With Los Angeles and New York completely peeling back restrictions on theater capacity for the first weekend, we are starting to see rays of hope illuminate the limited release space. Meet The Blacks 2 blasted expectations last week by posting a $1M+ debut. Just two days later, Bố Già crossed the million-dollar mark on 47 screens, the widest theater count for any Vietnam film in the domestic market.
This week, The Sparks Brothers, the documentary debut of director Edgar Wright, took its turn electrifying the arthouse space.
The Sparks Brothers details the five-decade journey of the influential but often overlooked group that you might say is your favorite band’s favorite band, still drawing influential crowds to their shows. The pic, born out of Wright’s first encounter with Sparks