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In Focus: BROS

WHY IS THIS FILM NOTEWORTHY? It’s noteworthy because it’s a comedy, and we haven’t had many original, non-action comedies in this post-pandemic era. EASTER SUNDAY and UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT come to mind, though neither were big performers. EASTER opened to $5M, while UNBEARABLE did somewhat better, debuting to $7M. With BROS arriving in […]

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Grading this week’s posters (8.28.22)

Each week we ask people to grade the week’s newest posters from A+ (“awesome”) to F (“awful”). Here are the final grades. PINOCCHIO Grade: A As we’ve noted before, we have decided NOT to track either of the PINOCCHIO movies – this Disney+ version nor the Netflix version coming later this year – but that […]

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THE MARVELS arrives on tracking with a bang.

It’s always noteworthy when a DC or Marvel film is added to tracking. Today, THE MARVELS makes a splashy debut on The Quorum.  THE MARVELS is essentially the sequel to the 2019 film CAPTAIN MARVEL. That film, starring Brie Larson, made $426M domestically and ranks behind BLACK PANTHER as the highest-grossing debut stand-alone film in […]

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Grading this week’s posters (8.21.22)

Each week we ask people to grade the week’s newest posters from A+ (“awesome”) to F (“awful”). Here are the final grades. SMILE Grade: A- Four horror movies are opening between now and October 14th, when HALLOWEEN ENDS arrives in theaters. None are tracking to big numbers, but if the response to the SMILE poster is […]

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In Focus: LYLE, LYLE, CROCODILE

Why is this film noteworthy? Based on Bernard Waber’s beloved children’s book, first published in 1965, LYLE, LYLE, CROCODILE stars Javier Bardem and is directed by Josh Gordon, and Will Speck as the follow up to their raunchy R-rated hit OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY.  Box Office Universe: LYLE is scheduled to open on October 7th. With […]

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What happened to the pre-Thanksgiving tentpole?

This year, the two movies scheduled to open on November 18th are THE MENU, and SHE SAID. This also happens to be the weekend before Thanksgiving. While both of these are high on our list of must-sees, it’s a bit surprising that these are the two titles that have landed on this date. That’s because the […]

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