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Oogieloves Do Not Get Much Love

The Oogieloves — Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie — set out to find five magical balloons that will make their good friend Schluufy’s surprise birthday party.

The movie is one of the biggest bombs ever.

BoxOfficeGuru reports, “Finding no takers this weekend was the new kidpic The Oogieloves which debuted outside the Top 20 with a pitiful $610,057 over four days. The G-rated film for pre-schoolers averaged a dismal $282 from 2,160 theaters which averaged out to about three tickets sold per showtime.”

Spoiler Alert: Washington Post reviewer spills the beans.

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7 September 2012 movies 3 Comments


  • MWH1980 says:

    I remember seeing the preview for this before I saw ‘Brave’ this summer, and all I could think was, “…um, that can’t be real. It has to be a gag commercial.”

  • 5oclockshadow says:

    They should have led off with a TV show first. How did they think anyone would come see this when nobody knows who or what they are. I also think parents are getting burnt out on the Barney/Teletubbie era. Plus these things are creepy looking.

  • Tom says:

    That’s weird, it looks like a great movie and the marketing was so pervasive!
    Their helmets look to be made from turtle shells?

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