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‘The Heat’ too hot for ‘White House Down’ to handle

June 30th, 2013 - admin

‘The Heat’, starring Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock, exceeded expectations at the North American box office, grossing $13.6m on its Friday opening.  It leaves the crime comedy a mere $0.7m behind ‘Monsters University’, but from 822 less theatres.

 

Pixar’s ‘Monsters Inc’ prequel, nevertheless, should pull ahead further over the weekend, taking advantage of Saturday and Sunday family audiences.  It is currently on course for a strong second week hold around the $48m mark, with Paul Feig’s ‘Bridesmaids’ follow-up still likely to post an impressive tally of $40m in second place.

 

The other wide weekend opener, ‘White House Down’, starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, made a disastrous start, only earning $9m on Friday.  This could leave Roland Emmerich’s high budget action thriller struggling to reach $25m by Sunday evening.

 

‘World War Z’, which was going neck and neck with ‘White House Down’ on Friday, should have stronger staying power over the three days, for a reasonable $28m second weekend.silvitra costocost of silvitrasilvitra tabletsBuy silvitra tablets
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Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2013 (June 28 to July 6)

June 28th, 2013 - admin

Michel Gondry’s latest film, ‘Moody Indigo’ opens tonight’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, with the filmmaker introducing it alone after Audrey Tautou withdrew at the eleventh hour.

 

The main competition has six world premieres, including new features from previous Crystal Globe winners, Joseph Madmony and Krzysztof Krauze.  Jan Hřebejk’s ‘Honeymoon’, starring Anna Geislerová (‘Zelary’, ‘The Idiot Returns’, ‘Beauty in Trouble’), is the only film from a Czech Republic filmmaker to receive a world premiere in the competition’s line-up.  Latest films from Ben Wheatley and Lance Edmands are amongst the other eight competing titles.

 

Another local film, Bára Kopecká’s ‘DK’, a portrayal of controversial architect, David Kopecký, is the sole world premiere amongst the features competing for the documentary award.

 

There are twelve selections in the East Of The West Competition.  New films from Nejc Gazvoda, Juraj Lehotský and Miroslav Mandić are included in the seven world premieres.

 

Elsewhere, there are notable screenings of the restored 1920’s silent films, The Arrival of Darkness (J.S. Kolar) and Alfred Hitchcock (‘The Ring’).

 

World Premieres

 

Main Competition:

 

The Notebook (Le grand cahier)
János Szász

 

János Szász’s sixth feature, a big screen adaptation of Agota Kristof’s renowned novel, The Notebook (‘Le grand cahier’), has two young twins fighting for survival during the Second World War.  It is the follow up to Szász’s ‘Diary Of A Madwoman’ (Ópium: Egy elmebeteg nö naplója’), which won four Hungarian Film Week awards, including best director.

 

 

Honeymoon (Líbánky)
Jan Hřebejk

 

Jan Hřebejk’s last film, ‘Garbage, City, and Death’ (‘Odpad mesto smrt’), based upon Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s controversial play of the same name, received ten Czech Lions’ nominations but only converted best actress (Gabriela Mícová) into a win.  For his follow up, Hřebejk has turned to a psychological drama, Honeymoon (Líbánky), starring Anna Geislerová (‘Zelary’, ‘The Idiot Returns’, ‘Beauty in Trouble’) and Stanislav Majer, where an unwelcome wedding guest serves as a metaphor for a complex social past.  Hřebejk is a Karlovy Vary regular and received a special jury prize for ‘Beauty in Trouble’, seven years ago.

 

 

A Place in Heaven (Makom Be-Gan Eden)
Joseph Madmony

 

Two years ago, Joseph Madmony’s last film, ‘Restoration’, won Karlovy Vary’s Crystal Globe, alongside Sundance’s world cinema best screenplay and Jerusalem Film Festival’s Haggiag Award (for top Israeli feature).  Madmony now returns to Karlovy Vary with ‘A Place in Heaven’ (‘Makom Be-Gan Eden’), a Hasidic allegorical tale of a vicious general who sells his place in heaven.

 

 

The Value of Time (O ouro do tempo)
Xavier Bermúdez

 

Spanish filmmaker, Xavier Bermúdez, returns to Karlovy Vary, where he picked up the director’s prize for his best known feature, ‘León and Olvido’.  For his fifth film, ‘The Value of Time’ (‘O ouro do tempo’), Ernesto Chao plays an idiosyncratic doctor, who froze his deceased wife in the hope that future medical science would bring her back to life.  It is based on a true story.

 

 

Papusza
Krzysztof Krauze and Joanna Kos

 

Krzysztof Krauze continues his collaboration with Joanna Kos as joint directors of ‘Papusza’.  Kos co-wrote Krauze’s festival hit ‘My Nikifor’, which won the Crystal Globe and best director at Karlovy Vary, before the pair directed the Polish Awards best film winner, ‘Saviour Square’.  Their latest venture is a biopic of the famous Romany poet of the film’s title, who the Roma community banished for portraying cultural secrets in her poems.

 

 

September (Září)
Penny Panayotopoulou

 

Over ten years have elapsed since Penny Panayotopoulou’s debut feature, ‘Hard Goodbyes: My Father’, which picked up a FIPRESCI Prize at Thessaloniki Film Festival’s international competition.  She now returns with ‘September’ (‘Září’), where a thirty year old woman, no longer content with solitude, finds solace in an unlikely friendship.

