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11 hours ago, A.R.L said:

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Jennifer Lopez $1,447,303,961 35 $41,351,542

 

How and when? :rip:

 

https://m.the-numbers.com/box-office-star-records/domestic/lifetime-acting/top-grossing-stars/601

 

This is domestic, it's not even internatinal. Also, not the box office I'm talking about, she could score millions more at the box office with whomever she's taking the lead on, but she still won't be taken seriously as an actress, because she's not one and that's my main point I was trying to say in the other post in response to why she doesn't do better roles as if this was something to do with jlo herself. 

 

No Marvel payola :clap3: the way "I'm Glad" hitmaker makes you this angry :dies:

 

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7 hours ago, reymiu said:

I guess your fave actresses are blonde white actresses who appear in seious films like Gwyneth Paltrow, Michelle Williams etc ?

Why do you assume that? Just because I brought up the fact that Jlo isn't a serious actress? :rip:

 

7 hours ago, reymiu said:

 

As if a Latina actress like JLo had those same opportunities !

 

Atrl is too obsessed with race. It has nothing to do with race in this case.

 

7 hours ago, reymiu said:

Hollywood wants her to be a typical Latin bombshell. Either she plays those roles or she doesn't get cast (has no job)... Period ! Name me one Latina actress who is respected in Hollywood and appears in those respected Oscar drama .... I can only think of Penelope Cruz and she only has respected roles in Spanish movies - Penelope Cruz's Hollywood movies are Pirates of the Caribean, Gothika, Nine etc

 

Remember Selma Hayek who was JLo's peer .... And who actually got an Oscar nomination for appearing in respected dramas ? Where is she now? What movies is she doing now?

Penelope isn't latina btw, she's considered a white European. Salma turned down many roles to devote her time to her family. But she IS an example of a serious actress with talent that I'm talking about. 

 

Now, since you asked, there is more than one well respected latina actress in hollywood like Sofía Vergara, Rita Moreno, Mercedes Ruehl, Lupita Nyong'o, Ariana DeBose and I'm sure there are more names out there.

 

That said, racism exists in hollywood as much as any other part of the world, but in jlo's case, that's just not true. :deadbanana:

 

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On 12/11/2022 at 2:48 AM, reymiu said:

I guess your fave actresses are blonde white actresses who appear in seious films like Gwyneth Paltrow, Michelle Williams etc ?

 

As if a Latina actress like JLo had those same opportunities !

 

Hollywood wants her to be a typical Latin bombshell. Either she plays those roles or she doesn't get cast (has no job)... Period ! Name me one Latina actress who is respected in Hollywood and appears in those respected Oscar drama .... I can only think of Penelope Cruz and she only has respected roles in Spanish movies - Penelope Cruz's Hollywood movies are Pirates of the Caribean, Gothika, Nine etc

 

Remember Selma Hayek who was JLo's peer .... And who actually got an Oscar nomination for appearing in respected dramas ? Where is she now? What movies is she doing now?

That member @A.R.L really thought they made several points by posting that link with the box office chart with Top Grossing Stars Domestically, in which “the figures represent the total amount of domestic revenue generated by all the movies a star has appeared in over their lifetime.
 

Looking at J.Lo’s number and putting it away like it’s some ‘horrible’ box office achievement is ridiculous, as they’re actually awesome box office numbers. That list includes everyone and their mother who showed up for only a 3 minute scene in a 3 hour Marvel movie that grossed a ****-ton at the box office, even adding that to their box office totals. And funnily, to @reymiu's point, “serious” actresses like Michelle Williams are still listed below her on that chart.

 

Then, in an earlier post the member @A.R.L inferred people only showed up to J.Lo’s movies anyway because of her co-stars being huge and them drawing the crowds vs. Jennifer herself. Perhaps, instead of pulling up the box office chart above, they instead should’ve pulled up below chart which makes more sense in line of their leading actor/actress argument. 
 

Top 100 Stars in Leading Roles at the Domestic Box Office 

 

This chart contains the top 100 box office stars based on the cumulative domestic box office of all the movies a star has had a leading role in over their lifetime.”

 

187 Drew Barrymore $1,065,438,493 31 $34,368,984
188 Jennifer Lopez $1,063,853,837 27 $39,401,994
189 Jake Gyllenhaal $1,060,102,198 31

$34,196,845

 

https://m.the-numbers.com/box-office-star-records/domestic/lifetime-acting/top-grossing-leading-stars/101

 

She’s positioned beautifully between other leading Hollywood icons like Drew Barrymore and Jake Gyllenhaal with $1.064 Billion and that after having been a leading actress in 4 less films then both Drew or Jake. That’s amazing!!

