Big stars, big budgets don't always e...

Big stars, big budgets don't always equal big box office

There are 1 comment on the story from Jan 4, 2011, titled Big stars, big budgets don't always equal big box office. In it, reports that:

On paper, they were destined to be megahits. "The Tourist," "How Do You Know" and "Gulliver's Travels" should have heated up the box office during the cold and snowy final weeks of the year, drawing audiences to the multiplex with the promise of A-list stars, romance and, in one case, family-friendly comedy.

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Sugar Cookie

Spring, TX

#1 Jan 4, 2011
It's time for some new topics. It kind of makes one want to hurl when it's 2011 and there are old topics from 2008. Everybody start at least one new topic today. What do you say?

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