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  1. 15 points
    Fandango App Monday Tues Wed Thursday Black Panther 35,429 36,302 39,934 65,453 Avengers: Infinity War 49,836 54,892 68,826 206,000 Deadpool 2 23,134 28,896 41,212 SW: Solo 13,688 15,855 28,533 Incredibles 2 20,872 23,430 39,337 Venom 13,602 13,818 20,867 31,569 A Star Is Born 9,115 11,383 22,641 21,501 Fantastic Beasts 8,956 14,238 21,861 31,880 Aquaman 8,502 9,671 15,063 Captain Marvel 33,951 37,060 49,745 Wednesday Comps: 125% of Black Panther (251.6M) 72% of Infinity War (186.2M) 121% of Deadpool 2 (151.5M) 174% of Solo (147.2M) 126% of Incredibles 2 (230.8M) 238% of Venom (191.3M) 220% of A Star is Born (94.3M) 227% of Fantastic Beasts 2 (141.4M) 330% of Aquaman (224.1M) Last 7 Days Comp: 97% of Black Panther (196.1M) Day 17-Day 2 Comp: 75% of Black Panther (151.5M) The non-MCU comps went down, while the MCU comps rose considerably. Either way, the fact this is doing so well next to both BP and IW is commendable. Still O/U BvS at the moment, but God bless Brie Larson for saving the box office
  2. 14 points
    Updated my profile pic to support equal cat representation in films. I've been sick and tired of these pro-dog propaganda pieces like A Dog's Purpose, A Dog's Way Home, Dog Days, A Dog's Journey, Isle of Dogs, Show Dogs, and the fact that The Secret Life of Pets mainly decided to focus on the two primary dog characters. What do us cat lovers get? Nine Lives? This is the cat movie event of a lifetime.
  3. 10 points
    Ok I'm really glad some of the reviews lowered my expectations cause I really enjoyed the film. Has some flaws that are actually a tad different from other MCU origin films but if they keep the core cast for the sequel I'm gonna be excited for more Captain Marvel. Brie Larson was pretty good despite some of the limitations the story put on her. Film should have good WoM.
  4. 10 points
  5. 10 points
    One of my close friends for eight years has been turned into an incel by these asshole alt-righters and hates Captain Marvel because he thinks Brie is a "femi-nazi". This actually hurts.
  6. 10 points
    Captain Marvel Greater Sacramento Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-1 Day and counting Sellouts Showings Seats left Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 1 202 11167 19147 41.68% Total Showings Added Today: 7 Total Seats Added Today: 483 Total Seats Sold Today: 1063 1.1924x as many tickets sold as Black Panther 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to Black Panther's 30 days] .6130x as many tickets sold as Infinity War 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to Infinity War's 41 days] 1.1924x as many tickets sold as Deadpool 2 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to DP2's 29 days] 1.4494x as many tickets sold as Solo 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to Solo's 20 days] 1.6865x as many tickets sold as Jurassic World 2 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to JW2's 22 days] 2.6801x as many tickets sold as Ant-Man and the Wasp 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to AM2's 18 days] 2.7065x as many tickets sold as Venom 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to Venom's 21 days] 1.8719x as many tickets sold as Fantastic Beasts 2 1 day before release. [Captain Marvel has 58 days of pre-sales compared to FB2's 30 days] NOTE: If a theater locally that is now selling tickets for reserved seating was selling them for the above movies, but as non-reserved seating for that movie, it is not counted toward the ratio of 'as many tickets sold' for the movie in question. If a theater is brand new to the region and wasn't yet open for one of the above movies, however, it will be counted toward the ratio. Also, see spoiler box for different comps with BP, without the new theater in town as well as the stat bloc for Captain Marvel without the extra theatre tracking info. Day T-1 Comp: BP: 650 tickets sold [7 sellouts/121 showings | 4597/10526 seats left | 56.33% sold] IW: 738 tickets sold [11 sellouts/174 showings | 3625/15159 seats left | 76.09% sold] DP2: 835 tickets sold [0 sellouts/166 showings | 10226/16155 seats left | 36.70% sold] Solo: 377 tickets sold [1 sellout/142 showings | 8575/13453 seats left | 36.26% sold] JW2: 768 tickets sold [0 sellouts/147 showings | 9523/13715 seats left | 30.57% sold] AM2: 347 tickets sold [0 sellouts/112 showings | 8258/10896 seats left | 24.21% sold] Venom: 498 tickets sold [0 sellouts/122 showings | 10414/13170 seats left | 20.93% sold] FB2: 492 tickets sold [0 sellouts/131 showings | 11940/15717 seats left | 24.03% sold] CM (adj)*: 914 tickets sold [1 sellouts/202 showings | 8507/15577 seats left | 45.39% sold] * CM (adj) is the number of tickets sold without the extra theaters I now have tracking info for ==== Further BP Comp inside Spoiler Box:
  7. 9 points
