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Sunday
Nov202011

'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1' scores $139.5 million opening - Fifth biggest of all time

It looks like Ryan wasn’t the only person seeing The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 this weekend. The Vampire love saga raked in about $139.5 million, according to studio estimates. The debut was slightly less than the $142.7 million debut for The Twilight Saga: New Moon in 2009. 80 percent of attendees were female and 60 percent were older than 21. This is about in line with New Moon, which had an 80 percent female opening, but higher than Eclipse, which opened with a 65 percent mix of the ladies. 

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Sunday
Nov132011

'Immortals' review - A good trailer bites the dust

Have you seen the two-minute trailer for Immortals? It looks like 300, has greek gods and a ton of cool Matrix slow-mo shots, is full of cryptic, grand language, and the villain is Mikey Rourke wearing a horribly silly hat. It’s pretty cool, but after watching the full 110 minute version of Immortals, I must say: I like the trailer better. The trailer shows every cool action scene in the movie and you can rewatch it over and over, every two and a half minutes. The movie, well, it has a bunch of gore, but makes you wait until the very end to see a fraction of the action hinted at in the glorious preview. Prepare to spend almost two hours aimlessly wandering the deserts and trying to understand what Mickey Rourke is babbling on about as he tortures people and commands an army of soldiers that don’t seem to need food or water. 

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