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06.12.2011

Super 8 opens in first place...

Much like last weekend's #1 movie, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS, this week's #1 movie SUPER 8 also enjoyed a ton of very positive reviews from both Rotten Tomatoes and Movie Fan Central reviews, yet it opened with the smallest #1 gross of any summer movie so far this year. That certainly has something to do with the fact that the movie didn't have any "name actors" in it (it seemed to be relying solely on the names of JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg from a marketing point of view), but considering that the film only cost $50M to make, I'm sure the studio is more than happy with the $37M opening so far.

The only other new release of the weekend was for a kid's movie called JUDY MOODY AND THE NOT BUMMER SUMMER, which surprisingly didn't open all that well in 7th place with only $6M. Last weekend's #1 movie, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS, lost around 55% of its audience from last weekend, which isn't horrible, but not too promising either. The film has grossed $99M in the first 10 days of release. THE HANGOVER and KUNG FU PANDA sequels continue going strong as well, reaching $216M and $127M respectively in their third week of release. In fact, here's the list of top 5 movies of 2011 so far:

1. THE HANGOVER, PART II: $217M
2. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 4: $208M
3. FAST FIVE: $205M
4. THOR: $174M
5. RIO: $138M 

In the worldwide marketplace, the charts aren't even close with PIRATES 4 leading the way with $823M (people loves them Johnny Depp!), followed by FAST FIVE with $578M and RIO at $462M. The film with the smallest drop from weekend-to-weekend was BRIDESMAIDS once again (-15%), while it continued to hover around in 5th/6th place and a total closing in on the $125M mark (remember that the film only cost $30M to make). Woody Allen's latest, MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, also seems to be buoying the filmmaker to his biggest box-office gross since...forever, as the film continues to expand the number of theaters in which it's released, while at the same time, expanding its overall revenues. It's only at $14M so far, but that's massive for an Allen flick.

The two films to get booted from the top 10 this week included RIO ($138M) and JUMPING THE BROOM ($37M). Next weekend sees the release of two major summer movies, the first of which is the 3rd big "superhero movie" of the summer in GREEN LANTERN starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively (even though you wouldn't know about the latter from the film's many trailers and TV spots), as well as Jim Carrey taking money over substance this time around, with something called MR. POPPER'S PENGUINS featuring the goofy funnyman living with...well, penguins. Yeah...that's pretty much it, folks. So what's your take on GREEN LANTERN, from what you've seen so far? VOTE HERE!!!

# MOVIE TITLE WKND $ TOTAL $
1. Super 8 $37 M
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2. X-Men: First Class $25 M $98.9 M
3. The Hangover, Part II $18.5 M $216.6 M
4. Kung Fu Panda 2 $16.6 M $126.9 M
5. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides $10.8 M $208.8 M
6. Bridesmaids $10.2 M $123.9 M
7. Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer $6.3 M
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8. Midnight in Paris $6.1 M $14.2 M
9. Thor $2.4 M $173.6 M
10. Fast Five $1.7 M $205.1 M

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1:33PM on 06/14/2011

Though...

As soon as you started talking about Mr. Popper's Penguins, all I heard was just $hit coming out of your mouth....
As soon as you started talking about Mr. Popper's Penguins, all I heard was just $hit coming out of your mouth....
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10:41PM on 06/13/2011

$37mil...

is a modest but decent opening for a movie with virtual unknowns. It will rake in enough to spawn sequels after it's run. In other news...lets hope X-men continues this downward spiral.
is a modest but decent opening for a movie with virtual unknowns. It will rake in enough to spawn sequels after it's run. In other news...lets hope X-men continues this downward spiral.
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11:09AM on 06/13/2011

