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  1. 33 points
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    I guess there must be some holiday. Good holds. Joker 9.6 Abominable 1.3 DA 1.03
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  4. 20 points
    PUT ON A HAPPY FACE This year, Warner Bros. is giving us not one, but two evil clown movies back to back. I guess Kevin Tsujihara has a thing for them. But in all seriousness, when Joker was first announced, the first reactions were nothing but eye rolls. An origin story to a character who doesn’t need it? A DC movie unrelated to the rest of the DCEU? No Batman? The Hangover guy directing a moody, character-focused crime drama? Everything about this seemed like, for lack of a better word, a joke. But in the end, Warner Bros. had the last laugh. Since the first day of shooting, people started to realize this was looking to be something very special. Trailers made the film look astonishing and unlike anything else the genre has seen before, only further building buzz. And sure enough, after debuting at Venice and Toronto, reactions are strong, with the film and star Joaquin Phoenix now a part of the Oscar conversation. It has even gone on to be one of the most controversial and discussed films of the year. Yes, the man who brought us Old School is the new auteur in town. Truly we are living in the weirdest timeline. And alongside this critical success, the film is expected to explode at the box office, with tracking estimating Joker has a chance at doing 80M at least, which would break Venom’s record last year, and giving Joker the biggest October opening ever. It might even reach 100M when all is said and done. Regardless of where it opens at, comic book and film fans are excited to see what the next step for DC and the CBM in general has in store, and we’re all excited to see the film’s box office. But since this movie is a pretty big deal, and since there have been some fighting in some of the forums, this thread is up a bit earlier than usual, and rules will be a lot stricter. So.... 1. ABSOLUTELY NO SPOILERS. NOT EVEN SPOILERS POSTED UNDER SPOILER TAGS. This rule is applied to all weekend threads, but it's especially true for this weekend. Joker is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and there are many who haven’t seen the film yet that don’t want to be spoiled by anything not revealed in the marketing. You are free to give general opinions, but try to avoid going into any further detail. This applies to every other movie in theaters. So no Abominable spoilers, no Ad Astra spoilers, no Downton Abbey spoilers, etc. If you do spoil something here, you will be banned. No exceptions. Don't be a dick. We will have a Review That Movie thread up eventually 2. KEEP YOUR AGENDA OUT OF HERE. We get it. The Joker movie represents the downfall of society and all who like the movie are supporting incels. People who don’t like this movie are whiny SJWs. DC is the only studio that knows how to take risks and Marvel is a plague to cinema. Marvel can do nothing wrong, and DC should throw in the towel. The Rise of Skywalker is gonna bomb because Ruin Johnson destroyed the franchise. James Cameron is the true box office king. Yadda yadda yadda. There's a time and place for these kinds of statements...actually, there isn't. But at the very least, it doesn't belong here. If you want to start these beefs related to all of these dumb children's movies, take it to the Fanboy Wars thread right here. If you do this kind of stuff here, you will be banned. No exceptions. So to all the people who want to go on about how “JOKER IS BAD. STAR WARS IS DEAD”, don’t even fucking try. Not gonna name names, but you know who you are. Don't be a dick. 3. NO CONSPIRACY THEORIES. For the past month, there have been a lot of conspiracies revolving around this movie, mainly that “woke critics” are purposely trying to bring the movie’s RT score down because of its politics. Yeah, no. We're not gonna have this stuff here. I don't care what evidence you have. These types of posts are going to derail the thread and are basically trolling. We'll allow maybe one or two posts about a potential discrepancy between audiences or critics, or you saying you didn't like the movie or that the crowd you were with weren't into the film, or you arguing there's potential for a bad second weekend drop. But if you start repeating yourself, or said posts are inflammatory, or you start promoting the idea that there's some sort of evil conspiracy going around...you will be banned. No exceptions. Again, not naming names, but you know who you are. Don't be a dick. 4. NO POLITICS. This film has been a big political talking point here. Whether the film’s themes, messages, and the execution of said items can create something toxic. Some say it’s nothing to worry about, others say it’s potentially dangerous. You can think whatever you want to think, but please don’t come after people for their personal opinions on these issues or especially on the film itself. If people like it, great! If people don’t, also great! But going after people for political reasons is not cool. This is supposed to be a movie forum where people can talk about the box office and talk about movies without getting hounded by other people. If you can’t do that, then just leave. Don't be a dick. 5. THE