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Eternals | Marvel Studios | Nov 5 2021 | Magnum-Opus by Oscar winner Chloe Zhao - Marvel's first rotten movie | Dips into the 40s on RT, B CinemaScore

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1 hour ago, exomassey said:

I bet Marvel wasn’t really expecting this reaction or they wouldn’t have dropped the embargo this early.

 

Die was cast for early review embargo once Eternals was slated for a festival release.  Even if Marvel suspected there might be problems it was too late to stop the train from exiting the station.

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It's interesting looking back at the Best Picture winners and their followups:

 

2020: Nomadland (Eternals)

2017: The Shape of Water (Nightmare Alley)

2016: Moonlight (Beale Street)

2015: Spotlight (Timmy Failure lol)

2014: Birdman (The Revenant)

2013: 12 Years a Slave (Widows)

2012: Argo (Live By Night)

2011: The Artist (The Search)

2010: The King's Speech (Les Mis)

 

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3 minutes ago, BestPicturePlutoNash said:

It's interesting looking back at the Best Picture winners and their followups:

 

2020: Nomadland (Eternals)

2017: The Shape of Water (Nightmare Alley)

2016: Moonlight (Beale Street)

2015: Spotlight (Timmy Failure lol)

2014: Birdman (The Revenant)

2013: 12 Years a Slave (Widows)

2012: Argo (Live By Night)

2011: The Artist (The Search)

2010: The Social Network (Les Mis)

 

i would kill to know what the david fincher les mis would've looked like

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9 minutes ago, BestPicturePlutoNash said:

Lol I still haven't gotten over King's Speech winning!

At least 2 of the nominated films that year  "Black Swan"and "True Grit" were much better then the King's Speech.

Of course, I still don't get how the hell "Shakespear In Love" an enjoyable but not really great film..won over "Saving Private Ryan" and "Elizabeth".

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5 minutes ago, Menor said:

Wow, the dancing on the grave began before the film even released.

Not seeing so much of that as overreaction by the MCU fans to a MCU movie not getting a home run reception.

Let's put it this way: in a world where a movie that got ripped like Venom 2 got ripped was still a hit, I don't see any problem with "Eternals" doing very well at the box office.

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43 minutes ago, BestPicturePlutoNash said:

It's interesting looking back at the Best Picture winners and their followups:

 

2020: Nomadland (Eternals)

2017: The Shape of Water (Nightmare Alley)

2016: Moonlight (Beale Street)

2015: Spotlight (Timmy Failure lol)

2014: Birdman (The Revenant)

2013: 12 Years a Slave (Widows)

2012: Argo (Live By Night)

2011: The Artist (The Search)

2010: The King's Speech (Les Mis)

 

Peter Farrelly will be ruling the Oscar race again next year with the Zac Efron/Russell Crowe/Bill Murray movie that will do for beer brands what Green Book did for KFC.

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I enjoy AoU though I do see the problems it scores seem fine to me.

 

TDW should be so damn rotten and not like high 50's but like 40% it's just bad tbh.

CM,BW,Drstrange,AM&tW,ironman 2 should be in the 60's.

Ironman 3 is one I enjoy but it's just like AOU for me.

 

Even though eternals falls in the TDW critical range I don't think it will be bad as it and mediocre as some others I have mentioned.

 

 

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51 minutes ago, VenomXXR said:

The fact that this will end up with the lowest average RT rating (currently 6.10/10) of all MCU films is astounding to me. If you had made a poll 2 months ago on the odds that Eternals would "achieve" such a feat, literally no one would pick it.

Yeah reviews will end up around Thor 2 on both RT and Metacritic. If the movie is as boring as they say then WOM will be awful.

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17 minutes ago, TMP said:

bruh you were literally doing this for Dune for months

And Dune made basically half what it would have without HBO Max. And the second weekend will likely be a substantial dropoff like all Max releases have been. People predicting this will be a huge bomb two weeks out from release based off of a 70 percent RT range is ludicrous.

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15 minutes ago, SpiderByte said:

And Dune made basically half what it would have without HBO Max. And the second weekend will likely be a substantial dropoff like all Max releases have been. People predicting this will be a huge bomb two weeks out from release based off of a 70 percent RT range is ludicrous.

 

So what is your expectations for Eternals now?

 

Will it gross more domestically than Dune WW?  

 

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