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Box Office Weekend: Box Office Goes (for) Home

29 March 2015 10:14 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Critics considered it decidedly average at best, but that did not stop DreamWorks’ latest effort Home from being the big box office winner of the weekend with an estimated $54 million. It, however, has a long way to go to make back its $135 million costs (and that includes foreign box office), while the similarly excoriated Get Hard, with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, got an estimated $34.6 million, but has much less ground to make up against a $40 million budget. Both may have won out this weekend to the previous top earners, but The Divergent Series: Insurgent and its estimated $22.1 million and Cinderella and its estimated $17.5 million are still two of the three biggest overall draws at the box office, with Cinderella both the current highest top earner and a winner with critics.

It Follows opened to wide release this weekend, the extremely critic-friendly horror film opened to an estimated $4 million, which does not sound like much, »

- Seth Paul

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Weekend Box Office: 'Home' Wins with $54 Million

29 March 2015 4:41 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Weekend Box Office:

1$54 millionHome86%MovieWeb:   1 reviews47%Rotten Tomatoes:   35 reviews2$34.6 millionGet Hard67%MovieWeb:   1 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes:   23 reviews3$22 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent58%MovieWeb:   4 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes:   35 reviews4$17.5 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews85%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews5$4 millionIt FollowsMovieWeb:   0 reviews95%Rotten Tomatoes:   23 reviews6$3 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews7$2.2 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews60%Rotten Tomatoes:   24 reviews8$2.2 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   34 reviews9$2.1 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb:   0 reviews19%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews10$2 millionThe Gunman100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews12%Rotten Tomatoes:   18 reviews »

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DreamWorks Animation’s Home Brings In $54 Million At Weekend Box Office

29 March 2015 2:32 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Home was number at the box office this weekend with an estimated $54 million. The PG animated family movie stars Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin and Jennifer Lopez.

Rentrak’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “There’s no place like ‘Home’ when it comes to this weekend’s box office as the DreamWorks Animation release distributed by Fox added $78 million globally, topping the international chart & leading the charge in its first weekend in North America for a combined worldwide total to date of $102 million. Another PG-rated movie marked a milestone as Disney’s hit live-action fairytale ‘Cinderella’ crossed the $300 million threshold this weekend with an impressive total to date of $336.2 million.”

20th Century Fox’s Kingsman: Secret Service also crossed the $300 million mark with $328.4 million.

Warner Bros. Pictures comedy Get Hard, starring Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell, brought in an estimated $34.6 million and took the number two spot at the box office. »

- Movie Geeks

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Weekend Box Office: 'Home' Soars Past 'Get Hard' To the Top Spot

29 March 2015 5:35 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Jake Coyle, AP Film Writer

New York (AP) - Business was brisk at the weekend box-office, where the DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" with a resounding debut of $54 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.

While the two films had been expected to vie for the top spot at North American theaters, "Home" came in well above expectations, handing DreamWorks Animation a much-needed hit. Though a distant second, "Get Hard" also opened strongly with an estimated $34.6 million, rewarding the Warner Bros. pairing of two of the most bankable stars in comedy.

Last week's top film, the young-adult sequel "The Divergent Series: Insurgent," slid to third with $22.1 million.

With a $100 million-plus debut expected next weekend for "Furious 7" - a franchise built on street-racing adrenaline and a diverse cast - Hollywood scored with two films that sought a variety of audiences. »

- The Associated Press

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Box Office Predictions: Can 'Get Hard' Beat 'Home'?

27 March 2015 9:07 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Predicted Weekend Box Office:

1$30.2 millionGet Hard67%MovieWeb:   1 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes:   20 reviews2$29.3 millionHome86%MovieWeb:   1 reviews47%Rotten Tomatoes:   35 reviews3$22.8 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent58%MovieWeb:   4 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes:   35 reviews4$20.5 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews85%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews5$4.1 millionIt FollowsMovieWeb:   0 reviews95%Rotten Tomatoes:   23 reviews6$3.4 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews7$2.9 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews60%Rotten Tomatoes:   24 reviews8$2.6 millionThe Gunman100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews12%Rotten Tomatoes:   18 reviews9$2.2 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   34 reviews10$2 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb:   0 reviews13%Rotten Tomatoes:   12 reviews »

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Box Office Weekend: Insurgent Surges, Gunman Lacks Caliber

23 March 2015 6:40 AM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

With Young Adult fiction making good bank at the box office, it should be no surprise that the dystopian Divergent movies are moving along well with a first-place finish for The Divergent Series: Insurgent and an estimated $54 million to start the weekend right, even if critics are lambasting it. It is not getting as much flak as The Gunman; debuting in fourth with an estimated $5 million, the Sean Penn led action film may be brought to the theaters by the makers of Taken, but it is doing nowhere near the business of the Liam Neeson franchise, and its lack of reported budget is very telling.

