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Post Weekend 46/19
http://www.insidekino.com/DTop10/19/DTop19NOV14.htm

Another great hold for the local blockbuster...

JOKER still has a 25 % chance to beat SUPERMAN to become DC's biggest movie of all-time...

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
Looks like opening day of FROZEN II with 20 % of the country on school holidays will be bigger than THE LION KING's opening day (72 % school holidays)...

Unfortunately Thursday and Friday have 0 % school holidays...

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
Biggest opening days 2019:

461,885 AVENGERS: ENDGAME
209,581 THE LION KING
204,000 FROZEN II

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
Judging by Thursday sales, 5 day opening should be around 1.45m admissions ($13.75m)...

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Looks now like 1.5m admissions and a strong Sunday could push it to 1.6m admissions...

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1,615,000 5 day estimate - only AVENGERS - ENDGAME opened better this year...

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How is WOM. Is there any site that tracks user reviews in Germany.

Edit: even bigger question is since insidekino has so much data, is there any plans to modernize it. It seems like a page from 90's :-) Then you can have user review page for movies as well.

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Filmstarts.de has user-ratings, but I have no idea how useful they are...

I have lots of plans to modernize insidekino, but time is my most precious resource and I still haven't found a way to clone myself...

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Post Weekend 47/19
http://www.insidekino.de/DTop10/19/DTop19NOV21.htm

FROZEN II delivers
2nd biggest opening of the year
10th biggest November opening of all-time
7th biggest opening of all-time Animation
41st biggest opening of all-time
and by b.o.
31st biggest opening of all-time
2nd biggest opening of all-time Animation (IA2 still rules after 13 years!)

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
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Filmstarts.de has user-ratings, but I have no idea how useful they are...

I have lots of plans to modernize insidekino, but time is my most precious resource and I still haven't found a way to clone myself...


Thank you Mark. I understand it takes lots of time to do this

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Post Weekend 48/19
http://www.insidekino.com/DTop10/19/DTop19NOV28.htm

So FROZEN II is running 34 % ahead of TLK so far...

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Post Weekend 50/19
http://www.insidekino.com/DTop10/19/DTop19DEZ12.htm

FROZEN II stays No. 1 in admissions while JUMANJI leads in box office and opens 82 % bigger than its predecessor...

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
So judging by the first two days, SW9 is heading towards a 5 day opening of 1.7m to 2.2m admissions...

Comparisons:
2,133,546 5 days AVENGERS 4
1,635,215 5 days FROZEN II
1,131,362 5 days THE LION KING

1,627,277 4 days SW8
2,138,869 4 days SW7

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
This is probably the most reliable foreign market for the series alongside UK and Japan at this point, no?


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Indeed...

SW9 now heading towards a 5 day opening of 1.8m to 2.0m admissions...

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Post Weekend 51/19
http://www.insidekino.com/DTop10/19/DTop19DEZ19.htm

SW9 opens with 1.71m admissions in 5 days...

Expect very healthy box office during the next 14 days (except Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve) which will probably lead FROZEN II to surpass THE LION KING sometime next week to become the biggest movie of 2019...

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Post Weekend 52/19
http://www.insidekino.com/DTop10/19/DTop19DEZ26.htm

So yesterday FROZEN II did indeed pass THE LION KING and is on its way to become the biggest movie since SW7...

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...and here are the biggest movies of the decade (some movement still happening the next couple of weeks):

http://www.insidekino.com/DJahr/D2010-2019.htm

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
Good idea. I'm going to copy you and post a Top 10 of the Decade, too.

Looking at the list, 2012 was a big year for Germany. Where does it rank among other years?

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Post Re: Germany Box-Office Thread
Happy New Year mark and everyone who reads/participates in this thread. Thanks again mark for those awesome updates (for doing not only Germany but SO MANY other countries) here as well as your website and all your contributions to the forum. Really appreciate it :thumbsup:


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Looking at the list, 2012 was a big year for Germany. Where does it rank among other years?

Following the link you'll see yearly admissions in millions in the 2nd column, 3rd column is yearly b.o. in Euros:
http://www.insidekino.com/DBO.htm#JAHRE ... ME_CHARTS_
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Jack Sparrow wrote:
Happy New Year mark and everyone who reads/participates in this thread. Thanks again mark for those awesome updates (for doing not only Germany but SO MANY other countries) here as well as your website and all your contributions to the forum. Really appreciate it :thumbsup:

Thanks for your kind words - it's a pleasure to be at KJ...

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Corpse wrote:
Looking at the list, 2012 was a big year for Germany. Where does it rank among other years?

Following the link you'll see yearly admissions in millions in the 2nd column, 3rd column is yearly b.o. in Euros:
http://www.insidekino.com/DBO.htm#JAHRE ... ME_CHARTS_
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That's an amazing list mark :thumbsup: all the way back to 1950's :whaa:


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That's an amazing list mark :thumbsup: all the way back to 1950's :whaa:


Yes, excellent resource.


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