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Mexico is a huge market for animated movies.

I thought it was big for horror but the last few performed pretty bad except for The Unborn of course.

Friday the 13th (2009)- $780,380
My Bloody Valentine 3-D- $1,838,594
Quarantine- $475,123
Saw V- $1,029,677

We Mexicans have an odd taste in Movies. :sweat:


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January Weekends

January 2–4, 2009
(US $1 = 13.8381 Mexican Peso)



1 N Bedtime Stories Disney $2,421,651 - 600 - $4,036 $3,264,574
2 2 Rudo y Cursi UPI $1,027,074 -24.2% 423 +16 $2,428 $5,997,610
3 1 Bolt Disney $881,852 -43.4% 633 -67 $1,393 $6,169,422
4 5 Australia Fox $751,965 -20.4% 393 +24 $1,913 $2,690,432
5 3 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa PPI $662,006 -42.0% 426 -8 $1,554 $15,575,472
6 4 The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) Fox $555,001 -43.4% 400 -21 $1,388 $8,605,788
7 7 Volverte a ver Videocine $422,221 +7.6% 337 +3 $1,253 $1,301,972
8 6 The Tale of Despereaux UPI $403,949 -44.2% 414 -126 $976 $1,838,878
9 8 Four Christmases Gussi $259,720 -31.8% 288 +3 $902 $1,597,526
10 9 Twilight Corazon $182,258 -22.8% 169 -19 $1,078 $9,565,133

January 9–11, 2009
(US $1 = 13.6456 Mexican Peso)



1 1 Bedtime Stories Disney $1,421,902 -41.3% 600 - $2,370 $5,807,956 2 USA
2 N Seven Pounds Sony $1,046,153 - 300 - $3,487 $1,046,143 1 USA
3 2 Rudo y Cursi UPI $722,001 -29.7% 413 -10 $1,748 $7,400,954 4 Mexico, USA
4 3 Bolt Disney $480,522 -45.5% 503 -130 $955 $7,030,858 4 USA
5 4 Australia Fox $423,210 -43.7% 373 -20 $1,135 $3,572,177 3 Australia, USA
6 7 Volverte a ver Videocine $311,318 -26.3% 332 -5 $938 $1,926,077 3 Mexico
7 5 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa PPI $301,256 -54.5% 383 -43 $787 $16,113,658 6 USA
8 6 The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) Fox $231,568 -58.3% 318 -82 $728 $9,104,760 5 USA
9 N The Flock Videocine $176,959 - 120 - $1,475 $179,255 1 USA
10 8 The Tale of Despereaux UPI $163,346 -59.6% 358 -56 $456 $2,228,280

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Mexico is a huge market for animated movies.

I thought it was big for horror but the last few performed pretty bad except for The Unborn of course.

Friday the 13th (2009)- $780,380
My Bloody Valentine 3-D- $1,838,594
Quarantine- $475,123
Saw V- $1,029,677

We Mexicans have an odd taste in Movies. :sweat:


I know, Mexico is big for comedies too.

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matatonio wrote:
Mexico is a huge market for animated movies.

I thought it was big for horror but the last few performed pretty bad except for The Unborn of course.

Friday the 13th (2009)- $780,380
My Bloody Valentine 3-D- $1,838,594
Quarantine- $475,123
Saw V- $1,029,677

We Mexicans have an odd taste in Movies. :sweat:


America is the country that paid 145m to see Kevin James run around a mall for 90 minutes making fat jokes, everyone has an odd taste in movies.

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Well yeah. A movie about talking eggs and a chicken has made over $6M. Its a sequel...


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How do you think DB perfomed??, All my friends wanted to see it, everyone was like "It looks like crap, but it's Dragonball, we have to see it."

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I know a few people that want to see it as well. I dont know but its been marketed as hell over here


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April 10–12, 2009
(US $1 = 13.1169 Mexican Peso)


1 1 Fast and Furious UPI $1,942,723 -45.2% 654 - $2,971 $8,200,630 2
2 2 Monsters Vs. Aliens PPI $1,525,895 -25.6% 753 - $2,026 $6,542,065 2
3 N Dragonball Evolution Fox $784,219 - 402 - $1,951 $1,019,078 1
4 N Amar a Morir Gussi $446,023 - 322 - $1,385 $550,962 1
5 N Duplicity UPI $437,680 - 258 - $1,696 $550,331 1

6 3 Otra película de huevos y un pollo Videocine $429,944 -40.7% 422 -24 $1,019 $7,383,259 4
7 4 Knowing Corazon $386,215 -25.9% 276 -40 $1,399 $2,724,077 3
8 5 Race to Witch Mountain Disney $344,002 -18.2% 248 +5 $1,387 $2,250,544 3
9 7 Gran Torino WB $139,284 -35.6% 109 -74 $1,278 $1,084,450 3
10 6 The Accidental Husband Disney $131,142 -53.4% 182 -68 $721 $671,283 2

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3 N Dragonball Evolution Fox $784,219 - 402 - $1,951 $1,019,078 1

SEE! MAU!

