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  1. Hustlers Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-2 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 42 353 6,373 5.54% Total Showings Added Today: 16 Total Seats Added Today: 2,848 Total Seats Sold Today: 81 Comp 0.384x of Once Upon 2 days before release (2.23M) 1.810x of Scary Stories 2 days before release (4.22M) 3.209x of Good Boys 2 days before release
    8 points
  2. Weekend projections: Hollywood Reporter: Husters: $25M https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/hustlers-jennifer-lopez-poised-major-box-office-comeback-1238824 Variety: Hustlers: $20-26M The Goldfinch: $10-12M https://variety.com/2019/film/box-office/box-office-hustlers-stx-opening-weekend-estimates-1203328692/ The Wrap: Hustlers: $25-28M The Goldfinch: $9-10M https://www.thewrap.com/hustlers-movie-stx-box-office-jennifer-lopez-constance-wu/ Deadline: H
    7 points
  3. LOL Scorcese and Soderbergh have made a career of films about criminals and lowlives but god forbid the film is about women lmao
    6 points
  4. The Goldfinch, counted today at ca. 11am EST (I did not see any Thursday showtimes): NY (AMC Fresh Meadows 7): so far no showtimes Boston (AMC Assembly Row 12): 33 (total tickets sold for Friday, 4 showtimes) Boston (Boston Common 19): 58 (4 showtimes) Miami (AMC Sunset Place 24): 12 (3 showtimes) Grand Rapids (AMC Grand Rapids 18): 12 (4 showtimes) Austin (AMC Lakeline 9): 5 (4 showtimes) Tempe/Phoenix (AMC Center Point 11): 3 (4 showtimes) San Francisco (AMC Metreon 16): 68 (4 showtimes) LA (AMC Bay Street): 17 (4 showtimes) LA (AMC Universal): 41 (4 showtimes) Total t
    5 points
  5. Hustlers Thursday Night Showings Denver AMC Westminster Promenade 24: 7 PM – 56/92(+18) 10 PM – 13/92(+9) AMC Highlands Ranch 24: NEW 7 PM – 6/37(+6) NEW 9:15 PM – 0/41 Total from 8 theaters(17 showings): 237(+85)/1920(+136) (12.3%) OUATiH comp: 1.93M Hobbs comp: 2.19M Lion King comp: 1.25M IT 2: 1.3M I don’t really have any good comps for this, so take all of these with a grain of salt. I’d say the OUATiH comp is the best one out of these, but even then, OUATiH’s previews started at 4.
    5 points
  6. Hustlers Thursday Night Showings Denver AMC Westminster Promenade 24: Dolby: NEW 10:30 PM – 2/217(+2) 2D: 7 PM – 59/92(+3) NEW 8 PM – 4/36(+4) 10 PM – 17/92(+4) NEW 10:45 PM – 0/36 AMC Highlands Ranch 24: 7 PM – 14/37(+8) 9:15 PM – 2/41(+2) Total from 9 theaters(23 showings): 332(+95)/2471(+551) (13.4%) Adjusted OUATiH comp: 2.04M Hobbs comp: 2.14M Lion King comp: 1.49M Adjusted IT 2 comp: 1.43M
    4 points
  7. Well I guess I will never understand how anybody can think there are 100 better films in the 70s then jaws and Star Wars but then again this is coming from a guy who hates citizen Kane with a passion. So I guess I should just keep my opinions to myself LOL
    4 points
  8. This is selling great around me. Thinking $30M+ is looking more likely than not.
    4 points
  9. Downton Abbey is doing really well in my area both on the 12th and the 19th. If it's representative I'm gonna say at least $2m for the pre-previews and anywhere from $4-8m for actual opening night previews.
    4 points
  10. Downtown Abbey Thursday Night(12th) Showings Denver AMC Westminster Promenade 24: Dolby: 7 PM – 118/217(+12) AMC Highlands Ranch 24: Dolby: 7 PM – 124/210(+8) Total from 9 theaters(9 showings): 630(+14)/1350(-57)(46.7%) A showing was taken off, and it was at 45/57. Kinda weird, but this was the only theater with 2 showings. Maybe they’re only supposed to have one? So, the tickets sold today were actually 59.
    4 points
  11. @Fancyarcher @glassfairy @Mr Pastaffelees @PanaMovie @Rorschach @Wrath TRIBAL COUNCIL #3 SLAM!: Welcome back, Team Sokovia, to the Tribal Council! Who's ready to vote off another contestant? Mr Pastaffelees: I'm definitely not... Wrath: Every Survivor player must go to Tribal Council sometime. Let's get this over with... Fancyarcher: I love you guys so much... I don't want to vote any of you out... *voting commences* Rorschach: This is the most logical decision. *writes his vote in cursive* PanaMovie: *says nothing; simply vot
    3 points
  12. Film Distributor 3-Day Weekend Forecast Projected Domestic Total through Sunday, September 15 % Change from Last Wknd It: Chapter Two Warner Bros. / New Line $36,000,000 $149,000,000 -60% Hustlers STX $32,000,000 $32,000,000 NEW The Goldfinch Warner Bros. $7,000,000 $7,000,000 NEW Angel Has Fallen Lionsgate $3,500,000
    3 points
  13. IT's multipler gives IT2 241m. Should miss 240m imo.
    3 points
  14. gave it a C in the poll yesterday but after sleeping on it i think that's too generous. a shapeless mess. loses whatever through line the first movie had. just a bunch of poorly stitched together lame horror setpieces. pennywise under the bleachers is the only one that worked for me. bill hader was the only grown up who was any good. the rest were either bad or good actors slumming it like chastain and mcavoy. and the lousy de-aging on the kids took me out of their scenes.
