As promised a few weeks ago, Phil, Jamie, and the master of predictions Mr. Shawn Robbins of BoxOffice.com have returned to do battle once more in an epic show which we are proud to present in our classic Movie Moan format of full-on video enhanced glory.
I'm sure you folks know the drill by now (and I explain it all again in the show anyhow). We've cast our eyes at 15 of this Winter's biggest film releases, covering November and December, and will each make our prediction on each film's US domestic gross. For some reason, Phil thought this would be a tighter show than the summer version; fat chance of that.
So don't forget to join in too. Leave your predictions in the comments section below and if you could present it in a nice little list like the one you see below it would be a big help to me when collating the results for February's follow up. If you want to skip to a specific prediction then here are the cliff notes:
5:10 mins - Wreck It Ralph
14:35 mins - Flight
21:40 mins - Skyfall
36:10 mins - Lincoln
46:25 mins - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
56:15 mins - Rise Of The Guardians
64:50 mins - Life Of Pi
71:10 mins - Red Dawn
75:15 mins - The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
92:40 mins - Monsters Inc. 3D
97:55 mins - Zero Dark Thirty
101:10 mins - Jack Reacher
106:40 mins - This Is 40
107:20 mins - Django Unchained
112:50 mins - Les Miserables
NOTE: Shawn is so deseperate to win on his crazy Hobbit prediction that he emailed me after we recorded to qualify his answer further. So here it is:
"The Hobbit goes as Howard Shore goes. I'm a believer in strong musical scores either carrying an otherwise mediocre movie and/or elevating a great movie to an even higher status. Without him, as great as LOTR is, it would lose a lot... and I think a similar principle applies for the Hobbit movies. He's the John Williams to this franchise's Star Wars. The question is how strong his new score will be."
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