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Erin E. Fraser
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Erin E. Fraser 19h
I love this little volcano tiki mug, it's the perfect mug for the summer. 2016, Mookie for…
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smoonie Jun 24
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 24
We get breakfast from La Boule every Saturday
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Every single time I make myself avocado toast for lunch, as opposed to going out for sushi, I just watch that home onwership dream flit away
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Allan Mott Jun 23
Just so everyone knows, DANGAL is a truly great sports movie. You totally forget the wrestling scenes aren't real.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Someone released some noxious gas at a screening.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Replying to @Axe2811
Yeah our library only had the colourized version, so I am interested to watch this one.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Replying to @chelseachan
YAY! Let me know what you think!
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Replying to @Axe2811
Original!
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Replying to @chelseachan
Are you going to watch DANGAL? Because it's pretty amazing. One of the highest grossing non-English films of all time.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
So the theatres treat the films as rentals & wouldn't report the box office, because it's not their business they are just providing a venue
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
South Indian films don't get booked & programmed in the same was as others & generally the groups acting as distributors rent out the cinema
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
This is partly because our largest national chain has a self-imposed ban on Tamil cinema.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Most South Indian films play at small, independent theatres and are distributed by local groups, there's no national distribution.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
But also I suspect that many theatres in Canada don't report their box office on South Indian films.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
More people live in California than in all of Canada.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Well there's also the factor that movies are always going to make less in Canada because we have nine times less people than the states.
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Erin E. Fraser Jun 23
Also, for all of those who want to broaden their knowledge of world cinema, MUGHAL-E-AZAM is now on Netflix Canada.
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