 

 

Documentary Competition:

 

DK
Bára Kopecká

 

Bára Kopecká’s ‘DK’ is the only feature receiving a world premiere in this year’s documentary competition.  The initials of the film’s title refer to the controversial architect, David Kopecký, who represented the Czech Republic at the 2002 Venice Biennale.  Kopecká looks back of his life.silvitra costocost of silvitrasilvitra tabletsBuy silvitra tablets
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Audrey Tautou misses Karlovy Vary opening

June 28th, 2013 - admin

Michel Gondry’s latest film, ‘Moody Indigo’ opens tonight’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, with the filmmaker introducing it alone after Audrey Tautou withdrew at the eleventh hour.

 

The main competition has six world premieres, including new features from previous Crystal Globe winners, Joseph Madmony and Krzysztof Krauze.  Jan Hřebejk’s ‘Honeymoon’, starring Anna Geislerová (‘Zelary’, ‘The Idiot Returns’, ‘Beauty in Trouble’), is the only film from a Czech Republic filmmaker to receive a world premiere in the competition’s line-up.  Latest films from Ben Wheatley and Lance Edmands are amongst the other eight competing titles.

 

Another local film, Bára Kopecká’s ‘DK’, a portrayal of controversial architect, David Kopecký, is the sole world premiere amongst the features competing for the documentary award.

 

There are twelve selections in the East Of The West Competition.  New films from Nejc Gazvoda, Juraj Lehotský and Miroslav Mandić are included in the seven world premieres.

 

Elsewhere, there are notable screenings of the restored 1920’s silent films, The Arrival of Darkness (J.S. Kolar) and Alfred Hitchcock (‘The Ring’).

 

World Premieres

 

Main Competition:

 

The Notebook (Le grand cahier)
János Szász

 

János Szász’s sixth feature, a big screen adaptation of Agota Kristof’s renowned novel, The Notebook (‘Le grand cahier’), has two young twins fighting for survival during the Second World War.  It is the follow up to Szász’s ‘Diary Of A Madwoman’ (Ópium: Egy elmebeteg nö naplója’), which won four Hungarian Film Week awards, including best director.

 

 

Honeymoon (Líbánky)
Jan Hřebejk

 

Jan Hřebejk’s last film, ‘Garbage, City, and Death’ (‘Odpad mesto smrt’), based upon Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s controversial play of the same name, received ten Czech Lions’ nominations but only converted best actress (Gabriela Mícová) into a win.  For his follow up, Hřebejk has turned to a psychological drama, Honeymoon (Líbánky), starring Anna Geislerová (‘Zelary’, ‘The Idiot Returns’, ‘Beauty in Trouble’) and Stanislav Majer, where an unwelcome wedding guest serves as a metaphor for a complex social past.  Hřebejk is a Karlovy Vary regular and received a special jury prize for ‘Beauty in Trouble’, seven years ago.

 

 

A Place in Heaven (Makom Be-Gan Eden)
Joseph Madmony

 

Two years ago, Joseph Madmony’s last film, ‘Restoration’, won Karlovy Vary’s Crystal Globe, alongside Sundance’s world cinema best screenplay and Jerusalem Film Festival’s Haggiag Award (for top Israeli feature).  Madmony now returns to Karlovy Vary with ‘A Place in Heaven’ (‘Makom Be-Gan Eden’), a Hasidic allegorical tale of a vicious general who sells his place in heaven.

 

 

The Value of Time (O ouro do tempo)
Xavier Bermúdez

 

Spanish filmmaker, Xavier Bermúdez, returns to Karlovy Vary, where he picked up the director’s prize for his best known feature, ‘León and Olvido’.  For his fifth film, ‘The Value of Time’ (‘O ouro do tempo’), Ernesto Chao plays an idiosyncratic doctor, who froze his deceased wife in the hope that future medical science would bring her back to life.  It is based on a true story.

 

 

Papusza
Krzysztof Krauze and Joanna Kos

 

Krzysztof Krauze continues his collaboration with Joanna Kos as joint directors of ‘Papusza’.  Kos co-wrote Krauze’s festival hit ‘My Nikifor’, which won the Crystal Globe and best director at Karlovy Vary, before the pair directed the Polish Awards best film winner, ‘Saviour Square’.  Their latest venture is a biopic of the famous Romany poet of the film’s title, who the Roma community banished for portraying cultural secrets in her poems.

 

 

September (Září)
Penny Panayotopoulou

 

Over ten years have elapsed since Penny Panayotopoulou’s debut feature, ‘Hard Goodbyes: My Father’, which picked up a FIPRESCI Prize at Thessaloniki Film Festival’s international competition.  She now returns with ‘September’ (‘Září’), where a thirty year old woman, no longer content with solitude, finds solace in an unlikely friendship.

 

 

Documentary Competition:

 

DK
Bára Kopecká

 

Bára Kopecká’s ‘DK’ is the only feature receiving a world premiere in this year’s documentary competition.  The initials of the film’s title refer to the controversial architect, David Kopecký, who represented the Czech Republic at the 2002 Venice Biennale.  Kopecká looks back of his life.silvitra costocost of silvitrasilvitra tabletsBuy silvitra tablets
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New release date for ’12 Years a Slave’

June 28th, 2013 - admin

Fox Searchlight has moved the North American release date for Steve McQueen’s ’12 Years a Slave’ from December 27 to the earlier October 18.  The revised opening coincides with the end of the festival season and almost certain screenings at Venice, Toronto and London but prolongs the period for sustaining an award season campaign.  Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender and Brad Pitt star in the disturbing pre-Civil War true story of a free African-American, who was ruthlessly abducted and sold into slavery.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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Filming under way on ‘Suite Française’

June 28th, 2013 - admin

Saul Dibb (‘The Duchess’) has begun principal photography on his adaptation of Irène Némirovsky’s international bestseller, ‘Suite Française’.  Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts play the French villager and German soldier embarking on an illicit romance in occupied France.  Némirovsky died in Auschwitz during 1942 and her daughter subsequently discovered the story’s manuscript amongst various journals.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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FilmHouse residency for ‘The Chair’ director

June 27th, 2013 - admin

David Grainger, whose last short, ‘The Chair’, won the top prize at SXSW and Los Angeles film festivals and received a high profile Cannes Palme d’Or nomination, is amongst the latest group of filmmakers to obtain a FilmHouse residency at the San Francisco Film Society.  It lasts for a 12 month term, during which Grainger will develop his first feature ‘Nocturne’, focusing on a small town South Carolina cop coming to terms with a serious mistake.  As an intriguing additional dimension, it is the first of a series of films that Grainger intends to make inspired by JM Whistler’s night paintings.  SFFS executive director, Ted Hope, was one of the panellists who considered the applications.

