In an effort to escape her past and build a better future, Olive, an attractive European con artist, and her 10-year-old American-born son, Bobby, find themselves living in Oklahoma. But as Olive and Bobby blithely charm their way from one comical adventure to another, Olive's criminal past finally catches up with her, forcing her to make the toughest judgment of all.
||September 28th, 2012 (Limited) by Monterey Media|
||November 20th, 2012 by Monterey Video|
||PG-13 for language, sexual content and some drug material.|
(Rating bulletin 2209, 2/8/2012)
||Single Parent, Coming of Age, Juvenile Delinquent, Confidence Men, Immigration|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Bankside Films, Dutch Tilt Film, Head Gear Films, Metrol Technology, Fu Works, Rinkel Film & TV|
Pitch Perfect had an explosive opening in select theaters earning more than $5 million in just over 300 theaters for an average of $15,371. Most limited releases playing in only a handful of theaters would kill for an average like that. The overall number one film, Hotel Transylvania, was in second place on the per theater chart with an average of $12,697. Last week's number one film on the per theater chart, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, remained north of $10,000 on the per theater chart this week, despite expanding into more than 100 theaters. It pulled in $1.10 million in 102 theaters for an average of $10,823. Its running tally is already enough to give it some measure of mainstream success, and this week's performance nearly guarantees further expansion. The Other Dream Team didn't quite make the $10,000 club, but with an average of $9,911 in two theaters, it was close enough to mention above the fold.
There are only four films on this week's list that we have solid theater counts for, but I've included a few others that are coming out on this week's list. The biggest limited release of the week is Pitch Perfect, which is expanding wide next Friday (assuming it doesn't bomb this weekend). However, the limited release that is earning the best reviews is The Hole 3D. I would not have guessed that would happen. Pitch Perfect will obviously earn the most in terms of raw dollars, some even think it will reach the top ten overall, but I don't think there's any film that will really be a hit on the per theater average.
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