Originally Posted by Webhead38
I think the sequel is in trouble because the DVD sales have been okay but nothing big to write home about. I think the studio was hoping to find another audience in the secondary market, that didn't go see it during a very crowded summer. Personally I enjoyed the movie. It has it's own unique flavor and people either got it or they didn't it. I think the average person doesn't know anything about GL and so the story's simplicity was called out as a result.
The DVD/Bd sales have been VERY good for a movie that only made £116 million domestic. Its blu-ray sales werent far off that of First Class and its DVD sales have been comparable to Thor, both of which were a lot more successful at the BO and with critics than Green Lantern was. I'd say competing with those 2 in the home market means that GL is doing very well there.
2015 movie ratings out of 10:
1)Mad Max: Fury Road-9(2)Kingsman: The Secret Service-9(3)Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation-9(4)The Martian-8.5(5)Ex Machina-8.5(6)Jurassic World-8.5(7)Ant Man-8.5(8)Avengers: Age Of Ultron-8(9)Spectre-8(10)John Wick-8(11)It Follows-8(12)The Interview-7.5(13)Terminator: Genisys-6.5(14)Chappie-6