    And now it begins. Opening day record in Indonesia. Beat IW
  8. 9 points
    HUGE jump on MT 2019-03-07 01:00:29.796696 UTC 1 60% Captain Marvel 2 8.1% How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 3 7.4% Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral 4 2.9% Alita: Battle Angel 5 2.2% Greta
  9. 9 points
    So I just came back from seeing it. It was far from flawless, but enjoyable enough. I feel like it's a movie that needs at least a rewatch or two to fully appreciate, because its story, its central conflict and even its central characters were presented very much like we were flies on the wall with no information about what was going on until wayyyy down the line. That may sound like a compliment, but in reality, it made it hard for me to care about Carol or the situation at hand throughout a longer period of time than I should have, as I was just as confused as the character herself was about what the fuck was going on or why should I care. This is not a permanent stay, as the film's rocky start infinitely makes more sense with how the story progressed and I realized they might've done it on purpose (and by the end, I found myself a lot more into the characters and the story), but considering that it came to the detriment of an emotional touch between me and the film itself, it might've been a dubious choice in execution (because the concept is a good one on paper). This also has Black Panther-level CGI...... seriously, the effects were generally bad to abysmal here. And Carol herself suffers a little bit from the characterization she's given, because while it certainly had its benefits from a pure storytelling and character growth perspective (it made the emotional scenes resonate a lot more as I felt empathy for her and others' struggle when it comes to her identity), I still don't care about her the same way that I cared about i.e. (trigger alert) Wonder Woman. I just don't feel that connection to her because I still really don't know her closely. Not that I dislike her or don't care for her at all, but she's definitely not as interesting a character as many other heroes that have come along. Btw, speaking of Wonder Woman, that and Captain Marvel are two movies that share A LOT of similarities. So don't be surprised if you're reminded of WW more than you wanted to when you see this. And, par for the course with the MCU, the original score is hugely forgettable and completely overshadowed by the huge blasts of sound effects over it. That being said, the film deserves praise in plenty of aspects. The cast is great. Brie kicks ass here, and despite the fact that, as I already mentioned, this character (compared to others in the MCU) struggles in resonating from an emotional perspective due to reasons I won't spoil, it's safe to say that her performance isn't to blame for that. The trailers didn't make her justice by any means. This is Sam Jackson's best performance ever as Fury too. Brie and SLJ had very solid chemistry together. But Mendelsohn and Lashana Lynch stole the show for me. They - especially Talos - were the ones I cared about the most, and at times, Carol felt like an afterthought compared to them and Fury (which is a backhanded compliment). Jude Law was fine, for the interested ones.... he did what he was asked to do. Apart from the cast, I gave the effects a lot of shit, BUT the cinematography of this film is legit interesting and unique. Both the filmic shot composition and especially color grading were on a range of good to 100% on point. Clearly the space bound MCU films are the ones who boast the stronger artistic imagination...... except Thor 2, apparently. I had problems with the way that action scenes were shot, but otherwise, the film felt pretty grand, and at times, with star frames to boast. Goose works as comedy relief fine. Which, btw, the script does have its good humor moments (even if some come at the expense of tension, which is becoming an increasingly frustrating trick now that I've seen Marvel do it 10000x times..... we get it, you guys like to be funny by breaking the tension with a good joke, hahaha, can we please move on from that schtick? At least Infinity War was mostly funny on cue). The 90's references aren't intrusive to the storytelling, which is good, and the soundtrack is honestly really fucking awesome (better than GOTG Vol. 2's, imo). The way the movie plays with Carol's memories, while I already mentioned its negative side, was also interesting enough for what it was at the same time. And the emotional beats still work due to some fantastic acting that really brings them together great. Finally, the film's message might be seen by some as beating over the head, but to me, it was delievered in a healthy enough dose that it never bothered me. So yeah, a solid watch overall. One of my faves in the franchise? Nope. But definitely an enjoyable experience, all things considered.
