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Eric Madrigal

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  1. Guys it could just be they don't want to reveal Church or Ifans until the movie comes out. We're all under the assumption Sony's hiding [redacted], so why are we assuming otherwise here?
  2. Sing 2 Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-19 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 1 54 1480 9916 14.93% Total Seats Sold Today: 6
  3. Spider-Man: No Way Home Greater Philadelphia Area Seat Report T-12 and Counting Sellouts Showings Seats Sold Total Seats Perct Sold TOTALS 0 202 15,799 37,428 40.86% Total Seats Sold Today: 507 Comp 2.081x of Black Widow's Final Count (27.47M) 3.016x of Venom 2's Final Count (34.99M) Adjusted Comp 1.207x of Star Wars: TROS T-12 (48.29M)
  4. It will always bother me, no matter how many times I pester, that he doesn't change his name to Eric Legion
  5. Here I was thinking the Wonka movie would get some wacky “and the Fabulous Emancipation” subtitle ☹️
  6. Think that's enough, at least for right now. I'll see if I'll do more tonight, especially because we're soon getting into the Scorsese movies some of you likely would love to hear me talk about. Still, I hope you're enjoying my writing so far and hopefully you'll be intrigued to check out some of these more obscure titles.
  7. #23 New York, New York (1977) 38 pts, 9 lists "Do I look like a gentleman to you in this shirt and these pants?" Top 10 placements: 3 Box Office: $16.4 million Rotten Tomatoes: 58% Metacritic: 64 Awards: 4 Golden Globe nominations, #31 on AFI's Top 100 Songs (2004) Roger Ebert’s Review: "Martin Scorcese's "New York, New York" never pulls itself together into a coherent whole, but if we forgive the movie its confusions we're left with a good time. In other words: Abandon your expectations of an orderly plot, and y
  8. #24 The Last Waltz (1978) 24 pts, 5 lists "'"Well, son, you won't make much money, but you'll get more pussy than Frank Sinatra.'" Top 10 placements: 1 Box Office: $340,687 Rotten Tomatoes: 98% Metacritic: 88 Awards: In New York Times' Best 1000 Movies Ever Made (2003), 3X Platinum for the album Roger Ebert’s Review: Watching this film, the viewer with mercy will be content to allow the musicians to embrace closure, and will not demand an encore. Yet I give it three stars? Yes, because the film is such a revealin
  9. #25 Who’s That Knocking At My Door (1967) 21 pts, 7 lists " Everybody should like westerns" Box Office: $16,085 Rotten Tomatoes: 70% Metacritic: 63 Awards: N/A Roger Ebert’s Review: To be sure, Scorsese was occasionally too obvious, and the film has serious structural flaws, but nobody who loves movies believes a perfect one will ever be made. What we hope for instead are small gains on the fronts of hope, love, comedy and tragedy. It is possible that with more experience and maturity Scorsese will direct more polished
  10. https://deadline.com/2021/12/weekend-box-office-encanto-spider-man-no-way-home-1234884813/
  11. #26 Italianamerican (1974) 18 pts, 5 lists "I'll murder you. You won't get out of this house alive!" Top 10 placements: 1 Box Office: N/A Rotten Tomatoes: N/A Metacritic: N/A Awards: Critic Review: "Martin Scorsese’s 1974 documentary, arriving a year after Mean Streets, is an unfussy, unfiltered document, mostly consisting of his mother Catherine and father Charles sitting in their New York City apartment, cooking and eating a meal, and sharing memories as children of Italian immigrants. The delight is in the couple’s pa
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