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There’s no better example of a Hollywood movie made predominantly for foreign markets than XXX: THE RETURN OF XANDER CAGE (Huahua/Shanghai/Paramount), with its strongly international cast, non-stop action and nonsense plot.In the US, it’s not off to an exciting start, with $7M on Friday (including $1.2M from Thursday night) and a weekend around $18M.

Two films with major Oscar nomination hopes are riding high on word of mouth.20TH CENTURY WOMEN (Annapurna/A24) expanded to 650 theatres with marginal results of $350K on Friday and $1M for the weekend, in desperate need of some major Oscar nominations on Tuesday.Despite mostly rave reviews (although not from the NY Times), the dialogue-less animated art film THE RED TURTLE (Sony Classics) is headed to a mediocre $6K weekend per-theatre average at 3.That’s nowhere near the $17.3M/$44.5M for the original XXX in 2002, although it’s better than the $4.2M/$12.7M for the Vin Diesel-less 2005 sequel, and it needs to recoup about $175M in production/marketing costs.But the important numbers for Return will be overseas, where the film opened in much of the world this weekend.The symptoms vary from person to person, with some women being more affected than others.

Symptoms may include tall stature, vertical skin folds that may cover the inner corners of the eyes (epicanthal folds), poor muscle tone, and a curve in the 5th finger towards the 4th.

ROGUE ONE (Lucasfilm/Disney) should have a $7M weekend that keeps it on the road to $525-530M in the US. MONSTER TRUCKS (Paramount) fell 46% Friday-to-Friday for $1.4M, and will barely be above $20M by Sunday.

PATRIOTS DAY (CBS/Lionsgate) fared even worse, down 59% from last Friday to $1.6M for a $5-6M weekend and unlikely to get much above $35M in the US when it’s done.

Usually there is no other physical differences and normal fertility.

Occasionally there are learning difficulties, decreased muscle tone, seizures, or kidney problems.

Things got still worse for SLEEPLESS (Open Road), down 67% Friday-to-Friday to $1M, on its way to a $20M US total.