Act of Valor

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $70,012,847Details
International Box Office $12,484,188
Worldwide Box Office $82,497,035
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $24,849,166 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,930,247 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $40,779,413
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Act of Valor takes audiences deep into the secretive world of the most elite, highly trained group of warriors in the modern world. When the rescue of a kidnapped CIA operative leads to the discovery of a deadly terrorist plotagainst the U.S., a team of SEALs is dispatched on a worldwide manhunt. As the valiant men of Bandito Platoon race to stop a coordinated attack that couldkill and wound thousands of American civilians, they must balance their commitment to country, team and their families back home. Each time they accomplish their mission, a new piece of intelligence reveals another shocking twist to the deadly terror plot, which stretches from Chechnya to the Philippines and from Ukraine to Somalia. The widening operation sends the SEALs across the globe as they track the terrorist ring to the U.S.-Mexico border, where they engage in an epic firefight with an outcome that has potentially unimaginable consequences for the future of America.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
25% - Rotten
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$12,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 24th, 2012 (Wide) by Relativity
Video Release: June 5th, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence including some torture, and for language.
(Rating bulletin 2201, 12/14/2011)
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Non Professional Actor, Terrorism, Secret Agent, Rescue, Inspired by a True Story, Special Ops
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Blu-ray Sales: New Releases Lose to the Game

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Blu-ray Sales: John Carter Acts Up

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office is Stuffed

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Weekend Predictions: How Hungry are Moviegoers?

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Weekend Wrap-Up: 21 Jumps High, but Overall Box Office Low

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Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Jump at a Quality Release?

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Lorax has a Sustainable Run

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Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases Be Silent?

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Lorax Parties On Top of the Chart

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Weekend Predictions: Will Lorax Chop Down the Competition?

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Valor Acts Up

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Weekend Estimates: Act of Valor Scores Strong Win

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Weekend Predictions: Is the Box Office Looking Good or Good Enough?

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Cast

Roselyn Sanchez    Agent Morales
Alex Veadov   
Jason Cottle   
Nestor Serrano   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Mike "Mouse" McCoy
Director    Scott Waugh
Producer    Scott Waugh
Editor    Scott Waugh
Executive Producer    Max Leitman
Screenwriter    Kurt Johnstad
Cinematographer    Shane Hurlbut
Post-Production Supervisor    Jacob Rosenberg
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Jason Clark
Producer    Mike "Mouse" McCoy
Producer    Max Leitman
Editor    Michael Tronick
Composer    Nathan Furst
Music Supervisor    Peter Afterman
Music Supervisor    Alison Litton
Production Designer    John Zachary
Art Director    Randy Ser
Set Decorator    Julie Kaye Fanton
Costume Designer    Erica Clum
Sound    Gene F. Martin
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert Webber
Sound Re-Recording Mixer    Jeffrey J. Haboush
Re-recording Mixer    Larry Benjamin
Re-recording Mixer    Eric Justen
Visual Effects Supervisor    Siobhan Mary Prior
Special Effects Supervisor    Dan Cangemi
Stunt Coordinator    Chad Randall
Line Producer    Greg Haggart
Assistant Director    Robert Phillips
Casting    Nancy Nayor Battino