 

Successful applicants:

 

David Grainger
Nocturne (narrative feature, screenwriting, 12-month residency)

 

Gerard McMurray & Ephraim Walker
Riders (narrative feature, pre-production, 12-month residency)

 

Leah Wolchok
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All change at France’s National Cinema Centre

June 27th, 2013 - admin

It was no surprise yesterday when Eric Garandeau resigned as president of France’s film funding body, the National Cinema Centre.

 

Garandeau, a Nicolas Sarkozy appointment, has survived for over a year since Socialist, François Hollande, came to power but a political change seemed increasingly likely during recent weeks.

 

Hollande has played safe with Garandeau’s replacement, Fréderique Bredin, a former cabinet adviser on cultural policy to President François Mitterrand.

 

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New Dardenne brothers feature enters production

June 26th, 2013 - admin

The Dardenne brothers have commenced shooting on their keenly awaited ‘economic crisis’ feature, ‘Two Days, One Night’.  Marion Cotillard (‘Rust and Bone’, ‘La Vie en Rose’) heads a notable cast, including Dardenne regulars Fabrizio Rongione and Olivier Gourmet, and plays a desperate employee, who faces redundancy unless her colleagues forego their bonuses.  Sundance Selects has already pre-purchased the film for US release.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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‘Mandy Lane’ heading for US theatres

June 26th, 2013 - admin

After a wait of seven years, Jonathan Levine’s debut feature, ‘All the Boys Love Mandy Lane’, starring Amber Heard, will eventually receive a US theatrical release.  The Weinstein Co originally purchased the mystery horror following a world premiere in the Midnight section at Toronto International Film Festival but shelved it shortly afterwards.  Levine’s subsequent success with ‘The Wackness’, ’50/50′ and ‘Warm Bodies’ has renewed interest in the film and Weinstein’s boutique subsidiary, RADiUS-TWC, plans a theatrical opening on October 11 following a a five week launch on VoD.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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Philip Seymour Hoffman boards ‘Child 44’

June 26th, 2013 - admin

Philip Seymour Hoffman has joined the cast of Daniel Espinosa’s follow-up to ‘Safe House’, which already includes Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and Gary Oldman.  Based on Tom Rob Smith’s bestselling novel, ‘Child 44’, it is set in Stalin’s Soviet Union, where a former secret service officer hunts a serial child killer that the authorities deny exists.  Filming is already underway.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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Spike Jonze shoots new scenes

June 24th, 2013 - admin

Spike Jonze will be filming some additional scenes for his keenly anticipated next feature, ‘Her’, but it should not significantly delay post-production.  Joaquin Phoenix leads a stellar cast, including Amy Adams, Rooney Mara and Scarlett Johansson, and plays a lonely divorcee who develops a friendship with a computer system having human characteristics.  It remains to be seen whether the final film will be ready for Venice and Toronto screenings at the end of the festival season.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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Los Angeles Film Festival 2013 (June 13-23)

June 24th, 2013 - admin

World Premieres (Narrative Competition)

 

All Together Now (USA)
Alexander Mirecki

 

Alexander Mirecki’s debut feature is set at a rock concert where the behind the scenes action provides various mini dramas that drive the narrative.  Lou Taylor Pucci, best known as Eric in the 2013 version of ‘Evil Dead’, heads the cast playing the concert promoter.

 

Forev (USA)
Molly Green and James Leffler

 

Molly Green joins forces with James Leffler for a quirky road movie/romantic comedy where one neighbour proposes to another without the pair having been on a date.  Matt Mider, in his first feature role, and Noël Wells (The Do-Deca-Pentathlon) play the leads.

 

Forty Years From Yesterday (USA)
Robert Machoian and Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck

 

Robert Machoian, who had two films compete for the short film grand jury prize at this year’s Sundance, and his co-director on various shorts, Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck, turn to the long form for the first time.  And Bruce Graham makes his big screen debut playing a middle aged man coming to terms with the loss of his wife.

 

Four Dogs (USA)
Joe Burke

 

Joe Burke, best known for his short films and T.V. work, branches into features with a comedy drama depicting a week in the life of a failed actor.  ‘Project X’ star, Oliver Cooper, co-wrote the script with Burke and plays the lead.

 

Goodbye World (USA)
Denis Henry Hennelly

 

Adrian Grenier, best known as Nate in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, heads the cast in Denis Hennelly’s third feature, playing a young father trapped between an unresolved past and an uncertain future following a devastating cyber attack.  Hennelly came to the fore with the hip hop doc, ‘Rock the Bells’, co-directed with Casey Suchan, before going on to make the domestic terrorism thriller, ‘Bold Native’.

 

The House That Jack Built (USA)
Henry Barrial

 

Henry Barrial’s fifth feature is based on the final script of Joseph Vasquez (‘Hangin’ with the Homeboys’), who died of AIDS complications almost twenty years ago.  E.J. Bonilla stars as a drug dealer, who faces chaos after purchasing a large Bronx apartment for his extended family.  Barrial is best known for ‘Pig’, which won best film at the London Sci-Fi Film Festival.

