Old Man Winter: robohobo: SpdrJay: I heard that Ender's Game didn't do well, but that's just crazy...Ender's Game was never going to do well, for a number of reasons. OSC's politics being the least among them.I think you mean the Lgbt community not realizing the were hurting all the people who weren't political who worked on the movie because of their blind hate.
stoli n coke: Sounds like the studio wanted to release it direct to DVD, but was contractually obligated to give it a theatrical run. So, they made one print and sent it to run in one theater for a week with no advertising. No one bought a ticket because no one knew what the hell it was.
yves0010: They may not be a huge percentage but if they, just like many political special interest groups, start a controversy over something. There is a chance that Joe and Jane Public will listen to the controversy and make a choice not to see the movie. Then Joe and Jane will tell their friends who will also choose not to see it and so forth. Starting a chain reaction.
awfulperson: Poor Mickey.Or is that Rickey?
fusillade762: "Attack the U-Stor-it"?Poor Mickey.
Klippoklondike: Lsherm: This makes me want to see it. Immediately.But I bought Birdemic, and that wasn't worth the extra two dollars for Blu-ray.I saw it. It's not too bad. I was entertained, so I say it was worth it.
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