Mary's dull Christmas is suddenly filled with excitement and adventure following the arrival of her Uncle Albert, who gives her a Nutcracker (Known as NC) as a gift. The Nutcracker comes to life and takes her on a journey to a magical world. Mary soon realizes that this world is in danger due to the tyrannical rule of the Rat King. When the evil Rat King kidnaps NC, Mary must find a way to defeat him and save her friend.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 10,001-10,100)
|All Time International Box Office (Rank 2,501-2,600)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 4,301-4,400)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 3,101-3,200)
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||November 24th, 2010 (Limited) by Freestyle Releasing|
||PG for thematic material, scary images, action and brief smoking.|
(Rating bulletin 2143, 10/20/2010)
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||3-D, Christmas, Christmas in November, Living Toys, Talking Animals, World War II|
|Source:||Based on Ballet|
|Production Method:||Animation/Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Kids Fiction|
||Vnesheconombank, Nutcracker Holdings, HCC Media Group|
November 1st, 2011
The selection of home market releases is rather soft this week. Sure, Cars 2 was a major hit at the box office, but it is the only major hit on this week's list. The best selling TV on DVD release is Californication, which is a cable show, while the top ten selling titles according to Amazon.com include limited releases, catalogue titles and direct-to-DVD releases. There are more second-tier Christmas releases than any other type of release. There are far fewer titles that are worth picking up than last week, and the the Pick of the Week contenders are even more limited. Transformers: Beast Wars comes out on a Complete Series Collection and that could be Pick of the Week material, but I'm still waiting for the screener.
November 30th, 2010
Oscar hopeful, The King's Speech, took one giant leap forward in its quest to bring home the hardware as it topped the weekend per theater chart with and average of $88,863. You can't vote for a movie you haven't seen, so strong box office numbers usually mean more Awards Season Buzz, which in turn usually means better box office numbers. As it did on the overall box office chart, Tangled had to settle for second place on the per theater chart, but its average of $13,535 is still excellent for a saturation level release. The Legend of Pale Male was very close behind with $12,910 in its lone theater. Rounding out the $10,000 club was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, with an average of $11,900. This is way lower than last week, but not many films earn an average of more than $10,000 during their second weekend of release while playing in more than 4000 theaters.
November 25th, 2010
There's an ... interesting mix of limited releases on this week's list, including a film that has been marked for Oscar glory for quite some time, and another that could creep onto our list of the biggest money losers of all time. Also of note, most of these films opened on Wednesday, while a couple don't open till tomorrow.
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