Autoreiji

Autoreiji poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $44,745Details
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Several subsidiary bosses gather at a lavish lunch with "Mr. Chairman," the head of the ruling Sanno-kai crime organization which controls the Greater Tokyo area. Sannokai underboss Kato warns Ikemoto about his overt dealings with family outsider Murase, an old-timer with whom he recently made a pact in prison. In an effort to ease Mr. Chairman's suspicions, Ikemoto asks fellow boss Otomo to do his dirty work for him by making a minor but obvious move against Murase. Otomo's actions are the start of a ruthless series of conflicts and betrayals. Before long, several yakuza clans are out for blood in their constant battle for power and money. The rival bosses fight to rise through the ranks by scheming and making short-lived allegiances. In this corrupt world where there are no heroes, it's Bad Guy vs. Bad Guy in a spiraling outrage of gang warfare...

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
77% - Fresh
Audience
64% - Upright

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 2nd, 2011 (Limited) by Magnolia Pictures, released as Outrage
MPAA Rating: R for strong brutal bloody violence throughout, language, a scene of sexuality and some nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2174, 6/1/2011)
Running Time: 109 minutes
Franchise: Outrage
Keywords: Directing Yourself, Narcotics, Gangs, Corrupt Cops, Revenge, Organized Crime
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Bandai Visual, TV Tokyo, Omnibus Japan, Office Kitano

Cast

   Otomo
   Mizuno
   Ishihara
   Kato
   Ikemoto
   Ozawa
   IIzuka
   Kimura
   Murase
   Detective Kataoka
   Sekuichi aka Mr. Chairman

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Takeshi Kitano
Editor    Takeshi Kitano
Director   
Composer    Keiichi Suzuki
Cinematographer    Katsumi Yanagijima
Lighting Design    Hitoshi Takaya
Production Designer    Norihiro Isoda
Sound Designer    Senji Horiuchi
Editor    Yoshimori Ota
Assistant Director    Hirofumi Inaba
Costume Designer    Kazuko Kurosawa
Otomo Costume Design    Yuhji Yammamoto
Set Decorator    Tatsuo Ozeki
Make-Up Artist    Masako Hosokawa
Script Supervisor    Kumiko Yoshida
Supervising Sound Effects    Kenji Shibasaki
Supervising Sound Effects    Kenji Shibasaki
Casting    Takefumi Yoshikawa
Production Manager    Yuya Satoyoshi
Line Producer    Shinji Komiya
Line Producer    Makoto Kakurai
Associate Producer    Katsuji Umezawa
Associate Producer    Tadao Hanashi
Associate Producer    Yoshinori Takeda
Producer    Masayuki Mori
Producer    Takio Yoshida

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Per Theater Chart: Strength and Independence

We are right in the prime of Awards Season and over the weekend there were three films earning very impressive per theater averages and two of those films were recently given Independent Spirit Award Nominations. Leading the way for the second weekend in a row was The Artist with an average of $35,211 in six theaters. It is still barely in theaters, but it is already halfway to $1 million. Being a silent film will likely keep the film from expanding truly wide, but it should grab some measure of mainstream success. Shame debuted in second place with an average of $34,952 in ten theaters. It is rare for an NC-17 film to do this well. Rounding out the $10,000 club was A Dangerous Method placed third with an average of $29,894, while still playing in four theaters. More...

Can Limited Releases Pick Up the Slack?

Since there are no wide releases this weekend, the box office will be looking to limited releases to help boost the numbers. Last year the biggest release was The Warrior's Way, which made just over $3 million during its opening weekend. Obviously no limited release is going to match that this weekend. However, The Warrior's Way finished with less than $6 million and that figure might be within reach for a couple limited releases. Shame has the best shot at reaching that level of box office success, but Outrage is also earning great reviews. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/12/02 67 $6,518   2 $3,259   $6,518 3
2011/12/02 67 $6,518   2 $3,259   $6,518 3
2011/12/09 67 $8,131 +25% 7 $1,162   $18,254 10
2011/12/09 68 $8,131   7 $1,162   $18,254 10
2011/12/16 74 $3,082 -62% 7 $440   $26,159 17
2011/12/16 73 $3,082   7 $440   $26,159 17
2011/12/23 65 $1,105 -64% 1 $1,105   $29,150 24
2011/12/23 65 $1,105   1 $1,105   $29,150 24
2011/12/30 79 $923 -16% 1 $923   $30,440 31
2011/12/30 73 $923   1 $923   $30,440 31
2012/01/06 69 $3,740 +305% 7 $534   $35,336 38
2012/01/13 81 $1,777 -52% 5 $355   $39,631 45
2012/01/20 88 $1,100 -38% 3 $367   $41,177 52
2012/01/27 74 $2,892 +163% 2 $1,446   $44,416 59

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