The Photograph movie review, news,cast, rating with release date

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The Photograph movie release date
13 February 2020
The Photograph movie Rating
IMDB – 6.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes – 75%
Fandango – 82%
The Photograph movie Cast
Issa Rae as Mae Morton
Lakeith Stanfield as Michael Block
Chelsea Peretti as Sara Rodgers
Kelvin Harrison jr. as Andy Morrison
Chante Adams as Christina Eames
Jasmine Cephas Jones as Rachel Miller
Lil Rel Howery as Kyle
Teyonah Parris as Asia
Rob Morgan as Isaac Jefferson

“The Photograph” movie collection, news, review
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Producer Will Packer successfully mined the romantic genre with stories focusing on black characters with “What Men Want” and “About Last Night,” both released around February 14. “The Photograph” is more serious in its portrayal of a journalist who falls in love with the daughter of his subject. It got positive reviews, but its 41% drop (it was #2 for Friday, #5 Saturday) doesn’t portend ongoing success. The guessing was it would beat out Blumhouse’s “Fantasy Island,” another TV redo that wasn’t clamoring for rediscovery. As usual, the producer kept the cost down ($7 million) and came up with a curveball to add interest. The show was about mostly middle-aged people who paid to live out their dreams. Here, the emphasis was on horror possibilities, with R-rated gore. Reviews were awful, and the Cinema scores a terrible C-, but it somehow survived (Saturday was off 24%). Not likely to be around long, but likely profitable for Sony (which owned the rights, hence the partnership with normally Universal-releasing Blumhouse). As for “Downhill,” bad reviews doomed its chances for a slower rollout after its Sundance premiere. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell suggested a general-audience appeal, but this English-language comedic remake of the Swedish “Force Majeure” fell flat with under $5 million for three days. The theme of a husband panicking in reaction to a life-threatening avalanche perhaps was a mite awkward for couples for this weekend. Despite 2,301 theaters, it managed to place only #10.
The Photograph (Universal) NEW – Cinema score: B+; Met critic: 63; Est. budget: $16 million $12,270,000 in 2,516 theaters; PTA: $4,876; Cumulative: $12,270,000

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