Julian Perez, Mexico's most powerful man, must embark on a mission given to him by the only authority he respects...his mother. Joined by a colorful band of unlikely heroes, Julian must risk his life to fulfill his mother’s wish & rescue his brother from the war-ridden bowels of the most treacherous land in the world, IRAQ.
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||September 2nd, 2011 (Limited) by Lionsgate, released as Saving Private Perez|
||PG-13 for violence and brief strong language.|
(Rating bulletin 2176, 6/15/2011)
||vs. Top Gun|
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||Mexploitation, Organized Crime, War, Iraq War, Rescue, Dysfunctional Family, Spoof, Hispanic, Culture Clash, Non-Chronological, Out of Retirement, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Epilogue|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Lemon Films, FIDECINE, Via Media, Terregal Films|
January 9th, 2012
It's a pretty good week on the home market, for this time of year, with a number of releases that are worth checking out. This includes big budget releases, like Moneyball on Blu-ray Combo Pack, as well as TV on DVD releases like Doctor Who: Story 71: Invasion of the Dinosaurs and Story 83: The Android Invasion, as well as smaller releases like Higher Ground on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Unfortunately, it's not a particularly deep week for releases, and it isn't long before we start getting to DVDs and Blu-rays that would be ignored during a typically busy week. Not only that, but I'm still waiting for screeners for a number of bigger releases. One of these, Boardwalk Empire: Season One on Blu-ray, is the most likely candidate for Pick of the Week.
January 6th, 2012
Saving Private Perez is a Mexican film that opened in more theaters than most limited releases debut it. It did respectable business on the per theater chart during its opening weekend, but collapsed quite quickly after that. This suggests it is a niche market film. But now that it is coming out on the home market, will it find a wider audience? Or is the crossover appeal too limited?
September 14th, 2011
There was only one film to reach the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart, but it did it with style. Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain earned just under $2 million in 98 theaters for an average of $19,474. I wasn't expecting it to earn $2 million in total.
September 7th, 2011
The per theater chart is nearly empty and only Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame topping $10,000 over the three-day portion of the weekend. It's average from Friday through Sunday was $17,533 in three theaters. Bodyguard earned an average of $9,813 in 88 theaters over the three-day portion of the weekend, but crossed over the $10,000 mark if you include Monday. It was even more impressive if you take into account its Wednesday and Thursday numbers.
September 2nd, 2011
The selection of limited releases is not great with only one, Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. On the other hand, there are three films opening in more than 100 theaters, none of which are likely to become hits. It could be a really soft weekend on the per theater chart. Fortunately, Awards Season is not too far away.
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