WELL

I told you last week Super 8 won't be doing magic business. In fact a lot of people stay away from films that aren't a franchise,superheroes or fantasy like HP or Twilights. JJ should have got a better lead Sheriff. Speilberg always used a strong lead for his stories. This summer is too crowded and 3D isn't going to help.
I told you last week Super 8 won't be doing magic business. In fact a lot of people stay away from films that aren't a franchise,superheroes or fantasy like HP or Twilights. JJ should have got a better lead Sheriff. Speilberg always used a strong lead for his stories. This summer is too crowded and 3D isn't going to help.
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10:47AM on 06/13/2011
Several people have made the excellent point that high 3D and IMAX ticket prices may give a film an inflated appearance of success. Which makes me wonder: why haven't studios/box office analysts ever listed releases with the total number of tickets sold?
Several people have made the excellent point that high 3D and IMAX ticket prices may give a film an inflated appearance of success. Which makes me wonder: why haven't studios/box office analysts ever listed releases with the total number of tickets sold?
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4:22AM on 06/13/2011

It did well

Very well. May get a franchise out of this. However, June 29th, records well be broken. Transformers 3 is gonna rack up Avatar money.
Very well. May get a franchise out of this. However, June 29th, records well be broken. Transformers 3 is gonna rack up Avatar money.
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1:44AM on 06/13/2011

Look at the Top 2 on that List

The top 2 films on that list are probably the two weakest major releases of the summer so far, apparently people only want to see crap.
The top 2 films on that list are probably the two weakest major releases of the summer so far, apparently people only want to see crap.
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12:31AM on 06/13/2011
Lebron James can suck it!
Lebron James can suck it!
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1:23AM on 06/13/2011
No one cares.
No one cares.
1:30AM on 06/13/2011
So can your Avatar.
So can your Avatar.
1:42AM on 06/13/2011
So I guess you two have abandoned the Miami Heat Bandwagon? Which is the majority of their fanbase.
So I guess you two have abandoned the Miami Heat Bandwagon? Which is the majority of their fanbase.
3:50AM on 06/13/2011
And this has what to do with the box office?
And this has what to do with the box office?
4:58AM on 06/13/2011
What this has to do with the box office is.... Labron James can suck it.
What this has to do with the box office is.... Labron James can suck it.
12:10AM on 06/13/2011

This news

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11:41PM on 06/12/2011
Super 8 has almost no marketing as far as I could tell. They didn't really let anyone know what this was about until right before it came out.
Super 8 has almost no marketing as far as I could tell. They didn't really let anyone know what this was about until right before it came out.
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11:43PM on 06/12/2011
Very true. That could have been a major mistake on the marketing end and now they are somewhat paying for it.
Very true. That could have been a major mistake on the marketing end and now they are somewhat paying for it.
10:27AM on 06/13/2011
Honestly, very few thought that the movie would gross over 40 million and only a small part was due to the advertising. As was mentioned before there were no big name actors and also the fact that it is a genre flick that doesn't really fit into any genre unless homage can be considered as one.

Even with all this against it it still rocked pretty hard for something that doesn't fit with the norm.
Honestly, very few thought that the movie would gross over 40 million and only a small part was due to the advertising. As was mentioned before there were no big name actors and also the fact that it is a genre flick that doesn't really fit into any genre unless homage can be considered as one.

