Prince Mohammad Bin Soman, Washington Post, Netflix discussed on The Frame

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Let's just say they're not hammering nails in that scene reviews for the film were mixed to mediocre, and yet audiences can't seem to get enough of it. How important is it to filmmakers to see the numbers that bird boxes is yielding? Because then you could say actually, maybe more people would see it on the streaming service than if it was in a theater, I think that was the calculation, I know, those numbers are hugely important to see because I think, and I think that was what Netflix was thinking is that, you know, by kind of lifting the veil even a little bit. They are able to show kind of what the audience what the scope of the audience is. I mean, if you look at those forty two plus million accounts, you know, if you average it out in the US the average ticket prices nine dollars. You know, it really does point to Seattle opening week, you know, in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Now, that's a lot of extrapolating and a lot of you know, variables in there. But I think it is a huge huge audience. I mean, they have no intention of turning back there really all in on the movie business. So let's talk about it social media phenomenon that relates to net flix, and it's something that a few people aren't watching right now. And that's Patriot Act with Haas on montage. Here's a clip just a few months ago, prom prince Mohammad bin soman, aka NBS was hailed as the reformer the Arab world needed. But the revelations about kashogi is killing have shattered that image blows my mind that it took the killing of a Washington Post journalist for everyone to go. I guess he's really not a reformer. Meanwhile, every Muslim person, you know, was like,.

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