The Quorum

In Focus: AMSTERDAM

What do THE WOMAN KING, DON’T WORRY DARLING, BROS, and TÁR have in common? They all made their debuts at major festivals, premiering in either Venice or Toronto.  These festivals are a rite of passage for high-profile fall studio releases—the films that the studios want to imbue with an aura of prestige and importance. So, […]

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Grading This Week’s Poster (9.11.22)

Each week we ask people to grade the week’s newest posters from A+ (“awesome”) to F (“awful”). Here are the final grades. BLACK ADAM Grade: A The latest version of the BLACK ADAM poster is the first to score an A since the BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER one sheet in late July. ADAM could use […]

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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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