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Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 16 Jul 2007 09:03 #15665

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How big will either of these be? I can get either but I'm not sure. Is Simpson just for their fans? Will an R rated Chuck from Sandler top Knocked Up? Should I say or should I go now?

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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 16 Jul 2007 09:23 #15666

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A Simpson's Movie is 10 years overdue. Trailer doesn't seem to be getting enthusiastic reactions from my crowd.

Chuck and Larry has been re-rated PG13. Sandler has had a OK record of late. I'd go with him. Also, they seem to be selling this movie using Jessica Biel in her underwear....not that there is anything wrong with that approach.
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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 16 Jul 2007 09:33 #15667

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Maybe simpsons. Here we have been getting a lot of response. Chuck and Larry looks good but I don't think my core customers would come to it. Our problem is should/can we drop the Rat for Hairspray.

We are playing the same things you are now mike and I think our grosses were too high for Disney to let us ( or we want to ) drop the rat.
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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 29 Jul 2007 12:55 #15668

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Oh boy was I ever wrong! Simpson's did HUGE biz compared to Chuck and Larry. How has it panned out for all of you?
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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 29 Jul 2007 17:14 #15669

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We went with Simpson's, and almost every show has been sold out. It's also drawing a wide age group for us from 8 to 80.

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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 29 Jul 2007 19:30 #15670

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Simpsons is doing it for us!
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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 30 Jul 2007 03:10 #15671

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"Simpsons" selling out all day and so was "Hairspray" and "Reservartions". I guess the bad weather helped alot!
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Re: Chuck and Larry-Simpson's, etc. what say ye? 30 Jul 2007 15:49 #15672

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and I saw Chuck at another theatre: thought it was a stinker anyway. ...

Aside from that: it's doing very steady work. Basicall a 3X version of the TV show but the best thing about it? It does not suck. Quite enjoyable.

On to Bourne!

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