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Box Office As Told By Animal Emojis

21 February 2016 5:40 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

01. $55 million (cumulative $235.3)

02. $12.5 million (cumulative $117.1)


03. $11.8 million (new!)

04. $8.6 million (new)

05. $8.2 million (cumulative $31.7)

06. $7.2 million (new)

07. $5.5 million (cum. $23.7)

08. $3.8 million (cumulative $921.6)

09. $3.8 million (cumulative $165.1)

10. $2.6 million (cumulative $26.1)

What did you see this weekend? I went to The Witch again and it was just as good as I remembered from Tiff.

But let's go from the great to the terrible. When was the last time you chanced upon something truly awful? I ask this because last night, bone tired, and flipping channels I came across The Crow: City of Angels (1996) in its opening scene. I had never seen it and for a minute I mistook it for The Crow: Salvation (2000) which I have also never seen and thought to myself  'Self, hey, watch a few minutes since Kiki Dunst is in this' About 20 minutes later, I turned it off, jaw long since acclimated to floor. Every single scene was worst than the last. It was truly incompetent and »


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Berlinale ’16: Alone In Berlin review

15 February 2016 9:15 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Alone In Berlin review: Some superb acting from its main players, but the film is let down by its overall tone its under-cooked ending.

Alone In Berlin review by Paul Heath, Berlin Film festival, 2016. Alone In Berlin is the latest directorial effort from Vincent Perez, the actor-turned-director who most people will know as the man that replaced Brandon Lee in Tim Pope’s follow-up to The Crow, The Crow: City Of Angels. The Spanish-German filmmaker has come a long way since then with this, his sixth directorial effort.

Alone In Berlin tells the true story from 1940 Berlin where Anna and Otto Quangel (Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson) have just learned that their only son has been killed on the front line during World War II. The two previously supported Hitler’s politics, but now, after the regime has taken control following victory against the French, they realise that his promises are nothing but lies. »

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