Even with all this against it it still rocked pretty hard for something that doesn't fit with the norm.
11:15PM on 06/12/2011
Super 8 wasn't the lowest grossing #1 movie of the summer. That title would belong to Thor which made $34 mil at #1 in its 2nd weekend, while Super 8 debuted at #1 with $37 mil.
Super 8 wasn't the lowest grossing #1 movie of the summer. That title would belong to Thor which made $34 mil at #1 in its 2nd weekend, while Super 8 debuted at #1 with $37 mil.
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11:39PM on 06/12/2011
They were obviously talking about first weekend gross.
They were obviously talking about first weekend gross.
10:41AM on 06/13/2011
Not really sure why I'm getting thumbs down. It wasn't obvious they were talking about first weekend, cause they didn't state first weekend in their article
Not really sure why I'm getting thumbs down. It wasn't obvious they were talking about first weekend, cause they didn't state first weekend in their article
11:12PM on 06/12/2011
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11:04PM on 06/12/2011
Let's not ignore that Super 8's numbers are not buoyed by inflated ticket prices due to 3D or IMAX. Not saying it would rank any better overall, but the gap would certainly be tighter if all films were on equal ground price wise.
Let's not ignore that Super 8's numbers are not buoyed by inflated ticket prices due to 3D or IMAX. Not saying it would rank any better overall, but the gap would certainly be tighter if all films were on equal ground price wise.
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10:41PM on 06/12/2011
Not a bad opening gross for Super 8 but pretty low for a summer release, lets hope it will have strong word of mouth. I am very surprised about the gross of X-Men: First Class since it was way better than the last 2 entries but will sadly gross much less. Hopefully the DVD/Blu-Ray sales can be enough to warrant a sequel.
Not a bad opening gross for Super 8 but pretty low for a summer release, lets hope it will have strong word of mouth. I am very surprised about the gross of X-Men: First Class since it was way better than the last 2 entries but will sadly gross much less. Hopefully the DVD/Blu-Ray sales can be enough to warrant a sequel.
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10:03PM on 06/12/2011
Super 8 had a decent opening, but I think it would of been more sucessful if it opened in March, like Cloverfield, instead of the summer blockbuster months. I know some people were thinking this would be the Inception of the summer, an original film that makes load of cash, but while Super 8 is good, it wasn't great like Inception.
Super 8 had a decent opening, but I think it would of been more sucessful if it opened in March, like Cloverfield, instead of the summer blockbuster months. I know some people were thinking this would be the Inception of the summer, an original film that makes load of cash, but while Super 8 is good, it wasn't great like Inception.
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10:18PM on 06/12/2011
Cloverfield was released in January.
Cloverfield was released in January.
11:21PM on 06/12/2011
What a mind blowing revelation. Inception was great and made loads of cash. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I absolutely loved Inception but I thought Super 8 was much more charming and was populated with characters that I felt more invested in and connected to. Super 8 deserves better.
What a mind blowing revelation. Inception was great and made loads of cash. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I absolutely loved Inception but I thought Super 8 was much more charming and was populated with characters that I felt more invested in and connected to. Super 8 deserves better.
9:28PM on 06/12/2011

GREEN LANTERN starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

(even though you wouldn't know about the latter from the film's many trailers and TV spots.)

...And the fact that she's fully clothed.
(even though you wouldn't know about the latter from the film's many trailers and TV spots.)

...And the fact that she's fully clothed.
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7:33PM on 06/12/2011

did anyone else notice...

the minor references to "Lost"? Like "Locke Jewelers" and the main character being named "Jack". I noticed one more but I can't remember it now.
The movie was awesome btw! :]
the minor references to "Lost"? Like "Locke Jewelers" and the main character being named "Jack". I noticed one more but I can't remember it now.
The movie was awesome btw! :]
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7:03PM on 06/12/2011
Super 8 was the movie of the year thus far for me. I think word of mouth will help this movie out for sure. On the other hand im mad the hangover 2 has that much. I was pretty let down by it but i guess the gen pop wasn't.
Super 8 was the movie of the year thus far for me. I think word of mouth will help this movie out for sure. On the other hand im mad the hangover 2 has that much. I was pretty let down by it but i guess the gen pop wasn't.
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7:16PM on 06/12/2011
You said it bro. Almost exactly what I've been bitching about further down in the comments. I'm optimistic Super 8 will continue with a strong run. If not, I'll considering retiring from watching movies forever...I'll have to think about that one.
You said it bro. Almost exactly what I've been bitching about further down in the comments. I'm optimistic Super 8 will continue with a strong run. If not, I'll considering retiring from watching movies forever...I'll have to think about that one.
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6:51PM on 06/12/2011

Weak opening?

