Another feminist movie bombs at the box office

In the interest of full disclosure, I loved the 1970's Charlie's Angels.  The show was about three women who were women first rather than political activists sending messages about this or that. Over the weekend, a new version came out, and it did not do very well, according to early accounts: "Charlie's Angels" ... wasn't able to entice its core audience of younger females and arrived well behind domestic box office projections (the studio was anticipating a start closer to $13 million). Though co-financing partners will help offset any potential losses for Sony, "Charlie's Angels" will now rely on overseas audiences to help recoup its $48 million production budget. At the international box office, the film bowed with $19 million. Despite mostly positive reviews and a B+ CinemaScore, analysts note that "Charlie's Angels," joining the likes of recent underperforming blockbuster-hopefuls like "Doctor...(Read Full Post)
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