Did I do that right? Anyway, what I mean to say in the title is that the Tiger box office is finally dropping off. And nothing else has shown up to pick up the slack, so it is yet another bleak and dreary week at the box office. Well, except for China where Indian films reign supreme.
Not a good movie. Really really not. Terrible script, and casting mistakes. And then a lot of money poured on top which just serves to make the flaws stand out even more. Like bright lighting on a really really ugly statue. Anyway, save your money and skip the film, just read this instead! Which I almost never say, but in this case, yes. It’s the best thing to do.
Well, this was agony. I saw on twitter before work that it would be coming out this morning, and then I had to wait and wait and wait until I was finally able to watch it when I got home. And now I have!
Do you know what they have in common? Well, not a lot. But there is Indian industry news creeping out which makes me sit up and go “Hey! I just heard this in the American industry about Matt Damon!”
Indian film has a very complicated relationship with China, reflecting India’s complicated relationship China. To help understand it, in honor of this holiday, here is a nice story followed by 5 examples of not so great film moments. Fun!