Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Hormones rage on for a second week

The GMM Tai Hub teen romantic comedy Pid Term Yai Huajai (Hormones) topped the Thai box office for the second week in a row, racking up more than US$2 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

The No. 2 film was, unsurprisingly, Baan Phee Perb, a ghost comedy from Sahamongkol starring Jaturong Mokjok and the usual cavalcade of Thai comedians. It banked $228,978.

Other new releases in Thailand were The Water Horse, Neil Marshall's Doomsday (which is really cool!), Fool's Gold, Awake and An Empress and the Warriors, which has been released here only with a Thai-dubbed soundtrack and no English subtitles. Think I will pass. If I want to watch Donnie Yen, I'll put in the DVD of SPL.

With this week's releases of Nak, Dream Team and Art of the Devil 3, will Hormones hang on for a third week? Which one will topple it?

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