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Mike Hunt

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About Mike Hunt

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  1. January 2022 (1 so far) January 13 - The 355 (2022) Coming Soon
  2. I think cinemas might close the day of her death, like if it happens early enough like before 3/4pm in the day and the day of the funeral I could see them being closed (which is 10 days after her death and would be a bank holiday)
  3. Translates to about £90.46M not sure what the actual will be.
  4. £5.26M, 4th biggest FSS below Bond, Venom 2 and Shang-Chi. Above F9, Dune and Black Widow
  5. 29 - 31 October 2021 - Full Numbers - Top 10 and Unplaced Numbers 1. No Time to Die - £3,500,000 (-24%) / £85,900,000 / Week 5 2. Dune - £3,300,000 (-30.7%) / £13,200,000 / Week 2 3. Venom: Let There Be Carnage - £1,500,000 (-40%) / £14,800,000 / Week 3 4. The Addams Family 2 - £1,500,000 (+66.8%) / £8,900,000 / Week 4 5. The Boss Baby 2: Family Business - £1,300,000 (+13%) / £5,000,000 / Week 2 6. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - £965,008 / £65,800,000 / Week 1 7. Halloween Kills - £759,241 (-1.2%) / £4,600,000 / Week 3 8. Last Night in Soho - £716,248 / Week 1 9.
  6. It's 30 days now! Pretty great milestone. https://www.google.com/amp/s/deadline.com/2021/10/no-time-to-die-dune-venom-let-there-be-carnage-china-global-international-box-office-1234865457/amp/
  7. I'm so curious what the preview numbers are for Last Night in Soho given it can't even get to $5M off a $1.9M opening day. Was the pure Friday really that bad?
  8. Which is why there is an ellipsis after 'very strong language.' The short description gives you a very brief look at what gave it an 18 rating, The longer description describes the context for those things and also mentions issues that would be rated lower than the film's rating
  9. Very impressive total! It's got more to climb soon too
  10. Yeah, I do like how the BBFC only mention what gives the film the rating in the description and they go into more detail in the in depth ratings info for the stuff that would reach the lower ratings rather than mentioning everything in the description. But yeah, the only thing that gives the film the 18 rating is the injury detail, all the other stuff not in the main description would be at 15 or lower level.
  11. https://www.bbfc.co.uk/release/the-wolf-of-wall-street-q29sbgvjdglvbjpwwc0zoti1otq Wolf of Wall Street is rated 18 for 'very strong language...' It works the way f**k works at 12A and 15 it seems. Any aggressive use of C**t is automatically an 18, if you use it too much it will also be an 18, I was just wondering what the number is where they'd slap an automatic 18 on it
  12. Yeah, I think if you use it aggressively / with violence its also automatically an 18 rating. I guess it's probably like f**k where any more than a few uses and it gets the higher rating.
  13. To be fair, with the 18 rating, I'm surprised they didn't add very strong language to the description cause there are two uses of c**t, I'm curious how many makes it a automatic 18.
  14. Have you seen the film? I think there is one scene that is quite excessive in terms of content for the rating. Obviously won't mention which scene so I don't spoil it.
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