I love how people are saying that Super 8 had a weak opening. $37 million for a movie that's not a sequel starring not a single big name? That's weak? I think it did pretty well and it did above expectations since most places predicted around $32 mil.
I love how people are saying that Super 8 had a weak opening. $37 million for a movie that's not a sequel starring not a single big name? That's weak? I think it did pretty well and it did above expectations since most places predicted around $32 mil.
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7:01PM on 06/12/2011
The deduction is fairly self-evident. Measure it against typical projected summer box-office totals and it can easily be labeled "weak." The movie is stellar, the marketing was strong and you may have heard of Spielberg. A name attached to most ads. I'm confident it will triumph over time with word of mouth though. It deserves a shit ton more than what Pirates is pulling. Try and compare those movies totals in the summer box-office climate and most would reevaluate calling Super 8's $37M a
The deduction is fairly self-evident. Measure it against typical projected summer box-office totals and it can easily be labeled "weak." The movie is stellar, the marketing was strong and you may have heard of Spielberg. A name attached to most ads. I'm confident it will triumph over time with word of mouth though. It deserves a shit ton more than what Pirates is pulling. Try and compare those movies totals in the summer box-office climate and most would reevaluate calling Super 8's $37M a strong opening.
6:48PM on 06/12/2011
Kung fu panda 2 made the same money than XMEN (100 million in the first 10 days), but with high tickets price. But according to the post PANDA "continue going strong" and XMEN gross is "not too promising". Every movie is underperforming this summer! (except for FAST 5) PIRATES movies made 400 million is the past and this one in 3D it's only at 210. HANGOVER 2 still far from the 280m of the original film, and THOR made a lot less than other MARVEL flicks. So why is XMEN gross a problem for
Kung fu panda 2 made the same money than XMEN (100 million in the first 10 days), but with high tickets price. But according to the post PANDA "continue going strong" and XMEN gross is "not too promising". Every movie is underperforming this summer! (except for FAST 5) PIRATES movies made 400 million is the past and this one in 3D it's only at 210. HANGOVER 2 still far from the 280m of the original film, and THOR made a lot less than other MARVEL flicks. So why is XMEN gross a problem for everyone?
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10:13PM on 06/12/2011
Not every movie that is a sequl has to outgross its predacessor to be considered a modest hit especially whenit comes to Hangover 2 which was alreadfy proven a hit with the 1st wknd gross, i doubt the studio expected it to top the originals gross, but its close enough & could at least end up at $250 Mil.
Not every movie that is a sequl has to outgross its predacessor to be considered a modest hit especially whenit comes to Hangover 2 which was alreadfy proven a hit with the 1st wknd gross, i doubt the studio expected it to top the originals gross, but its close enough & could at least end up at $250 Mil.
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5:56PM on 06/12/2011
My top movie of the year so far has been Rango, followed closely by 13 Assassins. Super 8 doesn't even come close to touching either of those two movies, and the box office is reflecting that as well. Super 8 should have been released in Feb. or later on in Sept.-Oct. if it wanted to be noticed. Not dropped between another X-men movie and Green Lantern.
My top movie of the year so far has been Rango, followed closely by 13 Assassins. Super 8 doesn't even come close to touching either of those two movies, and the box office is reflecting that as well. Super 8 should have been released in Feb. or later on in Sept.-Oct. if it wanted to be noticed. Not dropped between another X-men movie and Green Lantern.
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5:38PM on 06/12/2011
Wow, pretty weak opening. Super 8 was good, but not amazing, still thought it would have made a bit more. But it's not really modern summer fair.
There always has to be a number one movie, but if this opened against any other summer film it would have opened in like 3rd or 4th. Not too impressive really
Wow, pretty weak opening. Super 8 was good, but not amazing, still thought it would have made a bit more. But it's not really modern summer fair.
There always has to be a number one movie, but if this opened against any other summer film it would have opened in like 3rd or 4th. Not too impressive really
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5:10PM on 06/12/2011

Good for Super 8

It really is a magnificent film that should be seen by all. I was expecting an opening like this, but word of mouth should keep it going throughout the summer. Now bring on Green Lantern!
It really is a magnificent film that should be seen by all. I was expecting an opening like this, but word of mouth should keep it going throughout the summer. Now bring on Green Lantern!
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5:09PM on 06/12/2011

WTsuper8F!?