    3 points
  15. 2nd local (Regal) is up...not much to say, except they are continuing a pretty rapid clear out:)...but there are again some holdover winners (and Hustlers, which again gets more than 1 screen...b/c there's nothing else...and before you ask, since this place doesn't book foreign films, it did actually put in The Goldfinch...yep, that desperate...here's the set)... NEW Hustlers (1.8 - 9 showings - above average and average) - seems subscribers might buoy this b/c one of the prime time showings is a virtual sellout Friday night...and everything else is empty:)... The Goldfin
    3 points
  16. It 1 was +30% in 2017 with the same calendar configuration, with 2 more years of Discount Tuesday growth +46% is pretty much exactly what you’d expect. We’ll see how much it can hold onto Wednesday, but the Tues:wknd multiplier should be weaker than It 1’s x5.25
    3 points
  17. Weekend: 5th–8th September 2019 Ranking Title Weekend admissions % change from last weekend Total admissions Week 1 It Chapter Two 51,634 – 51,634 1 2 The Secret Life of Pets 2 21,382 -49.2% 88,481 2 3 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 19,942 -53.5% 96,689 2 4
    3 points
  18. @Xillix I have now posted the plot summary for In The Aeroplane Over the Sea.
    3 points
  19. 1 (1) It: Chapter Two Warner Bros. $8,100,000 +48% 4,570 $1,772 $104,640,557 5 - (4) Overcomer Sony Pictures $605,000 +92% 2,153 $281 $25,589,194 19 - (7) Once Upon a Time…in Holly… Sony Pictures $315,000 +40% 1,402 $225 $134,908,776 47
    3 points
  20. It's possible to submit a list much shorter than 100 films (minimum is 10). So maybe the people who excluded Star Wars and Jaws didn't actually imply that there are 100 films from the 70s they have seen that are better.
    3 points
  21. I got banned from the Joker thread for making fun of incels, wtf!
    3 points
  22. But the way you are saying it, your saying it like they are putting it up against films from this era. All films from the 1970s have that grainy look with different kind of special effects. I'm saying that there are people who actually say that there are 100 films from the 1970s that they have seen that are better than jaws and Star Wars. That I just find hard to believe. It's not like we're doing a list for the history of film......that I would understand.
    3 points
  23. As said in the France thread, It Chapter Two, which is opening today in France is looking like 230-260k OD with most horror comps according to a major theater chain's total pre-sales. That would be 20-40% increase over the first. I would still be cautious, as the US comp (which saw a bit of a fan rush on PS) is indicating around flat from Chapter One's OD. (That said, comps indicating the higher range include two Conjuring Cinematic Universe movies).
    3 points
  24. Total Pre-Sales at Pathé-Gaumont (one of France's major cinema chain) for It : Chapter Two are at 11150 at 8:00 this morning. Annabelle comp : 347k admissions OD The Curse of La Llorona : 257 704 admissions OD Us : 180k admissions OD Crawl : 236k admissions OD Pet Semetary : 243k admissions OD 230k OD would be a 20% increase over It Chapter One.
    3 points
  25. Foot update: I get my cast off in two days. Thank God because I still hate it! My foot frequently hurts, I think because of my stitches which should also come out Thursday. Today was shower day. We plan it because I have to get upstairs and I have a cast cover. I almost fell in the shower. It is hard to stand on one foot for twenty minutes. Anyway I steadied myself with my toes, so have been in pain since then. Thanks for reading. This is the only place I vent about my foot.
    3 points
  26. Honestly this is why I loved the movie. It wasn't scared of going there. The homophobic attack was gruesome and visceral (I saw some warnings on Twitter and still was a bit triggered by it), it didn't try to soften it for audiences. That plus the violent husband, the rape references and the kids being killed felt brutal but they also didn't look like just shock value. - As someone that didn't read the book, I thought this was way better than "Chapter I" and my only complaint is that the scares are indeed a bit repetitive.
    3 points
  27. The homophobic attack at the beginning was from the book (it wasn't included in the miniseries) and was actually inspired by a real life hate crime. In addition to foreshadowing for Richie, it also comes across as King reinforcing the notion that true evil, like IT, comes in many forms (and also that fictional terror could never compete with real life terror - we've never heard of the discovery of evil killer shapeshifting clowns, but we unfortunately still hear about hate crimes like this on a consistent basis over 30+ years after the book was published).
