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  • pedrohf2001
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    I’m starting to feel tired of this season already.

    Very few great movies with real potential once again.

    But just like with blockbusters and box office overral, I hope 2023 is a much better year.

    The amount of movies scheduled for 2023 and box office potential is…mind boggling. Such a good schedule. Mind you, I’m a box office fanatic.

    Taking Endgame out, it has 2019 potential.

    And hopefully, the same is for awards movies.

    It seems that the covid production delays are catching up. And 2023 we’re getting a normal schedule.

    A bunch of 2022 movies still got moved to 2023.


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    Rachel615
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    I don’t usually pay all that much attention to Rotten Tomatoes verified audience scores but in light of the numerous brutal articles about how She Said is such a bomb, many of which allege that audiences hate the movie, I thought the following comparison of RT AUDIENCE scores of released non-blockbuster movie ratings was interesting:

    She Said 90

    Everything Everywhere All at Once 89
    The Fabelmans 83
    Aftersun 79
    The Menu 78
    The Banshees of Inisherin 75
    Tar 71
    Bones and All 63

    Neither Women Talking nor The Whale have been released yet so they don’t have RT audience scores, but my guess is that when they do, She Said’s will be higher.

    I’m now skeptical that She Said will be able to overcome the barrage of negative publicity it has already received and secure a BP nomination, but it’s a shame that the film’s awards chances will be so strongly impacted by a foolish release strategy. The film should never have opened wide on 2000 screens. Both Spotlight and All the President’s Men had initially opened on a very limited number of screens, and subsequently gradually expanded the number of theaters they were in after word of mouth grew.

    She Said isn’t a film for everyone, but it’s a MUCH better film, and is much more popular with the audiences who have actually seen it, than one would think after reading this week’s trade publications.

    If She Said had been distributed on a streamer such as Apple or Netflix, I think it would have had a MUCH stronger shot at a BP nomination.


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    I don’t usually pay all that much attention to Rotten Tomatoes verified audience scores but in light of the numerous brutal articles about how She Said is such a bomb, many of which allege that audiences hate the movie, I thought the following comparison of RT AUDIENCE scores of released non-blockbuster movie ratings was interesting: She Said 89 Everything Everywhere All at Once 89 The Fabelmans 83 Aftersun 79 The Menu 78 The Banshees of Inisherin 75 Tar 71 Bones and All 63 Neither Women Talking nor The Whale have been released yet so they don’t have RT audience scores, but my guess is that when they do, She Said’s will be higher. I’m now skeptical that She Said will be able to overcome the barrage of negative publicity it has already received and secure a BP nomination, but it’s a shame that the film’s awards chances will be so strongly impacted by a foolish release strategy. The film should never have opened wide on 2000 screens. Both Spotlight and All the President’s Men had initially opened on a very limited number of screens, and subsequently gradually expanded the number of theaters they were in after word of mouth grew. She Said isn’t a film for everyone, but it’s a MUCH better film, and is much more popular with the audiences who have actually seen it, than one would think after reading this week’s trade publications. If She Said had been distributed on a streamer such as Apple or Netflix, I think it would have had a MUCH stronger shot at a BP nomination.

    Your post has brought to my attention that Everything Everywhere All At Once has a higher audience score than The Fablemans.

    Michelle (Yeoh, Williams) Oscar campaign manager.

    FYC:
    Best Picture: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Decision to Leave
    Best Director: Park Chan-Wook Todd Field
    Best Original Screenplay: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once
    Best Actor: Colin Farrell
    Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, Cate Blanchett, Tang Wei
    Best Supporting Actor: Brendan Gleeson, Ke Huy Quan
    Best Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon, Nina Hoss


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    Your post has brought to my attention that Everything Everywhere All At Once has a higher audience score than The Fablemans.

    Yeah. I also thought that was interesting.

    @Crabbie- Have you seen She Said? If so, what did you think of it?


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    Yeah. I also thought that was interesting. @Crabbie- Have you seen She Said? If so, what did you think of it?

