Super Mario Bros. The Film exceeds 13.2 million euros two weeks after its release in Italian cinemas, a solid debut for the controversial and criticized The Pope’s Exorcist starring Russell Crowe.
The triumphal march continues Super Mario Bros. The Movie al box office italiano. stable in the lead for the second consecutive week, the animated film collects another 3.8 million euros which brings the film, the best result ever for a video game adaptation, to a total of 13.2 million and a global gross of 678 millions. Here is our review of Super Mario Bros. The Movie. In the new big-screen adaptation of the cult video game Super Mario Bros., Chris Pratt voices Mario and Charlie Day voices Luigi. Anya Taylor-Joy, the star of the series The Queen of Chess, is Princess Peach. Jack Black voices the villain Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson as Kamek and comedian Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike.
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Good debut for The Pope’s Exorcist, with Russell Crowe in the role of the real exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth. Despite the not exactly positive reviews and the Vatican’s attack, which criticized the inventions and splatter present in the story, which we also talk about in our review of The Pope’s Exorcist, the film opens in second place with 1 million euros takings in 326 theaters and 146,402 admissions.
The Pope’s Exorcist: Russell Crowe is Father Amorth in the trailer of the film Sony
Third position for Air – The story of the great leap, a film directed and interpreted by Ben Affleck which tells the behind-the-scenes story of the birth of Nike Air and their inventor. Another 770 thousand euros bring the film to a total of 2.2 million. Discover our review of Air – The story of the great leap.
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To find the first Italian title we have to wait for the fourth position, where we find the debut of Scordato, a new film written and directed by Rocco Papaleo and interpreted by him together with the singer-songwriter Giorgia and Simone Corbisiero, which opens with 357,000 euros in receipts from 311 cinemas. As our review of Scordato reveals, in the film Papaleo plays Orlando, a mild piano tuner, tormented by back pain, he changes when he meets Olga, a charming physiotherapist, who diagnoses him with an “emotional” contracture and asks him to bring her one of his photos as a young man, so that she can help him solve his problems. The unusual request will push Orlando to travel and almost like a spectator to relive the events of his life that made him the solitary and “contracted” man he is today.
Downhill John Wick 4, fifth after four weeks with a collection of 330,000 euros which brings it to a total of over 5.1 million. As our John Wick 4 review teases, a battered John Wick joins forces with the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) to take on the Great Table, a council of twelve crime lords who govern the most powerful criminal organizations in the underworld. With the bounty on his head mounting, Wick takes his fight against the High Table in pursuit of the underworld’s most powerful members, from New York to Paris, Osaka to Berlin.