Antwone Fisher and Nemesis sales

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Jimmy Kustes, May 29, 2003.

  1. Jimmy Kustes

    Jimmy Kustes Agent

    Apr 15, 2003
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    Here are the DVD sales charts for the week ending on May 18th, according to They even have DVD rentals, VHS sales, and VHS rentals in their market data section. I'm too lazy to post all that though.

    Cartoon-related DVDs are in caps.

    Title-------------------This Week------Last Week--Wks on Chart
    Star Trek Nemesis-----------1--------------NEW-------------1
    Antwone Fisher Wide--------2--------------NEW-------------1
    25th Hour-------------------3-------------NEW-------------1
    The Matrix------------------4--------------1---------------94
    Sex In The City 4th---------5--------------NEW-------------1
    Catch Me If You Can Wide---6--------------4----------------3
    Children of Dune-------------8-------------NEW--------------1
    HP Chamber Of Secrets Wide-9--------------7----------------7
    ATLANTIS 2----------------10--------------NEW-------------1
    The Hot Chick--------------11--------------2----------------2
    TREASURE PLANET----------13--------------6----------------4
    Analyze That (wide)--------14--------------3----------------2
    Dances w/Wolves SE-------15-------------NEW--------------1
    Miller's Crossing------------16-------------NEW--------------1
    Catch Me If You Can Full---17--------------10---------------3
    SPIRITED AWAY-----------18--------------18----------------6
    Antwone Fisher Full--------19--------------NEW--------------1
    Barton Fink----------------20--------------NEW--------------1
  2. Dean Kousoulas

    Dean Kousoulas Second Unit

    Jul 15, 2002
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    It's good to see that Star Trek and Antwone Fisher at the top of the list since they didn't really do well at the box office. It's even better to see widescreen kicking the crap out of foolscreen.

  3. Travis_W

    Travis_W Supporting Actor

    Aug 8, 2000
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    Antwone Fisher FS at 18....HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

    It's pretty cool to see tha the fullscreen version of Nemesis is nowhere to be seen on the chart-thought it was dumb to release two versions for that one.
  4. Paul Arnette

    Paul Arnette Cinematographer

    Jul 16, 2002
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    With Antowne Fisher making more money in its home video release than its theatrical one, one has to wonder when we'll start seeing these types of films go direct-to-video.

    Personally, I think it is a good idea. I've enough invested in my home theater that I generally only reserve going to the theater now for "event" movies, like X2 and Matrix Reloaded, but I am becoming even more selective still. I probably will not see Finding Nemo or The Hulk in the theaters. Still on the fence about T3.

    Anyway, as home theater technology is simplified and costs come down, I think it'll be more and more likely that small-market films go direct-to-video. I think Hollywood will have to work a bit at removing the direct-to-video stigma though to make it work effectively.
  5. Chad A Wright

    Chad A Wright Supporting Actor

    Jul 22, 2002
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    I love my home theater, and everytime I see a movie at the theater, my first thought is, "Wow, I can't wait to get that on DVD." That being said, there is nothing like the movie theater experience. It's a magical place. I go there to enjoy a film. When I get it on DVD, I watch it to see the things I missed the first time and to see how it was made. DVD is also great for sharing a film you love with friends. There just isn't anything like seeing a movie for the first time at a theater.

    But that's just me.

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