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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Double Toasted Reviews DEATH WISH



DEATH WISH MOVIE REVIEW - Double Toasted Reviews - Bruce Willis is back and this time he is trying to channel his inner Charles Bronson as we began to see in early trailers back in 2017 of this movie, but now after countless sequels ranging from Death Wish 2, 3, 4, 5, or however many they are, this movie is going to act as cinematic coffee with all the action and gunplay you're about to see! However, is that going to be a good thing or a bad thing?

 

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Double Toasted: THE STRANGERS PREY AT NIGHT MOVIE REVIEW




THE STRANGERS PREY AT NIGHT MOVIE REVIEW - Double Toasted Reviews - It's time for some horror movies! Folks have been waiting for this sequel since the 2008 original of The Strangers, and now after showing a clip or 2 without spoiling any deaths for those of you who are still planning on watching the film! So, will it be the same old song and dance where it suffers from horror trope after horror trope? Or will we get a positive reaction from the Double Toasted podcast? Find out in this funny video!

 

Double Toasted : A WRINKLE IN TIME MOVIE REVIEW




A WRINKLE IN TIME MOVIE REVIEW - Double Toasted -The Double Toasted podcast review a new Disney movie called A Wrinkle In Time. Yeah, A wrinkle in time the old novel, Disney is adapting it for a second time. Without getting to much into the plot, this Disney film follows a young girl as she goes on an adventure to different worlds, with funny characters. Some of the main actors in this family film are Chris Pine, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and starring a young girl called Storm Reid . The film is directed by Ava DuVernay. In this movie review for a wrinkle in time the double toasted crew discuss the actors, the visual effects and the confusing story. We also try to make this a funny video, as much as we possible can. Let us know your thoughts on this Disney movie, was it funny? Did you enjoy the adventure film? It it a family film or more for young children? Let us know in the comments below before you get swopped off to another world of drug-induced insanity!

And for more funny videos head on over to Doubletoasted..com for funny movie reviews and movie trailer reactions to official movie trailers and trailer teasers all throughout the week!

'Black Panther' Remains Box Office King, Topping $1 Billion Worldwide


On top of eclipsing $1 billion worldwide, Disney and Marvel's Black Panther has now achieved what no other film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has accomplished as it remained #1 at the weekend box office for its fourth straight weekend in a row since release. The superhero repeat means Disney's A Wrinkle in Time opened in second place followed by Aviron's The Strangers: Prey at Night while both Amazon Studios's Gringo and Entertainment Studios's The Hurricane Heist struggled mightily.
With an estimated $41.1 million, Black Panther topped the weekend box office for the fourth straight week in a row following it release. The last time a film managed that was Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film's domestic cume now stands at a massive $562 million making it the second highest grossing superhero release of all-time and the seventh largest overall domestic release of all-time. In addition to Black Panther's four weekend streak at #1, the film's performance this weekend is the third largest fourth weekend of all-time just behind Force Awakens ($42.3m).
Internationally, Black Panther debuted in its final major market this weekend, China, where it opened with an estimated $66.5 million. Overall, the film's international weekend added an estimated $100 million to its bottom line, pushing the overseas total to $516.6 million for a global tally that now totals $1.078 billion. Black Panther is the fifth film in the MCU to reach this mark and is just shy of cracking the top 20 all-time.
Disney's A Wrinkle in Time landed in second with an estimated $33.3 million over its opening weekend. The result is just below the $35 million the studio was expecting and well below Mojo's aggressive forecast. Reasoning for the film's lackluster debut will most likely focus on Black Panther's continued dominance within the marketplace as well as the mixed reviews the film received heading into the weekend. Time will tell how well Wrinkle will be able to hold on over the coming weekends as the "B" CinemaScore suggests it could go either way. As of now the pre-weekend comparisons to Tomorrowland, which also opened with $33 million in 2015, appear to be holding up. That film went on to gross $93.4 million domestically.
Internationally, A Wrinkle in Time debuted with $6.3 million in approximately 14% of the international marketplace. Leading the way was Russia with $4.1 million followed by Spain with $1 million. The film will debut in France this coming Wednesday followed by a release in the UK on March 23 with openings in Italy, Australia, Brazil and Mexico at the end of the month.
Aviron's The Strangers: Prey at Night debuted in third place with an estimated $10.2 million, on par with expectations. Opening weekend demographics saw the film play to an audience that was 51% female and opening weekend auds scored the film with a "C" CinemaScore.
Fox's Red Sparrow landed in fourth position, dropping a top ten worst 51.6% with an estimated $8.15 million. The film's domestic cume now stands at $31.1 million after ten days in release. The film also added $15.7 million internationally this weekend raising its worldwide cume to $82.9 million. Rounding out the top five is WB's release of New Line's Game Night, dropping just 24% for an estimated $7.9 million three-day. The R-rated comedy's domestic cume is now up to $45 million as it enters its third week in release. Internationally the film added another $5.4 million this weekend bringing its overseas cume to $24.7 million for a global cume just shy of $70 million.
Outside the top five we find The Hurricane Heist, which opened this weekend in 2,402 theaters with a mere $3.1 million. The film played to an audience that was 55% male and of the overall audience 73% were over the age of 25. The film received a "B-" CinemaScore.
The Hurricane Heist wasn't the only new wide release to struggle as STX's release of Amazon Studios's Gringo missed out on a place in the top ten with an estimated $2.6 million from 2,404 locations. The two films delivered per theater averages among the worst all-time for films opening in more than 2,000 theaters with Gringo placing 27th, averaging just $1,094 per theater.
Gringo also debuted in eight international territories this weekend with an estimated $850k.
Elsewhere, Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle added another $2.75 million to its bottom line for a domestic cume that now totals $397.2 million. The film continues to inch closer and closer to the $400 million mark and is now just $6.5 million away from becoming Sony's highest grossing domestic release of all-time.
 
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
11Black PantherBV$40,817,579-38.4%3,942-142$10,355$561,697,180-4
2NA Wrinkle in TimeBV$33,123,609-3,980-$8,323$33,123,609-1
3NStrangers: Prey at NightAviron$10,402,271-2,464-$4,222$10,402,271-1
42Red SparrowFox$8,502,263-49.6%3,064+8$2,775$31,471,006$692
54Game NightWB (NL)$7,863,391-24.5%3,061-441$2,569$45,004,023$373
65Peter RabbitSony$6,775,718-32.3%3,112-495$2,177$93,433,524$505
73Death Wish (2018)MGM$6,581,130-49.4%2,882+35$2,284$23,856,431$302
86AnnihilationPar.$3,302,319-41.1%1,709-403$1,932$26,246,833$403
9NThe Hurricane HeistENTMP$3,024,399-2,402-$1,259$3,024,399$351
107Jumanji: Welcome to the JungleSony$2,742,244-38.2%2,157-156$1,271$397,250,264$9012

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