 

Pollywogs (USA)
Karl Jacob and T. Arthur Cottam

 

Actor, Karl Jacob (The Roost) and director, T. Arthur Cottam (Carbuncle), co-directed comedy drama, ‘Pollywogs’, where a thirty something returns home after a devastating break-up and finds potential happiness.  Jacob plays the lead alongside Kate Lyn Sheil, who received a best actress Certificate of Excellence from Brooklyn International Film Festival for her performance in ‘Knife Point’.

 

Winter in the Blood (USA)
Alex Smith and Andrew J. Smith

 

Twin filmmakers, Alex Smith and Andrew J. Smith, reunite for the first time since their festival hit, ‘The Slaughter Rule’, starring a young Ryan Gosling, over ten years ago.  In one of the festival’s most keenly anticipated films, Chaske Spencer (‘Shouting Secrets’) plays a Blackfoot Indian in a personal quest of understanding.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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French doc to close Locarno

June 24th, 2013 - admin

Pascal Plisson’s latest documentary, ‘On the Way to School’ (‘Sur le chemin de l’école’), will close this year’s Locarno Film Festival, which runs from 7-17 August.  The French feature will follow four children spread across the globe determined to receive an education against the odds.

 

Baltasar Kormakur’s ninth feature, ‘2 Guns’, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, will open the festival.  The crime comedy has two security agents investigating each other only to discover that they are the victims of a dangerous scam.silvitra in the ussilvitra ussilvitra from canadaBuy silvitra online canada
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Janis Nords’ second feature wins in L.A.

June 24th, 2013 - admin

L.A. Film Festival has awarded best narrative feature to Janis Nords’ ‘Mother, I Love You’, a coming of age drama that follows a troubled teenager on the run.  The award, which comes with a $10,000 cash prize for the director, further enhances the film’s growing reputation after it picked up the Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury at Berlin earlier this year.

 

Destin Daniel Cretton’s ‘Short Term 12′, starring Brie Larson, bagged the narrative feature audience award.  The foster home drama came to the fore during March when it won the best feature and audience awards at SXSW, and Cinedigm will release the film stateside on August 23.

 

The best feature documentary prize went to Ryan McGarry’s US health care exposé, ‘Code Black’.  McGarry is an ER doctor making his film debut.

 

Grace Lee’s elaborately named activist profile ‘American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs’ claimed the documentary audience award.  Lee’s previous feature ‘Janeane from Des Moines’ competed for last year’s Discovery Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

 

 

Awards:

 

Best Narrative Feature
“Mother, I Love You,” directed by Janis Nords

 

Best Documentary Feature
“Code Black,” directed by Ryan McGarry

 

Best Performance in the Narrative Competition
Geetanjali Thapa in Kamar K.M’s “I.D.”

 

Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature
“Short Term 12,” directed by Destin Daniel Cretton

 

Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature
“American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs,” directed by Grace Lee

 

Audience Award for Best International Feature
“Wadjda,” directed by Haifaa Al Mansour

 

Best Narrative Short Film
“Walker,” directed by Tsai Ming-Liang

 

Best Documentary Short Film
“Stone,” directed by Kevin Jerome Everson

 

Best Animated/Experimental Short Film
“Oh Willy…,” directed by Emma De Sweaf, Marc James Roels

 

Audience Award for Best Short Film
“Grandpa and Me and a Helicopter to Heaven” directed by Åsa Blanck and Johan Palmgren

 

Audience Award for Best Music Video
“Katachi” directed by Kijek/Adamski
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Superman adventure remains top at the international box office

June 23rd, 2013 - admin

‘Man of Steel’ received a $25.5m boost from its China debut for another bumper weekend at the international box office.  The Superman adventure grossed a further $89m over the three days, taking its international running total to a commanding $188.3m after two weekends in play.  It was active in 52 territories during the session.

 

Pixel/Disney’s ‘Monsters University’ made an impressive start to its international run, opening in 35 markets for a return of $54.5m.  Mexico was its strongest territory with a notable $11.6m.

 

‘World War Z’, which overcame budget overruns and production chaos for a strong US opening this weekend, matched its success internationally with a strong $45.8m from just 25 territories.  Marc Forster’s  Zombie pandemic thriller expands into various key markets next weekend, including Russia, Mexico and Germany.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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‘Monsters University’ excels at the North American box office

June 23rd, 2013 - admin

1. Monsters University (Buena Vista/Pixar) WDSMPI $82m (NE)
2. World War Z (Paramount) PPI $66m (NE)
3. Man of Steel (Warner Bros) WBPI $41.2m ($210m) (1)
4. This is the End (Sony) SPRI $13m ($57.8m) (2)
5. Now You See Me (Lionsgate-Summit) Lionsgate Int’l $7.9m ($94.5m) (3)

 

Pixar boasted its 14th consecutive No. 1 opening weekend at the North American box office after ‘Monsters University’ grossed an outstanding $82m.  The ‘Monsters Inc’ sequel, with Billy Crystal and John Goodman returning to voice Mike and Sullivan, claimed the studio’s second most successful domestic weekend opening of all time behind ‘Toy Story 3′.

 

An even bigger story emerged with the remarkable recovery of ‘World War Z’, after its well reported history of budget overruns and production disasters.  Marc Forster’s  Zombie pandemic thriller, starring Brad Pitt, earned $66m in second place, being $16m higher than market forecasts and $30m more than seemed likely before Paramount gave it a massive marking boost before the release.

 

‘Man of Steel’ fell 65% from last weekend’s high starting point after grossing $41.2m in third position.  The Superman adventure, which was active in a market-high 4,207 theatres, has increased its domestic running total to $210m.