REPORT AND IGNORE BUTTONS ARE YOUR FRIENDS. See a post that might be breaking the rules? DO NOT RESPOND TO IT. Just hit the Report button, give an explanation to the problem, including the context, then hit "Submit". The mods will determine the post and see if it's breaking the rules, and give out repercussions. See a poster that's consistently being annoying? Then just highlight their name, then click "Ignore User" on the pop-up. Also check the “Quotes” box just in case. It'll save lives and hopefully cause less of an uproar or infighting. While trolls are already bad, responding to them only makes it worse. So again...Don't be a dick. 6. IS OFF-TOPIC DISCUSSION OKAY? Well...yes and no. We want people to stick to box office numbers as best as they can. However, there are plenty of dead periods of time with no new numbers, and other discussions will surge. This is especially true in the early days of this thread, where there aren’t any numbers to talk about. And those discussions are okay to have, so long as the off topic discussions don't go overboard. So if there's no action, and you want to share your fursona, or promote your favorite boy band, or rank your favorite fast food places, that's totally fine. Just remember to not talk about anything controversial and remember that when the numbers come to keep those discussions down to a minimum. Keep on doing that, and it becomes a chore for many who just want to know the numbers. We will have a post immediately after this one that will focus on just the numbers updated to the most recent estimates, but the phrase still applies. Don't. Be. A. Dick. And lastly... 7. DON'T BE A DICK. Threads lately have started to become a little too toxic. Whatever the reason may be, if you're not following any of these rules or are straight up not being nice, you're going to get the banhammer smashed onto you. Doing some concern trolling to a movie? Banned. Revealing that Joker kills Dumbledore? Banned. Trying to start arguments on controversial topics? Banned. Just posting something unpleasant or mean? Banned. If you're not sure if your post is nice, think to yourself this: "If I post this, will people get mad?" If so, then don't post it. And if you're unsure if you can handle being nice for one weekend, then, simply put, get out of here. You probably know what I'm gonna say next. TL;DR. No spoilers, no fanboy wars. Keep it nice, keep it neutral, don't attack others, and you'll be fine. If you don't do this stuff, you'll risk a threadban, a suspension, or even a permanent ban, so tread lightly. Outside of that, just have fun! And two last things... First of all, this thread will likely lean into being more domestic-focused. If you want to know about how Joker is doing in other countries, look at the International section of the forums right here. The international thread solely dedicated to Joker is also available right here. And second.... WE’RE HAVING A SALE... 50% off one month of Premium $5 off one month of Gold Account And now... WITHOUT FURTHER ADO LET’S DO THIS SHIT
  5. 16 points
    I’m so tired of this. How is it not amazing? what do people have against these films? Biggest October previews ever Biggest October weekend ever The film is R rated it would be the fourth biggest opening ever for an R rated film, ever. What do people expect, it’s so blatant and tiresome.
  6. 15 points
    I think 20m+ friday is happening. AMC is adding more shows to Joker and I am expecting a good increase in show count by late afternoon. Juggernauts defy gravity. 70m+ 2nd weekend. That means its looking at 400m domestic run !!!!
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  10. 13 points
    Also this sunday drop will be soft this weekend due to Columbus day. What's impressive is AMC PS is ahead of monday !!! I am confident it will have soft monday to wednesday drop. That would confirm great 2nd weekend, I am also thinking low to mid 50's at this point. I definitely feel all the publicity around potential mass shooting subdued OD and since then BO has been on a tear. So that should help it have really soft 2nd weekend drop. its basically going to pull in a Gravity or Martian kind of hold(though not exactly at crazy levels of those movies). 55m 2nd weekend would be low 30's drop minus previews. That is off the charts for a movie based on very popular CB character !!!!!
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  12. 12 points
    I checked around 830PM and both AMC and Cinemark seem to have dropped a hair under 20% today. So somewhere in 17.5-18m range sunday. I will update with final numbers in another 90 minutes.
  13. 12 points
    OS Actuals $151M https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/joker-box-office-all-records-broken-1245732
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  15. 11 points
    #88 (tie) The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) 20 points, 5 lists 100% on Rotten Tomatoes with 38 reviews https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Taking_of_Pelham_One_Two_Three_(1974_film)
  16. 11 points
  17. 11 points
    @MCKillswitch123 we live in a society. 3rd biggest OW ever for a superhero movie here behind IW and EG https://www.ica-ip.pt/fotos/downloads/ranking_fds_3_a_6_de_outubro_2019_217485d9b1442c1c36.pdf Surpassed Shazam's total in 4 days. It will pass Wonder Woman tomorrow.
