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« Reply #780 on: April 08, 2017, 08:46:31 AM »

a giant singing crab.
I've had those.... Oops Wink
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« Reply #781 on: April 12, 2017, 08:56:47 AM »

YOUR NAME (2016): Two teenage strangers randomly and periodically swap bodies, but encounter difficulties trying to locate each other in real life in this romantic anime fantasy. Likable characters, quality animation, and just when the body-swapping possibilities seem exhausted, the script throws in an unforeseen twist that raises the stakes. at least one critic is sugesting a possible Oscar nomination. 3.5/5.
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« Reply #782 on: April 13, 2017, 03:08:02 PM »

As I posted earlier, (IMHO) there were winners and losers from the success of Beauty and the Beast.

1st Winners

Emma Watson
Who earned an average of $7 and a half million a film, when she appeared as Hermione in the Harry Potter series, will most likely take in twice that playing Belle in this film. $3 million upfront + $12 million in profit sharing, when the box office total passes $750 million, as it has already.

Halloween costume makers
I can see a lot of little Belles this Halloween. For boys, more of a guess. The Beast is a little too complicated. I see, if boys dress up as a character from the film, it is more likely to be Gaston.

House of Mouse
Likely to surpass $1 billion in the international box office, which would mean that since the 1st billion $ earner at the box office,  o'er half of them have come from the House of Mouse, like this one, or its subsidiaries.

Musicals
Normally, with the success of this one, you'd likely see more musicals, but they are extremely hard to do and extremely hard to do cheaply, so it is extremely hard for them to turn a profit. Thus, most musicals, like this one, will be from the House of Mouse, who will continue to turn their animated films into live action. Though, I do expect to see, as it is so popular and critically acclaimed, to see a film version of Hamilton : an American Musical.

Theaters
The demand was so great, that 1st week it was out, that they had to add extra showings to meet the demand.

2nd Losers

Some of the competition that came out, when Beauty and the Beast was playing.
Both Power Rangers and Ghost in a Shell were expected to spawn sequels, which have since been canceled, when they underperformed at the box office, due somewhat to Beauty and the Beast.

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« Reply #783 on: April 14, 2017, 07:05:51 AM »



Some of the competition that came out, when Beauty and the Beast was playing.
Both Power Rangers and Ghost in a Shell were expected to spawn sequels, which have since been canceled, when they underperformed at the box office, due somewhat to Beauty and the Beast.



Can't speak to Power Rangers, but I gotta say I'm sad that Ghost in the Shell didn't spawn a sequel, but am also not surprised because it really was mostly a 'meh' film and that can't be good for a film with the budget it had.
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« Reply #784 on: April 19, 2017, 08:40:41 AM »

KEDI (2016): Documentary on the stray cats of Istanbul, whom are treated like communal pets by the citizens. A soothing watch, although an hour was enough for me; the crazy cat lady in your life will lap this up like milk in a saucer. 3/5.
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« Reply #785 on: April 26, 2017, 07:09:26 PM »

TONI ERDMAN (2016): A father given to (awkward) practical jokes visits his nearly-estranged workaholic daughter in Bucharest; instead of leaving when planned, he stays around posing (in a wig) as life coach Toni Erdmann, inserting himself into her work life. Fine acting by the two principals portraying characters who are more likable and believable than the synopsis makes it sound; I can see Hollywood remaking this as a comedy. 3.5/5.
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