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/24 1 $9,046,858   3,039 $2,977   $9,046,858 1
2012/02/25 1 $9,478,265 +5% 3,039 $3,119   $18,525,123 2
2012/02/26 1 $5,951,509 -37% 3,039 $1,958   $24,476,632 3
2012/02/27 1 $1,947,483 -67% 3,039 $641   $26,424,115 4
2012/02/28 1 $1,992,519 +2% 3,039 $656   $28,416,634 5
2012/02/29 1 $1,546,735 -22% 3,039 $509   $29,963,369 6
2012/03/01 1 $1,575,977 +2% 3,039 $519   $31,539,346 7
2012/03/02 3 $3,808,742 +142% 3,053 $1,248   $35,348,088 8
2012/03/03 3 $6,081,513 +60% 3,053 $1,992   $41,429,601 9
2012/03/04 3 $3,682,323 -39% 3,053 $1,206   $45,111,924 10
2012/03/05 3 $1,029,041 -72% 3,053 $337   $46,140,965 11
2012/03/06 3 $1,142,802 +11% 3,053 $374   $47,283,767 12
2012/03/07 3 $891,491 -22% 3,053 $292   $48,175,258 13
2012/03/08 3 $925,339 +4% 3,053 $303   $49,100,597 14
2012/03/09 5 $2,008,533 +117% 2,951 $681   $51,109,130 15
2012/03/10 4 $3,104,637 +55% 2,951 $1,052   $54,213,767 16
2012/03/11 4 $1,878,707 -39% 2,951 $637   $56,092,474 17
2012/03/12 4 $671,029 -64% 2,951 $227   $56,763,503 18
2012/03/13 4 $734,356 +9% 2,951 $249   $57,497,859 19
2012/03/14 4 $592,448 -19% 2,951 $201   $58,090,307 20
2012/03/15 4 $630,062 +6% 2,951 $214   $58,720,369 21
2012/03/16 5 $1,143,216 +81% 2,765 $413   $59,863,585 22
2012/03/17 5 $1,551,230 +36% 2,765 $561   $61,414,815 23
2012/03/18 4 $1,039,251 -33% 2,765 $376   $62,454,066 24
2012/03/19 5 $357,843 -66% 2,765 $129   $62,811,909 25
2012/03/20 5 $392,878 +10% 2,765 $142   $63,204,787 26
2012/03/21 5 $342,925 -13% 2,765 $124   $63,547,712 27
2012/03/22 5 $332,012 -3% 2,765 $120   $63,879,724 28
2012/03/23 7 $569,179 +71% 2,219 $257   $64,448,903 29
2012/03/24 5 $917,352 +61% 2,219 $413   $65,366,255 30
2012/03/25 5 $554,831 -40% 2,219 $250   $65,921,086 31
2012/03/26 6 $196,386 -65% 2,219 $89   $66,117,472 32
2012/03/27 6 $214,221 +9% 2,219 $97   $66,331,693 33
2012/03/28 5 $196,484 -8% 2,219 $89   $66,528,177 34
2012/03/29 5 $215,317 +10% 2,219 $97   $66,743,494 35
2012/03/30 8 $291,283 +35% 1,239 $235   $67,034,777 36
2012/03/31 8 $444,991 +53% 1,239 $359   $67,479,768 37
2012/04/01 8 $265,632 -40% 1,239 $214   $67,745,400 38
2012/04/02 7 $101,073 -62% 1,239 $82   $67,846,473 39
2012/04/03 8 $119,827 +19% 1,239 $97   $67,966,300 40
2012/04/04 9 $119,661 n/c 1,239 $97   $68,085,961 41
2012/04/05 8 $147,246 +23% 1,239 $119   $68,233,207 42
2012/04/06 12 $187,968 +28% 708 $265   $68,421,175 43
2012/04/07 11 $220,691 +17% 708 $312   $68,641,866 44
2012/04/08 13 $122,444 -45% 708 $173   $68,764,310 45
2012/04/09 12 $58,729 -52% 708 $83   $68,823,039 46
2012/04/10 11 $58,611 n/c 708 $83   $68,881,650 47
2012/04/11 11 $58,152 -1% 708 $82   $68,939,802 48
2012/04/12 11 $61,913 +6% 708 $87   $69,001,715 49
2012/04/13 - $75,461 +22% 352 $214   $69,077,176 50
2012/04/14 - $115,331 +53% 352 $328   $69,192,507 51
2012/04/15 - $64,967 -44% 352 $185   $69,257,474 52
2012/04/16 - $19,551 -70% 352 $56   $69,277,025 53
2012/04/17 - $20,551 +5% 352 $58   $69,297,576 54
2012/04/18 - $20,389 -1% 352 $58   $69,317,965 55
2012/04/19 - $23,193 +14% 352 $66   $69,341,158 56
2012/04/20 - $35,732 +54% 229 $156   $69,376,890 57
2012/04/21 - $60,394 +69% 229 $264   $69,437,284 58
2012/04/22 - $35,254 -42% 229 $154   $69,472,538 59
2012/04/23 - $11,493 -67% 229 $50   $69,484,031 60
2012/04/24 - $13,363 +16% 229 $58   $69,497,394 61
2012/04/25 - $11,799 -12% 229 $52   $69,509,193 62
2012/04/26 - $17,099 +45% 229 $75   $69,526,292 63
2012/04/27 - $43,846 +156% 285 $154   $69,570,138 64
2012/04/28 - $68,021 +55% 285 $239   $69,638,159 65
2012/04/29 - $43,312 -36% 285 $152   $69,681,471 66
2012/04/30 - $17,328 -60% 285 $61   $69,698,799 67
2012/05/01 - $18,993 +10% 285 $67   $69,717,792 68