  18. 11 points
    if Joker proves anything it's that people will still show up for a movie like scent of a woman you've just gotta turn the lawyer into daredevil and the kid into spider-man
  19. 11 points
    Oct 04, 2019 Rank Title Release Date Daily Gross (Total) Admissions (Total) Number of Screens Revenue Share 1 Joker U.S. Oct 02, 2019 $2,622,488 ($9,223,298) 355,276 (1,269,322) 1,327 52.68% 2 Crazy Romance South Korea Oct 02, 2019 $1,149,092 ($4,228,079) 160,134 (599,808) 1,068 23.08% 3 Man of Men South Korea Oct 02, 2019 $586,384 ($2,865,746) 83,183 (422,045) 793 11.78% 4 Battle of Jangsari South Korea Sep 25, 2019 $205,856 ($6,400,157) 30,609 (966,512) 638 4.13% 5 The Princess and The Dragon Russia Oct 02, 2019 $72,601 ($297,484) 11,415 (46,033) 401 1.45% 6 GNOME ALONE Canada Oct 03, 2019 $50,414 ($157,730) 7,856 (23,866) 174 1.01% 7 By Quantum Physics: A Nightlife Venture South Korea Sep 25, 2019 $55,211 ($3,603,308) 7,820 (528,285) 440 1.1% 8 The Bad Guys: Reign of Chaos South Korea Sep 11, 2019 $48,501 ($32,878,139) 6,980 (4,546,303) 359 0.97% 9 Gemini Man U.S. Oct 09, 2019 $44,856 ($48,541) 6,045 (6,446) 28 0.9% 10 Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood U.S. Sep 25, 2019 $30,198 ($1,687,214) 4,061 (248,678) 156 0.6% Joker is almost certain to deliver the biggest DC opening, should be around 15-16m 5 days opening. on par with venom last year
  20. 11 points
    Joker Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report Final Count Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 168 4,910 31,750 15.46% Total Seats Sold Today: 1,471 Comp 2.581x of Once Upon's final count (14.97M) 1.417x of It: Chapter Two's final count (14.88M) Adjusted Comp 0.508x of Lion King's final count (11.68M) 2.410x of Hobbs & Shaw's final count (13.98M) Fantastic final day here. Once Upon started at 4, while It 2 started at 5, and had IMAX and PLFs and no 3D, so 15M seems like the probable answer...but everyone else's comps are pointing to somewhere around 11M, so I do think Philly is overperforming this time around, so don't take my numbers too seriously. But watch me being right and this ends up making 15M tonight 🙄
  21. 11 points
    if folks get shot up this weekend can we blame the media for creating the incentive for a loser to get his 15 minutes and the atmosphere of fear that comes with that? fuck these people
  22. 11 points
    ===== Made it all the way to Sunday of release week before someone pulled out the Walkups Card. I think that's a record for this thread.
  23. 10 points
    $222M OS Now, $70m on Weekdays . "The Warner Bros hit stands at $222.2m internationally and $350.1m globally, marking an impressive gain since it stormed out of the gates last weekend to establish record October launches at the global, international, and North American box office on $248.2m, $152.2m, and $96.2m, respectively." https://www.screendaily.com/box-office/joker-soars-past-350m-at-global-box-office-ahead-of-gemini-man-challenge/5143748.article
  24. 10 points
  25. 10 points
    Joker Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-4 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 108 1,550 24,387 6.36% Total Seats Sold Today: 169 Comp 1.177x of It: Chapter Two 4 days before release (12.36M) Adjusted Comp 3.224x of Hobbs & Shaw 4 days before release (18.7M) Good final day before Premiere Week goes into full effect. I'm still cautious on this doing 10M+, if only because of other people's data, and the potential of Philadelphia overperforming or something. But it seems like things are still on the right track as it were.
  26. 10 points
  27. 9 points
  28. 9 points
    16 would give it 56-58M depending on Saturday. Addams looking at 30-32M, Gemini looking at O/U 20. To put that Joker second weekend into perspective, that would have been an October OW record prior to last year.
  29. 9 points
    Thank you folks. It seems there was some boost yesterday. Otherwise there is no way Wednesday would be on par with Monday. It will drop hard today as well worse than normal thursday. But let us see how friday is. Biggest change is it has fewer shows at MTC 3125 vs 3631 yesterday. That is a big change. I guess losing imax/plf(some of them) to Gemini Man will be the biggest impact.