Super 8 being mostly a fav among the Joblo community, this weekends take is a letdown of disproportionate magnitude. We need to get the uninformed publics ass into those seats! I'm still assuring myself that JJ's classic possesses massive staying power in theaters with positive word of mouth. But I feel like we need to rally behind this flick even harder now. I fear if Super 8 does average business, a whole generation of nostalgic filmmaking could potentially die along with it. In related news,
Super 8 being mostly a fav among the Joblo community, this weekends take is a letdown of disproportionate magnitude. We need to get the uninformed publics ass into those seats! I'm still assuring myself that JJ's classic possesses massive staying power in theaters with positive word of mouth. But I feel like we need to rally behind this flick even harder now. I fear if Super 8 does average business, a whole generation of nostalgic filmmaking could potentially die along with it. In related news, some people are seeing Hangover 2 three times in theaters. To hell with supporting that regurgitated cash-in crap multiple times. A goddamn travesty among the standard movie-going public, in my not so subtle opinion. Holy hell! I'm going to go throw on my Close Encounters blu-ray, cross my arms, furrow my jaded brow and grumble in bitter discontent.
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11:45PM on 06/12/2011
" Motherfuck supporting that regurgitated cash-in bullshit multiple times. "

What do you care if they go see it 100 times? They obviously like it. Why don't you buy all of the tickets to Super 8 that don't get sold so you can boost it up, otherwise, STFU about other people's opinions and movie viewing preferences.
" Motherfuck supporting that regurgitated cash-in bullshit multiple times. "

What do you care if they go see it 100 times? They obviously like it. Why don't you buy all of the tickets to Super 8 that don't get sold so you can boost it up, otherwise, STFU about other people's opinions and movie viewing preferences.
12:00AM on 06/13/2011
Hrm, seems you just labeled yourself a hypocrite. What do you care if I care? Move on with your empty retorts.
Hrm, seems you just labeled yourself a hypocrite. What do you care if I care? Move on with your empty retorts.
5:05PM on 06/12/2011
Very WEAK Box Office returns for "Super 8" a good movie,though not great IMO.= *** (outta 5) I think the poor opening for what many deem a "Summer Blockbuster" film may be due to a poorly run PR campaign.
Very WEAK Box Office returns for "Super 8" a good movie,though not great IMO.= *** (outta 5) I think the poor opening for what many deem a "Summer Blockbuster" film may be due to a poorly run PR campaign.
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5:02PM on 06/12/2011
This is great for a movie like Super 8, which relies on originality and substance over flair and a big budget...

X-Men: First Class is a fantastic movie that unfortunately is suffering because of the bad taste Wolverine left in people's mouths. The same can be said for Batman Begins suffering from the awful quality of Batman and Robin. Yes, Begins made $200 million but TDK grossed over %530 million, which shows that people were a bit skeptical about another Batman (Beings picked up more
This is great for a movie like Super 8, which relies on originality and substance over flair and a big budget...

X-Men: First Class is a fantastic movie that unfortunately is suffering because of the bad taste Wolverine left in people's mouths. The same can be said for Batman Begins suffering from the awful quality of Batman and Robin. Yes, Begins made $200 million but TDK grossed over %530 million, which shows that people were a bit skeptical about another Batman (Beings picked up more steam after rentals, etc). I see the same thing happening with X-Men, and can see the second movie (if greenlit) more then doubling the intake of First-Class. It's a shame too, since it's very worthy of a sequel and a new franchise.. here's hoping that it somehow picks up steam from word of mouth (I foresee huge blu-ray/rental numbers for this one)
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6:55PM on 06/12/2011
X Men FC made 125 million overseas in ten days, so it probably made more money than Wolverine worldwide in the end of it run.
X Men FC made 125 million overseas in ten days, so it probably made more money than Wolverine worldwide in the end of it run.
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5:01PM on 06/12/2011
Kind of sad to see Super 8 isn't doing better. Haven't seen Hangover II yet, but I really enjoyed Xmen, so that isn't too bad. Still, Super 8 is a fantastic film and it deserves to make a ton of money. Hopefully, in the coming weeks, it catches on. I don't think it will be number one next week, what with Green Lantern, but if that film is a dud (which I suspect it might be), then maybe Super 8 will get more audience.
Kind of sad to see Super 8 isn't doing better. Haven't seen Hangover II yet, but I really enjoyed Xmen, so that isn't too bad. Still, Super 8 is a fantastic film and it deserves to make a ton of money. Hopefully, in the coming weeks, it catches on. I don't think it will be number one next week, what with Green Lantern, but if that film is a dud (which I suspect it might be), then maybe Super 8 will get more audience.
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4:27PM on 06/12/2011
Saw "X-Men: Fist Class" this week and also saw my third viewing of "The Hangover Part 2".