 

Take the Top 400 actors and actresses from this whole chart, remove all the male actors from it and she’s at #47 which is really good!! Below her are some of Hollywood’s fave Oscar and Golden Globe winning actresses (of which two were her co-lead) Glenn Close, Annette Bening, Diane Keaton, Jamie Lee Curtis, Salma Hayek, Viola Davis, Halle Berry, Michelle Williams, Renee Zellweger, Barbra Streisand, dame Maggie Smith, Jane Fonda, Helen Mirren and I could go on and on… 

 

Rank

Name

Domestic

Box Office

Movies

Average

1

Scarlett Johansson

$5,289,001,669

34

$155,558,873

2

Zoe Saldana

$3,996,073,810

30

$133,202,460

3

Emma Watson

$3,047,882,981

15

$203,192,199

4

Elizabeth Olsen

$2,869,508,711

15

$191,300,581

5

Letitia Wright

$2,855,685,055

12

$237,973,755

6

Karen Gillan

$2,742,983,361

15

$182,865,557

7

Danai Gurira

$2,647,058,826

5

$529,411,765

8

Sandra Bullock

$2,616,948,145

34

$76,969,063

9

Jennifer Lawrence

$2,594,808,492

24

$108,117,021

10

Gwyneth Paltrow

$2,480,583,070

20

$124,029,154

11

Julia Roberts

$2,467,054,386

36

$68,529,289

12

Cameron Diaz

$2,466,609,332

28

$88,093,190

13

Natalie Portman

$2,438,247,847

33

$73,886,298

14

Daisy Ridley

$2,188,664,563

7

$312,666,366

15

Lupita Nyong'o

$2,187,603,433

10

$218,760,343

16

Meryl Streep

$2,051,507,994

50

$41,030,160

17

Pom Klementieff

$1,930,022,716

5

$386,004,543

18

Angela Bassett

$1,770,497,726

15

$118,033,182

19

Reese Witherspoon

$1,754,006,467

36

$48,722,402

20

Carrie Fisher

$1,682,672,124

7

$240,381,732

21

Kristen Stewart

$1,674,088,712

28

$59,788,883

22

Michelle Pfeiffer

$1,631,706,659

35

$46,620,190

23

Nicole Kidman

$1,592,530,568

53

$30,047,747

24

Anne Hathaway

$1,545,671,614

31

$49,860,375

25

Rachel McAdams

$1,536,909,884

22

$69,859,540

26

Brie Larson

$1,521,717,964

11

$138,337,997

27

Keira Knightley

$1,512,813,235

27

$56,030,120

28

Angelina Jolie

$1,475,042,568

23

$64,132,286

29

Cate Blanchett

$1,457,748,449

28

$52,062,445

30

Kristen Bell

$1,364,628,228

20

$68,231,411

31

Jennifer Aniston

$1,356,297,754

31

$43,751,540

32

Amy Adams

$1,347,401,928

20

$67,370,096

33

Charlize Theron

$1,300,099,580

32

$40,628,112

34

Evangeline Lilly

$1,255,633,266

7

$179,376,181

35

Michelle Rodriguez

$1,200,855,510

17

$70,638,559

36

Emma Thompson

$1,178,613,529

19

$62,032,291

37

Kristen Wiig

$1,163,944,253

19

$61,260,224

38

Bryce Dallas Howard

$1,161,989,621

8

$145,248,703

39

Emily Blunt

$1,157,923,481

27

$42,886,055

40

Kate Winslet

$1,147,497,853

29

$39,568,891

41

Gal Gadot

$1,093,992,159

9

$121,554,684

42

Zendaya

$1,090,641,332

9

$121,182,370

43

Emma Stone

$1,085,531,350

16

$67,845,709

44

Beyoncé Knowles

$1,074,336,242

8

$134,292,030

45

Queen Latifah

$1,068,684,356

18

$59,371,353

46

Drew Barrymore

$1,065,438,493

31

$34,368,984

47

Jennifer Lopez

$1,063,853,837

27

$39,401,994

48

Jada Pinkett Smith

$1,039,071,046

10

$103,907,105

49

Bette Midler

$1,009,784,131

26

$38,837,851

50

Demi Moore

$993,932,853

27

$36,812,328

51

Melissa McCarthy

$988,967,475

16

$61,810,467

52

Meg Ryan

$981,956,678

28

$35,069,881

53

Holly Hunter

$980,166,187

9

$108,907,354

54

Florence Kasumba

$953,448,821

2

$476,724,411

55

Rachel Weisz

$946,875,572

26

$36,418,291

56

Catherine Zeta-Jones

$943,350,739

19

$49,650,039

57

Helena Bonham Carter

$924,571,944

29

$31,881,791

58

Jodie Foster

$922,319,212

24

$38,429,967

59

Glenn Close

$915,791,898

25

$36,631,676

60

Margot Robbie

$904,663,297

19

$47,613,858

61

Laurence Fishburne

$901,229,508

23

$39,183,892

62

Susan Sarandon

$899,711,113

51

$17,641,394

63

Annette Bening