  30. 9 points
    Saw Joker last night, car park full, theatre as full as for Endgame. UK is lapping this up in a way I wouldn't expect for a DC film, especially for something so disturbing. Anyway, 11/10, phenomenal movie, give it all the awards.
  31. 9 points
    #88 (tie) All That Jazz (1979) 20 points, 5 lists. 2012 Sight & Sound: 3 directors https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_That_Jazz_(film)
  32. 9 points
    😂 Even though I live in India, my sleep patterns operate on an american/European time zone. Partly due to the fact I used to live there but mostly due to my previous work. Im trying to change that now
  33. 9 points
    JOKER - NYC Local Mon (9/23) (10am) Tues (9/24) (4pm) Thur (9/25) (4pm) Mon (9/30) 4:20pm (RPX) 4:30PM 10/320 15/320 15/320 24/320 (RPX) 7:30PM 14/320 41/320 53/320 70/320 (RPX) 10:30PM 16/320 16/320 20/320 37/320 (2D) 4:PM 14/301 17/301 17/301 22/301 (2D) 5:PM 8/301 8/301 8/301 10/301 (2D) 5:30PM 6/257 13/257 (2D) 7:PM 16/301 28/301 30/301 38/301 (2D) 8:PM 8/301 20/301 24/301 32/301 (2D) 8:30PM 6/257 24/257 (2D) 9:30PM 10/256 24/256 (2D) 10:PM 10/301 10/301 10/301 15/301 (2D) 11:PM 8/301 17/301 18/301 19/301 104/2766 = 3.776% 172/2766 = 6.122% 217/3536= 6.137% 328/3536=9.276% NYC Local Mon Tues Wed Thur Previews Preview Start Shazam! 129/2229 (Afternoon) 187/2229 (3:30pm) $5.9m 4:00 PM Avengers: Endgame 3948/4,736 (12am) 4,853/5493 (9pm) $60m 6:00 PM Aladdin 98/1242 (12pm) $7m 6:00 PM Godzilla 2 135/1915 (7:45pm) 204/2150 (3:30pm) $6.3m 4:00 PM X-Men: DP 103/942 (4pm) 209/942 (3:15pm) 272/942 (3:45pm) $5m 6:00 PM SLOP 2 38/771 (4pm) 43/771 (3:15pm) $2.3m 6:00 PM Toy Story 4 165/2049 (4pm) 233/2049 (7:40pm) $12m 6:00 PM SM:FFH 142/922 $2.8m Midnights Only The Lion King 236/3228 (6:30pm) 294/3228 (6:20pm) 444/3228 (4:30pm) 557/3228 (4:30pm) $23m 6:00 PM OUATIH 117/1179 (2:15pm) 159/1179 (4pm) 335/1179 (420:pm) $5.8m 4:00 PM Hobbs & Shaw 60/1543 (5:20pm) 181/1543 (4pm) $5.8m 7:00 PM IT Part 2 147/2764 (9am) 239/2764 (7:10pm) $10.5m 5:00 PM Hustlers 45/512 (4:30pm) (4:30pm) (4:30pm) $2.5m 6:00 PM Downton Abbey (eps) 37/301 (4:30pm) (4:30pm) (4:30pm) $2.2m 7:00 PM Ad Astra 26/602 (4:30pm) 26/602 (4:30pm) 41/602 (4:30pm) $1.5m 6:00 PM Downton Abbey 31/512 (4:30pm) 39/512 (4:30pm) 52/1015 (4:30pm) $2.1m 7:00 PM Rambo 29/302 (4:30pm) 53/1242 (4:30pm) 58/1242 (4:30pm) $1.3m 6:00 PM Abominable 30/255 (4:30pm) (4:30pm) 73/1969 (4:30pm) 6:00 PM Joker (-1 week) 104/2766 (9am) 172/2766 (4:30pm) 217/3536 (4pm) 4:00 PM Joker 328/3536 (4:20pm) Not a lot of good Mon comps or comps in general AEG Monday (actually very late Sunday) - $4.98m - IT Part 2 (Monday) - $23.428m TLK: $31.966m You can see that IT2 was more late walk up heavy than OUATIA and TLK was more walk up heavy than IT2 and far more walk up heavy than OUATIH (would have done $13.83m using TLK comps) But in sold seats it's already ahead of XMen: DP, Godzilla2 and near OATIH 's Thur numbers which did $5 - 6.3m in previews
  34. 9 points
    Maybe it has something to do with THE LAST JEDI being a significantly better movie than INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL. This is the sort of topic that is ripe for goal post moving. If JJ trashes TLJ, it's "See, even JJ Abrams says it sucks!" If he doesn't or says he really enjoyed TLJ (which he has), it's "He would never trash the movie, he's doing publicity!" There's never any consideration that maybe JJ Abrams actually did dig Episode VIII.