Cinderella may not be first this time around, but a second-place estimate of $34.5 million is not looking shabby for the Kenneth Branagh-directed fairy tale, doing good box office here and abroad. Run All Night, on the other hand, with a second weekend estimate of $5.1 million, »

- Seth Paul

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Weekend Box Office: 'Divergent: Insurgent' Takes $54M

22 March 2015 1:39 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Weekend Box Office:

1$54 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent60%MovieWeb:   2 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews2$34.4 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews84%Rotten Tomatoes:   8 reviews3$5.1 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews4$5 millionThe Gunman100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews13%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews5$4.6 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews6$4 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb:   0 reviews10%Rotten Tomatoes:   7 reviews7$3.4 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   34 reviews8$3.3 millionFocus82%MovieWeb:   4 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews9$2.6 millionChappie67%MovieWeb:   3 reviews30%Rotten Tomatoes:   10 reviews10$2.3 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews »

- MovieWeb

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Box Office Predictions: 'Insurgent' Takes on 'Cinderella'

20 March 2015 9:57 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Predicted Weekend Box Office:

1$61.4 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent60%MovieWeb:   2 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews2$36.5 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   2 reviews83%Rotten Tomatoes:   5 reviews3$8.6 millionThe Gunman100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews13%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews4$6.5 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb:   0 reviews10%Rotten Tomatoes:   7 reviews5$6.1 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews6$4.2 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews7$4 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   33 reviews8$3.3 millionFocus82%MovieWeb:   4 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews9$2.9 millionChappie67%MovieWeb:   3 reviews30%Rotten Tomatoes:   10 reviews10$2.7 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews »

- MovieWeb

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Cinderella's sweeping entry to box-office ball marks next stage for Disney Princess brand

18 March 2015 6:15 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

In this week’s instalment of our series tracking the global box office …

Cinderella follows in Frozen and Maleficent’s footsteps

• American seniors market promises rejuvenating effect for Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Run All Night hints at termination of Liam Neeson’s action-man persona

Frozen’s stupendous $1.27bn worldwide take was bound to prompt an escalation for the Disney Princess brand – the one female-focused component of its bulging franchise slate – and Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella adaptation is the next instalment. Close in style and tone to the 1950 animation (whose $85m Us gross would be worth $824.2m today), it’s opened almost neck-and-neck ($67.9m) with Frozen ($67.4m) and Maleficent ($69.4m), though behind Alice in Wonderland ($116.1m). Perfectly sound, considering it lacks the star casting of the latter two – and surely a promise of a firm $200m+ Us base for the film’s international run.

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- Phil Hoad

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Box Office Weekend: Cinderella Has $70 Million Opening Ball

16 March 2015 10:26 AM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Sometimes, there is simply no winning against Disney and Buena Vista. The new, live action Cinderella proved a big boost to a flagging weekend box office, pulling in an estimated $70.1 million – a strong start against a $92 million budget. Nothing else even came close, with the Ed Harris/Liam Neeson thriller Run All Night opening with a rather weak $11 million estimate in comparison, and an unreported budget is not helping matters. Beyond that, things dropped below the $10 million threshold; even Kingsman: The Secret Service bumping up a place to third from last week only garnered an estimated $6.2 million. But in the end, counting worldwide gross, it is proving a decent success at the box office.

