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December 16, 2012

What reviews? “The Hobbit” scores record December opening

  • $84.8M the box-office take for the Peter Jackson-helmed “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” which drew a number of negative reviews — a step down from the “Lord of The Rings” series, which was almost universally praised — after Peter Jackson took a big risk by using a higher frame rate for the film. Just 461 of the 4,045  locations showed the film using the higher frame rate, which was one of the key frustrations of critics. source
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May 13, 2012
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December 19, 2011
In which, in a column for Mediaite, Philip Bump discovers that the real reason the box-office is down is because the movies suck way more this year than they did last year, with the exception of one: “The Help.” However, Bump noticed an interesting trend: “2011′s top movies were worse and movies on the whole took in less money. But the worse the top movie, the more theaters earned. In other words, we have no one to blame but ourselves,” he wrote. “Oh, and movie studios. We can also blame them.”

In which, in a column for Mediaite, Philip Bump discovers that the real reason the box-office is down is because the movies suck way more this year than they did last year, with the exception of one: “The Help.” However, Bump noticed an interesting trend: “2011′s top movies were worse and movies on the whole took in less money. But the worse the top movie, the more theaters earned. In other words, we have no one to blame but ourselves,” he wrote. “Oh, and movie studios. We can also blame them.”

11:29 // 2 years ago
July 3, 2011
14:22 // 2 years ago