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DragonBall did ok.....

Amar a Morir... :lol: its marketing was huge.... it disspaointed.

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3 N Dragonball Evolution Fox $784,219 - 402 - $1,951 $1,019,078 1

SEE! MAU!



It didnt even beat MvA on its THIRD week.....

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Dragonball seems to be marketed heavily in Hispanic markets. Up here in LA, I never saw one ad for the movie anywhere. When I was in Puerto Rico 3 weeks ago, billboards were everywhere as well as posters.

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Dragonball seems to be marketed heavily in Hispanic markets. Up here in LA, I never saw one ad for the movie anywhere. When I was in Puerto Rico 3 weeks ago, billboards were everywhere as well as posters.



Yeah, it was marketed like hell, there are billboards everywhere and tv ads every 15 minutes :lol: ,

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March 6–8, 2009
(US $1 = 15.2991 Mexican Peso)
Watchmen Opening weekend




1 N Watchmen PPI $717,056 - 423 - $1,695 $717,056 1
2 1 Slumdog Millionaire Gussi $591,152 -24.5% 221 -3 $2,675 $2,724,784 3
3 2 The Pink Panther 2 Sony $495,805 -33.9% 370 -5 $1,340 $1,438,339 2
4 N Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience Disney $400,469 - 126 - $3,178 $400,469 1
5 N He's Just Not That Into You Gussi $364,530 - 225 - $1,620 $364,530 1

6 5 Changeling UPI $256,008 -20.7% 197 -1 $1,300 $755,428 2
7 6 Underworld: Rise of the Lycans Sony $241,322 +10.1% 195 -5 $1,238 $2,957,993 5USA
8 4 Valkyrie Fox $205,948 -49.3% 293 -98 $703 $3,881,348 4
9 3 Coraline UPI $189,358 -54.4% 287 -59 $660 $4,148,543 5
10 10 Big Stan Videocine $169,260 +31.7% 160 +31 $1,058 $1,132,805 5

Watchmen did great because it's marketing wasnt that good.

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Post Re: Mexican Box Office Thread - F&F #1
Well... Not so many interested obviously but lets keep this thread alive .. :nerd: ..

Opening Next Week.
Igor
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The Children of Huang Shi (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Yun-Fat Chow)... ?
Pars vite et reviens tard (France, 2007)
La Faute à Fidel (France, 2006)
Paraíso Travel (USA/Colombia, 2008)
Condones.com [Condoms.com] (México) :lol:
Paris (France, 2008)
Long Khong 2: Art of the Devil 3 (Thailand)
Crazy Eights (USA, 2006)


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Well... Not so many interested obviously but lets keep this thread alive .. :nerd: ..

Opening Next Week.
Igor
I Love You, Man
The Children of Huang Shi (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Yun-Fat Chow)... ?
Pars vite et reviens tard (France, 2007)
La Faute à Fidel (France, 2006)
Paraíso Travel (USA/Colombia, 2008)
Condones.com [Condoms.com] (México) :lol:
Paris (France, 2008)
Long Khong 2: Art of the Devil 3 (Thailand)
Crazy Eights (USA, 2006)



WTFFF?!?! LOL!!! what's that???? Never heard of it..... I guess it's a comedy??

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McSteamy wrote:
matatonio wrote:
Well... Not so many interested obviously but lets keep this thread alive .. :nerd: ..

Opening Next Week.
Igor
I Love You, Man
The Children of Huang Shi (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Yun-Fat Chow)... ?
Pars vite et reviens tard (France, 2007)
La Faute à Fidel (France, 2006)
Paraíso Travel (USA/Colombia, 2008)
Condones.com [Condoms.com] (México) :lol:
Paris (France, 2008)
Long Khong 2: Art of the Devil 3 (Thailand)
Crazy Eights (USA, 2006)



WTFFF?!?! LOL!!! what's that???? Never heard of it..... I guess it's a comedy??

i dont know. I just saw it on the cinepolis site.

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The Children of Huang Shi is a decent movie. It's a pity it received almost no attention anywhere in the world. :(

Has Sin Nombre been released in Mexico?

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The Children of Huang Shi is a decent movie. It's a pity it received almost no attention anywhere in the world. :(

Has Sin Nombre been released in Mexico?

