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Rambo: Last Blood | September 20 2019 | Rambo going to the old town road one last time

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45 minutes ago, Barnack said:

 

I feel that view is a bit influenced by narrative from those media pundit of those days.

 

1 ET: The Extra-Terrestrial $792,965,326 $435,110,554 $357,854,772 54.87%
2 Tootsie $177,200,000 $177,200,000   100.00%
3 An Officer and a Gentleman $129,795,554 $129,795,554   100.00%
4 Gandhi $127,767,889 $52,767,889 $75,000,000 41.30%
5 First Blood $125,212,904 $47,212,904 $78,000,000 37.71%
6 Rocky III $125,049,125 $125,049,125   100.00%
7 Poltergeist $121,706,019 $74,706,019 $47,000,000 61.38%
8 Porky's $109,492,484 $109,492,484   100.00%
9 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan $95,800,000 $78,912,963 $16,887,037 82.37%
10 Das Boot $84,970,337 $11,487,676 $73,482,661 13.52%

 

First blood was bigger than rocky 3 and stark trek 2

 

Rocky 3 was way bigger than First Blood. In your listing, it's not the WW figure.

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1 hour ago, Laurent K said:

Rocky 3 was way bigger than First Blood. In your listing, it's not the WW figure.

That domestic alone true, those 80s figure are so bad.

 

mojo as well do not have intl figure:

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=rocky3.htm

 

Maybe some other movie were actually ahead WW and not just tracked, but that the point those Rambo were really big but were not special domestic getting underrated by the press that was mono focused on domestic BO alone until the late 90s.

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Numbers are bad. It could be worse but they are not good. Inflation adjusted,  It's behind Rambo 4 (2008). Sad.

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This movie was good.

Now i know the critics and the audience are 2 diferent things.

No way the rotten score for this movie is 26 and Ad Astra 80+.

 

 

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All you really need to know if you're someone who cares about RT is the audience score for this movie.

83%

 

Fun time at the theater with an old franchise favorite!!

 

 

The film financially will be fine. It'll be about $25m going into weekend two. It'll do $8-9m so it'll be at/about $34m. The M-Th dailies get another 4m or so putting it at $38m. It's third weekend is $3-4m placing it at/about $41/42m. 

The budget was $50m, so it's not going to flop. Not some big rejuvenated come back I grant but this character has become super niche. If nothing else it allows Sly leverage for an Expendables 4 I bet. 

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19 minutes ago, Captain Craig said:

All you really need to know if you're someone who cares about RT is the audience score for this movie.

83%

 

Fun time at the theater with an old franchise favorite!!

 

 

The film financially will be fine. It'll be about $25m going into weekend two. It'll do $8-9m so it'll be at/about $34m. The M-Th dailies get another 4m or so putting it at $38m. It's third weekend is $3-4m placing it at/about $41/42m. 

The budget was $50m, so it's not going to flop. Not some big rejuvenated come back I grant but this character has become super niche. If nothing else it allows Sly leverage for an Expendables 4 I bet. 

The last one made 52 m inflation adjusted. This one needs to make 50 m imo. It all depends on this week end. 

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^^^

It would have to have a 70% + drop for me to be worried. I fully expect 60% +/- 2% for second weekend drop.

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40 million worldwide so far.

 

Overseas grosses haven't been updated since last Sunday. I think this movie might make a profit.

 

I loved this one, it was a great surprise. 

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18 minutes ago, Blaze Heatnix said:

40 million worldwide so far.

 

Overseas grosses haven't been updated since last Sunday. I think this movie might make a profit.

 

I loved this one, it was a great surprise. 

I loved it too. It's a crazy movie but full of heart. Full of heart. The last 30 minutes are totaly wouaw ! It didn't deserve the critics. It's full of heart and the real successor to first Blood. 
 

Rambo 1 and this one tell a Story about a Man's Tragedy.


awesome. Really loved it.

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WOW 😮...talk about earning your R rating...that was the most violent, graphic third act that I can remember in quite some time-and that includes horror films 🙂

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This movie has not been understood because nobody expected that.  It's a western like the first Rambo was. A Western with heart.


it could have been better visually. Of course it didn't cost 50 millions. Of course it's not perfect and cliché sometimes.


But It's an Incredible conclusion to the saga. I'm really disappointed by the box office. It deserved much more.


 


 

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So... 8,6 m for Rambo this 2nd week end. -55%. Not bad. Not great. 

deserved more for his last fight.

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10 hours ago, Laurent K said:

So... 8,6 m for Rambo this 2nd week end. -55%. Not bad. Not great. 

deserved more for his last fight.

It did about what I expected, slightly less but within margins of my 2nd weekend.

 

Financially it's going to be fine. Question will be: Is this the last Rambo? 

Sly is on record saying he has an idea for another, likely a more fitting conclusion?!

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There was "mild" carnage in the first two acts, then it goes from zero to sixty for the third act 😂!

 

After the bloodbath, the "protagonist" is approaching the villain with rage in his eyes, and a huge combat knife 😂

 

I've already lost half my appetite for dinner, man, what is he about to do now 😂?! Cover the eyes, and peek through!

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For real? Sly has always had overseas juice, its saved a lot of his movies from flopping. I think it does very well on the home market.

 

Also cable. Premium networks and streaming...I don't know how a movie this graphic 🙂...will ever see the light of day on basic cable.

 

I also think it has a future as a cult classic!

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