Friend Request (2016)
December’s releases kick off on the 1st with Somebody’s Darling, and December 5th is one of the busiest days of the month with six different titles making their digital bow: The Gatehouse, The Doll Master, Apocalypse Road, Flashburn, K-shop, and The White King. Then, just a few days later, IFC Midnight is releasing the psychological thriller Kaleidoscope, and on December 12th, both The Cutlass and Flatliners (2017) come home.
Press Release: Santa Monica, CA (November 14, 2017) – The consequences are deadly when black magic mixes with social media in Friend Request, arriving on Digital December 19 and on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD and On Demand January 9 from Lionsgate. Alycia Debnam-Carey (“Fear the Walking Dead,” Into the Storm) leads the terrifying feature, which also stars William Moseley (The Chronicles of Narnia franchise, “The Royals”), Connor Paolo (“Revenge,” “Gossip Girl”), Brit Morgan (“Supergirl,” “Graceland”) and Liesl Ahlers (The Challenger Disaster).
Laura (Alycia Debnam-Carey) is a popular college student who lives her college life to the fullest and gladly shares it with her 800 Facebook friends.
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According to Box Office Mojo, Kingsman: The Golden Circle took the top spot at the weekend box office with a $39 million estimated opening, moving It to the second slot in the top ten of the weekend box office after raking in an additional $30 million into the sewers of Derry.
Like poor Georgie, moviegoers can't seem to resist the lure of Pennywise, and the strong box office numbers in its third weekend in theaters indicates that many moviegoers are likely heading back to the theater to experience the Stephen King adaptation on the big screen more than once.
The It movie has now brought in $266.3 million in the Us,
Later in the show, the Cinemaholics tackle Season 4 of Bojack Horseman, which Will and Maveryke claim to be the best show on Netflix. Also, Jon finally catches up with Will on Ingrid Goes West, the dark comedy about Instagram starring Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen. And, finally, Will laments having to review Friend Request, the spiritual successor to Unfriended (which appears to be the superior film! Who’d have thought?)
As always, here are the links to what was discussed this week (your Cinemahomework):
Review of Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review of Ingrid Goes West Review of Friend Request
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Despite the improvement over last year — box office up $15 million, or about 14 per cent — the fall-off from last year is still just under five per cent. That’s better than the 6.3 per cent drop at the end of August. But the uphill climb to equal last year’s box office (with slightly higher prices this year meaning an even bigger gap in ticket buyers) still quite steep.
Also tempering upbeat box office
Box Office Mojo reports that Kingsman 2 opened in 4,003 theaters for a solid $9,743 per-screen average. While some had projected it to open in the $50 million range, the Kingsman sequel still managed to out-gross its predecessor, which opened with $36.2 million en route to a $128.2 million domestic debut and $414.3 million worldwide from an $81 million budget. The sequel was produced under a $104 million budget, but with its $61.2 million foreign debut, for a worldwide tally of $100.2 million, it's already very close to breaking even.
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