    I haven’t seen She Said. I’ve been busy with grad school applications as of late and am behind on a lot of film releases including The Menu, Bones and All, The Fablemans, and Glass Onion. I do think your argument about about She Said is strong since it has a raving audience score and an impressive “A” cinemascore. I wasn’t expecting a rapturous audience reception for the film due to its subject matter. I really think the film could have done better if it was a limited release. Ironically, The Fablemans is attempting a limited strategy currently. At the same time, I don’t see many people from the industry talking about She Said as other industry members did with The Woman King for example. If you could share some of the industry’s responses it would be valuable to everyone attempting to prognosticate She said’s Oscar nominations. I recently saw Milligan is participating in Variety’s Actor on Actor interviews, so it seems Mulligan is on that campaign trail.

    Michelle (Yeoh, Williams) Oscar campaign manager.

    FYC:
    Best Picture: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Decision to Leave
    Best Director: Park Chan-Wook Todd Field
    Best Original Screenplay: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once
    Best Actor: Colin Farrell
    Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, Cate Blanchett, Tang Wei
    Best Supporting Actor: Brendan Gleeson, Ke Huy Quan
    Best Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon, Nina Hoss


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    Just saw Bones and All. Luca Guadagnino should be winning Best Director in a cakewalk. Hoping he’s awarded by many critic circles including the trifecta.


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    Feel solid about these films making in (in no particular order). Just wary of Women King’s surprise but don’t know which film will it replace

    1. The Banshees of Inisherin
    2. The Fabelmans
    3. EEAAO
    4. Women Talking
    5. Babylon
    6. Top Gun
    7. TAR
    8. Avatar
    9. Elvis
    10. She Said

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    I don’t usually pay all that much attention to Rotten Tomatoes verified audience scores but in light of the numerous brutal articles about how She Said is such a bomb, many of which allege that audiences hate the movie, I thought the following comparison of RT AUDIENCE scores of released non-blockbuster movie ratings was interesting: She Said 89 Everything Everywhere All at Once 89 The Fabelmans 83 Aftersun 79 The Menu 78 The Banshees of Inisherin 75 Tar 71 Bones and All 63 Neither Women Talking nor The Whale have been released yet so they don’t have RT audience scores, but my guess is that when they do, She Said’s will be higher. I’m now skeptical that She Said will be able to overcome the barrage of negative publicity it has already received and secure a BP nomination, but it’s a shame that the film’s awards chances will be so strongly impacted by a foolish release strategy. The film should never have opened wide on 2000 screens. Both Spotlight and All the President’s Men had initially opened on a very limited number of screens, and subsequently gradually expanded the number of theaters they were in after word of mouth grew. She Said isn’t a film for everyone, but it’s a MUCH better film, and is much more popular with the audiences who have actually seen it, than one would think after reading this week’s trade publications. If She Said had been distributed on a streamer such as Apple or Netflix, I think it would have had a MUCH stronger shot at a BP nomination.

    Wow Banshees have a low score do people really consider it that  bleak

    If she said had focus or searchlight they would have done better campaigning it


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    Rachel615
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    If we’re gonna talk about RT audience scores, let’s talk about how The Woman King has a 99%. 🙃

    Absolutely. The Woman King has already taken in over $92 million at the box office. I was primarily comparing She Said’s RT audience score with “prestige” pictures still in the BP nomination hunt which seem unlikely to gross over $100 million, and which some may also wind up viewing as box office disappointments.


    wolfali
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    Aftersun 79

    Seeing Aftersun have a score this low is disappointing to read.

    FYC: Better Call Saul, The English and The Good Fight in all categories including Emily Blunt, Bob Odenkirk, Christine Baranski and Rhea Seehorn.


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    Seeing Aftersun have a score this low is disappointing to read.

    And it will most likely continue to drop as many more watch it. Audience just sucks nowadays.


    ejaru1810
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    Avatar: The Way of Water
    Babylon
    Banshees of Inisherin
    Elvis
    Everything Everywhere All at Once
    The Fabelsman
    TÁR
    Top Gun: Maverick
    The Woman King
    Woman Talking
    (Spoiler: She Said/Decision to Leave)


    jjjmoss
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    non-sequels, rt aud/imdb:

    everything everywhere 86/81 = 167

    elvis 91/74 = 165

    till 91/73 = 164

    fabelmans 79/83 = 162

    decision to leave 87/73 = 160

    she said 83/74 = 157

    banshees 74/82 = 156

    triangle of sadness 73/78 = 151

    woman king 83/67 = 150

    tar 67/79 = 146

    Queen Yeoh on top!

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