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Jonas Brothers Film Underperforms

Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience opened this weekend with only $12.7 million at the box office, far less than analysts had expected. What do you think?
  • "This isn't exactly the first time the Jonas Brothers have 'underperformed,' if you know what I'm saying. I had sex with the Jonas Brothers. Every last one!"

    Becca Robinson Unemployed
  • “They probably didn’t extend their arms toward the camera enough. That’s pretty much the main reason why people go see 3-D movies.”

    Ian Killeen Systems Analyst
  • “I was going to go. Then I remembered I was a middle-aged man crippled with responsibility.”

    Ron Keefe I.T. Specialist

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