  35. 9 points
    FWIW, being Winona-ed by Kenny is a good sign you’ve said something reasonable and level-headed
  36. 9 points
    It's rather odd seeing the wide discrepancy for Joker sales across the country. I went back to look at comps at some movies I tracked (JW3, Venom, Deadpool 2 and Shazam) and if I didn't have this thread to see how it was selling at other locations, I'd honestly question whether or not it would even break $60M for its OW just based on how its selling at my theater. I know I'd mentioned around $80M but I took the time to actually go look at other movies sales and yea it's not selling all that well for a film that's tracking at $80M+ OW. It's sold a total of 168 tickets for Thursday night and we are less than a week out. That's well behind John Wick 3, Venom and Deadpool 2 when they were a week out and just a bit ahead of Shazam. But I do admit that my theater has been very odd in terms of tickets sold and how well a movie does the last couple of times I have done this. If I have time later this weekend, I may look at other movie theaters in my area although I don't have direct comps but it'll at least give me an idea of whether my theater is an outlier or my area in general isn't on the Joker hype train. *Since I’ve already been Winona Rydered, I want to say that no I don’t think the Joker is opening under $60M. I’m still thinking $80-90M right now BUT I just thought it was interesting how wide the discrepancy between some of the theaters are (even in the same regions as some posters have pointed out) in terms of sales for Thursday night
  37. 9 points
    #28 Natural Born Killers Starring: Woody Harrelson, Julliette Lewis, Tom Sizemore, Robert Downey Jr. Directed by: Oliver Stone...Written by: Quentin Tarantino Box office: 50.2 million Number of lists: 7 Number one placements: 0 Top 5: 1 Quick Synopsis: Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media. IMDB synopsis: Mickey Knox and Mallory Wilson aren't your typical lovers - after killing her abusive father, they go on a road trip where, every time they stop somewhere, they kill pretty well everyone around them. They do however leave one person alive at every shootout to tell the story and they soon become a media sensation thanks to sensationalized reporting. Told in a highly visual style. Critic Opinion: Oliver Stone says he operates from the gut, and it won’t be just goodies and Gumps who dismiss the volcanically violent Natural Born Killers as something he puked up. Stone made the film after ingesting every media-hyped crime story from Bobbitt and Buttafuoco to Menendez and Simpson. You’ll see all of them and more in the epilogue. Incoherent as drama or satire, this surreal splatterfest soars on its visual audacity. Beware, you woozy-stomach types: Killers is a sensory assault (stretch that R rating, bro). And Stone shows no mercy. In the prologue, lovebirds Mickey (Woody Harrelson) and Mallory Knox (Juliette Lewis) stomp, stab and shoot rednecks in a diner. Their selection process is pretty much “eenie meenie,” though one cowboy stupidly howls, “I call her pussy!” when Mallory, her midriff bare, gives her tight jeans a workout at the jukebox. Credits roll over a splash of blood on a windshield as Mickey and Mallory drive off on a murder spree through the Southwest that makes them worldwide stars and leaves 52 dead: Rolling Stone User Opinion: Wow! What a crazy movie! This film was filled with lots of adrenaline and Oliver Stone's style to the film like some scenes like the opening with the black and white and the lighting when Woddy Harrelson is tripping out is fantastic! A fun cast! Grade B+ @Maxmoser3 My Opinion: From director Oliver Stone comes this flashy but frustratingly uneven and unfocused story of a sadistic, recently married couple who brutally butcher random people across the United States as part of their honeymoon. Their heinous acts and eventual apprehension attract the attention of the media and interested viewers all over the world, but instead of punishing them they would prefer to tell their life story. Well-crafted film holds your interest by making social points that are poignant, provocative, at times even satirical, but alas, they're set in the midst of noisy and excessive action scenes that are relentless and headache-inducing, not to mention extremely violent. Cast is good, especially Harrelson and Lewis who make a good match, but they need much more sturdy direction.
