By - Opposite_Carpenter84
S/o to the guy who called it two weeks ago
That guy said October 7.
what was his name
I have absolutely no idea.
True. I didn’t see a Monday the week before coming.
But I was right about that slot being DC League of Super Pets. So, half credit.
it's the kind of movie you watch once and then never think about again.
...unless you have kids.
I mean, the Post Credits Scene is a fun tease to another movie.
But for how long?
Until September 30th probably
Should have been a streaming movie from the get go imo.
Be honest have you seen it?
I would have if it were on streaming.
I can tell from your comment alone you never saw it.
The movie shouldn’t have went straight to streaming. It was actually very good and hilarious. See it first before you assume it’s just some shitty straight to DVD movie
I literally just said that.
I’m hype for it but never put the effort in to see it, due to the sheer amount of Marvel movies I gotta be seeing rn and how I don’t wanna spend a months paycheck of money going to the movies, I’ve had to compromise
Anyone tired of Dwayne "always plays the same character, no there will not be a love interest, aka the Rock" Johnson?
So this got 3 weeks of PVOD? Guess it was another PVOD bomb like Elvis that is just getting dumped quickly to HBO Max!
The big question is why anybody would pay PVOD for Warner Bros movies if they are just going to arrive on HBO Max 3-4 week later? Seems a strange business model. If they commit to PVOD they surely have to give it 8-10 weeks like Universal?
What do you mean bomb elvis was number one in pvod
So what? Moonfall was number 2 at the Box Office the week it got released. It was still a massive fucking bomb.
If Elvis was selling well on PVOD they would not have rushed it to SVOD just 4 weeks later.
How can they afford to stream this?