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AMC’s The Walking Dead and I have a strange relationship in that I watch it but don’t particularly care for it.I can’t really tell you why I tune in every week, but it has something to do with my great love for the comic books and a desire to see horror on television, mostly regardless of quality.The books by Robert Kirkman have always had a bit of melodrama about them, but the show has often taken that to obvious, soap opera levels.“The Walking Dead” comics feature a great cast of characters with complex motivations and relationships.
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We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and woud very much appreciate you clicking through to view the full article on Film School Rejects.com] John Carter lightly transported itself into theaters this past weekend, securing a relatively meager $30m opening domestically, though it managed to secure another $70m internationally.
While I will eventually make a defense of the economics at play here, it is hard to argue that John Carter isn’t a domestic failure, considering it came in second to The Lorax, which debuted a full week earlier.
On top of that, John Carter has a suspected $250m budget with marketing costs guestimated in the $100m range, for a total investment of around $350m.
The critics have been somewhat kind to the civil war veteran’s debut – while the average review seems to be “it’s alright,” there have certainly been some hyperbolic highs and very few hyperbolic lows.