Marley Corbett is young, beautiful, and wildly funny, but she's afraid of opening herself up to true love and commitment. Though she uses her humor to prevent matters from getting serious, a life-changing visit to her doctor sends both of them on an eye-opening adventure of mutual discovery, leading to revelations neither thought possible.
||May 4th, 2012 (Limited) by Millennium Entertainment|
||June 12th, 2012 by Millennium Entertainment|
||PG-13 for sexual content, including crude references, and language.|
(Rating bulletin 2135, 8/18/2010)
||Heaven and Hell, Religious, LGBT, Medical and Hospitals, Terminal Illness, Romance, Video-on-Demand Premiere|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Davis Entertainment, The Film Department|
It's another strong week at the home market, at least for this time of year. Usually at this time of year we are dealing with January and February releases, which tend to be rather bad and are rarely big hits at the box office. However, we have the last of the winter blockbusters coming out this Tuesday. The Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Blu-ray Combo Pack will be the best selling release of the week, and good enough to buy, but it is not Pick of the Week material. There were a couple others that came close, like Too Big to Fail on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack and In Darkness on DVD or Blu-ray. In the end, I went with Shallow Grave's Criterion Collection Blu-ray as the pick of the week, although Harold and Maude's Criterion Collection Blu-ray and Gold Rush's Criterion Collection Blu-ray are really close behind.
opened on top of the per theater chart with a record-breaking average of $47,698. This is the highest ever for a number one film. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
was in second place with an average of $27,298 in 27 theaters. It should have little trouble expanding. Last week's winner, Bernie
, slipped to third place with an average of $17,568 in five theaters. It too should expand.
It's a good week for limited releases, mostly because it is the week The Best-Exotic Marigold Hotel comes out. Given its international run, its chances at success on the domestic front are very strong. There are a couple other new releases that I'm cautiously optimistic about: Death of a Superhero and First Position. Perhaps summer will get off to a strong start on the limited release front as well as the wide release front.
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