timujin: The 19th highest grossing film is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at $934M. #50 is The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 at $705M, Passion of the Christ is barely half that.
browntimmy: So just for reference, are you one of those people that thinks American Pie is one of the top 10 comedies of all time?
Englebert Slaptyback: vudukungfuMe, The less the butcher is involved, the better.Whack his dick and horns of and bring me the rest.I didn't know butchers had horns.
Fark Me To Tears: browntimmy: I also will immediately skip any horror movie with a PG-13 unless word-of-mouth says it's amazing. Not because I want to see gore in all of them, but because that rating sends the message: "We made this movie to appeal to the average dumbass 13 year old." They need to stop doing that shiat.So I take it that you were a dumbass when you were 13? Or is that what everyone else was saying about you?
timujin: rocky_howard: timujin: And, sorry, but what do you mean by "in a series"? Do you mean franchises?Of course. Otherwise comparing a movie to another movie is a pointless exercise since there's more to a movie than a rating.Fine. Of the top 25 movie franchises, only two, Matrix (#20) and Terminator (#25), had R ratings.taxandspend: I posted both numbers in separate posts, clearly stating which one was US gross and which one was Worldwide. Don't blame me because your reading comprehension is that of a toddler's.No, you didn't. Liar. Here's what you posted:amusing, you're responding to an ad hominem calling me out for my poor reading skills by demonstrating poor reading skills.timujin:The 19th highest grossing film is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at $934M. #50 is The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 at $705M, Passion of the Christ is barely half that.You were clearly thinking Passion only made half of what Twilight did.Yes, I was, I admitted that above.Also, when you posted the Hangover numbers you also didn't specify they were domestic, so it was more tampering.I didn't post Hangover numbersG and PG movies are the highest grossing ones.More than half of those are PG-13, so FAIL. I think only the animated ones are PG/G because even the Potter ones are PG-13.throughout this I have stated that G through PG-13 movies make more than R.
PillsHere: Does anyone know why Titanic wasn't rated R? I'm not saying it should have been, but it doesn't make sense because we see Kate Winslet fully nude if I remember correctly. Isn't that one of the criteria for automatically being an R rated movie? I wonder if they just lobbied to get it PG13 since they spent so much money on it or something.
timujin: And, sorry, but what do you mean by "in a series"? Do you mean franchises?
taxandspend: I posted both numbers in separate posts, clearly stating which one was US gross and which one was Worldwide. Don't blame me because your reading comprehension is that of a toddler's.
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