The Aristocrats

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,377,461Details
International Box Office $325,143
Worldwide Box Office $6,702,604
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
79% - Certified Fresh
Audience
61% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: July 29th, 2005 (Limited) by ThinkFilm
Video Release: January 24th, 2006 by Velocity/ThinkFilm
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Keywords: Segments
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual

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Per Theater Chart Takes a Vacation

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Empty Clubhouse

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Holdovers Hold On

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The Aristocrats\' Box Office is no Joke

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Cast

Andy Dick    Himself
Billy Connolly    Himself
Chris Rock    Himself
Drew Carey    Himself
Eddie Izzard    Himself
Eric Idle    Himself
Fred Willard    Himself
Hank Azaria    Himself
Jon Stewart    Himself
Kevin Pollak    Himself
Robin Williams    Himself
Trey Parker    Himself
Whoopi Goldberg    Herself
Bob Saget    Himself
Sarah Silverman    Herself

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/09/05 19 $133,903   234 $572   $4,725,876 39
2006/01/02 70 $222   3 $74   $6,361,592 158

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/07/29 22 $243,796   4 $60,949   $243,796 3
2005/08/05 24 $239,478 -2% 9 $26,609   $624,238 10
2005/08/12 19 $867,171 +262% 86 $10,083   $1,622,217 17
2005/08/19 18 $666,449 -23% 170 $3,920   $2,717,241 24
2005/08/26 18 $694,492 +4% 226 $3,073   $3,767,694 31
2005/09/02 22 $510,000 -27% 234 $2,179   $4,590,000 38
2005/09/09 23 $352,009 -31% 222 $1,586   $5,215,396 45
2005/09/16 30 $249,686 -29% 177 $1,411   $5,635,233 52
2005/09/23 34 $145,317 -42% 127 $1,144   $5,886,033 59
2005/09/30 46 $82,426 -43% 92 $896   $6,031,653 66
2005/10/07 49 $53,461 -35% 60 $891   $6,132,550 73
2005/10/14 56 $36,202 -32% 46 $787   $6,195,548 80
2005/10/21 63 $28,118 -22% 36 $781   $6,237,659 87
2005/10/28 73 $15,687 -44% 24 $654   $6,264,352 94
2005/11/04 73 $14,214 -9% 17 $836   $6,288,015 101
2005/11/11 80 $11,466 -19% 14 $819   $6,305,430 108
2005/11/18 82 $7,231 -37% 13 $556   $6,315,842 115
2005/11/25 78 $7,668 +6% 11 $697   $6,326,284 122
2005/12/02 79 $5,061 -34% 7 $723   $6,334,863 129
2005/12/09 76 $4,077 -19% 6 $680   $6,341,877 136
2005/12/16 69 $5,027 +23% 8 $628   $6,353,098 143
2005/12/23 50 $2,134 -58% 5 $427   $6,357,172 150
2005/12/30 71 $2,615 +23% 3 $872   $6,361,370 157
2006/01/06 81 $939 -64% 1 $939   $6,364,885 164
2006/01/13 75 $1,721 +83% 2 $861   $6,369,386 171
2006/01/20 70 $7,793 +353% 7 $1,113   $6,377,277 178

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