$880,785,446

24

$36,699,394

64

Ellen DeGeneres

$879,630,002

3

$293,210,001

65

Idina Menzel

$878,326,587

2

$439,163,294

66

Elizabeth Banks

$876,107,951

21

$41,719,426

67

Tilda Swinton

$875,614,150

24

$36,483,923

68

Sigourney Weaver

$875,129,961

38

$23,029,736

69

Diane Keaton

$873,180,354

37

$23,599,469

70

Kate Beckinsale

$870,575,707

23

$37,851,118

71

Sarah Vowell

$870,022,836

2

$435,011,418

72

Jamie Lee Curtis

$856,662,365

14

$61,190,169

73

Salma Hayek

$856,365,598

27

$31,717,244

74

Amanda Seyfried

$850,549,816

23

$36,980,427

75

Jessica Alba

$850,539,415

18

$47,252,190

76

Hayden Christensen

$849,664,948

13

$65,358,842

77

Viola Davis

$837,815,266

13

$64,447,328

78

Megan Fox

$837,508,810

16

$52,344,301

79

Tessa Thompson

$830,826,185

11

$75,529,653

80

Anna Kendrick

$793,626,703

25

$31,745,068

81

Halle Berry

$786,255,939

19

$41,381,892

82

Regina Hall

$783,736,786

20

$39,186,839

83

Goldie Hawn

$767,977,695

21

$36,570,366

84

Barbra Streisand

$763,506,856

10

$76,350,686

85

Anna Faris

$763,268,144

15

$50,884,543

86

Renée Zellweger

$754,862,831

22

$34,311,947

87

Jordana Brewster

$751,545,691

8

$93,943,211

88

Michelle Williams

$744,040,470

21

$35,430,499

89

Maggie Smith

$737,343,244

19

$38,807,539

90

Kelly Marie Tran

$733,473,229

3

$244,491,076

91

Julie Walters

$721,029,985

11

$65,548,180

92

Monica Barbaro

$718,519,000

2

$359,259,500

93

Mindy Kaling

$701,593,144

4

$175,398,286

94

Julianne Moore

$689,621,776

41

$16,820,043

95

Diane Lane

$683,910,060

26

$26,304,233

96

Jennifer Garner

$681,468,309

16

$42,591,769

97

Hailee Steinfeld

$671,459,154

13

$51,650,704

98

Penélope Cruz

$669,449,550

22

$30,429,525

99

Awkwafina

$668,364,173

13

$51,412,629

100

Rebel Wilson

$666,841,674

13

$51,295,513

101

Marisa Tomei

$656,243,205

15

$43,749,547

102

Keri Russell

$655,480,427

8

$81,935,053

103

Jane Fonda

$648,033,213

23

$28,175,357

104

Chloë Grace Moretz

$646,244,242

26

$24,855,548

105

Selena Gomez

$643,322,376

12

$53,610,198

106

Elizabeth Debicki

$635,741,567

8

$79,467,696

107

Felicity Jones

$635,483,142

14

$45,391,653

108

Gwendoline Christie

$631,010,296

4

$157,752,574

109

Rose Byrne

$624,517,112

16

$39,032,320

110

Helen Mirren

$623,329,819

27

$23,086,290

111

Eva Green

$619,505,938

17

$36,441,526

112

Whoopi Goldberg

$618,153,791

26

$23,775,146

113

Katherine Heigl

$615,369,331

18

$34,187,185

114

Mila Kunis

$614,021,862

15

$40,934,791

115

Octavia Spencer

$609,342,361

16

$38,083,898

116

Julie Andrews

$607,579,874

15

$40,505,325

117

Blythe Danner

$601,892,868

7

$85,984,695

118

Isla Fisher

$596,840,120

16

$37,302,508

119

Amy Poehler

$595,771,433

12

$49,647,619

120

Gemma Chan

$591,700,103

2

$295,850,052

121

Maya Rudolph

$579,970,503

17

$34,115,912

122

Kirsten Dunst

$570,447,087

26

$21,940,273

123

Taraji P. Henson

$570,418,727

14

$40,744,195

124

Tiffany Haddish

$568,870,108

14

$40,633,579

125

Lake Bell

$557,975,845

10

$55,797,585

126

Zoë Kravitz

$556,725,223

11

$50,611,384

127

Rebecca Ferguson

$553,752,113

8

$69,219,014

128

Brittany Snow

$552,082,794

17

$32,475,458

 

Point being made, she is still one of the Top 100 Hollywood Leading Actresses at the Domestic Box Office, whether she has won Golden Globes/Oscars or not and whether you like her or not.

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40 minutes ago, insomniac said:

That list includes everyone and their mother who showed up for only a 3 minute scene in a 3 hour Marvel movie that grossed a ****-ton at the box office, 

 

