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  1. I'm kinda fascinated how... okay Detective Pikachu did? Like, the franchise is still well known, sells millions, the absurd GO Hype wasn't that long ago, and Ryan Reynolds has been an absolute audience darling since Deadpool, yet the movie just did...fine. It just strikes me as odd.

    1. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      It has a higher RT rating then three live action Disney remakes in a row.


      I see it a success in my book.

    2. Your Vest Friend

      Your Vest Friend

      There just seems to be a trend downwards for cinema in general outside of the Marvel stuff. Even TS4 is apparently feeling the pinch. 

    3. KHCast


      Maybe the stigma of “video game film” just seeped into society to the point people didn’t wanna risk wasting money 

    4. Red


      Endgame happened.

    5. Polkadi~☆


      It helped that it looked like a fun movie too. My family were into it, Detective Pikachu wears the fun of it on it’s sleeve.

      I do echo on how Marvel is sweeping up cinema, even if I’m contributing towards the issue. To be honest, not much is catching my interest in cinema as a fun film to watch, outside of things like Detective Pikachu and John Wick (which is a damn solid trilogy).

    6. Nix


      The movie didn't really keep its momentum going after the positive reception to the first trailer tbh.

      Being sandwiched by Endgame and Aladdin probably didn't help much either,

    7. Polkadi~☆


      Oh, the movie only did okay? Endgame is the reason, I can tell you now; that movie dominated cinema for a while.

      Funny, it was the opposite in Japan. Like, Endgame was still big, but Detective Pikachu was bigger.

    8. Dejimon11


      Yeah a lot of movies just weren’t doing super hot this year.  Shazam, Godzilla, Lego movie 2 etc

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