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O’seas B.O. on hold

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When release skeds are dotted with losers like "Osmosis Jones" and "The Animal" in the U.K.; "Glitter," "Town and Country" and "One Night at McCool's" in Australia; and "Captain Corelli's Mandolin"…

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Big pics rolling on

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Big films scored in small markets last week while the B.O. drooped in most major territories, suffering from a paucity of compelling new releases. Among the sparse highlights, "The Others" wowed Hong…

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No zip for ‘Zoolander’

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Typifying a generally flat weekend overseas, "Zoolander" was scarcely a fashion plate in its foreign preem in Mexico, while "Don't Say a Word" did reasonably well in its first offshore tryouts in…

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‘K’ leads the pack

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"K-PAX" put the kibosh on the competish with a respectable estimated $17.5 million during the pre-Halloween Friday-Sunday frame. The weekend also saw fresh scare fare showing solid results with…

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French impressing

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It has been a record year for French movies at the U.S. box office. In the first 10 months of 2001, the top 10 Gallic pics have grossed nearly $17.5 million -- twice as much as the whole of last year.

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Teutons seeing red

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Germany saw smart but not scintillating bows by "The Fast and the Furious" and "Moulin Rouge" over the weekend while "American Pie 2" kept cookin' in the U.K. and "The Princess Diaries" captivated…

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Laughter reigning

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There's little peace, love and understanding in the real world right now, so it's no surprise that romantic comedies and straight-out laffers are drawing cinemagoers around the world.

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