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(Deadline)   Hotel Transylvania takes the top spot at the box office, meaning we won't be getting rid of the insipid Adam Sandler anytime soon. Looper takes the #2 spot, and the pro-school privatization film Won't Back Down bombs   (deadline.com) divider line 5
    More: Followup, Adam Sandler, human beings, looper, Greg Kinnear, box offices, Fran Drescher, Jason Katims, Joseph Gordon Levitt  
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2012-09-30 01:24:25 PM  
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The film was directed by Genndy Tartakovsky so I am happy it is doing well.
2012-09-30 06:32:03 PM  
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Forty-Two: I enjoyed Looper a lot. Though I picked up on some glaring problems with the premise (such as "Why do the loopers have to kill themselves? Why not have another looper do the deed?")


... Why don't they drop them in a volcano? Why don't they send them through with a 5-second-delay cyanide on a timer thing, or administer drugs right before sending them so they don't actually take effect until after going through (assuming they that it's the murder itself that's the problem in the future, not just disposing of the body--othewise, simply shoot them first, then stick 'em in the time capsule from Seven Days like usual)? Etc., etc.
2012-09-30 03:30:56 PM  
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Gunny Highway: The film was directed by Genndy Tartakovsky so I am happy it is doing well.


Every dollar spent on hotel Transylvania increases the odds of Samurai Jack being finished. Consume animation fans. Consume.
2012-09-30 01:26:03 PM  
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Is anyone shocked that Won't Back Down isn't a hit? I haven't seen any reviews and probably won't see the movie, but it seems like Oscar bait. I expect a number of nominations just based on the subject matter and the cast.
2012-09-30 12:37:03 PM  
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Seriously? Someone made a school privatization movie?
 
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