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After the Sunset (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $28,328,132Details
International Box Office $10,000,982
Worldwide Box Office $38,329,114
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  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Supposedly master thief Max and his partner in crime Lola have come to Paradise Island in the Bahamas to enjoy their riches, but this island also happens to be scheduled for a tour of one of the world’s most famous diamonds. FBI agent Stan can’t believe Max has retired and travels to the island as well and hooks up with local cop Sophie. And there is local gangster Henri as well, who might have his own plan for the diamond.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
18% - Rotten
Audience
52% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$57,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 12th, 2004 (Wide) by New Line
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexuality, violence and language
Running Time: 91 minutes
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Keywords: Heist
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Firm Films, Contrafilm, Rat Entertainment
Production Countries: Bahamas,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,232 $5,207 Jan 28, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,139 $12,813 Jan 21, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,070 $26,012 Jan 14, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,722 $68,504 Jan 7, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,187 $63,049 Dec 31, 2004 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,356 $27,592 Dec 24, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,923 $82,738 Dec 17, 2004 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,997 $432,326 Dec 10, 2004 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,363 $1,674,936 Dec 3, 2004 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,225 $3,101,979 Nov 26, 2004 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,136 $5,075,005 Nov 19, 2004 10
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 351 $11,100,392 Nov 12, 2004 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,652 $11,100,392 Nov 12, 2004 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,084 2,819 Nov 12, 2004 3

Cast

   Max Burdette
   Lola Cirillo
   Stan Lloyd
   Henri Moore
   Sophie
Christopher Penn    Rowdy Fan
Mykelti Williamson    Agent Stafford
Obba Babatunde    Zacharias
Russell Hornsby    Jean-Paul
Rex Linn    Agent Kowalski
Robert Curtis Brown    Lakers FBI Agent
Mark Moses    Lakers FBI Agent
Michael Bowen    FBI Driver
Tony Ledard    Referee
Karl Malone    Himself
Shaquille O'Neal    Himself
Gary Payton    Himself
Andrew Fiscella    Popcorn Victim
Gianni Russo    Clippers Fan
Jeff Garlin    Ron
Lisa Thornhill    Gail
Kate Walsh    Sheila
Tom McGowan    Ed
Joel McKinnon Miller    Wendell
Rachael Harris    June
Troy Garity    Luc
Shakara Ledard    Masseuse
Audrey Quock    Masseuse
David Reivers    Bahamian Cop
Kamal Marayati    Ship Entrance Security
Gillian Vigman    Exhibit Guide
Noemie Lenoir    Moore Girl
Omyhra Mota    Moore Girl
Oluchi Onweagba    Moore Girl
Alan Dale    Security Chief
Kirk B.R. Woller    Security Guard
Donald Miller    Radio Voice
LeShay Tomlinson    Receptionist
Anthony Reynolds    Evening Shift Guard
Paul Benedict    Night Shift Guard
Ted Detwiler    Bathroom Boy
Chad Gabriel    Bathroom Boy
Keith Sweitzer    Bathroom Boy
Rodney O'Neal McKnight    Bathroom Boy
Frank Bruynbroek    Ship's Steward

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Paul Zbyszewski
Screenwriter    Craig Rosenberg
Story Creator    Paul Zbyszewski
Producer    Tripp Vinson
Producer    Jay Stern
Producer    Beau Flynn
Executive Producer    Patrick Palmer
Executive Producer    Toby Emmerich
Executive Producer    Kent Alterman
Production Designer    Geoffrey Kirkland
Editor    Mark Helfrich
Composer    Lalo Schifrin
Director of Photography    Dante Spinotti
Associate Producer    Keith Goldberg
Associate Producer    Chris Pollack
Associate Producer    James M. Freitag
Associate Producer    Alissa Ferguson
Assistant Director    James M. Freitag
Second Unit Director    Conrad E. Palmisano
Unit Production Manager    Patrick Palmer
Unit Production Manager    Steven Saeta
Production Supervisor    Ilt Jones
Production Supervisor    Emre Sonmez
Art Director    Steve Arnold
Set Decorator    Jennifer Williams
Second Unit Photography    Kyle Rudolph
Underwater Photography    Pete Zuccarani
Costume Designer    Rita Ryack
Costume Supervisor    Nancy McArdle
Additional Editor    Julia Wong
Production Sound Mixer    Kim H. Ornitz
Supervising Sound Mixer    Steve Maslow
Supervising Sound Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Supervising Sound Editor    Gregory King
Co-Supervising Sound Editor    Yann Delpuech
Sound Effects Editor    Ai-Ling Lee
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Robert Grieve
Dialogue Editor    Darren King
Music Editor    Charles Martin Inouye
Music Editor    Andrew Dorfman
Department Head Makeup    Julie Pearce
Special Make-up Effects    Matthew W. Mungle
Music Supervisor    Gary Calamar
Music Supervisor    Thomas Golubic
Casting Director    Victoria Thomas
Stunt Coordinator    Conrad E. Palmisano