  10. 8 points
    OD in Italy is 75% above Black Panther. Great number for sure.
  11. 8 points
    Alita rules and I’m excited to see Captain Marvel tomorrow, you can like both movies y’all
  12. 8 points
    I've never done this, so bare with me if it's not great, but here is the current break down of my theater (Houston, as of 6:30pm CST.) I borrowed @Rorschach template, if that's ok AMC (Thursday night showtimes, reserved seating): Prime 7:00 - 169/195 10:15 - 128/195 IMAX 2D 7:00 - 120/150 10:00 - 96/150 Real 3D 7:30 - 54/125 7:40 - 18/60 8:00 - 20/76 8:10 - 0/44 8:15 - 6/60 8:45 - 4/60 9:10 - 0/44 9:30 - 0/44 9:45 - 0/76 10:45 - 8/76 10:50 - 4/60 11:15 - 0/60 Regular 2D 7:00 - 95/147 7:05 - 19/44 7:15 - 43/76 7:45 - 37/60 8:30 - 54/76 9:00 - 18/44 9:15 - 50/147 10:05 - 3/44 10:10 - 8/44 10:20 - 2/76 10:25 - 9/147 10:55 - 10/60 11:00 - 25/147 Fan Event Showing 6:00 - 140/147 Total Seats Sold: 1140 / 2734 (41.70%)
  13. 8 points
    Critics Consensus Alita: Battle Angel's story struggles to keep up with its special effects, but fans of futuristic sci-fi action may still find themselves more than sufficiently entertained. Consensus - struggling to be sufficient
  14. 7 points
  15. 7 points
    data: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mpf92NunqhPZOQkYsA3479cMmcBW80Dn0cK8HjlN0v8/edit#gid=0 So, @Thanos Legion, it seems that a linear extrapolation won't be enough, since it's gained on every hour since yesterday so far. Raw data: Wednesday, 6 March Thursday, 7 March Time Adm. Time Adm. 09:20 113,000 09:20 57,000 10:20 119,000 10:20 62,000 11:20 125,000 11:20 66,000 12:20 132,000 12:20 71,000 13:20 140,000 13:20 78,000 14:20 150,000 14:20 85,000 15:20 161,000 15:20 93,000 16:20 171,000 16:20 101,000 17:20 182,000 17:20 18:20 192,000 18:20 19:20 202,000 19:20 20:20 211,000 20:20 21:20 218,000 21:20 22:20 224,000 22:20 23:20 229,000 23:20 Actual: 460,857 Actual: Percentages: predictions based on yesterday 09:20 24.5% 232468 10:20 25.8% 240110 7643 11:20 27.1% 243332 3222 12:20 28.6% 247885 4553 13:20 30.4% 256763 8878 14:20 32.5% 261152 4389 15:20 34.9% 266209 5057 16:20 37.1% 272202 5993 17:20 39.5% 0 18:20 41.7% 0 19:20 43.8% 0 20:20 45.8% 0 21:20 47.3% 0 22:20 48.6% 0 23:20 49.7% 0 So what we see in the bottom right is the linear extrapolation of what the final total will be, as you can see this has increased every hour relative to yesterday by 4k+. I think this is primarily due to presales being a smaller % of the sales today, but using Olive's news of evenings being stronger I could see something like this: +6k rel. to yesterday from 5:20-9:20 then +3k as sharp cut off, giving 272k + 5*6k + 2*3k = aroudn 310k for today, which would be a -33% drop off, steeper than AM2. we'll see how it progresses. Here's the Thursday table with the predictions put in: Thursday, 7 March Time Adm. 09:20 57,000 10:20 62,000 11:20 66,000 12:20 71,000 13:20 78,000 14:20 85,000 15:20 93,000 16:20 101,000 17:20 109,867 18:20 118,403 19:20 127,200 20:20 135,614 21:20 142,951 22:20 148,344 23:20 153,146 Actual: 312,542
  16. 7 points
    I do two on Premiere Night. 👍 One about 1pm PST or so (I start at noon-ish and report when I'm done tabulating - I have a LOT to go through though, so it might not post 'till 1:15 or 1:30pm PST). Then I do the final report about an hour or so before the main showings of the night start. In this case I'll start it around 4:45pm to 5:00pm my time (to catch the fan events) and hopefully post it by 6:15 to 6:30. And thanks for the compliment; much appreciated.
