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07/12/13

The Hunger Games: Catching fire Still Doing Marvelous Job, Collecting Millions Dollar

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was released on Nov. 11, 2013 in London, has set the box office on fire.  Since its release, it has knocked “Thor: the dark World” out of no. 1 position and has collected an estimated $161.1 million in its initial opening in the US and Canada. It has amassed $307.7 millions around the world. The movie earned A grade from the viewers and got a thumbs-up from 89% of critics as announced by Rottentomatoes.com. Director Francis Lawrence has succeeded in maintaining the continuity with the prequel and he had said “One of the things that I wanted to make sure of was that there was still an aesthetic unity to all of the movies”. He is going to stick to the basics in the sequels that follow this movie “Mockingjay1” and “Mockingjay2” which are scheduled to be released in Nov.2014 and Nov.2015 respectively. Actress Jennifer Lawrence said that she is going to be proud of this character for the rest of her life. Critics are all praise for the actress and the deftly handled story telling by the director.

It’s a remarkable performance. And it’s just one of several in Catching Fire, which helps explain why this second installment of the Hunger Games trilogy is a significant improvement on the movie that launched the franchise last year. Credit director Francis Lawrence (no relation to the lead actress) for that. - Soren Andersen, The Seattle Times

Catching Fire, which builds on the box-office and critical success of last year's Hunger Games, is spectacular in every sense of the word. For extra pow, see it in IMAX. It's also darker, deeper and more dangerously subversive.” — Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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15/11/13

Outstanding Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Doing Well at Box Office

Directed by Jeff Tremaine this film is an American comedy and is the fourth in its series. The film is about an eighty year old man Irving and his eight year old grandson Billy. Irving takes his grandson with him t meet his real father and on their way they meet with a number of people, encounter several situations which not only give a hilarious twist to the entire story but also teaches a lesson about bringing up a child. Through a series of such encounters, Irving and Billy ultimately manage to meet Billy’s father, Chuck.

The film did not receive favourable reviews from the film critics, but it managed to get #1 spot in North America the week it was released but, slumped to #2 position the following week.

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11/11/13

Thor: The Dark World Thunders to $86 Million Box-Office Opening

"Thor: The Dark World" brought down the hammer this weekend, thundering to No. 1 at the U.S. box office with a estimated $86 million.
 
Disney’s Marvel superhero sequel rode the wave of momentum from last year's "The Avengers" – as "Iron Man 3" did earlier this year – to the year's fourth-biggest opening. It didn't match the U.S. debuts of those two Marvel films, the biggest-ever at $207 million and $174 million respectively, but the $170 million 3D epic blew past the first weekend of the pre-"Avengers" original "Thor."
 
Also read: 'August: Osage County' Review: Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts Go at It Like Godzilla vs. Megalon
 
That one opened to $65 million in May of 2011 and went on to take in $450 million worldwide in 2011. With $94 million from overseas this weekend, 'The Dark World” has brought in more than $327 million in two weeks, and will out-earn 'Thor' by a wide margin. It opened No. 1 in China with nearly $20 million this weekend, better than “The Avengers.”
 
- Todd Cunningham
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05/11/13

Anticipated Fantasy Thor: The Dark World: Preview

Based on the story from Marvel comics, this is the story of Thor. The film is getting distributed by Walt Disney Motion Pictures. The film deals with the events after Marvel’s the avengers. Thor, the crown prince of Asgard, has to fight it out with Malekith to save the world from utter destruction. Thor joins hands with Jane foster to battle it out with Malekith. With a long drawn out battle, Jane and Selvig help Thor to destroy Malekith and his ship, which crumbles to crush Malekith. After the battle, Thor declines the offer to take the throne and narrates Odin’s sacrifice for the same.

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21/10/13

Watching Gravity and tasting A survival saga in space

Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity pulls you in with the eternal force of human longing for home. Dr Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock), a bio engineer on her first mission in outer space is joined by Kowalski (George Clooney) and Shariff (Paul Sharma) in hanging helplessly in space while their shuttle blows up before their eyes. They float, look longingly at the earth, and exchange their life stories with each other.
 