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April 16th, 2005

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April 9th, 2005

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February 20th, 2005

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November 24th, 2004

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/12 3 $11,100,392   2,819 $3,938   $11,100,392 3
2004/11/19 6 $5,075,005 -54% 2,819 $1,800   $19,092,384 10
2004/11/26 10 $3,101,979 -39% 2,309 $1,343   $24,320,526 17
2004/12/03 12 $1,674,936 -46% 1,889 $887   $26,744,075 24
2004/12/10 16 $432,326 -74% 1,019 $424   $27,665,978 31
2004/12/17 33 $82,738 -81% 216 $383   $27,939,967 38
2004/12/24 42 $27,592 -67% 158 $175   $28,015,978 45
2004/12/31 40 $63,049 +129% 146 $432   $28,113,925 52
2005/01/07 40 $68,504 +9% 159 $431   $28,226,095 59
2005/01/14 53 $26,012 -62% 74 $352   $28,283,533 66
2005/01/21 61 $12,813 -51% 45 $285   $28,318,022 73
2005/01/28 79 $5,207 -59% 21 $248   $28,328,132 80

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/12 3 $3,600,000   2,819 $1,277   $3,600,000 1
2004/11/13 3 $4,638,000 +29% 2,819 $1,645   $8,286,000 2
2004/11/14 3 $2,814,000 -39% 2,819 $998   $11,100,392 3
2004/11/15 3 $792,000 -72% 2,819 $281   $11,893,000 4
2004/11/16 3 $889,000 +12% 2,819 $315   $12,782,000 5
2004/11/17 3 $758,000 -15% 2,819 $269   $13,540,000 6
2004/11/18 4 $637,000 -16% 2,819 $226   $14,017,379 7
2004/11/19 6 $1,600,000 +151% 2,819 $568   $15,600,000 8
2004/11/20 6 $2,257,000 +41% 2,819 $801   $17,805,000 9
2004/11/21 6 $1,287,000 -43% 2,819 $457   $19,092,384 10
2004/11/22 6 $429,000 -67% 2,819 $152   $19,522,000 11
2004/11/23 6 $516,000 +20% 2,819 $183   $20,012,000 12
2004/11/24 9 $600,000 +16% 2,819 $213   $20,612,000 13
2004/11/25 10 $600,000 n/c 2,819 $213   $21,212,000 14
2004/11/29 9 $213,000   2,309 $92   $24,533,000 18
2004/11/30 9 $231,000 +8% 2,309 $100   $24,764,000 19
2004/12/01 9 $214,000 -7% 2,309 $93   $24,978,000 20
2004/12/02 10 $184,000 -14% 2,309 $80   $25,069,139 21
2004/12/03 10 $500,000 +172% 1,889 $265   $25,600,000 22
2004/12/06 10 $143,000   1,889 $76   $26,887,000 25
2004/12/07 10 $159,000 +11% 1,889 $84   $27,046,000 26
2005/01/17 - $4,417   74 $60   $28,287,950 67

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/12 3 $14,017,379   2,819 $4,972   $14,017,379 7
2004/11/19 6 $7,201,168 -49% 2,819 $2,555   $21,218,547 14
2004/11/26 10 $3,850,592 -47% 2,309 $1,668   $25,069,139 21
2004/12/03 12 $2,164,513 -44% 1,889 $1,146   $27,233,652 28
2004/12/10 15 $623,577 -71% 1,019 $612   $27,857,229 35
2004/12/17 31 $131,157 -79% 216 $607   $27,988,386 42
2004/12/24 42 $62,490 -52% 158 $396   $28,050,876 49
2004/12/31 39 $106,715 +71% 146 $731   $28,157,591 56
2005/01/07 39 $99,930 -6% 159 $628   $28,257,521 63
2005/01/14 50 $47,688 -52% 74 $644   $28,305,209 70
2005/01/21 61 $17,716 -63% 45 $394   $28,322,925 77

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