The Company You Keep

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $5,132,442Details
International Box Office $8,500,007
Worldwide Box Office $13,632,449
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Synopsis

Jim Grant is a public interest lawyer and single father raising his daughter in the tranquil suburbs of Albany, New York. Grant's world is turned upside down,when a brash young reporter named Ben Shepard exposes his true identity as a former 1970s antiwar radical fugitive wanted for murder. After living for more than 30 years underground, Grant must now go on the run. With the FBI in hot pursuit, he sets off on a cross-country journey to track down the one person that can clear his name. Shepard knows the significance of the national news story he has exposed and, for a journalist, this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Hell-bent on making a name for himself, he is willing to stop at nothing to capitalize on it. He digs deep into Grant's past. Despite warnings from his editor and threats from the FBI, Shepard relentlessly tracks Grant across the country. As Grant reopens old wounds and reconnects with former members of his antiwar group, the Weather Underground, Shepard realizes something about this man is just not adding up. With the FBI closing in, Shepard uncovers the shocking secrets Grant has been keeping for the past three decades. As Grant and Shepard come face to face in the wilderness of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, they each must come to terms with who they really are.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
55% - Rotten
Audience
45% - Spilled

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: April 5th, 2013 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
April 26th, 2013 (Expands Wide) by Sony Pictures Classics
Video Release: August 13th, 2013 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language.
(Rating bulletin 2254, 1/9/2013)
Keywords: Directing Yourself, Investigative Journalist, Fugitive / On the Run, Terrorism
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 13th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: Wide Releases Scare Away the Competition

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Per Theater Chart: Iron Man Ices the Competition

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Per Theater Chart: Mud Reluctantly Leads the Way

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Per Theater Chart: Moviegoers are put in a Trace

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Limited Releases: Are Any Limited Releases Worth Keeping?

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Cast

Robert Redford    Jim Grant
Shia LaBeouf    Ben Shepard
Julie Christie    Mimi Lurie
Susan Sarandon    Sharon Solarz
Nick Nolte    Donal Fitzgerald
Chris Cooper    Daniel Sloan
Terrence Howard    FBI Agent Cornelius
Stanley Tucci    Ray Fuller
Richard Jenkins    Jed Lewis
Anna Kendrick    Diana
Sam Elliott    Mac Mcleod
Brit Marling    Rebecca Osborne
Brendan Gleeson    Henry Osborne

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Robert Redford
Screenwriter    Lem Dobbs
Based on the novel "The Company You Keep"    Neil Gordon
Producer    Nicholas Chartier
Producer    Robert Redford
Producer    Bill Holderman
Executive Producer    Craig J. Flores
Executive Producer    Shawn Williamson
Director of Photography    Adriano Goldman
Production Designer    Laurence Bennett
Editor    Mark Day
Costume Designer    Karen Matthews
Composer    Cliff Martinez
Casting Director    Avy Kaufman

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/04/05 31 $131,718   5 $26,344   $131,718 3
2013/04/12 19 $277,818 +111% 41 $6,776   $450,428 10
2013/04/19 20 $396,385 +43% 84 $4,719   $950,482 17
2013/04/26 14 $1,152,905 +191% 807 $1,429   $2,251,050 24
2013/05/03 14 $703,465 -39% 541 $1,300   $3,433,182 31
2013/05/10 16 $400,501 -43% 394 $1,017   $4,130,751 38
2013/05/17 20 $225,469 -44% 223 $1,011   $4,510,500 45
2013/05/24 27 $134,645 -40% 96 $1,403   $4,750,148 52
2013/06/07 40 $43,743   51 $858   $4,953,249 66
2013/06/14 41 $30,915 -29% 66 $468   $4,991,785 73
2013/06/21 40 $33,392 +8% 65 $514   $5,041,480 80
2013/06/28 52 $17,764 -47% 41 $433   $5,077,741 87
2013/07/19 66 $9,433   9 $1,048   $5,120,030 108
2013/07/26 80 $1,259 -87% 6 $210   $5,132,442 115

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