2012/05/02 - $16,283 -14% 285 $57   $69,734,075 69
2012/05/03 - $16,501 +1% 285 $58   $69,750,576 70
2012/05/04 - $23,563 +43% 193 $122   $69,774,139 71
2012/05/05 - $30,151 +28% 193 $156   $69,804,290 72
2012/05/06 - $20,514 -32% 193 $106   $69,824,804 73
2012/05/07 - $8,688 -58% 193 $45   $69,833,492 74
2012/05/08 - $10,273 +18% 193 $53   $69,843,765 75
2012/05/09 - $9,279 -10% 193 $48   $69,853,044 76
2012/05/10 - $8,899 -4% 193 $46   $69,861,943 77
2012/05/11 - $12,233 +37% 118 $104   $69,874,176 78
2012/05/12 - $17,344 +42% 118 $147   $69,891,520 79
2012/05/13 - $12,437 -28% 118 $105   $69,903,957 80
2012/05/14 - $5,302 -57% 118 $45   $69,909,259 81
2012/05/15 - $6,019 +14% 118 $51   $69,915,278 82
2012/05/16 - $4,938 -18% 118 $42   $69,920,216 83
2012/05/17 - $5,269 +7% 118 $45   $69,925,485 84
2012/05/18 - $10,796 +105% 96 $112   $69,936,281 85
2012/05/19 - $16,718 +55% 96 $174   $69,952,999 86
2012/05/20 - $25,441 +52% 96 $265   $69,978,440 87
2012/05/21 - $3,561 -86% 96 $37   $69,982,001 88
2012/05/22 - $3,479 -2% 96 $36   $69,985,480 89
2012/05/23 - $3,812 +10% 96 $40   $69,989,292 90
2012/05/24 - $4,985 +31% 96 $52   $69,994,277 91
2012/05/25 - $2,061 -59% 39 $53   $69,996,338 92
2012/05/26 - $2,755 +34% 39 $71   $69,999,093 93
2012/05/27 - $3,405 +24% 39 $87   $70,002,498 94
2012/05/28 - $1,864 -45% 39 $48   $70,004,362 95
2012/05/29 - $492 -74% 39 $13   $70,004,854 96
2012/05/30 - $518 +5% 39 $13   $70,005,372 97
2012/05/31 - $708 +37% 39 $18   $70,006,080 98
2012/06/01 - $1,608 +127% 19 $85   $70,007,688 99
2012/06/02 - $1,236 -23% 19 $65   $70,008,924 100
2012/06/03 - $2,149 +74% 19 $113   $70,011,073 101
2012/06/04 - $231 -89% 19 $12   $70,011,304 102
2012/06/05 - $571 +147% 19 $30   $70,011,875 103
2012/06/06 - $291 -49% 19 $15   $70,012,166 104
2012/06/07 - $681 +134% 19 $36   $70,012,847 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/24 1 $24,476,632   3,039 $8,054   $24,476,632 3
2012/03/02 3 $13,572,578 -45% 3,053 $4,446   $45,111,924 10
2012/03/09 4 $6,991,877 -48% 2,951 $2,369   $56,092,474 17
2012/03/16 5 $3,733,697 -47% 2,765 $1,350   $62,454,066 24
2012/03/23 5 $2,041,362 -45% 2,219 $920   $65,921,086 31
2012/03/30 8 $1,001,906 -51% 1,239 $809   $67,745,400 38
2012/04/06 12 $531,103 -47% 708 $750   $68,764,310 45
2012/04/13 21 $255,759 -52% 352 $727   $69,257,474 52
2012/04/20 30 $131,380 -49% 229 $574   $69,472,538 59
2012/04/27 26 $155,179 +18% 285 $544   $69,681,471 66
2012/05/04 36 $74,228 -52% 193 $385   $69,824,804 73
2012/05/11 45 $42,014 -43% 118 $356   $69,903,957 80
2012/05/18 39 $52,955 +26% 96 $552   $69,978,440 87
2012/05/25 54 $8,221 -84% 39 $211   $70,002,498 94
2012/06/01 76 $4,993 -39% 19 $263   $70,011,073 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/10/20123527,935 527,935$8,969,616$8,969,6161
6/17/20123269,182-49% 797,117$4,113,101$13,082,7172
6/24/20124130,867-51% 927,984$2,610,797$15,693,5133
7/1/2012783,921-36% 1,011,905$1,675,063$17,368,5764
7/8/2012970,865-16% 1,082,770$1,414,465$18,783,0425
7/15/20121258,548-17% 1,141,318$1,165,691$19,948,7326
7/22/20121741,637-29% 1,182,955$829,409$20,778,1427
7/29/20122331,725-24% 1,214,680$603,410$21,381,5518
8/5/20122821,975-31% 1,236,655$397,528$21,779,0799
11/25/201227103,360 1,407,778$1,032,566$23,943,52625

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/10/20122293,618 293,618$6,077,883$6,077,8831
6/17/20122154,752-47% 448,370$3,698,580$9,776,4632
6/24/2012345,205-71% 493,575$1,128,329$10,904,7923
7/1/2012723,057-49% 516,632$574,112$11,478,9044
7/8/2012927,289+18% 543,921$680,324$12,159,2285
7/15/2012821,201-22% 565,122$528,546$12,687,7746
11/25/20121688,565 715,323$1,634,915$15,537,06925

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