In fourth and fifth place, respectively, Focus and Chappie both pulled in about $5.8 million, and cost roughly the same to make, but by far Focus is more successful, especially when taking worldwide gross into account ($101.7 million to $56.7 million). However, »

- Seth Paul

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Weekend Box Office: 'Cinderella' Wins with $70 Million

15 March 2015 1:42 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Weekend Box Office:

1$70 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews83%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews2$11 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews3$6.2 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews4$5.805 millionFocus80%MovieWeb:   4 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews5$5.8 millionChappie67%MovieWeb:   3 reviews30%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews6$5.7 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   29 reviews7$4.1 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews8$3.6 millionMcFarland, USA100%MovieWeb:   2 reviews78%Rotten Tomatoes:   39 reviews9$2.93 millionAmerican Sniper100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews73%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews10$2.9 millionThe DUFF100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews »

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Box Office: 'Cinderella' has a magical $70 million weekend

15 March 2015 10:16 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It didn't reach the heights of "Oz: The Great and Powerful" or "Alice in Wonderland," but you can bet the executives at Walt Disney Studios are overjoyed at the opening of their live action version of "Cinderella" this weekend. Kenneth Branagh's adaptation of the classic fairy tale opened to a magical $70 million to easily take the no. 1 spot at the weekend box office.  "Cinderella" reportedly played to a massive 77% female audience and earned an A Cinemascore grade.  The family flick will have some competition next weekend as "Insurgent" is poised to steal some of its teenage girl and twentysomething female audience, but "Cinderella" is already a hit that will contribute to all aspects of the Disney empire. Debuting far behind in second place was Jaume Collet-Serra's "Run All Night."  The Liam Neeson thriller earned a positive A- Cinemascore grade and mixed to positive reviews, but earned just $11 million over the three-day. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Box Office Predictions: 'Cinderella' Vs 'Run All Night'

13 March 2015 9:42 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Predicted Weekend Box Office:

1$65.8 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews84%Rotten Tomatoes:   28 reviews2$16.4 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb:   0 reviewsRotten Tomatoes:   0 reviews3$6.9 millionChappie67%MovieWeb:   3 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes:   8 reviews4$6.1 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   27 reviews5$6 millionFocus80%MovieWeb:   4 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews6$5.3 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews7$3.7 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews8$3.5 millionMcFarland, USA100%MovieWeb:   2 reviews78%Rotten Tomatoes:   39 reviews9$3 millionThe DUFF100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews10$2.8 millionAmerican Sniper100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews73%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews »

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How Judi Dench and Maggie Smith got their moment in 'Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

12 March 2015 4:05 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" was a surprise hit three years ago and earned a legion of fans around the world. The ensemble drama about a group of British senior citizens taking up residence in an Indian hotel was missing one key moment, however.  Oscar winners Judi Dench and Maggie Smith barely had a scene together.  Ol Parker, who wrote both "Exotic" and the sequel "Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," takes complete responsibility. "I [expletive] up the first time," Parker says speaking to HitFix earlier this month.  "I mean they don’t talk.  They literally don’t talk for the first movie." That's not entirely true. Evelyn (Dench) and Muriel (Smith) do have a brief exchange towards the end of the film, but it sadly alludes to their lack of screen time.  Muriel notes, "We haven't talked much, you and I" and Evelyn replies, "My looks evidently." Parker recalls, "You’ve got these two titans, »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Box Office Weekend: Chappie Tops Unfriendly Box Office

9 March 2015 3:29 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Director Neill Blomkamp took the weekend box office with his latest science fiction epic Chappie, though it is not as impressive a debut as it might seem. With the box office even down from last week, Chappie and its estimated $13.3 million is a weak start for a $49 million budgeted film…and it has not seen much better in overseas earnings. Focus, on the other hand, is seeing some pick up thanks to overseas performance, but an estimated $10 million is still keeping it from little more than tepid against its $50.1 million budget. No word on the success of third-place finisher, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, as its budget is not reported, but with an estimated $8.6 million it is likely doing a decent start on its own merits, as the original film only cost about $10 million to make.

