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Just Released: May 3
THE CHOICE PG-13
Moviegoer Opinions:
Based on a theater exit polling of 49 moviegoers: 
CHILDREN: The two kids loved "The Choice."
TEENS: Great reviews from the two ladies and the one male also enjoyed it very much.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: One male loved "The Choice," one rated it "average" and the last one rated it "below average." Half the ladies enjoyed it very much and half felt it was an "average" movie (enjoyable but nothing special or memorable).
ADULTS: Great Reviews! Both the males and females had a high percentage who loved "The Choice."

Cinema Review Prediction: (before opinions)
Reactions will be best with women, especially older ones, and on the whole reactions should be good. Men in general will not enjoy as much, and younger adults won't be as enthusiastic as older ones.

Average critic rating:
Below Average (Roger Ebert)
Average (NY Post)
Poor (Slant Magazine)

 ***** 

THE 5TH WAVE PG-13
Moviegoer Opinions:
Based on a theater exit polling of 91 moviegoers: 
CHILDREN: The kids loved "The 5th Wave."
TEENS: Great reviews from both the males and females. Half the males and three-quarters of the females loved "The 5th Wave." The remaining males and many of the females rated it "above average."
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: One male loved it, one enjoyed it very much and one felt it was an "average" movie. Two of the five ladies loved it with the remaining three indicating they enjoyed it very much.
ADULTS: The adult reviews are a bit on the low side, but certainly not bad. Half the males indicated that they enjoyed it very much. Unfortunately, the remaining half felt it was only an "average" movie (enjoyable but nothing special or memorable). The female reviews are a bit better since nearly 40% loved it with close to another 20% indicating that they enjoyed it very much. Like the males, there was a fairly high percentage who weren't real impressed and felt it was just an "average" movie.

Cinema Review Prediction: (before opinions)
Reactions will be best with the target audience of teens and young adults, especially females, and on the whole reactions should be good. Females in general will enjoy more than males. Older adults will not be as enthusiastic.

Average critic rating:
Below Average (Roger Ebert)
Good (USA Today)
Poor (NY Post)
Below Average (Slant Magazine)

 ***** 

JOY PG-13
Moviegoer Opinions:
Based on a theater exit polling of 85 moviegoers:
TEENS: The one male and three females all loved "Joy."
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: Two of the three males rated it "good/average" but the third male indicated that he hated it. (Since this low review isn't consistent with the other reviews, it's likely just someone acting silly with their questionnaire.)
ADULTS: Good but not great reviews from both the males and females. About 40% of males and females loved it with another 25% of males and 30% of females indicating they enjoyed it very much. Unfortunately, the remaining reviews indicate just an average movie (enjoyable but nothing special or memorable).

Cinema Review Prediction: (before opinions)
Reactions will be best with the target audience of women of all ages, and as a whole reactions should be good. Older adults will enjoy more than younger ones.

Average critic rating:
Good (Roger Ebert)
Average (USA Today)
Good (NY Post)

 ***** 

A ROYAL NIGHT OUT PG-13
Moviegoer Opinions:
Based on a theater exit polling of 12 moviegoers: 
Unfortunately, we weren't able to collect very many reviews but, fortunately, the few reviews we were able to collect clearly show that virtually everyone enjoyed "A Royal Night Out" very much with most indicating that they loved it.

Cinema Review Prediction: (before opinions)
Reactions will be good for this light comedy, with females definitely enjoying more than males. While focusing on younger characters, older viewers may appreciate more than younger ones.

Average critic rating:
Average (NY Post)

 *****

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