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  1. Agreed. There’s a lot more to talk about rather than focus way too much on only one movie...(which usually are box office flops. And doodie-boy just keeps talking about how Dolittle will bomb. And I’m just like “Yeah, yeah, we get it already. No need to constantly care so much about the negative aspects of the box office bomb, and instead move on to something better like a surprise hit like Bad Boys 3 now for example”.
  2. Fair enough. But it’s a rather unhealthy habit to think too much on movies that are failing rather than surprise hits. I agree with narnialadis, you’re repeating the exact same thing over and over with reality...way too much. 🤦🏻‍♀️ Move on and focus more on movies that...well, are more worth talking about, like the breakout-hits rather than those you constantly saying that will bomb. Cause let’s be honest: have you ever been wrong about certain movies that performed...way above expectations?
  3. This. I agree there. That might be even more annoying if it’s always about movies that bomb badly rather than breaking out, like Bad Boys 3 is doing now.
  4. You know what they say. “If you sink so low (BB2’s 23% on RT), there’s nowhere to go but up (BB3’s 70-80% on RT).
  5. Interesting how the RT-ratings are for these movies. BB1 had 42%, BB2 had 23%...and now BB3 is currently landing around mid/high 70%. Guess the Michael Bay curse didn’t badly affect this film after all.
  6. Yay! 👩🏻‍💼🙋🏻‍♀️ The worldwide audience is making Mickey and his company happy about yet another $1B WW for a Star Wars-movie.
  7. Another great Pixar sequel. 🙋🏻‍♀️👍🏻 A+
  8. Since I have seen more movies from both these years (and really liked a lot of them) they were released, I decided to update my list and count them all out (that I have seen). 2016: Kung Fu Panda 3 Sing The Legend of Tarzan Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Central Intelligence Storks The BFG Trolls The Angry Birds Movie The Secret Life of Pets Finding Dory Doctor Strange 2017: War for the Planet of the Apes The Boss Baby Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales Kong: Skull Island Beauty and the Beast (2017) Ballerina/Leap XXX: Return of Xander Cage Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You!
  9. As much as I love this film, there is something that I have been wondering for a while. After Aladdin wished for Genie’s freedom, why didn’t Will Smith’s Genie get to keep his power like the Robin Williams’s Genie did in the end of 1992 animated film? In that film, even after when Genie was free...he was still blue and still could fly and use magic. Hence why in the end of that film..we see Genie fly away (while saying goodbye to his friends) to discover the rest of the world. Which led to two sequels and an animated tv series after the first movie. Sadly, Will Smith’s Genie doesn’t get that luxury of still keeping his Genie-like powers here in this film. How come? 🙍🏻‍♀️ Wouldn’t it kinda suck for him to not have his powers as he had while was still...well, a genie?
  10. So far...there’s never been a movie over $500M+ DOM that didn’t get to $1B+ WW. All other $500M-movies got there, even films like TDK & Rogue One. So it don’t see why TROS would have a hard time getting there, if Disney wants it to make $1B WW.
  11. True. DH2 is that only one. Coincidentally, SS is still (even to this day) the closest to billion (though being under it) with $978M WW.
  12. Speaking of Harry Potter-franchise....in terms of just the 8 films (excluding FB), all of them seems to have a certainly consistant RT-score from critics. Sorcerer’s Stone = 81% Chamber of Secrets = 83% Prisoner of Azkaban = 90% Goblet of Fire = 88% Order of the Phoenix = 78% Half-Blood Prince = 83% Deathly Hallows: Part 1 = 77% Deathly Hallows: Part 2 = 96% So in the eyes of the critics...there’s never such a thing as a bad Harry Potter-film.
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