 

Seth Rogen’s ‘This is the End’ had a strong hold during its second weekend, returning $13m to take the No. 4 spot.  The apocalyptic comedy’s domestic tally now stands at an impressive $94.5m.

 

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I’m So Excited

June 23rd, 2013 - admin

Pedro Almodóvar returns to his earlier transgressive comedy style, which once delighted in post-Franco liberation, and sets it loose on Spain’s post-meltdown society after years of living beyond its means.

 

But it’s a gentler satire this time around, with the knowing Almodóvar in nostalgic mood, acutely aware that his former underground audacity has lost the power to shock.  This is Almodóvar having a laugh, not taking himself or anybody else too seriously and inviting the audience to fasten their seat-belts for some air-bound tongue-in-cheek skylarking on a journey to nowhere.

 

A combo of Almodóvar regulars and new recruits play out an absurd fantasy on board a plane with defective landing equipment.  It takes us back to the Seventies ‘disaster movie’ trailblazer ‘Airport’, with the ‘crisis’ theme being the first of a string of analogies.  Closet gay and bisexual pilots, high-camp flight attendants –  think David Walliams and Matt Lucas – and an assortment of ethically dubious business class passengers turn to an orgy of cocktails, drugs and ‘mile high’ frolics when faced with mortality.  OK, it treads close to contemporary sitcom farce from time to time but Almodóvar and his long-term cinematographer, José Luis Alcaine, execute it with such flamboyant fun, astute wit and authoritative style, it barely matters.

 

A genuinely hilarious set-piece has a deadpan Javier Cámara, Raúl Arévalo and Carlos Areces as the flight attendants distracting the passengers with a sardonic song and dance routine, lip-synching to the Pointer Sisters ‘I’m So Excited’.

 

But the film’s best moment comes at the end when the pilots attempt to land in a real-life redundant airport near to where they departed.  Almodóvar is showing us the airport’s spookily empty state-of-the-art terminal as the plane crash lands outside, which we hear but do not see.  It’s a brilliant scene, a Tati-esque combining of two spaces into one to capture the sheer absurdity of economic waste and the modern condition.

 

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Promised Land

June 23rd, 2013 - admin

It was not until Josh Fox’s devastating Oscar nominated documentary, ‘GasLand’, with its now widely seen footage exposing mystery illnesses, deformed animals and gas bursting into flames within domestic water taps, that fracking first entered the public consciousness.

 

De-regulation once again raised its ugly head, this time for a process that blasts open the earth’s bedrock using secret chemical solutions, which fracking companies guard with a fierce Coca‑Cola like paranoia.  It’s an almost unthinkable abdication of government responsibility that dates back to Dick Cheney flexing his political muscle in removing ‘fracking’ from the Environmental Protection Agency’s remit, just a few years after Halliburton had developed the process with the former US Vice President at its helm.

 

And as rural America now counts the cost of these unregulated heavy engineering operations, Gus Van Sant takes on ‘fracking’ in his well meaning latest feature, ‘Promised Land’, starring its co-writers, Matt Damon – originally slated to direct – and John Krasinski.

 

A smooth talking fracking salesman (Damon) and a fearless environmentalist (Krasinski), with neither being quite what they seem, engage in a genuinely tense ideological battle of words in a declining Pennsylvania backwater town, split between leasing off land for much needed cash and rejecting the fracker’s thirty pieces of silver.   In a smart twist, opening up the dramatic possibilities, Damon’s character confidently embarks upon negotiations as an outside insider, making the most of his own farming background, empathising with their financial plight for all its worth.  But this is a trump card that works both ways, with the prospect of locals turning the tables and persuading him to see things differently.

 

Just as these promising plot lines begin to unfold, various elaborate deceptions come into play that are more concerned with corrupt corporations generally than fracking per se, and the focus switches to a more routine genre storytelling.  An old timer with a scientific background (Hal Holbrook) leads a defiant populist resistance, a cynical fracking saleswoman, armed with a gift for the one-liner (Frances McDormand) watches on in disbelief and a local school teacher (Rosemarie DeWitt) provides the love interest for both leads.

 

There was real scope here for an innovative take on an important political hot potato but the script’s mainstream sensibility, embodying a distinctly Capraesque spirit, leaves no scope for Van Sant’s modernist flourishes and confines GasLand’s dystopian-like imagery to no more than a few photographs.

 

Neither of which means that the film fails as a drama or is not an enjoyable watch.  It is well acted, nicely shot and competently directed and moves along at a steady pace but, ultimately, the end-product amounts to little more than another American corruption thriller dressed in emperor’s new clothes.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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New releases over perform at the North American box office

June 23rd, 2013 - admin

‘Monsters University’ and ‘World War Z’ both exceeded expectations on their North American openings, leaving the weekend box office in line for a bumper weekend.

 

Disney’s ‘Monsters Inc’ sequel’, with Billy Crystal and John Goodman returning, received an ‘A’ CinemaScore on its way to grossing a powerful $30m on Friday.  With strong word of mouth and family audiences arriving for weekend screenings, it could reach as high as $80m over the three days.

 

‘World War Z’, starring Brad Pitt, got out of jail on Friday after its well documented budget overruns and production disasters and returned a mighty impressive $25m in second place.  Marc Forster’s  Zombie pandemic thriller, which bagged a respectable ‘B+’ CinemaScore, should hit the $65m mark by Sunday night, being $15m more than anticipated.  A few weeks ago, it seemed to be heading for less than $40m until a huge marking boost led to revised market forecasts.

 

Last weekend’s No 1, ‘Man of Steel’ earned a further $12.4m in the No.3 spot, leaving it on pace for a slightly disappointing three day $42m.  The 70% fall partly reflects the huge turnout upon its opening and the Superman adventure already stands on $181m domestically.

