Kind of cool, though, that it was released a week before the US market.
Otherwise, not a lot of insights to add. Yet another film with a ONCE UPON A TIME English title opened, but no one seemed to care. Really, that title should be retired, like Wayne Gretzky or Michael Jordan's jersey.
Not sure what I think of the manga adaptation ANTIQUE. Very middling advertising campaign. Love that food pr0n, but this was not a great example of the genre.
|This Week||Title............................................||Release Date||Screens Nationwide||Weekend Revenue (bil. won)||Total Revenue (bil. won)|
|1.||Quantum of Solace||11.05||574||4.48||5.72|
|2.||My Wife Got Married (Anaega Gyeolhonhaessda - Korean)||10.23||386||1.42||9/83|
|3.||The Bank Job||10.30||250||0.69||2.50|
|5.||Fly Me to the Moon||10.30||179||0.33||0.78|
|6.||Once Upon a Time in Seoul (Sonyeon-eun Ulji Anhneunda - Korean)||11.06||241||0.33||0.40|
|8.||Body of Lies||10.23||260||0.26||3.59|
|9.||Antique (Seoyangroldongyang-gwajeom aentikeu - Korean)||11.13||181||0.23||0.24|
|10.||Good & Bye||10.30||166||0.14||0.68|
PS: Forget to mention -- Zach Snyder was in town on Monday, shilling for THE WATCHMEN. And like a total idiot, I forgot to go. I am really hating myself right now. THE WATCHMEN is looking great and it is one of my favorite comic books ever. Sigh.