    3 points
  28. Very busy with university last week ... but here is the weekly update! It (2017) R$ 17,696,785 1,143,857 It: Chapter Two (2019) R$ 17,178,687 (-518,098) (-3.01%) 1,037,943 (-105,914) (-9.25%)
    3 points
  29. Consider being a teen and watching them today vs everything you've already seen. With one being shot on a low budget and the other 2 relying on a lot of effects, you might just not be wowed... Not saying I agree, but I can totally see my teens making lists of the 70's movies they've watched that would bear little resemblance to what I'd consider the quality movies of the decade. PS - And if I submit a list, mine would also probably draw jeers b/c Monty Python won't be anywhere near mine...in any form:)...
    3 points
  30. He’s too pretty to be a donkey. Are you sure you’re not talking about Jeremy Renner?
    3 points
  31. Not sure what do you mean by going back, did they ever leave or each year's isn't the biggest year in content piracy ever ? Specially since they started to make those pre made piracy box that everyone including the ederly can easily use that exploded the phenomenon in recent year's ? Streaming piracy is now 13.22 times bigger than torrent In Canada. https://www.muso.com/magazine/global-piracy-increases-throughout-2017-muso-reveals/ https://www.todayonline.com/world/pirated-tv-shows-actively-used-spread-malware-especially-game-thrones
    3 points
  32. So, it's almost not worth mentioning, b/c nothing is breaking big this weekend, but then, I thought, well, maybe this will show which holdovers might have the stronger legs (aka - there's only TWO of them if you don't count Spidey which already has great legs:)...so here's my 1st local's (Cinemark) set...HEAVY on foreign films to make up for probably overscreening It 2 last week... NEW Dream Girl (FF) - (1 - 4 showings - smallest size) Gang Leader (FF) - (1 - 4 showings - 2nd biggest size - yes, it's a very down week when the foreign films are pulling special engagement p
    3 points
  33. I loooooove New Hollywood Cinema. I totally went through a phase in high school where I just had The Graduate - Cabaret - MASH on repeat. (Hence the joke about starting the "1970s" list in 1967 and ending it in 1977. The "1970s" starts with Bonnie and Clyde and ends with Star Wars.) I legit have a color-code spreadsheet: 1 10 2 9 3 9 4 8 5 8 6
    3 points
  34. NYC Local Interestingly these are the same numbers I saw for both at 9am Hustlers (Tues: 4:25pm) 32/256 13/256 Downtown Abbey (Tues: 4:25pm) 37/301
    3 points
  35. Germany Weekend 36 2019.9.6-9.8 Euro Rank Name WKBO WKAD Scr TOBO TOAD 1 IT Chapter Two €6,124,395 590,145 867 €6,523,987 633,320 2 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood €1,583,566 156,254 213 €13,724,041 1,384,037 3 The Lion King €1,314,089 151,361 239 €46,665,354
    3 points
  36. he may try but you don't have to hang your head in shame and apologize. last time I checked, he and his cast of 50+ white actors didn't either. They aren't Rosanna Arquette (a known loon). That said, it's all talking the the talk but not walking the walk. talk about white privilege being bad while giving 30+ white actors well paid roles that minority actors cannot fill cause it's a movie about deconstructing white privilege. you have to be white to play a bad, deconstructed white privileged jerk or jerkette and get paid 5-15M to do so. It's actually funny. Boo white privilege by th
    3 points
  37. Yeh I seen a tweet getting a lot of heat for saying if there’s comedy, it’s not horror. Which is officially nonsense.
    3 points
  38. sometimes its not about better, sometimes its about if you click with the story or not. E.g. I do not click with Jaws neither (saw it in a drive-in cinema a bit after its initial release), to me its a bit boring story-depth wise, never understood why others love it so much (but I've seen it in German, sometimes dubbing can take away a lot) = not sure how to word that. Someone mentioned having seen 200+ movies out of that time, in case that was based on my list on page 2, I've seen far more, those on said list are the ones I might add on my list as being at least medium quality in m
    2 points
  39. So the critics are fine grading a movie like Saw, which glorifies torture and extreme violence, but Joker crosses the line.
    2 points
  40. Looks like Evans won't have to return to MCU soon. Now lets see what happens with RDJ's 200M behemoth Dolittle.
    2 points
  41. Weekend 9/5-9/8 (Actual) 1. It: Chapter Two R$ 17.17m NEW $ 4.17m 2. Nada a perder - Parte 2 R$ 3.56m -46.8% $ 868k 3. Yesterday R$ 2.69m -23.4% $ 656k 4. The Lion King R$ 2.53m -34.1% $ 617k 5. The Queen's Corgi R$ 1.51m NEW $ 368k 6. Bacurau
    2 points
  42. UK Weekend 36 2019.9.6-9.8 Rank Title Weekend Scr Total 1 It: Chapter Two £7,368,586 652 £7,368,586 2 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood £1,084,302 631 £18,591,862 3 Angel Has Fallen £695,622 519 £5,931,985 4 The Lion King £686,991 608 £73,143,510 5 Polityka £517,25
    2 points


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