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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby undeadmonkey » May 15th, 2017, 4:11 pm

This is fantastic, will definitely be using it next year as a gauge of what numbers you should be trying to hit in each round.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Brockster » May 15th, 2017, 4:43 pm

Sufer had Get Out, not me...I wish I had it :) Alas I'm being demoted to Division B. Hopefully I'll see you guys next year!
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Spectre » May 15th, 2017, 4:49 pm

Brockster wrote:Sufer had Get Out, not me...I wish I had it :) Alas I'm being demoted to Division B. Hopefully I'll see you guys next year!

You did have it haha, it just wasn't known to be Get Out at the time... it was the Untitled Blumhouse movie on February 24th when you took it in the 16th.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby JohnErle » May 16th, 2017, 4:05 pm

Thanks for crunching those numbers, Spectre. Good stuff.

My picks in rounds 2-4 were brutal last year, so I'm lucky to still be in Division A. Star Wars plus a few late round hits like The Shallows, Don't Breathe, and my usual Madea pick are the main reason I stayed in the Premiere League.

I hope for much better results from my top 5 this year, and I tried to stay away from films where I'm clearly not the target market and skewed toward films targeting adult audiences like The Post and Battle Of The Sexes that I fell better qualified to judge. Hopefully it'll pay off.
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Shrykespeare » May 29th, 2017, 6:14 pm

Took a month, but the final broken-down first page standings are finally updated.

1st round:
Best - Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, $532,171,696 (JohnErle)
Worst - Independence Day: Resurgence, $103,144,286 (Chien)

2nd round:
Best - Beauty and the Beast, $480,525,828 (UDM)
Worst - Alice Through the Looking Glass, $77,042,381 (JohnErle)

3rd round:
Best - Sing, $270,322,340 (aquamann)
Worst - Patriot's Day, $31,886,361 (Brockster)

4th round:
Best - The Legend of Tarzan, $126,643,061 (Spectre)
Worst - xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, $44,898,413 (JohnErle)

5th round:
Best - Trolls, $153,707,064 (aquamann)
Worst - Life, $29,825,181 (Geezer)

Best of the rest:

6th round - Why Him?, $60,323,786 (aquamann)
7th round - Arrival, $100,546,139 (Spectre)
8th round - La La Land, $151,101,803 (Spectre)
9th round - Split, $138,120,085 (aquamann)
10th round - Hacksaw Ridge, $67,209,615 (Brockster)
11th round - Fences, $57,682,904 (Spectre)
12th round - Going in Style, $37,346,914 (Spectre)
13th round - Hidden Figures, $168,991,405 (Chien)
14th round - Mechanic: Resurrection, $21,218,403 (aquamann)
15th round - Nerve, $38,583,626 (W)
16th round - Manchester by the Sea, $47,695,371 (UDM)

Best waiver-wire pick:
Get Out, $172,534,250 (Surfer)
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Re: 2016-17 Full-Year Slates (Division A)

Postby Chienfantome » May 29th, 2017, 7:03 pm

I knewwwwww it, worst #1 pick of the year, hell yeah !!!

Actually though, my #1 pick was the best no ? 64 million for A Dog's Purpose ?
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