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Entries in The Curse of La Llorona (2)

Sunday
Apr 21 2019

Easter Weekend Box Office

Happy Easter.It's the quiet before theAvengers: Endgamestorm at the nation's theaters.

Weekend Box Office Estimates
April 19th-21st (ESTIMATES)
= New or Expanded Theater Count /= Recommended
W I D E
800+ screens
PLATFORM / SPECIALTY TITLES
excluding wide releases losing screens
Curse of La Llorona Kalank
1Curse of La Llorona$26.5 *NEW*REVIEW
1Kalank$1.2 on 320 screens *NEW*
2Shazam$17.3 (cum.$121.3)
2Amazing Grace$591k on 188 screens (cum.$1.3)
3Breakthrough$11.1 *NEW*
3High Life$292k on 146 screens (cum.$688k)REVIEW,PODCAST
4Captain Marvel$9.1 (cum.$400)REVIEW,BIGGEST HITS 1ST QTR
4Teen Spirit$250k on 696 screens (cum.$305k)REVIEW
5Little$8.4 (cum.$29.3)
5The Chaperone$86k on 55 screens (cum.$222k)

Kalank,a big-budget Bollywood spectacle opened in India and the US on the same day (!) and topped the box office in limited release while the Elle Fanning ledTeen Spiritreceived a disastrous reception in its nearly wide expansion taking in just $360 per screen. Meanwhile at the multiplexes,The Curse of La Lloronawhich is "sort of"part ofThe Conjuringfranchise (though not officially?) opened at #1 for wide releases andCaptain Marvelinched over $400 million domestic in its 7th week of release,somehow returning to the top five despite a continued (if unusually slow) loss of screens.What didyousee this weekend?

Saturday
Apr 20 2019

Review: The Curse of La Llorona

by Tony Ruggio

Latino audiences are theleading demofor moviegoing so Hollywood ignores them at their own peril.Cynical though it is,somebody at Warner Bros said "no mas"and rangJames Wanto add one more wrinkle to his ever-expandingConjuringuniverse.

Serving as producer,Wan's fingerprints are everywhere.From swooping dollies and immaculate crane work,to an early scene of kids frolicking to 70's tunes,La Lloronaoften flatters the original with homage.The simple foreboding of a dark corner in the room or a hazy reflection in the mirror,it's all there and it works for the most part...

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