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Kalo last won the day on February 22 2015

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About Kalo

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  • Birthday 11/11/1990

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    If there's a bright center to the universe, it's the planet that it's farthest from
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    Friends! nothing compares to a true friendship! Movies! (obviously :P) Some would be: Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Avengers Assemble (Thor, Iron Man CA Ect..), August Rush, How to Train Your Dragon, Warrior. (and many More) TV Shows: How I met your Mother, Walking Dead, Glee, Game of Thrones, Smallville, The Last Airbender.
    I also Enjoy Bike Riding Exercising and Sports.

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  1. Not in my circle, almost everyone I know in real life my age and younger, if they liked Star Wars they like the prequels. maybe for adults at the time. but people who were kids when the prequels came out, many view them with the same nostalgia at the OT.
  2. mother! or It Comes at Night?

    It Comes at Night was the worst film I saw in theaters in years.. maybe even ever. I haven't seen mother! I kind of wanted to, but I'm thinking I might hate that now too.
  3. That trailer was dope man, best Marvel/Netflix trailer I've seen since Daredevil.
  4. Tomb Raider UNDER 100M

    Out. I have a club for over $150m if anyone wants to join. https://forums.boxofficetheory.com/topic/23710-rise-of-the-video-game-movie-era-tomb-raider-over-150m/
  5. Trailer looks alot like the new games, if a little more light hearted then I was hoping. still it was a good trailer imo. excited.
  6. Avengers Trailer will come much sooner, I'd be surprised if it didn't debut in October, the same time the last 2 Avengers films did. trailers don't really debut with movies very often anymore anyways.
  7. It was super rushed, the butchery of TDOSM was one of the biggest sins WB has ever committed, it should have been told in like Man of Steel 3. maybe JL2.
  8. January: 2 | Passengers C+ 14| Rogue One: A Star Wars Story A February: 5| La La Land A+ 8| La La Land 19| The Lego Batman Movie A- March: 2| Logan A 16| Beauty and the Beast A- 23| Beauty and the Beast 27| Life B+ April: 5| Ghost in the Shell A- May: 7| Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 A 11| King Arthur: Legend of the Sword B- 20| Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 A 22| Alien: Covenant C+ June: 1| Wonder Woman A 7| Wonder Woman 13| It Comes at Night F 28| Baby Driver A July: 6| Spider-Man: Homecoming A 18| War For the Planet of the Apes A 22| Dunkirk A August: 10| Detroit B+ September: 1| Logan Lucky A 14| Wind River B+ Coming Soon: It
  9. You guys just wait until the marketing for Infinity War vamps up you'll see...
  10. Great write ups, I generally agree with most of those predictions, really feel like Aquaman is set up to explode, epscially with that December release date. The only thing is think you might be a little conservative on is Han Solo. unless the film is awful I don't think it will fall much below $400m.
  11. Well It's already September and how the year as flown, which means before you know it, it will be 2018. And unlike 2017 where the #1 film is obvious. 2018 is a little more murky (not for me, I am very confident in the film I think will be #1, but not everyone agrees with me) Like the past three years, Disney is going to have a strong presence, but due to some rather extreme production drama on the Han Solo movie, the film is in a sticky situation right now, I hope it was just a hiccup and everything turns out great, but firing a film's directors a few weeks before shooting ends is never a good thing, maybe it can Rogue One it, and still turn out a highly entertaining film that movie goers enjoy. but even if it is well received, it will be the 4th Star Wars in 4 years and the one people were asking for least, in a much more competitive season, I don't think anyone is expecting TFA numbers for it. but can it reach Rogue one's $500m+ or even $400m? time will tell. I certainly don't see it hitting $500m. Another Major film releasing in June is the sequel to a film that any other year would have easily been number #1 Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom. Jurassic World was a worldwide phenomena that grossed over $650m dollars domestically and over $1.6b worldwide. it also received generally positive reviews from critics and audiences seemed to dig it dispite what some people around here might say, granted it was a reboot of