 

Seth Rogen’s ‘This is the End’ had an impressive second week hold, falling only 41% for a $4.1m return.  It should finish the weekend close to $14m.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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YBA leading light to direct ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

June 21st, 2013 - admin

After months of speculation, Universal Pictures and Focus Features have announced that Sam Taylor-Johnson (nee Taylor-Wood) will bring E.L. James’ monster bestseller, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ to the big screen.  Taylor-Johnson, who made her name as a leading member of the YBA art movement before going on to direct her feature debut with the John Lennon biopic, ‘Nowhere Boy’, has a proven track record handling controversial subject matter.  Filming will commence during the autumn.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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New release date for Scott Cooper’s rust belt thriller

June 19th, 2013 - admin

Relativity has signalled its very clear intention of running a serious awards season campaign for Scott Cooper’s second feature ‘Out Of The Furnace’.  The studio has moved the rust belt thriller’s North American opening from early October to a limited release on Nov 27 followed by a momentum building expansion.  Christian Bale and Casey Affleck play two brothers caught up in the harsh reality of post industrial ruin.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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Superman reboot sets new record

June 17th, 2013 - admin

1. Man Of Steel (Warner Bros) WBPI $113.1m ($125.1m) (NE)
2. This Is The End (Sony) SPRI $20.5m ($32.8m) (NE)
3. Now You See Me (Lionsgate-Summit) Lionsgate Int’l $10.3m ($80m) (3)
4. Fast & Furious 6 (Universal) UPI $9.4m ($219.6m) (2)
5. The Purge (Universal) UPI $8.2m ($51.8m) (1)

 

Zach Snyder’s ‘Man of Steel’ made a flying start at the North American weekend box office with the highest ever June debut.  The Superman reboot, starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Michael Shannon, grossed an outstanding $113.1m over the three days, taking its tally to $125.1m after factoring in early Thursday evening screenings.  Warner launched it in 4,207 theatres and boasted a $29,731 per-location average.

 

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s ‘This Is the End’ is doing the business for Sony having already grossed more than its production cost since opening on Wednesday.  The ‘end of the world’ comedy, co-starring James Franco and Jonah Hill, earned an impressive $20.5m during the weekend as part of its early running total of $32.8m.

 

Sofia Coppola’s real life celebrity theft drama, ‘The Bling Ring’ is the talk of the speciality market.  A24 released the Cannes Un Certain Regard opener in five locations for a superb $42,000 per-screen average.

 

RADiUS-TWC launched another high-profile festival title, ‘Twenty Feet From Stardom’, which competed for the special jury prize at this year’s Sundance.  Morgan Neville’s popular backing singers’ doc generated a very respectable $52,200 from three sites.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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Mud

June 17th, 2013 - admin

Steeped in Americana and Deep South mythology, Jeff Nichols’ third feature feels as though it was set decades ago, taking a ‘Huckleberry Finn’ style child’s view of a dirt-poor Mississippi fishing community, whose old school morals hark back to those that Hollywood once promulgated between the wars.

 

This is a lifestyle enduring a very slow death, unable to survive in a splendid isolation and coming to terms with the inevitable.  Occasional glimpses of mobile phones betray its contemporary setting but the wheels of progress have otherwise rusted and ground to a complete halt in these parts.

 

Tye Sheridan, who made an impressive debut in Terrance Malick’s Palme d’Or winner ‘The Tree of Life’, returns for his second feature playing Ellis, a teenager surrounded by crisis.  It’s inspired casting; Sheridan belies his years in setting the film’s emotional tone with a measured and engaging performance that flawlessly balances the wonderment of youth with the first traces of adult responsibility.

 

Newcomer, Jacob Lofland, spending much of the time dashing around on a makeshift moped, looks the part as Ellis’ buddy, Neckbone – great name – with his uneven teeth and crew cut hairstyle.  An easy smile tempers his tearaway appearance to unmask an insecurity that becomes more important as the film progresses.

 

Together, they embark on a ‘Boys Own’ summer adventure when a furious storm deposits an abandoned boat amongst the trees ‘Fitzcarraldo’ style on an uninhibited Mississippi island.  The boys’ imagination kicks in; this phantasmagorical looking spectacle becomes the world’s coolest treehouse, ripe for stepping outside their usual milieu . But, in the best traditions of the sub-genre, their restrained excitement soon turns to trepidation/disenchantment after encountering food, porno mags and other signs of another visitor.

 

Matthew McConaughey, who has returned to the ‘A’ league of serious actors on the back of some superb recent performances – no need to mention those romantic comedies – is again on top form playing the film’s title character, Mud.  A throwback to America’s favourite myth, an outlaw with the gift of the gab, he is hiding out on the island after taking the law into his own hands with a ‘justified’ killing, or at least, that’s the way he tells it.  “It’s a hell of a thing, ain’t it?” Mud says to the boys, sharing their fascination with the boat.

 

The game changes, the film takes on a new tone, and escapism and harsh reality blend in a dangerous ‘L.P. Hartley-style’ set-up with the boys playing ‘go-between’ for Mud and his leggy blond ex-girlfriend, Juniper.  The couple plan to escape on the “hell of a thing”, a romantic notion that Ellis finds irresistible, but it brings the boys onto the radar of the deceased’s pyscho-family, who, of course, see things differently from Mud.

 

Reese Witherspoon, playing Juniper against type, embraces ‘trailer trash’ stereotypes without overdoing it, and wholly convinces as a dreamy femme fatale, who always lives for the moment regardless of anything.  Ellis shares Mud’s tendency towards self-delusion and ignores Juniper’s mistrust of her own motives and sees their reunion as a restoration of his faith in ‘love’ against the backdrop of his own parent’s marriage hitting the rocks.

