.098 Les Tuche 3 3 5.623.906 La ch'tite famille 4 5.141.500 AIW 5 4.162.550 Le grand bain 6 4.033.305 BR 7 4.014.928 FB2 8 3.688.070 BP 9 3.653.933 Taxi 5 10 3.641.125 JW2 The yearly TOP10 will see some movement as BR is going to become 5th and the local Asterix will become 9th or 10th. http://www.insidekino.de/BO/F2019.htm http://www.cine-directors.net/
  50. 2 points
    Just saw an early screening... and was very disappointed. It's not terrible but, man, I expected so much more. It starts out strong but drags badly through the middle before really going off the rails at the end. The crowd I saw it with seemed equally unimpressed. I so wanted to like/love this movie, as I love Unbreakable and enjoyed Split a lot, also. I was hoping Shyamalan's career was back on track, but this seems like another step in the wrong direction. Way too many WTF moments, especially in the third act. I expect it to sink like a stone after this weekend's strong opening. But I also thought Aquaman's legs would be poor, so what do I know?


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