You're aware of the fact that there are actors with minor supporting roles that have made a bigger impact, right? Therefore, that list I posted is still valid.

 

45 minutes ago, insomniac said:

Then, in an earlier post the member @A.R.L inferred people only showed up to J.Lo’s movies anyway because of her co-stars being huge and them drawing the crowds vs. Jennifer herself. Perhaps, instead of pulling up the box office chart above, they instead should’ve pulled up below chart which makes more sense in line of their leading actor/actress argument. 

 

And it's a fact, those movies jlo did wouldn't have made it without oscar winners like george clooney, jane fonda, matthew mcconaughey, jon voight and golden globe winner richard gere and oscar nominee ralph fiennes ? This is also why all of her high grossing films have all of these people in them or other popular people unlike when she's working with less interesting people.

 

1 hour ago, insomniac said:

Point being made, she is still one of the Top 100 Hollywood Leading Actresses at the Domestic Box Office, whether she has won Golden Globes/Oscars or not and whether you like her or not.

Are you serious? :laugh: Having jlo in movies with bigger/respected actors and big animated movies, whose revenue was also counted on that list, and ranks similar to or even above other actresses with much more impact/success/critical acclaim and RESPECT will not make jlo the respected actress or that she'll ever be taken seriously.

 

Just look at those oustanding names below her and have some shame.

 

I mean.. even beyoncé was above jlo when jlo put half her life into acting:rip:

 

44

Beyoncé Knowles

$1,074,336,242

8

$134,292,030

47

Jennifer Lopez

$1,063,853,837

27

$39,401,994

 

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1 hour ago, A.R.L said:

1. You're aware of the fact that there are actors with minor supporting roles that have made a bigger impact, right? Therefore, that list I posted is still valid.

 

 

2. And it's a fact, those movies jlo did wouldn't have made it without oscar winners like george clooney, jane fonda, matthew mcconaughey, jon voight and golden globe winner richard gere and oscar nominee ralph fiennes ? This is also why all of her high grossing films have all of these people in them or other popular people unlike when she's working with less interesting people.

 

3. Are you serious? :laugh: Having jlo in movies with bigger/respected actors and big animated movies, whose revenue was also counted on that list, and ranks similar to or even above other actresses with much more impact/success/critical acclaim and RESPECT will not make jlo the respected actress or that she'll ever be taken seriously.

 

Just look at those oustanding names below her and have some shame.

 

I mean.. even beyoncé was above jlo when jlo put half her life into acting:rip:

 

44

Beyoncé Knowles

$1,074,336,242

8

$134,292,030

47

Jennifer Lopez

$1,063,853,837

27

$39,401,994

 

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1. A supporting actor in a movie (like many Marvel films with a gazillion people that show up for a few scenes) might’ve made ”bigger impact” on the box office but that doesn’t make that specific supporting actor/actress *is the* box office draw.

 

2. Nonsense! Sure, it’s the chemistry and the combination of the two leads that make a movie good and pull audiences, but you act like J.Lo’s movies were only successful *because of* her co-leads (which kickstarted our discussion). There’s a definite reason J.Lo gets cast in films as the lead because studios or streamers do the math / run the numbers to see what clicks with audiences. She’s very bankable, otherwise she wouldn’t be booked as a lead for more than 2 decades! This is the point I’m trying to make and you keep brushing over.
 