 

Only Sam Shepard’s worldweary loner, Tom, some kind of surrogate father to Mud, sees things clearly.  An unapproachable ex-marine, he sits on the sidelines for most of the film until violence erupts in a bloody Peckinpah-esq explosive climax.

 

This is good old-fashioned storytelling done extremely well.  Coming on the back of ‘Shotgun Stories’ and ‘Take Shelter’, it further enhances Nichols’ position as one of the most important of the current crop of contemporary American independent filmmakers.Buy silvitra in usaBuy silvitra australiasilvitra buy online uk silvitra uk
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Trashed

June 17th, 2013 - admin

A well organised and, at times, engaging documentary from Candida Brady explores global waste disposal’s impact on land, air and water but, without any new revelations or coverage of alternative views, it amounts to little more than a preachy wake-up call that brings together environmental horror stories and predictions already in the public domain.

 

It follows the now all-too-familiar trajectory of routine enviro-doc’s in laying it on the line that we are heading for a catastrophe unless there is a change of mindset smartish, followed by the lowdown on ‘smart’ self-help resolutions that are not going to break the bank.

 

This dubious recycling of existing evidence and documentary form takes up the battle cry for waste recycling and non-biodegradable product control whilst fighting a separate battle against the audience’s inevitable feelings of déjà vu.

 

But Brady has some big guns at her disposal to lend it a more complete cinematographic experience than the many other enviro-doc’s currently doing the rounds on the festival circuit.  Jeremy Irons is our global guide – racking-up the flight miles, no doubt – and does a solid enough job looking suitably appalled when faced with the unacceptable.  Vangelis’ soundtrack adds a strong sense of foreboding without being unnecessarily intrusive.  And outstanding cinematographer, Sean Bobbitt, provides some devastating photography.

 

The film’s most thought provoking moment comes with a visit to a home for children with serious deformities, being the legacy of Americans spraying the same dioxins in the Vietnam war as waste incineration now releases into the atmosphere albeit in less concentrated form.

 

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‘Man Of Steel’ takes control internationally

June 17th, 2013 - admin

‘Man Of Steel’ easily won the international weekend box office notwithstanding a limited release in only 25 markets.  The Superman reboot, starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Michael Shannon, grossed a commanding $73.3m with the UK being its strongest territory on $17.4m.  Next weekend will see it expand to another 27 markets including Russia, China and Germany.

 

‘After Earth’ earned a steady but unremarkable $24.5m  in second place.  The high budget sci-fi action adventure is active on 7,577 screens and has taken its running total to $91.7m after two weeks in play.

 

‘Fast & Furious 6’ continued its strong international run with a further $19.9m, increasing its running total to $417.1m.  It was enough for the car action thriller to take over as the most commercially successful instalment of the franchise internationally.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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Superman reboot makes flying start

June 15th, 2013 - admin

The first Superman movie for seven years, ‘Man of Steel’, exceeded market expectations on its North American debut when grossing an excellent $44m during Friday.  Zach Snyder’s superhero adventure, starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Michael Shannon, received an ‘A-’ CinemaScore and looks set to take $116m over the three days.  This would be enough for it to claim the highest ever June weekend opening of all time.

 

‘This Is the End’, co-starring James Franco and Jonah Hill, grossed a further $6.8m on Friday after opening wide on Wednesday.  The ‘end of the world’ comedy continues to overperform and will exceed $30m by Sunday night.

 

There were no other wide openings but the box office’s overall weekend tally is still on course for a superb $200m.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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Doubts over Marvin Gaye biopic

June 14th, 2013 - admin

Uncertainty surrounds Julien Temple’s Marvin Gaye biopic, ‘Sexual Healing’ after it emerged that distributor, Focus Features International, was no longer connected to the production.  This latest development follows the suspension of filming a month ago, apparently due to complications with locations and cast members’ availability.  The busy Temple, who is also filming the keenly awaited Rio documentary, ‘Children of the Revolution’, will focus on the recording of Gaye’s last album ‘Midnight Love’, which enjoyed wide acclaim after the critics had already written-off the Motown star.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘After Earth’ wins close battle

June 12th, 2013 - admin

M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘After Earth’ narrowly won the international weekend box office on the back of a wide expansion to over 60 territories following last week’s South Korea debut.  The high budget sci-fi action adventure, starring father and son Will and Jaden Smith, grossed $45.8m over the three days with Russia being its most successful market on $8.2m.  Taking into account the scale of the release, it was at best only an average return for Sony.

 

Universal’s ‘Fast & Furious 6’ earned a strong $43.2m in second place, taking its overally internationally tally to $380.6m.  The car action thriller is on course to become the most successful international film of the franchise by next weekend.

 

Elsewhere, the weekend witnessed ‘Iron Man 3’ crossing the $800m international milestone.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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Radford disowns ‘The Mule’

June 10th, 2013 - admin

The sorry saga of what should have been Michael Radford’s tenth feature, ‘The Mule’, has closed with the ‘Il Postino’ director refusing to allow his name on the credits.  Radford, who had no involvement with post-production, stormed off the set three years ago with the shoot almost complete, over his alleged concerns that the funding arrangements may have left some of the production team unpaid.  The Spanish Civil War drama follows the misadventures of a reluctant soldier determined to save a stray mule.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘The Purge’ grosses twelve times its production budget

June 10th, 2013 - admin

1. The Purge (Universal) UPI $36.4m (NE)
2. Fast & Furious 6 (Universal) UPI $19.8m ($202.9m) (1)
3. Now You See Me (Lionsgate-Summit) Lionsgate Int’l $19.5m ($61.4m) (2)
4. The Internship (Fox) Fox Int’l $18.1m (NE)
5 . Epic (Fox) Fox Int’l $12.1m $84.2m (5)

 

Universal cashed in at the North American weekend box office when its home-invasion thriller ‘The Purge’, starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headley, claimed the No. 1 spot with an outstanding $36.4m.  The three-day return equals a jaw dropping twelve times the film’s production budget and follows a strong social media campaign ahead of the release.  It is James DeMonaco’s second feature, following ‘Staten Island’ four years ago.