That is all they do, but it makes one feel the urgent longing for going back home, and the terrible burden it evokes when one can’t.  Sandra Bullock is pitch perfect as the first time astronaut who has left a daughter back at home, and is thinking about her as she keeps floating in the nothingness. Her face expresses the pathos of the situation without losing self dignity. She is the ever evolving pivot which makes Gravity irresistible.
 
Magnificent visuals and effects apart, Gravity holds you down with its visceral emotions about the human condition. Humanity needs to explore, and sometimes escape as well; but it needs to be connected to hope for survival. Hope that is as tempting as a fire fly, and as elusive as truth. Hope – that hurts, and keeps one gasping for breath. Hope that makes one wait so much that the thought of giving up shimmers like a blessing. And yet, without hope everything is a void, like the one in which the astronauts float and keeps looking back at beautiful earth from time to time.
 
A survival saga in space is nothing new. What make Gravity stand out is its electrifying tussle between hope and despair, and the way it singes the heart. It does not go gently in the good night as professed by Dylan Thomas, and refuses to rage against the dying of the light as well.  Because, as long as one is alive, the light does not die.
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20/10/13

Box Office: High-Profile Newcomers Still Falling to ‘Gravity’

Between the two of them, the remake of a 1976 horror classic and a controversial thriller about the founder of Wikileaks couldn’t pull “Gravity” out of its orbit. The space drama is set to earn just north of $30 million in its third weekend in release.

That is only a 28% drop from last weekend, which itself was only 21% off the film’s opening and broke the record for best week-over-week hold for a non-holiday film. With an added $9.1 million from Friday, “Gravity” has cumed $148.6 million to-date domestically.

The success story of “Gravity” sits opposite this weekend’s bomb, Disney and DreamWorks’ “The Fifth Estate,” which is now looking at less than $2 million this frame from 1,769 locations. That will put it in eighth place for the weekend despite ample press — albeit, some of which was negative reviews — and topical subject matter, though evidently not a subject that interests moviegoers.

“Fifth Estate” earned a meager $587,000 Friday. »                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                                         See full article at Variety - Film News »

 

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16/10/13

Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs 2: Welcome to the fun filled world

This is one of the best computer animated movies which got released in the recent years. The film got released three weeks back still have the support from audience, and is continuing its run in the box office. The movie is an absolute fun ride, and this comic element is blended with an adventurous tale with perfect voice casting. Being a sequel, the movie has fulfilled the expectations to a level, but still, there are some unsatisfied audiences who are the fans of the prequel. Anyway,  Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is worth a watch, and it will fill your free time with fun, entertainment and adventure.

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16/10/13

Captain Phillips: Real to the core

Captain Philips, the movie which portrayed the hijacking of the American Ship, MV Maersk Alabama got released this week, and is emerging as a real crowd puller. The movie will make you sit in the edge of the seat throughout the running time, and this thriller element is the main key behind the success of Captain Philips. The real drama captured in reel is undoubtedly top notch, and things got even big when Tom Hanks enacted the character of Captain Richard Philips with finesse. If you are the one who loves uncompromised film making with intense sequences, then Captain Philips will be the perfect choice for you, and it will not disappoint you for sure

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16/10/13

Rocking Box Office From Last 3 Weeks, Yeah it's Gravity!

This 3D science fiction thriller provides the most luxurious visual feast for you and it takes you to the mysterious and infinite realm of deep space. The movie which got released last week is still continuing its dream run in the box office. Fine performances of Sandra Bullock and Geroge Clooney are the main highlight of the film. Alfonso Cuaron has crafted the movie to perfection, and his magical frames are highly unmatchable in all aspects. Overall, this ride to the outer space is something which cannot be missed, and should be your pick when you plan to set out for a show.

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BOX OFFICE REPORT

Title Release On Run Time Rating
Captain America: The Winter Soldier 2014-04-04 136 89
Heaven Is for Real 2014-04-16 100 49
Rio 2 2014-04-11 101 47
Transcendence 2014-04-18 119 18
A Haunted House 2 2014-04-18 87 9
Draft Day 2014-04-11 110 62
Divergent 2014-03-21 140 40
Oculus 2014-04-11 105 71

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