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Evil Avatar 11-25-2019 11:04 AM

Frozen II Heats up the Box Office

Disney's Frozen II delivered a monster debut, bringing in an estimated $127 million domestically, which serves as the largest animated opening ever outside the summer corridor and a record animated opening for the month of November.

Here is the Weekend Boxoffice Chart for the weekend of November 22nd to November 24th, 2019.
  1. Frozen II $127.0/$127.0
  2. Ford v Ferrari $16.0/$57.9
  3. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood $13.5.$13.5
  4. 21 Bridges $9.3/$9.3
  5. Midway $4.7/$43.1
  6. Playing with Fire $4.6/$31.6
  7. The Good Liar $3.3/$11.7
  8. Charlie's Angels $3.1/$13.9
  9. Last Christmas $3.0/$27.7
  10. Joker $2.8/$326.9
  11. Harriet $2.3/$36.0
  12. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil $2.0/$108.9

brandonjclark 11-25-2019 11:52 AM

Bought the wife and kids tickets so I could stay home and watch the Packers stink it up. They said Frozen 2 was really really good.

MADxMrMike 11-25-2019 03:13 PM


Originally Posted by brandonjclark (Post 2548656)
Bought the wife and kids tickets so I could stay home and watch the Packers stink it up. They said Frozen 2 was really really good.

yeah but my Packers were shit..... cant believe they got smacked around like that.

vallor 11-25-2019 05:35 PM

I am not surprised at Frozen's numbers. I'm surprised enough people went to see Charlie's Angels and waste $3m they could have spent on A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

I feel bad that Midway is doing so poorly since the story is so amazing (only true life could be so bizarre!). I would hazard a guess this is a $300m+ film but the first was a classic and from what I saw in the trailers this version has so much CGI even the actors look plastic.

Juan 11-26-2019 06:02 AM

Saw frozen with my kid, the environments look incredible, in particular the water effects are a clear step beyond anything done before. Amazing work.

Meeks 11-26-2019 08:47 AM

I was going to wait a month or so, but our realtor bought us tickets to Frozen 2, so I took the kid. As Juan said, some of the environment work was pretty stunning. Damn near photorealism at times. The movie itself was fairly engaging too, on par with the first one I'd say. So it was a win.

Oddmaker 11-27-2019 11:30 AM

Is it wrong I enjoyed Frozen II more than my kids? :D :rolleyes:

It was pretty good.

Chief Smash 11-27-2019 12:06 PM

I saw Ford v Ferrari last night with my brothers. All three of us enjoyed it very much which does not happen often.

Inkabodcrane 11-28-2019 04:40 AM

Haven't been the theater in a few weeks now, since Doctor Sleep. My wife and I are not happy.

Ford vs Ferrari looks fine, but it's not a film I'll see with the wife. Still nothing out this weekend for us either. I will never watch Knives Out. Even if it's on tv or sitting in front of me on a streaming service I already pay for. I really don't like the writer/director, and a lot of the reviews made it sound pretentious as fuck. And a couple youtube reviewers I watch also said it was basically fine, but not that impressive.

Anyways when are good movies coming back? The only thing I know of in December is Star Wars, and who knows if that'll even be mediocre, let alone good.

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