A psychosexual noir love story set in Las Vegas and Paris about love, obsession, sex, betrayal, revenge and ultimately the search for redemption. It’s about a couple that builds an intense relationship that saves each other from their mutual despair, but begins to crack as a man from Lola’s past temps her future with Frank.
Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists
|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 13,801-13,900)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 17,601-17,700)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 6,301-6,400)
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||December 9th, 2016 (Limited) by Paladin|
||February 7th, 2017 by Universal Home Entertainment|
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||Film Noir, Las Vegas, Obsessive Love, Revenge, Infidelity, Food, Romance, Relationships Gone Wrong|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Parts and Labor, The Supply Company, Arclight Films, Great Point Media, Winant Productions PLC, Fulldawa Films, Killer Films, Preferred Content, Lola Pictures|
February 7th, 2017
The winter releases are starting to come out on the home market. Trolls is the biggest such release, but it isn’t the best. It isn’t bad either, but it’s for kids and not adult fans of animation. As for the best, there are a quartet of contenders for Pick of the Week; Loving, The Eagle Huntress, Little Sister, and Two Lovers and a Bear. All four are must haves, while Loving’s Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, Two Lovers and a Bear’s DVD is the Puck of the Week for Best Canadian Release.
December 13th, 2016
La La Land dominated the per theater chart with an average of $176,221 in five theaters. This is not only the best of the year, it is the second best ever for a live-action film, behind just The Grand Budapest Hotel average of $202,792 in four theaters. Jackie was well back with an average of $18,933 in 26 theaters. Had La La Land not come out this weekend, this would have been big news. Now it might get lost in the crowd. Lion remained in the $10,000 club for the third weekend in a row with an average of $11,224 in 15 theaters.
December 9th, 2016
I problably could have cut this list down to one film, La La Land, because it is the only film on this week’s list with a realistic chance at expanding significantly. In fact, given its reviews and its buzz, it has a realistic chance at earning Oscar glory.
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