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4 minutes ago, Avatree said:

 

 

You know what, If i told you why I don't find Halle berry attractive you'd probably call me racist, so I'm not gonna tell you.

I think you've had enough, sir. I'll call a cab to drive you home, and you can sleep the rest of the day off, how about that? 

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Never thought I would see the day that a $120M+ OW for an animated movie is considered disappointing...

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Aladdin seems to be sucking the wind out of several movies this summer. This is the ultimate box office irony. It's all the predictions in reverse. Aladdin was going to be crushed by all other movies and was the one to take the hit. Now, it's killing it and will end up with the biggest multiplier of any movie until at least Lion King (and maybe even that one too).

@GodzillaYou're missing the point of what the word "disappointing" means. A movie with SUCH high reviews from critics and audiences, a beloved franchise-probably the most beloved Pixar/animated franchise of all time, and $140-$160 million predictions/projections from ALL publications as well as Disney itself.

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TS4 delivered a near knock-out punch to TSLOP2. Last Friday, it increased 55.9%. This Friday, it increased only 4.4%. It is going to finish about 60% down from the original TSLOP. Will TSLOP3 head directly to Netflix?

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3 minutes ago, jedijake said:

Aladdin seems to be sucking the wind out of several movies this summer. This is the ultimate box office irony. It's all the predictions in reverse. Aladdin was going to be crushed by all other movies and was the one to take the hit. Now, it's killing it and will end up with the biggest multiplier of any movie until at least Lion King (and maybe even that one too).

@GodzillaYou're missing the point of what the word "disappointing" means. A movie with SUCH high reviews from critics and audiences, a beloved franchise-probably the most beloved Pixar/animated franchise of all time, and $140-$160 million predictions/projections from ALL publications as well as Disney itself.

toy story 3 had even better reviews from critics and audiences and ONLY opened to a PATHETIC 110m

 

the sequel literally no one wanted opening to 123m weekend is even worse. this franchise is dead. What an utter disappointment.

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2 minutes ago, LonePirate said:

TS4 delivered a near knock-out punch to TSLOP2. Last Friday, it increased 55.9%. This Friday, it increased only 4.4%. It is going to finish about 60% down from the original TSLOP. Will TSLOP3 head directly to Netflix?

Doubt there will be a Flop 3. They have better things to spend their resources on. Why would they bother?

 

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1 minute ago, LonePirate said:

TS4 delivered a near knock-out punch to TSLOP2. Last Friday, it increased 55.9%. This Friday, it increased only 4.4%. It is going to finish about 60% down from the original TSLOP. Will TSLOP3 head directly to Netflix?

Pretty sure they just won't make one at all.

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19 minutes ago, Avatree said:

 

 

You know what, If i told you why I don't find Halle berry attractive you'd probably call me racist, so I'm not gonna tell you.

 

You should really attempt something called “not posting” for a change.

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18 minutes ago, Godzilla said:

Never thought I would see the day that a $120M+ OW for an animated movie is considered disappointing...

Disappointment is not equal to bomb/flop

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1 hour ago, sfran43 said:

 

All according to keikaku

19 hours ago, Thanos Legion said:

I should think so. I heard in the tracking thread that there were Phoenix/TS4 doubles. If Aladdin only get a small minority of the doubles could be as low as perhaps 3.5. If it gets most of them even 4 wouldn’t be that surprising.

 

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Which one’s most reliable: RT user average, imdb average or Metacritic user average?

 

It’s doing the best on RT user average right now.

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1 Toy Story 4 $120,000,000 4,575 $26,230 $120,000,000 1 Disney
2 Child’s Play $14,400,000 3,007 $4,789 $14,400,000 1 United Artists Releasing
3 Aladdin $12,500,000 -28% 3,435 -121 $3,639 $287,810,128 5 Disney
4 Men in Black: International $11,000,000 -63% 4,224 0 $2,604 $52,939,654 2 Sony / Columbia
5 The Secret Life of Pets 2 $10,900,000 -55% 3,804 -760 $2,865 $118,193,535 3 Universal
6 Rocketman $5,900,000 -37% 2,414 -607 $2,444 $77,578,389 4 Paramount Pictures
7 Godzilla: King of the Monsters $3,900,000 -56% 2,368 -839 $1,647 $3,900,098 4 Warner Bros.
8 John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum $3,800,000 -41% 1,607 -426 $2,365 $155,792,424 6 Lionsgate
9 Dark Phoenix $3,700,000 -60% 2,054 -1667 $1,801 $60,259,311 3 Fox
10 Anna $3,600,000 2,114 $1,703 $3,600,000 1 Lionsgate / Summit
11 Shaft $3,400,000 -62% 2,952 0 $1,152 $15,786,394 2 Warner Bros.
12 Late Night $2,600,000 -51% 2,172 -48 $1,197 $10,688,979 3 Amazon Studios

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND   LOCATIONS   AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Avengers: Endgame $2,000,000 -46% 985 -465 $2,030 $834,608,966 9 Disney
2 Ma (2019) $1,100,000 -70% 862 -932 $1,276 $43,649,765 4 Universal Pictures
3 The Dead Don’t Die $1,100,000 -57% 690 77 $1,594 $4,727,915 2 Focus Features
4 Dumbo $108,000 -25% 140 -10 $771 $114,253,657 13 Walt Disney Pictures
5 Captain Marvel $64,000 -42% 145 -16 $441 $426,753,530 16 Disney
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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, John Marston said:

Disappointment is not equal to bomb/flop

yes but it's not disappointing in the same way that say Avengers opening to 120m would be disappointing. A few weeks ago no one was saying it would do 160+.

 

the average prediction in the summer game was 113m.

one person predicted 185, all the others were between 80-130m.

 

Boxoffice had long range tracking at 105-130 -  https://www.boxofficepro.com/long-range-tracking-toy-story-4-childs-play/

 

 

It is doing as it should reasonably be expected. the fact things got blown out of the water in the last few weeks doesn't really matter.

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26 minutes ago, jedijake said:

Aladdin seems to be sucking the wind out of several movies this summer. This is the ultimate box office irony. It's all the predictions in reverse. Aladdin was going to be crushed by all other movies and was the one to take the hit. Now, it's killing it and will end up with the biggest multiplier of any movie until at least Lion King (and maybe even that one too).

@GodzillaYou're missing the point of what the word "disappointing" means. A movie with SUCH high reviews from critics and audiences, a beloved franchise-probably the most beloved Pixar/animated franchise of all time, and $140-$160 million predictions/projections from ALL publications as well as Disney itself.

It’s also the 4th movie in franchise and no one asked for it... 

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Posted (edited)

Edit.

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Just now, superduperm said:

I remember when I was ~16 and thought “I only seem to be attracted to whites and Latinas.”

 

Then I saw a few elite blacks and I was like “😫😫😫

Elite Blacks?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Avatree said:

Elite Blacks?

 

 

Black women who were extremely attractive to me.

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Asian, black, white, Hispanic. Who cares? Beautiful is beautiful.

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