Expecting Mary is the story of pregnant young Mary, who's had all the trappings of an upscale life, but it's only when she finds herself in a small New Mexico town, in a down-trodden trailer park, that she learns the real meaning of love, sacrifice and family.
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||September 10th, 2010 (Limited) by Rocky Mountain Pictures|
||PG for thematic elements involving teen pregnancy, and some language|
(Rating bulletin 2129, 7/14/2010)
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||Unexpected Families, Road Trip, Ensemble, Runaway, Dysfunctional Family, Life in a Small Town, Poverty, Christmas, Christmas in November, Widow/Widower, Thanksgiving, Unexpected Pregnancy|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Rocky Mountain Pictures|
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September 25th, 2012
It's the unofficial beginning of the Christmas Shopping Season. Starting the rush this year is The Avengers, which broke records at the box office and will likely do the same on the home market. It is clearly a contender for Pick of the Week, but I'm not sure if the Blu-ray Combo Pack or the 3D Combo Pack is the better deal. The only other contender for Pick of the Week is Bond: 50 on Buy from Amazon. However, it's a double-dip... or triple-dip. I've lost count. In the end, I'm going with The Avengers on 3D Combo Pack. It's only $5 more, so it is worth future-proofing.
September 23rd, 2012
A Very Mary Christmas was originally called Expecting Mary when it first came out in limited release. It opening in more than 50 theaters but with almost no press and disappeared as fast as it arrived. Now it is coming out on a bargain basement DVD with a new name that emphasizes is Christmas angle with a CD of Christmas carols. That's not a good sign. Is it better than its box office performance? Or is there a good reason it wouldn't want to be associated with its old name?
September 14th, 2010
There were just a ton of films to reach the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart over the weekend, led by The Romantics with an average of $22,764 in two theaters. However, with its reviews, it probably won't last long. Heartbreak opened in second place with an average of $17,543 in three theaters, but it will likely have better legs. Ahead of Time and My Dog Tulip were neck-and-neck with $12,790 and $12,648 respectively. Finally, Dabangg opened with more than $600,000 in 62 theaters for an average of $10,131.
September 10th, 2010
It's a busy week with a dozen limited releases on the list, and this includes a few opening in more than a dozen theaters. Considering how weak the Tomatometer Scores are for a lot of these films, I'm not expecting great things. Hopefully one or two will score breakout success, but odds are it will be an off week.
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