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>Australian Box Office: Is Tron. Is Good.

>Tron: Legacy has topped the Australian box office for the weekend December 16-19, beating out Megamind and helping push Harry Potter down to number five. 1. Tron: Legacy [434 screens / $7,737]WKND = $3,357,645 / TOTAL = $3,357,645 2. Megamind [418 screens / $4,860]WKND = $2,031,675 / TOTAL = $7,162,882 3. Love & Other Drugs […]

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>Australian Box Office – Potter plummets!

>The box office for December 9 – 12 is in and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One plummets … if “plummets” means drops to number two. DreamWorks animated film Megamind has schemed its way to the top of the charts, stealing the prime position from Harry, Hermione and Ron. 1. Megamind [425 screens […]

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>Australian Box Office: Potty for Potter

>How about that? Who would have thought Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One would top the box office for the third week in a row? Oh, you did … well done. For the weekend December 2 – 5 your top 10 movies are *drum roll*… 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part […]

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(Dark) Aquaman – Megamind review

Megamind – Starring Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill. Directed by Tom McGrath. Rated PG. By Simon Miraudo. Ack! So close! DreamWorks Animation hinted at an evolution beyond their signature style of filmmaking – disposable movies littered with dated pop culture references and gross-out comedy – with this year’s thoughtful How to Train Your […]

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New trailer for Megamind slightly better than old trailer for Megamind

A new trailer for DreamWorks Animation upcoming superherovillain flick Megamind has debuted online. It gives us a better glimpse of the plot than the (rather annoying) teaser did earlier in the year. Despite a rather disconcerting amount of DreamWorks’ typical smug comedy (I thought they finally got over that with Kung Fu Panda and How […]

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Megamind trailer debut

The trailer for Dreamworks’ upcoming animated comedy Megamind has debuted on YouTube. It fills us with about as much confidence as other animated Dreamworks features. Take that for what you will. The film, originally titled Oobermind, features Will Ferrell (or at least his voice) as the eponymous supervillain who finally defeats his arch nemesis Metro […]

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