Also, you named legend Jane Fonda as an example of one of those actors on the list who drew audiences in for box office revenues *yet* she is lower on the list (below Jennifer). Make it make sense! In addition, some of these films, including Monster-In-Law, the co-lead booked the gig after J.Lo was already booked (aka studios signed her on because she’s bankable)! Jane Fonda has spoken about Jennifer saying she is the one people tuned in for (“people were gonna see it because of Jennifer Lopez”) and that she’s thankful because it gave her a comeback (video: at 17m55s timestamp):

 

 

3. I’m not talking about these lists making J.Lo the “more respected actress”. You are the one that started pulling out box office numbers to make it a point that Jennifer is not a bankable *leading* actress and that her movies are only a success because of her co-leads. I was just rebutting that’s incorrect by pulling up the correct receipts and a ranking whose methodology is based off female actresses that played the lead in a movie, and excluding the ones where they had just a very tiny role or showed up for 1 or 2 scenes.

 

Beyoncé is above J.Lo on that list because of The Lion King, which alone grossed more than half a Billion in the box office. But that doesn’t mean queen B is a bankable actress. No one is saying audiences flocked to see TLK *just because* Beyoncé played a co-leading role in that. Come on now.

 

In regards to your “have some shame” comments. I definitely won’t! There’s amazing actresses on that list that are above and below Jennifer. :clap3:
 

 

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9 minutes ago, insomniac said:

1. A supporting actor in a movie (like many Marvel films with a gazillion people that show up for a few scenes) might’ve made ”bigger impact” on the box office but that doesn’t make that specific supporting actor/actress *is the* box office draw.

 

2. Nonsense! Sure, it’s the chemistry and the combination of the two leads that make a movie good and pull audiences, but you act like J.Lo’s movies were only successful *because of* her co-leads (which kickstarted our discussion). There’s a definite reason J.Lo gets cast in films as the lead because studios or streamers do the math / run the numbers to see what clicks with audiences. She’s very bankable, otherwise she wouldn’t be booked as a lead for more than 2 decades! This is the point I’m trying to make and you keep brushing over.
 

Also, you named legend Jane Fonda as an example of one of those actors on the list who drew audiences in for box office revenues *yet* she is lower on the list (below Jennifer). Make it make sense! In addition, some of these films, including Monster-In-Law, the co-lead booked the gig after J.Lo was already booked (aka studios signed her on because she’s bankable)! Jane Fonda has spoken about Jennifer saying she is the one people tuned in for (“people were gonna see it because of Jennifer Lopez”) and that she’s thankful because it gave her a comeback (video: at 17m55s timestamp):

 

 

3. I’m not talking about these lists making J.Lo the “more respected actress”. You are the one that started pulling out box office numbers to make it a point that Jennifer is not a bankable *leading* actress and that her movies are only a success because of her co-leads. I was just rebutting that’s incorrect by pulling up the correct receipts and a ranking whose methodology is based off female actresses that played the lead in a movie, and excluding the ones where they had just a very tiny role or showed up for 1 or 2 scenes.

 

Beyoncé is above J.Lo on that list because of The Lion King, which alone grossed more than half a Billion in the box office. But that doesn’t mean queen B is a bankable actress. No one is saying audiences flocked to see TLK *just because* Beyoncé played a co-leading role in that. Come on now.

 

In regards to your “have some shame” comments. I definitely won’t! There’s amazing actresses on that list that are above and below Jennifer. :clap3:
 

 

Gurl don't bother w him... He just seems like he wants to dismiss JLo

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3 hours ago, insomniac said:

Beyoncé is above J.Lo on that list because of The Lion King, which alone grossed more than half a Billion in the box office. But that doesn’t mean queen B is a bankable actress. No one is saying audiences flocked to see TLK *just because* Beyoncé played a co-leading role in that. Come on now.

