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  1. https://www.boxofficemojo.com/article/ed3278898180/?ref_=bo_hm_hp Frozen II: With an estimated $85.2 million three-day and a $123.7 million five-day performance, Disney's Frozen II not only topped the standard and extended weekend, it delivered record performances serving as the largest three and five-day grosses over the Thanksgiving holiday frame ever. To go along with that, the film has now grossed over $287 million in just ten days of release trailing just Incredibles 2 over the same number of days, which stood at an impressive $349.7 million after just ten days. In fact, Frozen II is already the 17th highest grossing animated film ever and is showing little sign of stopping. Knives Out: In second place is Lionsgate's release of Rian Johnson's Knives Out, which came in well ahead of expectations, delivering an estimated $41.7 million over the five-day weekend, serving as the 16th largest five-day Thanksgiving opening ever. The film is also looking at a strong run ahead as word of mouth seems high thanks to an "A-" CinemaScore and what is currently an 8.1/10 rating on IMDb. The opening weekend audience was 51% male with 68% of the overall crowd coming in aged 25 or older. https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/2019W48/?ref_=bo_at_a Rank-LW-Title-Distributor Gross-LW Comparison-Theaters-Change-Per Theater Average-Total Gross-Weeks 1 1 Frozen II Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures $85,250,000 -34.6% 4,440 - $19,200 $287,573,344 2 2 - Knives Out Lionsgate $27,022,000 - 3,461 - $7,807 $41,700,000 1 3 2 Ford v Ferrari Twentieth Century Fox $13,221,000 -16% 3,585 +57 $3,687 $81,003,779 3 4 3 A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Sony Pictures Releasing $11,800,000 -11% 3,235 - $3,647 $34,313,989 2 5 - Queen & Slim Universal Pictures $11,700,000 - 1,690 - $6,923 $15,810,000 1 6 4 21 Bridges STX Entertainment $5,820,000 -37.2% 2,665 - $2,183 $19,459,419 2 7 6 Playing with Fire Paramount Pictures $4,200,000 -7% 2,679 -81 $1,567 $39,203,808 4 8 5 Midway Lionsgate $3,957,000 -14.7% 2,375 -252 $1,666 $50,278,625 4 9 10 Joker Warner Bros. $2,030,000 -26.1% 1,146 -264 $1,771 $330,601,522 9 10 9 Last Christmas Universal Pictures $1,980,000 -36.1% 1,852 -559 $1,069 $31,658,680 4
  2. The plot can seem confusing throughout -- I feel that's part of neo-noir movies that you have to expect -- but it makes sense once you've gotten to the end. The only thing is, even knowing Brendan's motivations at the end.... am I the only one who felt bad for The Pin as he cried out for help? My God, the guy is crippled and defenseless, and Brendan has a gun, and he doesn't do anything so he has time to leave and Tug will get cornered by the cops. At least, that's what it seems like. I know The Pin isn't a great guy, but Laura was really the one manipulating from the sidelines, which led to all the deaths in the movie. Yes, THIS is the thing I decided to ask about.
  3. https://deadline.com/2019/11/star-trek-noah-hawley-directing-writing-sequel-jj-abrams-chris-pine-paramount-1202785280/
  4. The pedigree of the film alone would have me in the theater for this, and trailer does not disappoint. Can’t wait for this!
  5. The DOJ is moving to terminate the Paramount Consent Decrees, rules governing how film distributors are allowed to treat theaters. Basically, in the 1940s it was becoming a big problem that the major studios could bully around theaters. They owned or controlled 17% of the theaters in the US, accounting for 45% of the film-rental revenue. An antitrust case was brought, and the court set down some rules that have been in place ever since. The courts forced the studios to divest from the theaters and prohibited practices such as block-booking. This move from the DOJ would mean that distributors could again own theaters, though there will be a two year sunset period on block-booking and circuit dealing. While the consent decrees have indeed served their original purpose, their termination seems most likely to take power away from struggling theater chains, returning it to major distributors, at this point dominated by Disney. Given how tenuous the theater business seems to be, it's hard for me to see the consumer benefit in this.
  6. Disney Plus issues trigger warning for 'outdated cultural depictions' in classic movies Apparently Disney cartoons are too racist for today's Millennials to watch without getting triggered.
  7. How can this not be hilarious? Also worth pointing out that as a Fox Searchlight film, this is now also a Disney movie. What a world.
  8. Toy Story 4 releases October 8th (Ultra HD + Blu-Ray + Digital). It's available digitally now, but I like having both copies the rare time I purchase a movie. I want to get an Ultra HD copy since next-gen consoles are arriving soon and will be able to play this, but sheesh, the price is $30! I can save 4 cents on Amazon. >__> I figure there may be codes/coupons available, or sales that I don't know of perhaps? Help would be great.
  9. Unexploded bomb from WW2 apparently... I wonder how many more of these things are out there.
  10. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_lighthouse_2019 8.66 avg rating My coworker just told me about the film. The director is up-and-comer Robert Eggers.
  11. https://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news/peyton-reed-returning-to-direct-third-ant-man-film/ar-AAJIoBi?ocid=AMZN
  12. Went to one last Saturday and I was really not prepared for how much fun I would have. I mean, I did dress up a little but I still wasn't prepared. Not really. I had gone to one at an Alamo last year but it wasn't the same at all. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself offended a couple times, even. The thing that gets me is how these freaks come out and do this every damn week even if there's only a few people in the audience. The dedication, the props, the costumes, the audience participation, and the outright friendliness of everyone was just intoxicating. Kind of like a cult, but that's okay. We went on Saturday night since we figured that the actual Halloween night would be too tough for us to make and the whole theater was jam fucking packed. I've never seen anything like it and we're seriously considering finding time to go back Thursday (or maybe Friday or Saturday). (Cult) If you're in the Northern Virginia area and had no clue I can tell you where to go find it. It's the real deal Holyfield and tickets are only five bucks. (CULT) But yeah, am I the only one? Anyone else ever go?
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