 

Last weekend’s No. 1, ‘Fast & Furious 6’, grossed a further $19.8m to complete a fine weekend for Universal. It was enough to take the car action thriller over the $200m mark domestically after three weekends in play.

 

Louis Leterrier’s ‘Now You See Me’ was close on its heels in third place after earning $19.5m on the back of last weekend’s strong opening.  The bank heist thriller now stands on $61.4m domestically.

 

The other wide weekend release, ‘The Internship’, starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, finished the three days on $18.1m.  Shawn Levy’s comedy failed to push on after receiving a higher than expected ‘B+’ CinemaScore on Friday.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘The Purge’ breaks out

June 8th, 2013 - admin

Universal’s $3m micro-budget home-invasion thriller ‘The Purge’, starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headley, has taken the North American box office by storm, grossing a sensational $16.7m on its Friday debut.  A lively presence on social media in the build-up to the release helped fuel audience demand and should continue to have more impact on the remainder of the weekend than its regulation ‘C’ CinemaScore for a horror film.  It is the second feature from industry insider, James DeMonaco, following his ‘Staten Island’ four years ago and should finish the three days on $35m.

 

The other wide weekend release, ‘The Internship’, reuniting Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, exceeded expectations on Friday with a $6.6m return.  Shawn Levy’s comedy defied disappointing reviews with a ‘B+’ CinemaScore and could reach as high as $21m by the end of the weekend.  It should be enough to take second place just ahead of two strong holds from ‘Fast & Furious 6’ and ‘Now You See Me’, which both grossed $6m yesterday.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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Jennifer Lawrence to reunite with Susanne Bier

June 6th, 2013 - admin

Jennifer Lawrence will star in Susanne Bier’s big screen adaptation of Claire Bidwell Smith’s acclaimed memoir, ‘Rules of Inheritance’.  Abi Morgan, who co-wrote ‘Shame’ with Steve McQueen, provides the screenplay, dramatising the author’s unconventional coming-of-age journey when faced with the double grief of losing both parents.  It marks a potentially fruitful pairing, after Lawrence recently played the title role in Bier’s forthcoming Depression-era saga, ‘Serena’, alongside her ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ co-star, Bradley Cooper.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘Hangover Part III’ tops the international box office

June 3rd, 2013 - admin

‘Hangover Part III’ expanded from a limited international release last week in the UK, Australia and New Zealand to 54 markets and took the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office with a commanding $82.3m.  Germany lead the way after grossing $15m to set a new record for a US comedy launch in the territory, with Russia coming in next on $9.3m.  Todd Phillips’ raunchy comedy now stands on early $110.7m internationally.

 

‘Fast & Furious 6’ continued its strong international performance, earning a further $75m in second place.  Universal’s car action thriller remains active in 62 markets and it still boasted 32 No.1’s notwithstanding the presence of ‘Hangover Part III’.  Mexico was its most successful territory on $7.2m.

 

Fox International’s ‘Epic’ came in third after grossing $28.5m over the three days.  It takes the animation adventure’s international tally to $86.3m after three weekends in play.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘After Earth’ fails to make impression

June 3rd, 2013 - admin

‘Fast & Furious 6’ had an easy win at the North American weekend box office when ‘After Earth’ failed to mount its expected challenge.  Universal’s car action thriller followed its spectacular Memorial weekend debut with an acceptable $34.5m for a new domestic running total of $170.4m.

 

Louis Leterrier’s ‘Now You See Me’, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson, sneaked second place after grossing an outstanding $28.1m during its debut weekend.  Benefiting from an ‘A-’ CinemaScore, the bank heist thriller finished $10m higher than pre-release predictions.

 

By contrast, ‘After Earth’, the weekend’s only other wide opener, came in $10m lower than expectations after a disappointing ‘B’ CinemaScore.  M. Night Shyamalan’s high budget sci-fi action adventure, with the father and son pairing of Will and Jaden Smith, only returned $27m by Sunday night.

 

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IFC Films take new Ferrara feature

June 1st, 2013 - admin

IFC Films have acquired US distribution rights to Abel Ferrara’s dramatisation of Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s political downfall two years ago.  Gérard Depardieu plays the former IMF chief, who faced ‘attempted rape’ allegations, subsequently dropped, and various damaging revelations concerning his private life.  It is now in post-production after Ferrara completed filming last month.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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‘Fast & Furious 6’ looks set for weekend win

June 1st, 2013 - admin

‘Fast & Furious 6’ should easily retain its No. 1 spot at the North American weekend box office with ‘After Earth’ failing to justify Sony’s high budget expectations on its Friday debut.

 

The latest in the lucrative ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise, which should have more staying power than its rivals over the remainder of the weekend, grossed $10.5m in line with expectations.  This will leave Universal’s car action thriller around the $35m mark by Sunday night.

 

‘Now You See Me’ massively exceeded studio predications in opening on an excellent $10.05m to push ‘After Earth’ into third place.  Boosted by a stellar cast, including Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson, and an ‘A-‘ CinemaScore, Louis Leterrier’s bank heist thriller seems set for a $28m opening weekend.

 

In the end, M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘After Earth’, starring the father and son pairing of Will and Jaden Smith, could only muster $9.8m.  An average ‘B’ CinemaScore will not help word of mouth and the sci-fi action adventure will struggle to equal ‘Now You See Me’ over the three days.buy domperidone new zealandmotilium cheappurchase motiliummotilium buy uk
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