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Drew 2 year s ago
All those movies are terrible.
       
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Candace 2 year s ago
Drew, Valerian was okay-ish. But agreed.
       
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Josey 2 year s ago
Drew,
oh dear.. i just realized you are right....
       
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Joanna 2 year s ago
#13 Based on Phillip Pullmans Trilogy "His Dark Materials." It's more (and openly) anti Catholic Church rather than anti-Christian. This was a good film and the series is good too. Reminds me, I must re-watch Ken Russell's "The Devils."
       
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Dosia 2 year s ago
The first Pacific Rim was great the second, terrible as [email protected]#k
       
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Greg 2 year s ago
Dosia,

John Boyega is not as great as he thinks he is.
       
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Valerie 2 year s ago
In Time is quite a good movie. Definitly underrated.
       
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Roberta 2 year s ago
well these movies pander to the chinese which never do well in the US.
       
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Nick 2 year s ago
Just another proof that non americans have a better taste dance3
       
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)

US Box Office: $40,479,370

International Box Office: $174,618,986

This English-language French production by Luc Besson — a filmmaker with a history of hits in North America — was supposed to do well here, but didn’t. Casting Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne in the lead roles may have been a mistake. While they’re both talented, they’re not really names to hang a $200 million production on. Another issue was that the French comic the film was based on isn’t all that well known in America. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the movie did big business in France, and was also a huge hit in China.

 

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