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Old 09-13-2019, 08:36 PM   #1
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I expect this to get cancelled. Itís only gonna make $2.5m this weekend.
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This book absolutely knocked my socks off.
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I expect this to get cancelled. Itís only gonna make $2.5m this weekend.
WB doesn't cancel Blu-rays, 4K possibly, but not Blu-rays.
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WB doesn't cancel Blu-rays, 4K possibly, but not Blu-rays.
Sun is also a star and We are Your Friends got cancelled.
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Sun is also a star and We are Your Friends got cancelled.
And possibly Blinded by the Light
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They do cancel BDs but I think the cast (and prestige aspirations, even if it doesn’t look like they’ll pan out) means it’s safe. Also would be a crime to get Deakins photography in SD.
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And possibly Blinded by the Light
What? That's a shame.
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There's no way WB would ever cancel a prestige picture like The Goldfinch. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close received slightly better reviews and still managed a Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor nomination on Oscar morning. Not saying history will repeat as the reviews for this have been brutal, but just for perspective's sake.

This is one of my very favorite modern reads, but even as such, the ending is incredibly weak, and I have enormous issues with just about the entire cast of characters. All of this, of course, is saved by that marvelous middle section in Vegas and what may be Donna Tartt's true diamond in the rough: Boris.

I'll buy it when it goes on sale.
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Just saw this today at 3.00 and I found myself the only one in the Theatre.What a shame.I totally enjoyed the film.Performances are exceptional.Roger Deakins cinematography was amazing as allways.I know the film will never make back its money but its a sad time when w.b. has the balls to produce such a fine movie and no one came out to see it.The days of experimental filmmaking are slowly going the way of nothing but the eye candy films.Iam not saying its a masterpiece but trash it is not.Maybe I just have superhero burnout.Bring me more storys like this.Just my opinion.Thanks.

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