Now we have a complete . Is dollar-to-dollar Compare that to prove how much Americans hate the fascist rebel of Hollywood.
in three days, Minions: The Rise of Gru – fifth title in low mE franchise and a prequel – expected to gross $109.5 million.more than three weeks, light year – fifth title in toy story The franchise—and a prequel—has grossed just $106.7 million.
So, three. In Day, minions would have earned more than light year three . is in weeks,
So what is the difference between the two?Well, minions (Which would make a fortune) would have cost $85 million to produce. light year (who would lose a fortune) cost $200 million.
What’s more, I would argue that, at least for now, toy story suffrage was more prestigious, beloved, and was seen by the public as a cut above despicable Me Voting. there is no question toy story franchise (at least so far) made more money than despicable Me, Both are extremely popular, but toy story Was – and I repeat was – treasured by the public as something special.
We all know what the real difference is, however…
light year There’s a Woktard film, the latest piece of gay propaganda from Disney’s The Groomers, a same-sex kissing film that 1) makes 90 percent of the population uncomfortable, and 2) introduces young children to adult sexuality before young children Get ready start thinking about such things.
minions According to reviews, 87 Minutes is simple escapism, silliness, goofy jokes and fun.Why do we go to the movies, especially children’s movies?
Do we get uncomfortable and destroy our children’s innocence before they are ready?
Or do we go for a few hours of escape and magic to escape the real-life debates, pressures, tensions and arguments?
Top Gun: Maverick, which is outright anti-Awakening, is out six weeks, is still the number two film in the country, and is on its way to grossing $600 million domestically. It is also a brilliant film that celebrates manhood, getting the job done, the importance of a father, devotion to duty and living a life dedicated to something greater than oneself.
elvis Another non-voke hit. Although I haven’t reviewed it, I’ve seen it and I’m not surprised by its success. While the film is rather perfect for shaming the white, Southern Elvis Presley for stealing the music of black people, the story follows Elvis’s rehabilitation from these unfair attacks by pointing out the truth of his relationship with black actors and his love. Leaning towards and respecting black music. However, at the same time, the film makes sure that those black actors get the credit they deserve.
Director Baz Luhrmann also explains how, in his own way, Elvis was an outsider in the South, a very poor boy who faced exclusion and prejudice of his own kind. I was expecting the opposite point of view, a kind of apology. But Luhrmann told the truth and this goodwill allowed me to enjoy the film despite its flaws.
Dear Hollywood: If you make it, we’ll come. We will not if you lecture, shame, virtuously signal, hunt, and target our children for grooming.