|As an Actor||Documentary Subject||1||$2,668,936||$1,665,280||$4,334,216|
|Best known as a Documentary Subject Actress based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $4,334,216 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #50)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Herself (He Named Me Malala)|
|Most productive collaborators: Davis Guggenheim, Ziauddin Yousafzai, Toor Pekai Yousafzai, Laurie MacDonald, Khushal Khan Yousafzai|
December 14th, 2015
It is a strange week on the home market, as there are four first-run releases coming out, all of which were sequels. That's a lot. However, only one of them wasn't a box office disappointment, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Additionally, there's very little depth here. On the plus side, it did give me an excuse to talk about some good releases that might otherwise have fallen between the cracks, like the Top Spin DVD. That said, the Rogue Nation Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week.
October 8th, 2015
Only two films were in the $10,000 club this weekend. He Named Me Malala led the way with an average of $15,221 in four theaters, which is very strong for a documentary. The film's reviews are only good, but the appeal here is Malala Yousafzai and I don't think moviegoers are too upset that the film is a little shallow. The Martian was close behind with an average of $14,176.
October 2nd, 2015
It is a bad week for limited releases. Shanghai is the biggest release on this week's list, but that just means it is opening in way too many theaters to thrive. The film I'm most interested in is A Christmas Horror Story, but I do have a well-known pro-Canada bias.
|10/2/2015||He Named Me Malala||Herself||$2,668,936||$1,665,280||$4,334,216|