It appears fat Al's latest Climate Movie has bombed ranking 15th this passed weekend. Some days you also get good news.
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If you watch the whole thing, A secret will be revealed at the end:
Man-Bear-Pig is actually Al Gore
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The Sky is Falling, Part II?
Some foolish Hollywood group probably paid him a big advance anyway.
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He only proves that some turds do indeed float!
What a POS he is.
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Read his promotional interviews for the movie. He expressly states that he has been non-stop jet setting all over the world for years in order fulfill his "mission". His individual carbon footprint has to be approaching that of his entire hometown of Nashville by now.
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“By filling theaters, we can show Donald Trump and the other climate deniers in the White House that the American people are committed to climate action –– no matter what they do, say, or tweet!” Gore wrote in an email alert sent to his supporters on Friday August 4th, the day of his nationwide opening.
So by filling your pockets people will be sticking it to the man, eh Pope Gore?
How about you sell a few of your mansions, give up the private aircraft, and stop using AC? Maybe if you started living like you believed any of the bullshit you're selling, people might care. But we see right through you.
I'm sure thousands of theaters across the country spewing CO2 beverages and popcorn induced methane, occupying massive square footage requiring thousands of watts of power for lights and air conditioners are the enemy, right? Not if they're sending you residuals, I bet.
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So Algore invented two things: The internet and global warming/climate change.
He's quite a guy that man-bear-pig.
He and so many others need to just...go away.
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And, I'm sure it will win every award possible.
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According to Box Office Mojo, for the weekend of Aug 4-6, The Dark Tower opened at #1 grossing $19,153,698 at 3,451 screens for a $5,550 per screen average.
Dunkirk grossed $17,135,246 at 4014 screens for a $4,269 per screen average.
An Inconvenient Sequel grossed $961,193 at 180 screens for a $5,340 per screen average.
Draw what you will from that.
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I assume then, that the inverse is also true. In NOT filling theatres the American people are telling you and others that climate change is way down their list of priorities and you sir should just STFU.
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It's a matter of scale and perception. Movie distributors (not the makers) generally understand what they have and know what they're doing. Realizing that this movie would play to mostly empty theaters in the heartland, they opened in a limited number (180 versus roughly 4,200 for a movie like Wonder Woman) of theaters in more liberal areas where they could draw crowds. If it had opened in the same roughly 4,200 spots as WW, the return would have been two to four times higher, expenses would have been 15 or 20 times higher, and Box Office Mojo would have been calling it a bomb. Now, they claim high per theater returns to be able to convince more theaters to give it a try to attract some of the limited audience they didn't get on the first weekend.
Of course, a pile of dung can only be disguised so many ways, so as more people see it and realize that,, the "truth" about it will get out.
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As you could guess Rotten Tomatoes has it Certified Fresh with 77% critics, but audiences at 47%, not so much.
One reviewer called it, "the Zoolander 2 of Global Warming Documentaries."
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