  38. 9 points
    It's really not crazy to say Aurora impacted TDKR, especially after years of evidence from other CBMs. Dark Knight Rises' midnights to Friday ratio (30M to 75.7M) is about 2.472x, which for a CBM is one of, if not the lowest ever, especially for a movie as big as this, and coming out before Thursday previews were a common thing. Even something like Avengers: Endgame did 2.624x, and that was just as, if not more anticipated and was as big of a finale as TDKR. And sure, even if you want to argue DC films are more frontloaded, even films as despised/frontloaded as Justice League and BvS still cleared 2.9x for their preview to Friday. Sure, TDKR's IM wouldn't be crazy high if everything went right, but it's a little silly to say Aurora didn't impact the movie's performance even a little bit.
  39. 9 points
    Joker Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-7 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 93 1,076 18,925 5.69% Total Shows Added Today: 5 Total Seats Added Today: 470 Total Seats Sold Today: 170 Comp 1.023x of It: Chapter Two 7 days before release (10.74M) Adjusted Comp 3.336x of Hobbs & Shaw 7 days before release (19.35M) It rises yet again. 10M+ previews are looking like more of a reality. Though if 100M+ is possible is still up in the air
  40. 9 points
    Joker Inland Empire Area Premiere Night Seat Report: T-8 Days Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Seats Left % Sold TOTALS 0 163 2401 39358 36957 6.10% Total Seats Sold Today: 266
  41. 9 points
    Up to 9 showtimes for Thursday Previews at Scotiabank Montreal. 3 IMAX, 3 Regular, 3 70MM. Cinemas want that 100m+ OW.
  42. 9 points
    Ad Astra Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-2 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 31 193 5,533 3.49% Total Showings Added Today: 5 Total Seats Added Today: 533 Total Seats Sold Today: 36 Comp 0.210x of Once Upon 2 days before release (1.22M) 0.101x of It Chapter Two 2 days before release (1.06M) 0.547x of Hustlers 2 days before release (1.37M) Adjusted Comp 0.200x of Hobbs & Shaw 2 days before release (1.16M) Not gonna lie, this was a very poor jump. It's also one that very much puts 20M in jeopardy. We'll see if the next two days will change things around.
  43. 8 points
    Just come by to say that I’ve watched this 3 times and this is definitely my new all time favorite comic book based movie. 10/10 for the soundtrack , story , acting and the most important thing : the real life topic that’s so relatable and tragic yet beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time.
  44. 8 points
  45. 8 points
    #87 Escape from Alcatraz (1979) 20 points, 8 lists 96% on rotten tomatoes with 24 reviews https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escape_from_Alcatraz_(film)
  46. 8 points
    Welp just as I predicted. The movie isn't going to appeal to the GP. This score is inflated by fans/target audience as well! So it's probably around C-/D+.
  47. 8 points
    Salt Lake Valley report, 1 day before preview night. Salt Lake City Cinemark Sugarhouse, 10 screens. Total 246/723 34% Tickets sold today- 58 307% of Dark Phoenix final 244% of Godzilla " 222% of John Wick " 132% of Pika " 69% of IT: Chapter 2 " 51% of TLK " West Jordan Cinemark 24 Jordan Landing, 13 screens. Total 283/1961 14.4% PLF tickets sold today- 25 (I have decided to use WJ exclusively to track the suburbs from now on, and not just focus on the PLFs, but all the screenings for a particular movie.) Big, big day in Salt Lake. Tickets sold in SLC and West Jordan increased from 49 yesterday to 83 today, an almost 70% bump. Comps are shooting up and are all above OW $90 now except for Pika and IT which are approx $70 and $64, respectively. Fridays are selling great as well, with the prime evening shows in SLC closing in on 80%.
  48. 8 points
    Haven't done this in a while so I'm probably talking out of my ass but I have Joker around $80M for opening weekend. My only concern for it is that typically DC movies are a bit more front loaded and its currently behind Venom at my theater. Having said that, I think the Joker's OW will rely on the WOM throughout the weekend so if it is well received by audiences, I wouldn't be shocked if it has a better IM and does over $90M.
  49. 8 points
    Ad Astra Inland Empire Area Premiere Night Seat Report: PREMIERE NIGHT (MID-DAY REPORT) [12:50pm - 1:10pm] Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Seats Left Perct Sold TOTALS 0 37 607 8774 8167 6.92% Comps: Time % Total Sold Sellouts / Shows Seats Left / Total Seats Perct Sold Comp The Hustlers 1:00-1:30 41.41% 1466 0/58 8929/10395 14.10% 1.04m
  50. 8 points


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