|Film Title||Total Gross||Weekend Gross||Weeks Released||Last Weeks Ranking||This Weeks Ranking||Number of Theatres||Theatre Average|
|Iron Man 3||$174,14||$072,52||2||1||1||4253||$17,05|
|The Great Gatsby||$050,08||$050,08||1||-||2||3535||$14,16|
|Pain and Gain||$041,60||$005,00||3||2||3||3303||$01,51|
|The Big Wedding||$018,27||$002,49||3||6||9||2298||$01,08|
|Oz the Great and Powerful||$230,26||$001,07||10||8||10||0774||$01,39|
|Olympus Has Fallen||$096,61||$000,74||8||12||11||0836||$00,88|
|The Place Beyond the Pines||$020,00||$000,70||7||10||12||0669||$01,05|
|Scary Movie 5||$030,61||$000,67||5||9||13||1007||$00,67|
|Jurassic Park 3D||$044,75||$000,63||6||13||14||0653||$00,97|
|G I Joe 2: Retaliation||$119,76||$000,60||7||11||15||0750||$00,81|
|The Company You Keep||$004,13||$000,40||6||14||16||0394||$01,01|
|Jack the Giant Slayer||$064,48||$000,24||11||17||18||0281||$00,88|
|Tyler Perry Temptation||$051,69||$000,18||7||16||20||0278||$00,67|
|Film Title||Units Sold||Total Gross||Weekend Gross||Weeks Released||Last Weeks Ranking||This Weeks Ranking|
|The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey||0,169,623||$020,698,301||$02,264,467||3||5||3|
|Wreck It Ralph||0,109,941||$041,745,457||$01,769,445||5||4||6|
|Rise of the Guardians||0,078,573||$028,992,666||$01,687,442||4||3||7|
|This is 40||0,078,573||$005,670,328||$01,322,180||3||9||8|
|Life of Pi||0,062,911||$015,050,310||$00,957,505||4||7||9|
|Killing Them Softly||0,062,911||$002,548,592||$00,892,510||2||13||10|
|Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Pt 2||0,058,243||$062,535,820||$00,883,907||5||8||11|
|Zero Dark Thirty||0,058,243||$008,319,058||$01,144,550||3||10||12|
|A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape From Paradise||0,036,734||$001,683,032||$00,550,643||2||16||13|
|Duck Dynasty: Season 1||0,034,117||$002,206,361||$00,340,829||21||-||15|
|James Bond Skyfall||0,023,995||$035,791,934||$00,478,460||8||12||19|
|The Hunger Games||0,023,995||$127,322,845||$00,297,313||33||-||20|
To Rome with Love
|Movie Release Date:||22 June 2012|
|To Rome with Love:||Official Theatrical Trailer.|
|Distributors:||Sony Pictures Classics.|
|Running Time:||102 min|
for some sexual references
Starring: Woody Allen, Penélope Cruz, Ellen Page, Jesse Eisenberg, Alec Baldwin
ILBFilms.com Film Review: To Rome with Love
Review by: Martin Winters martinwinters.webs.com for www.ilbfilms.com
Regardless of his age and how many years in the industry, Woody Allen is one the most respected filmmaker and writer there is in the world. His work has entertained viewers for around sixty years due to his unique and compelling way of storytelling, his well-written screenplays and perfectly executed humor as well as his talent as a great filmmaker. But Woody Allen does not stop there. Even as an actor he manages to win over the audience. His on-screen presence and his ability to deliver lines so casually and make audiences laugh so naturally, amazes most viewers and aspiring filmmakers today. He is truly a real master of his art.
This movie was fantastic. At first, I would admit I was not too sold on the movie’s trailer, but upon viewing the movie, I loved every minute of it. The movie keeps you entertained throughout, never having time to slow down or bore you. The fast paced storytelling and well written dialogue in English and Italian, as well as the number of great performances from each and every cast member was outstanding. Nothing here was anything less than perfection.
The humor in the movie was perfectly timed, perfectly balanced and perfectly executed. The movie was a pure romantic comedy from the very start till the very end.
The story was told through various cut scenes between each couple and family living or staying in Rome – each telling their own romantic and comedic stories. Like I mentioned above, the movie never had time to bore you. If there was ever a dull scene or a scene that did not contain much life on-screen due to it being a Cutaway shot, etc - Woody Allen was able to create life by inserting Italian music scores to enhance the whole romance-in-Rome feel or to resemble the hectic and comedic situations each character goes through, with some upbeat Italian music. Either way, all this was cleverly inserted to compensate any dull moment if there ever was one.
Like I mentioned before, the acting in this movie was outstanding. The movie featured an entire cast of extremely talented actors and actresses, all able to keep up and play off Woody Allen’s humor in the most realistic and comedic way possible. Yes, the screenplay was well written with comedy, but that was only half of it. Woody Allen brought fifty percent of the talent needed to pull this movie off, whilst the actors brought the other fifty. Making this movie a one-hundred percent hit.