35 AND TICKING centers around the lives of Victoria, Zenobia , Clevon, and Phil - all friends approaching the age of 35 and struggling to build the families they've always dreamed of. While Zenobia is still looking is married to a man who doesn't want children. Clevon, meanwhile, is too geeky to get a woman, and Phil is already married with children, but his wife is not very interested in being a mother. All four of them try to rectify their romantic lives and futures while their biological clocks tick away.
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||May 20th, 2011 (Limited) by Image Entertainment|
||September 13th, 2011 by Image Entertainment/ThinkFilm|
||R for some crude sexual content.|
(Rating bulletin 2170, 5/4/2011)
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||African-American, Ensemble, Mid-Life Crisis, Delayed Adulthood, Relationships Gone Wrong, Prologue, Relationship Advice, Life on the Outside|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Image Entertainment, One Village Entertainment, Uproar Productions, SWRL Films|
September 13th, 2011
It is an incredibly busy week on the home market with several major releases, including Thor on Blu-ray, as well as Star Wars The Complete Saga, which comes out this Friday. Unfortunately, neither of the screeners have arrived yet, so it is hard to tell if they are pick of the week material. I figured Star Wars would easily take that honor, but the changes made have pissed off enough people that I think it's best that I hold off making a judgment till after it arrives. After spending way too long trying to pick between the two, I'm going with Degrassi: Season Ten, Part Two instead.
May 24th, 2011
Midnight in Paris had the best per screen average for the year so far and came within a rounding error of topping $100,000. The film opened with $599,003 in 6 theaters for an average of $99,834, which represents a career best for Woody Allen. Add in its Oscar-worthy reviews, and there's no telling where it could go. The overall number one film, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, was the only other film to crack $10,000 on the per theater chart, as it opened with an average of $21,697.
May 20th, 2011
This week's list of limited releases is not very strong with only one film with a better than 50% chance of making much noise. That film, Midnight in Paris, is the latest from Woody Allen and is earning the auteur's best reviews in more than a decade and a half. Perhaps it will be able to join Jane Eyre and Win Win at more than $10 million. (The latter hasn't made it there yet, but it should do so relatively soon.) Speaking of movies with $10-million ambitions, The Beaver was supposed to expand wide this weekend, but after struggling in limited release, that's not happening. It will be playing in more than 160 theaters, on the other hand, which is higher than most limited releases ever manage.
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