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Fancyarcher last won the day on October 7 2015

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  1. 24m. Should open higher then most other movies released theatrically during the pandemic, but still it's a bit of a wildcard of how well it'll do.
  2. This is shocking and heartbreaking. I had no idea he had cancer. RIP Mr. Boseman, he was one of the most talented actors of his generation, and it just felt like he was about to explode before he passed.
  3. I'm so sorry to here that, hopefully things pull through for you TwoMisfits. Don't worry we're all here for you.
  4. It's a bit vague for me how my interest in box office really started. I think it was the opening weekend of Toy Story 3 where my full interest in box office data really start to bloom, but I remember randomly reading about the opening weekend numbers in little sprinkles in the newspaper for years prior. I still recall following the massive opening weekend of Spider-Man 3, and then seeing it collapse after in slow-motion. Comparing and contrasting opening weekend numbers was always one of my favorite hobbies, and I used to be and still am sorta obsessed with how a particular film would rank in top 100 or 200, on the year end chart. Some of my best remembered box office stories include the opening of The Avengers, Avatar's historic run (of course), seeing Green Lantern open solid on Friday, and then subsequently bomb after, Harry Potter and The Dealthy Hallows Part 2's big opening weekend, and Inception's crazy wom, plus more recent incredible runs like Black Panther, Parasite, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, and Knives Out are probably going to be stuck into my memory for years to come. I found Boxofficetheory by accident. I was just searching for some random numbers, and I stumbled upon this website. I was actually shocked there was a forum dedicated to box office discussion, which at the time, was one of my favorite things to follow. I immediately signed-up for an account, and subsequently began posting. When I learned it was a continuation of old forums started on the box office mojo site I was taken aback at first. I had no idea that Mojo once had a forum, and I just wasn't paying attention to it. I was initially disappointed that I didn't join the old forums first, when it was still around, but I grew to really appreciate this place, and all of its users, and all the fun discussion that came from weekend threads. It especially livened my weekends up when I was still in college.
  5. I watched that a couple years back when it was on Amazon Prime, because it was an early Hill film I hadn't seen yet. Such a unsung gem, well-acted, and it gets pretty terrifying at points.
  6. Sorry couldn't make it all the way through today's showing of The Train @Cap. I've been on the road for a few hours now, and am now at a beach resort in Maine. I can definitely show up for the Sunset Boulevard showing on Monday, though.
  7. It absolutely is, and I wish I had remembered to put it on my list.
  8. That would work great. If anything 10:30 PM would be a lot better for me. Also I really like the idea of doing a double feature with Cat People.
  9. I was just about to point that out. Just because Kiki's Delivery Service doesn't have super complicated plot or a big villain in it doesn't make it uninteresting. If anything it's amazing how refreshingly simple the whole thing is, and its themes are wonderful, and incredibly resonant, just like any of Miyazaki's best films.
  10. I really couldn't complain with the top five in general, they're all fantastic movies. I'm quite happy to see Raiders on top, though. Unfortunately I'm all out of likes right now, because I have an ordinary regular account, and I'm not very stingy with my reactions. Still great job @The Panda. The write-ups were outstanding.
  11. Do The Right Thing is one of those movies that I really came around to on rewatch. The first time I saw it, I couldn't believe it was as good as I had been told, and I was reluctant to even consider it significantly great, but I rewatched it a couple years ago finally, and accepted it as the absolute masterpiece it is. Just about everything in it is 10+ and more. If anything it might be a bit too low.
  12. Chinatown just barely missing the top 100, and behind The Big Short?
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