A company analyzing reactions on social media. I haven't seen those comments but I don't search for joke names.
Surely not "proper" fans but because the comments are positive they are being called fans, I guess.
The James Bond comments sound silly and I haven't seen them, neither.
I saw a Russian site calling Penkovsky, a traitor, and a guy saying that Wynne was a fabricator and shouldn't be taken seriously. That's true but the movie isn't based in his books and the part of him being used as an amateur spy, having a close relationship with Penkovsky and both being arrested is true.
It seems the actual were less than the estimates last weekend,
Last weekend Lionsgate's Chaos Walking and Roadside Attractions' The Courier finished close to one another with respective third place and fourth place grosses of $1.92 million and $1.89 million. While critical reviews for The Courier have been significantly stronger than those for Chaos Walking and the location count difference between the two films will shrink somewhat this weekend, Chaos Walking could remain just ahead of The Courier in this weekend's rankings, thanks in part to The Courier coming off of its opening weekend and in part to The Courier likely taking the bigger direct hit of the two films from this weekend's debut of Nobody. Look for Chaos Walking to decline 27 percent this weekend to take fourth with $1.40 million and for The Courier to decrease 28 percent to round out this weekend's top five with $1.35 million.
So is, understandably even in pre-Covid times, Benedict Cumberbatch’s rock-solid Cold War spy flick The Courier, which will earn $1.01 million (-46%) over the weekend for a $3.443 million ten-day cume.