 

 Which is why you shouldn't take that list seriously,  even me, though I don't like jlo, I admit that list wouldn't be a fair receipt against her from a beyoncé fan. :rip:

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51 minutes ago, A.R.L said:

 Which is why you shouldn't take that list seriously,  even me, though I don't like jlo as an actress, I admit that list wouldn't be a fair receipt against jlo from a beyoncé fan. :rip:

Of course we can take that last list with just the female actresses in a leading role seriously when talking about box office success / bankability of a star. It’s a topic and list you brought up in means to discredit her. The receipts do show actual numbers and with some critical thinking around the type of ensemble cast and type of movie it is (animation, Marvel, Disney or whatever) it’s somewhat easy to deduct which factors contributed to a stars box office success. Not just your easy “ANy CO-LEad oF JLo MadE HeR MovIE AN ACTuaL SuCCeSs, NOt BeCAUse of HeR!” :psyduck:

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3 hours ago, reymiu said:

Gurl don't bother w him... He just seems like he wants to dismiss JLo

Yeah you’re right. I’ll let it go :santa:

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14 minutes ago, insomniac said:

Of course we can take that last list with just the female actresses in a leading role seriously when talking about box office success / bankability of a star. It’s a topic and list you brought up in means to discredit her. The receipts do show actual numbers and with some critical thinking around the type of ensemble cast and type of movie it is (animation, Marvel, Disney or whatever) it’s somewhat easy to deduct which factors contributed to a stars box office success. Not just your easy “ANy CO-LEad oF JLo MadE HeR MovIE AN ACTuaL SuCCeSs, NOt BeCAUse of HeR!” :psyduck:

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I'm not even talking about that, but the fact that jlo isn't doing better roles is because she's not taken seriously, she's not the frida actress, u don't need the box office numbers to admit otherwise..

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I thought it was gonna be released straight to Amazon Prime but there is screening?

 

 

or it's just a premiere thing? 

 

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8 hours ago, Mokichi said:

I thought it was gonna be released straight to Amazon Prime but there is screening?

 

 

or it's just a premiere thing? 

 

Looking in IMBD: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt9686790/releaseinfo?ref_=tt_dt_rdat

 

It shows that it will have a theatrical release in a few European and Asian markets before debuting in the USA on Prime, I guess that those deals were already done and the rights for international distribution were signed before the Prime deal, but anyway I’m not expecting much from those small markets, maybe $10M final, the biggest one is Germany.

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I saw a billboard on the street that says this movie is premiring in cinemas on 26th of December here in Croatia! I might drag my current date to see this with me sometime in January on one of our dates

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Watched this on Thursday and it was so fun!! It was so nice to see Jen in an action-comedy. Her chemistry with Josh was great as well, but the true highlight of the film is Coolidge! 

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So glad that it was shown in theater in my country. 

Just watched it and its such a fun silly 2000s chick flick. Its better than Sandra Bullock 's The lost world & Julia Robert 's Ticket to paradise, fellow 2022 chick flick with leading stars. 

Theres some laugh out loud moments, Jenifer Coolidge and the supporting cast is hilarious, JLo and Josh are charismatic leads. Of course the plot is cheesy and basic, but who cares. Hollywood needs to brings back this chick flick genres to theater not streaming service.

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On 1/2/2023 at 5:33 PM, chiliam said:

So glad that it was shown in theater in my country. 

Just watched it and its such a fun silly 2000s chick flick. Its better than Sandra Bullock 's The lost world & Julia Robert 's Ticket to paradise, fellow 2022 chick flick with leading stars. 

Theres some laugh out loud moments, Jenifer Coolidge and the supporting cast is hilarious, JLo and Josh are charismatic leads. Of course the plot is cheesy and basic, but who cares. Hollywood needs to brings back this chick flick genres to theater not streaming service.

 

On 12/31/2022 at 9:17 AM, CosTaSsSs said:

Watched this on Thursday and it was so fun!! It was so nice to see Jen in an action-comedy. Her chemistry with Josh was great as well, but the true highlight of the film is Coolidge! 


sounds good! Can’t wait to see when it comes out in streaming in my country. So jealous you got a theatrical release!!

 

On 12/24/2022 at 5:40 PM, Bloodflowers. said:

I saw a billboard on the street that says this movie is premiring in cinemas on 26th of December here in Croatia! I might drag my current date to see this with me sometime in January on one of our dates

And, did you drag your date to the movies to see it? What did you think?

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1 hour ago, insomniac said:

 


sounds good! Can’t wait to see when it comes out in streaming in my country. So jealous you got a theatrical release!!

 

And, did you drag your date to the movies to see it? What did you think?

 

Not yet LOL we just went on a date for the first time yesterday!

 

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36 minutes ago, Bloodflowers. said:

 

Not yet LOL we just went on a date for the first time yesterday!

 

Cute!! Well good luck sis and you know what to do for your second date now :gaylocat1: :rofl:

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