sorts to one of the most beloved and highest grossing film franchises of all time (possibly only star wars beats it in terms of popularity). and while people generally liked it, many didn't love it, being only 3 years from the last film the rush factor may not be as strong, still there is no episodic Star Wars releasing this year and it may not even have to reach JW gross to be 1# (maybe not even $500m), and with a new more critically proven director, and the return of orignal cast member and fan favorite Jeff Goldblum could help close the gap in it's box office decline. t's not my choice for #1 but I wouldn't be shocked if that's how it ended up. 2018 also see the long awaited and much asked for Sequel to one of the most beloved Pixar films of all time "The Incredibles 2" currently holding a 97% on rotten tomatoes, and with a 13 year gap between films means there is plenty of nostalgia factor, which did wonders with Beauty and the Beast earlier this year dispite many finding the remake a rather forgettable film. still adjusted for inflation incredibles only adds up to a little over $370m, add 3D and you got maybe $450m. can this sequel retain or even grow on it original audience? especially in an era where Superhero films are now a dime a dozen? (Finding Nemo adjust to $500m without adding 3D, Finding Dory could only muster $486m) Mary Poppins Returns in 2018! 2018 will also see the Return of Mary Poppins, granted this time with Emily Blunt as the Ionic Nanny with an Umbrella. Mary Poppins is one of the most beloved Musicals of all time, and has managed to maintain its role in pop culture today, but sometimes long awaited sequels not always live up to expectations and is a 50 year old Icon still popular enough to make it's way to #1? probably not, but it should be a big hit for Disney nonetheless. Now for Marvel's big boy card Avengers: Infinity War, the 3rd Avengers will will serve as a sequel to Avengers: Age of Ultron, as well as a sequel of sorts to just about every Marvel Studios film so far. it is set to be a culmination of sorts of all marvel properties so far. and serves as part one of a (sort of grand finale to the series), it will be the first film to have the Guardians of the Galaxy meet the Avengers, and will see the return of major icons such as Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and Hulk ect.. with it's cast including almost every character in the MCU so far it is set to be the biggest marvel film so far and first film to see Thanos with a major role as the villain that has been hinted since 2012's Avengers. with a rumored budget ranging from $300-$500m. it is also expected to be the most expensive film ever made and most likely the largest in scale. Now some would argue that Age of Ultron only made $459m. a $164m decrease from the first Avengers, however there are a couple factors with that, that I don't see with Infinity War, it wasn't as well received as the first avengers, and brought little new to the table marketing wise, and felt very much like a bridge film, heck in many ways Civil War felt more like a proper Avengers film then AoU. Also while the core Avengers films has decreased, almost every single solo marvel sequel has increased in Box Office from the original (with the exception of Iron Man 2, which still outgrossed the first WW). add the Guardians of the Galaxy to the mix and the sher build up of and this not having the "Middle feeling" film (while it is part of a 2 part series, it is said it is a singular film so it is not a Part I, Part II case in the same since is HP, Breaking Dawn, Mockingjay ect..). add all this together and I'd say it's at least enough for a significant increase from AoU. I personally believe it will easily be the highest grossing film of the year and probably the only film to cross $500m (the only other film I see having a chance at that is JW2) But what do you think? There are a couple of wild cards this year, as Wonder Woman has shown catering to a specific demographic while still having universal appeal can work wonders, and Black Panther could be a massive breakout, if DC hits it's Stride with Aquaman like Wonder Woman, along with it's great December release date it could also be a massive break out. a Grinch animated remake releases in the holidays, the Jim Carey Grinch film was the highest grossing film of the year in 2000, dispite having a rather poor reception, imagine what a well received Grinch film could do? Cast your vote!
  12. I did awful on the weekly's as well, it was a pre-season and SOTM that saved my butt. I really liked the survival thread too. if only I had cashed out...
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