NOT FADE AWAY is a semi-autobiographical novel about a rock band in New Jersey in the 1960's.
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||December 21st, 2012 (Limited) by Paramount Vantage|
||April 30th, 2013 by Paramount Home Video|
||R for pervasive language, some drug use and sexual content.|
(Rating bulletin 2206, 1/18/2012)
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||Coming of Age, Rock 'n' Roll, Musicians, Autobiographical, Inspired by a True Story, Voiceover/Narration|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Historical Fiction|
||Paramount Vantage, Indian Paintbrush, Weinstein Company|
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April 30th, 2013
Like I mentioned last week, this week the biggest release on the home market is Silver Linings Playbook, while there are a couple other sizable releases, like Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Three on Blu-ray. However, you quickly run into filler as you look down the list. Fortunately, Silver Linings Playbook is such a great movie that the Blu-ray Combo Pack would be Pick of the Week material, even during a busy week. It is not the only contender for that title. Even sight unseen, Kyatto-Ninden Teyandee Complete Series Megaset comes a close second, while Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Three earned that title last week.
January 3rd, 2013
Zero Dark Thirty shot up to the top of the per theater chart with averages of $83,430 during its opening weekend and $63,283 during its sophomore stint. Expanding truly wide is virtually guaranteed. Amour was well back with an average of $20,005 over the past weekend and $22,755 during its opening weekend. The Impossible rose 27% to $12,172 in 15 theaters. This is a great sign and while its reviews are too low to be a major contender during Awards Season, it should still do well enough to expand significantly, but probably not truly wide. The final film in the $10,000 club was Django Unchained, which opened with an average of $10,008.
December 20th, 2012
There are not a lot of limited releases on this week's list; however, there are three films that have already found some Awards Season success, plus a couple others that are earning great reviews. Of the Awards Season hopefuls, Zero Dark Thirty is poised to earn the best per theater average, but it likely won't be the only success story over the weekend.
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