"X-Men: First Class" is a great film and is one of the best comic book movies I have seen, but it doesn't give "The Dark Knight" a run for its money in being the best. Would love to see a sequel with the same actors playing the characters.

"The Hangover Part 2" is still just as funny as the first two times I saw it and am glad to see it as the highest grossing film of 2011. It deserves all the
Saw "X-Men: Fist Class" this week and also saw my third viewing of "The Hangover Part 2".

"X-Men: First Class" is a great film and is one of the best comic book movies I have seen, but it doesn't give "The Dark Knight" a run for its money in being the best. Would love to see a sequel with the same actors playing the characters.

"The Hangover Part 2" is still just as funny as the first two times I saw it and am glad to see it as the highest grossing film of 2011. It deserves all the success it is getting (even though the first one was better).

But "Green Lantern" is my most anticipated film of the year and can't wait to see the midnight showing of it this Thursday. It's going to be a GREAT film. These next couple of days will just be the "eye of the storm".
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5:20PM on 06/12/2011
Wow, way too much stake in Hangover 2. This regurgitated cash-in bullshit is perpetuated by a uniquely unscrupulous lot. I rarely get all uppity over other movie-goers opinions but, I vomited after reading the travesty that was "third viewing of Hangover 2."
Wow, way too much stake in Hangover 2. This regurgitated cash-in bullshit is perpetuated by a uniquely unscrupulous lot. I rarely get all uppity over other movie-goers opinions but, I vomited after reading the travesty that was "third viewing of Hangover 2."
10:45PM on 06/12/2011
i gave you a thumbs up cuz ppl always seem to rain on ppl who have valid opinions.
i gave you a thumbs up cuz ppl always seem to rain on ppl who have valid opinions.
12:20AM on 06/13/2011
Thanks philalva77. There are too many "trolls" on this site and too many narrow minded people.

God forbid someone else have an opinion about something that they don't necessarily agree with.
Thanks philalva77. There are too many "trolls" on this site and too many narrow minded people.

God forbid someone else have an opinion about something that they don't necessarily agree with.
11:38AM on 06/13/2011
You're absolutely right, finding Hangover hilarious enough to see it 3 times is a startling new perspective and far detached from the frat demographic.
You're absolutely right, finding Hangover hilarious enough to see it 3 times is a startling new perspective and far detached from the frat demographic.
3:47PM on 06/12/2011

Way to go Allen!

Midnight in Paris is a great film... Glad it's catching on!
Midnight in Paris is a great film... Glad it's catching on!
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3:26PM on 06/12/2011
Am I the only one that thinks Xmen not even taking in 100 million after 2 weeks is a bad thing?
Am I the only one that thinks Xmen not even taking in 100 million after 2 weeks is a bad thing?
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3:25PM on 06/12/2011

Way to go Abrams!

They'll make back what it cost to make SUPER 8 in spades, especially overseas.
They'll make back what it cost to make SUPER 8 in spades, especially overseas.
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3:14PM on 06/12/2011
The three top grossing movies of the year so far are sequels. Hollywood will take as a message that people dont want anything original or new. They only want movies they've already seen. But they probably already knew that.
The three top grossing movies of the year so far are sequels. Hollywood will take as a message that people dont want anything original or new. They only want movies they've already seen. But they probably already knew that.
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8:23PM on 06/12/2011
Well as for me I do love a good sequel if it's done well, but I love originality too. I haven't even seen the new Pirates, and won't until it's on dvd. I love a new story and seeing something that hasn't been done before, though it does seem that the saying there's nothing new under the sun is pretty true!
Well as for me I do love a good sequel if it's done well, but I love originality too. I haven't even seen the new Pirates, and won't until it's on dvd. I love a new story and seeing something that hasn't been done before, though it does seem that the saying there's nothing new under the sun is pretty true!
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