“Fair Game” gets foul reception at the box office

by editor on December 3, 2010

Even liberals won’t show up at the box office for Sean Penn’s latest lunacy.

Fair Game, Penn’s movie about poor, innocent Valerie Plame and the evil Bush administration, is a dog. A flop. A bomb. A stinkeroo. A total box office failure.

The movie, which stars serial liberal wacko Penn and Naomi Watts, has rung up a paltry $4,393,000 in American ticket sales in 21 days of release. It’s worldwide take is just $9,349,628.

Considering that it cost $21 million to make, the investors are taking a well-deserved bath.

In comparison, Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, the number one movie in the country, has brought in $170,000,000 in seven days, which proves that there is a market for fantasy films, just not for liberal fantasies.

Here. Here’s the 2-minute trailer. Watch it and consider yourself lucky you didn’t plunk down any money to see the whole movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIvgZ4OngaI

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Hardliner1269
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Hardliner1269

Who would guess that a lame hollyweird film based on pure revisionist history by the Libtards/New Castrati would fail at the box office? When all along it was not Scooter Libby but Richard Armitage who outed her. I bet that was conveniently left out of the film. The critics at Washington Post {for once did their job} lambasted all the lies in this film. Go check it out on Newsbusters also.

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KimmyQueen
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LOLOLOLOLOLOL *gasps for air* LOLOLOLOLOLOL

Gigabyte
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Gigabyte

Penn’s best role was as Spicoli in “Ridgemont High.” EVERY role he has played since has been worse. He is a less than mediocre actor who, in a normal and just world might be playing bit parts in B movies. Instead, because of his vocal and activist liberal bent, he is fawned over in Hollweird. This movie is yet further evidence that while leftist actors/producers/writers/critics etc. trip all over their peters in trying to praise one another for their liberal-leaning films, most of America could care less. Another of a dozen or so movies in the last few years that have tanked at the box office and will soon be in the bargain bin at your local Dollar General (probably within a year).

Warren
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Hey now… I really liked the game. I think it was as good as Ridgemont high…In fact I enjoyed it more.

I know he wasn’t the main cast member, but he was in it 🙂

MacAoidh
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What he did to Robert Penn Warren’s masterpiece (All The King’s Men) should have landed him in Gitmo or Abu Ghraib.

Thanks to Larry Elder, who eviscerated this hideous film at Townhall.com today: http://townhall.com/columnists/LarryElder/2010/12/09/the_wikileaks_vindication_of_george_w_bush/page/full/

JPTravis
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$9,349,628 worldwide, eh? That’s so puny we can almost count the viewers individually. Let’s see, $10 from Hugo Chavez, $20 from Fidel Castro and his brother, $10 from George Clooney, $10 from Matt Damon…

Plainsman
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Plainsman

Come on JP, you KNOW that Fidel and his bro would get the senior citizen discount.

Elrond Hubbard
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Elrond Hubbard

Another piece of fiction from the Hollywood propaganda factory; adored by liberal reviewers, ignored by the public.

Sean Penn an actor of modest skills but he’s a political imbecile. A man who admires Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro, Sean once said that journalists who call Hugo a dictator should be jailed.

Navyvet
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Navyvet

Is not Sean Penn the ugliest person in Hollyweird? In my book he cant act either. Even before he started shooting off his mouth advertising his crazyness, I couldnt stand the guy.
BTW Alan, you are dead right about Roger Ebert. I appreciate Ebert’s opinion though. I never see anything he likes. Learned that a long time ago.

perlcat
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Movie critics are fail for one reason — they review movies based upon movie reviewer criteria — most people go to see a movie because they want entertainment. I have no idea why anybody pays those morons, as this has been going on for years. If they hate a movie, odds are near 100% that people will love it.

I think that they should lock Ebert in a room with ‘Ishtar’ and make him watch it until he quits the review business.

Alan
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Alan

Hey, Roger Ebert loved it! Which tells me all I need to know…

Warren
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I seriously think people, both Conservative and Liberal alike, are getting tired of Bush being blamed for everything.

nuke
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nuke

I keep hearing ol’ Bush in the background yelling: “MISS ME YET!”

Grammar Fuhrer
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Grammar Fuhrer

I stopped after 50 seconds. Uggg