It was released on March 23rd on a film festival in Guadalajara but i dont think it got a wide release.


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Finally an Update :)

April 17–19, 2009
(US $1 = 13.14867 Mexican Peso)



1 1 Fast and Furious UPI $1,094,532 -43.7% 450 -204 $2,432 $10,909,834 3
2 2 Monsters Vs. Aliens PPI $1,025,205 -32.8% 444 -309 $2,309 $8,900,727 3
3 N The Haunting in Connecticut n/a $614,139 - 300 - $2,047 $614,139 1
4 7 Knowing Corazon $379,392 -1.8% 284 +8 $1,336 $3,419,943 4
5 3 Dragonball Evolution Fox $359,183 -54.2% 397 -5 $905 $1,980,353 2
6 4 Amar a Morir Gussi $358,068 -19.7% 316 -6 $1,133 $1,369,977 2 7 8 Race to Witch Mountain Disney $263,793 -23.3% 243 -5 $1,086 $2,837,307 4
8 5 Duplicity UPI $258,037 -41.0% 232 -26 $1,112 $1,109,100 2
9 6 Otra película de huevos y un pollo Videocine $229,083 -46.7% 360 -62 $636 $7,987,106 5
10 N El Libro de Piedra n/a $205,983 - 154 - $1,338 $205,983 1

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April 10–12, 2009
(US $1 = 13.1169 Mexican Peso)




1 1 Fast and Furious UPI $1,942,723 -45.2% 654 - $2,971 $8,200,630 2
2 2 Monsters Vs. Aliens PPI $1,525,895 -25.6% 753 - $2,026 $6,542,065 2
3 N Dragonball Evolution Fox $784,219 - 402 - $1,951 $1,019,078 1
4 N Amar a Morir Gussi $446,023 - 322 - $1,385 $550,962 1
5 N Duplicity UPI $437,680 - 258 - $1,696 $550,331 1

6 3 Otra película de huevos y un pollo Videocine $429,944 -40.7% 422 -24 $1,019 $7,383,259 4
7 4 Knowing Corazon $386,215 -25.9% 276 -40 $1,399 $2,724,077 3
8 5 Race to Witch Mountain Disney $344,002 -18.2% 248 +5 $1,387 $2,250,544 3
9 7 Gran Torino WB $139,284 -35.6% 109 -74 $1,278 $1,084,450 3
10 6 The Accidental Husband Disney $131,142 -53.4% 182 -68 $721 $671,283 2

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Knowing is having a great run, -1.8% drop on its thrid weekend?!?!?!

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April 24–26, 2009
(US $1 = 13.19281 Mexican Peso)




1 1 Fast and Furious UPI $435,849 -60.2% 425 -25 $1,026 $11,888,097
2 2 Monsters Vs. Aliens PPI $321,920 -68.6% 509 +65 $632 $9,537,477
3 3 The Haunting in Connecticut Gussi $311,451 -49.3% 299 -1 $1,042 $1,265,025
4 6 Amar a Morir Gussi $213,293 -40.4% 246 -70 $867 $1,861,290
5 4 Knowing Corazon $210,252 -44.6% 222 -62 $947 $3,850,046
6 7 Race to Witch Mountain Disney $203,126 -23.0% 290 +47 $700 $3,125,497
7 N Igor Videocine $137,559 - 250 - $550 $138,108
8 12 Slumdog Millionaire Gussi $125,580 -25.5% 126 - $997 $5,751,578 10
9 11 Gran Torino WB $119,548 -34.0% 134 -5 $892 $1,596,651
10 N I Love You Man PPI $105,821 - 201 - $526 $105,821

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Theaters were closed in Mexico City that weekend, that explains all drops.

All theaters were closed the weekend of May 1-3

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May 8–10, 2009
(US $1 = 13.05375 Mexican Peso)



1 The Haunting in Connecticut Gussi $204,065 285 $716 $1,664,141
2 Race to Witch Mountain Disney $176,193 279 $632 $3,537,984
3 Fast and Furious UPI $167,363 392 $427 $12,809,224
4 Monsters Vs. Aliens PPI $150,361 407 $369 $10,269,741
5 Knowing Corazon $139,872 186 $752 $4,285,8687
6 Amar a Morir Gussi $134,783 257 $524 $2,179,854
7 Igor Videocine $119,123 249 $478 $317,289
8 I Love You Man PPI $109,591 185 $592 $269,060
9 Duplicity UPI $108,258 161 $672 $1,511,113
10 Gran Torino WB $96,839 156 $621 $1,826,844

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