Dave Galanter
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Miniherofanatic

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matt-man

Subj: Re: All that's true, but . . .
Posted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 at 08:53:19 pm EDT (Viewed 194 times)
Reply Subj: Re: All that's true, but . . .
Posted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 at 08:27:51 am EDT (Viewed 199 times)


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> > > > > > and will pass Spider-Man tomorrow as the all-time grossing super-hero flick.
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> > > > > > It's currently the 8th all time box office movie in america and only needs to make another $42 million to become 3rd, 62 million for 2nd.
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> > > > > > Doesn't look like it'll catch Titanic though($200 million away).
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> > > > > > - still, it's great that this great movie is getting love from all
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> > > > > at this point in its release, titanic didn't even have anywhere near $200 million..the thing with that movie was it was in the theaters practically FOREVER and people kept it going strong all that time..
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> > > > > batman's more than doubled what titanic made at the same point in its release..with that head start, if it can stay in theaters and keep its legs strong, I think it may just do it...at least domestically....I think titanic made nearly two BILLION worldwide..
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> > > > All that's true, but Titantic had something I don't think The Dark Knight will be able to match. And that's a repeat audience. Titantic had people returning to the theature to see the movie eight or nine times in some cases. As great as The Dark Knight was, I doubt it will match the umm.. titantic number of tickets sold.
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> > > time will tell...My point is, don't rule out what the Dark Knight could possibly pull off here...for a really dark, edgy and nearly R rated movie to be pulling off these numbers in such a short time is nothing short of impressive...
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> > > it's kind of funny..when Iron Man was tearing it up at the box office, I didn't see nearly as many comments about number of tickets sold or inflation adjustments, etc, etc..just that it was doing well (deservedly so because it was a great movie) and people were happy about it...and for whatever reason, alot of people are comming out of the woodwork about those things in terms of The Dark Knight..
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> > > In any event, TDK has shut alot of the naysayers up..'oh it's all hype..Batman Begins didn't do great so neither will Dark Knight, blah blah'..lol...even if it doesn't beat Titanic, it's still impressive
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> > I completely agree there. I'm just not expecting it to um.. sink Titantic. If I'm wrong, and it does, then congratulations to everyone involed.
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> > I don't mean to be a naysayer about the movie. It's already the highest grossing comic book movie in history, (at least dometically).
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> > And as to your point about Iron Man, I'll be the first to agree that some of the Iron Man fans take the character and everything about way too seriously. (I almost want to say to them "why so serious?" but no point in getting peoples dander up.)
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> I'm not sure if it'll reach titanic numbers either..but it's definetly got the best shot....would be nice to unseat what more or less was a fluff peice surrounding a pretty darn good 45 minute capper there at the end \=\)
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If ANYBODY is going to do it, this one (Dark Knight) will ..


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