  17. 7 points
    1 CAPTAIN MARVEL 06/03/2019 USA WALT DISNEY S.M.P. ITALIA € 765.871 114.547 2 GREEN BOOK 31/01/2019 USA EAGLE PICTURES S.P.A. € 86.957 16.816 3 DOMANI E' UN ALTRO GIORNO 28/02/2019 ITA MEDUSA FILM S.P.A. € 64.240 12.669 4 DRAGON BALL SUPER: BROLY - IL FILM 28/02/2019 JPN KOCH MEDIA S.R.L. € 64.213 11.813 5 CROCE E DELIZIA 28/02/2019 ITA WARNER BROS ITALIA S.P.A. € 53.070 10.568 6 ANCORA AUGURI PER LA TUA MORTE (HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U) 28/02/2019 USA UNIVERSAL S.R.L. € 36.468 6.829 7 10 GIORNI SENZA MAMMA 07/02/2019 ITA MEDUSA FILM S.P.A. € 27.161 5.176 8 C'ERA UNA VOLTA IL PRINCIPE AZZURRO (CHARMING) 28/02/2019 USA M2 PICTURES S.R.L. € 25.733 5.164 9 IL CORRIERE - THE MULE 07/02/2019 USA WARNER BROS ITALIA S.P.A. € 24.770 4.676 10 THE LEGO MOVIE 2: UNA NUOVA AVVENTURA (THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART) 21/02/2019 USA WARNER BROS ITALIA S.P.A. € 21.189 4.107
  18. 7 points
    Taipei city numbers CM 10.35M best OD for solo super-hero Ant-man 2 7.51 JW2 11.64m TA3 16.43m best non-holiday OD
  19. 7 points
    Like it or reviewers like Jeremy Jahns likely have far more influence over peoples films taste than most professional film reviewers. Its not saying Jeremy is a great reviewer, it is just realizing that people don't read reviews anymore and more like to watch a movie review.
  20. 7 points
    should. Looking about 1.5m which 35% up on BP ,6% up on AOU. in NZ its Wed night prev on par with BP
  21. 6 points
    Tuesday Numbers How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: $1.5mn Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral: $1.3mn Alita: Battle Angel: $0.6mn Green Book: $0.5mn MET Opera: $0.4mn Greta: $0.38mn Isn't it Romantic: $0.35mn FWMF: $0.35mn LEGO 2: $0.34mn Apollo 11: $0.3mn
  22. 6 points
    @Porthos Apparently Brie doesn’t really remember Sacramento, doesn’t like talking about Sacramento and doesn’t like other people asking about Sacramento. Other then that I haven’t heard her say a bad word about the place.
  23. 6 points
    Too many people here predict movies off of their personal feelings instead of using box office reason. The 1st movie wasn't loved here on the forums but we aren't the target audience either. It did well with the GA with close to 3.5 legs. It'll do much better in Oct than battling with WW.
  24. 6 points
  25. 6 points
    if you choose whether you go to the cinema based on what jeremy jahns says then you don't deserve to go to the cinema. ever.


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