Kingsman: The Secret Service picked up an estimated $8.3 million. With a worldwide take of $248.3 million, »

- Seth Paul

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Weekend Box Office: 'Chappie' Takes $13.3 Million

8 March 2015 2:07 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Weekend Box Office:

1$13.3 millionChappie100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews29%Rotten Tomatoes:   27 reviews2$10.2 millionFocus80%MovieWeb:   4 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews3$8.6 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews64%Rotten Tomatoes:   22 reviews4$8.3 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews5$7 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews6$5.6 millionFifty Shades of Grey54%MovieWeb:   4 reviews25%Rotten Tomatoes:   4 reviews7$5.3 millionMcFarland USA100%MovieWeb:   2 reviews78%Rotten Tomatoes:   39 reviews8$5.1 millionThe Lazarus Effect80%MovieWeb:   1 reviews14%Rotten Tomatoes:   10 reviews9$4.8 millionThe DUFF100%MovieWeb:   1 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews10$4.8 millionUnfinished Business0%MovieWeb:   1 reviews12%Rotten Tomatoes:   22 reviews »

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Box Office: 'Chappie' survives to claim no. 1 with just $13.3 million

8 March 2015 12:40 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

2015 has been a banner year so far for Hollywood's movie studios and theater owners.  This past weekend, however, is one they would like to forget.   Sony Pictures and Mrc's "Chappie" came in at no. 1 with an estimated $13.3 million.  That was significantly below pre-release polling which forecast as $20 million plus debut. It was also director Neill Blomkamp's worst performing debut so far and star Hugh Jackman's smallest opening since 2008's "Australia."  "Chappie" earned mostly negative reviews with just a 40 rating on Metacritic and a 30% "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes as well as a below average B grade on Cinemascore.  That does not bode well for the long term playability of the $49 million budgeted Sci-Fi thriller. Last weekend's champ, Will Smith and Margot Robbie's "Focus," dropped to second place with  another $10 million and $34.5 million in just 10 days.  The Warner Bros. release looks like it will end up somewhere around $50 million domestic. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Box Office Predictions: Can 'Chappie' Win the Weekend?

6 March 2015 8:45 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Predicted Weekend Box Office:

1$24.2 millionChappie100%MovieWeb:   0 reviews29%Rotten Tomatoes:   25 reviews2$12.4 millionUnfinished Business0%MovieWeb:   0 reviews12%Rotten Tomatoes:   22 reviews3$9.7 millionFocus75%MovieWeb:   2 reviews56%Rotten Tomatoes:   30 reviews4$8.1 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb:   0 reviews64%Rotten Tomatoes:   21 reviews5$7.6 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb:   4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes:   19 reviews6$7.3 millionThe Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water86%MovieWeb:   2 reviews75%Rotten Tomatoes:   13 reviews7$5.5 millionMcFarland USA100%MovieWeb:   2 reviews78%Rotten Tomatoes:   39 reviews8$5.1 millionFifty Shades of Grey54%MovieWeb:   4 reviews25%Rotten Tomatoes:   4 reviews9$5 millionAmerican Sniper100%MovieWeb:   3 reviews73%Rotten Tomatoes:   9 reviews10$4.6 millionThe Lazarus Effect80%MovieWeb:   1 reviews14%Rotten Tomatoes:   10 reviews »

- MovieWeb

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Movie Reviews: Chappie and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

6 March 2015 7:53 AM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Two big films for you this weekend! First, we have .Chappie. from .District 9. writer/director Neill Blomkamp. This one.s about artificial intelligence and it stars Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel, and Sigourney Weaver. Sharlto Copley voices Chappie and even Anderson Cooper stars as.himself! Is this better than the last Blomkamp movie, the half-baked .Elysium?. And is this worthy of praise ala .District 9?.

And then, we have .The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.. The whole gang, including director John Madden, return for the sequel. But, do we really need another .Best Exotic Marigold Hotel?. This one stars Patel as well where he plays Sonny and this time, he wants to open another Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Is this as good as the first one?

See my thoughts on the new .Chappie. and .The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel..

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- Manny

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What nickname did Maggie Smith give Dev Patel while filming 'Second Best Exotic'?

6 March 2015 1:14 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If you're heading to the multiplex this weekend there's a good chance that you'll be catching a movie starring Dev Patel.  It's a rare occurrence for any actor, but the "Slumdog Millionaire" breakout has the fortune of having two different films open in the U.S. today.   In Neill Blomkamp's "Chappie," Patel plays a robotics designer and computer programmer who brings the title character to life in a dangerous and unstable environment.  His other new release is Fox Searchlight's "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," where he reprises his role as Sonny, a young entrepreneur who runs what is effectively a retirement home for British Expats in Jaipur, India.  The surviving members of this geriatric crew, including Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie, are all back for more life affirming adventures as Richard Gere checks in to stir things up.  Don't worry, the venerable Maggie Smith »

- Gregory Ellwood

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