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A The Time to Kill / Pelican Brief / the Client (Blu-ray Triple Feature) Preorder

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jun 19, 2014.

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Just throwing this out there: why isn't Warner doing a quadruple feature with The Firm? They could do a 5-film pack with The Rainmaker, if they really wanted to.
     
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    Rainmaker is Paramount they should have included Runaway Jury.
     
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    If I didn't already have these individual titles I would pick this up, a space saver!
     
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    I have the Pelican Brief, but would get this if it had the Firm instead of the Client.
     
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    And Warner is currently distributing some of Paramount's library, which is why I also suggested The Firm. Runaway Jury is Fox.
     
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    Drat! Already have two of the three in this list on Blu-ray.
     
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    btw, why aren't their Grisham movies anymore? I remember most doing very well.
     
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    Because studio accountants - previously known as studio bosses - only want to cater to the under twenty, attention deficient demographic. Which means any film with what we would call a "plot" is cast aside for more idiotic fare that has explosions every twenty seconds.
     
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    The Pelican Brief (1993): $195.2 million
    The Client (1994): $117.6 million
    The Chamber (1996, includes int'l): $22.5 million
    A Time to Kill (1996): $152.2 million
    The Rainmaker (1997, no int'l available): $45.9 million
    The Runaway Jury (2003): $80.1 million

    Per Box Office Mojo and worldwide grosses (when available). While Roger has his own ideas, I think the pattern is fairly clear. Runaway Jury, for instance, had a production budget of $60 million. Assume half of that for marketing and the movie did not break even in its original theatrical run. It never hit #1 in it's 19 weeks in the theater.
     

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