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Extract (2009)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $10,823,158Details
International Box Office $26,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $10,849,158
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  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer


Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Spilled
63% - Fresh
38% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office 4,574 $10,823,158
All Time International Box Office 7,977 $26,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office 5,722 $10,849,158
All Time Domestic Box Office for Comedy Movies 1,163 $10,823,158
All Time International Box Office for Comedy Movies 1,469 $26,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Comedy Movies 1,359 $10,849,158
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies 1,455 $10,823,158
All Time International Box Office for R Movies 2,264 $26,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies 1,756 $10,849,158

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.

Movie Details

Production Budget:$7,500,000
Domestic Releases: September 4th, 2009 (Wide) by Miramax
Video Release: December 22nd, 2009 by Miramax Video
MPAA Rating: R For language, sexual references and some drug use
Running Time: 92 minutes
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Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Miramax Films, Ternion Entertainment, F+A Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 5,351 $14,804 Oct 9, 2009 38
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 4,997 $47,254 Oct 2, 2009 31
Biggest Domestic 4th Weekend 4,358 $195,561 Sep 25, 2009 24
Biggest Domestic 3rd Weekend 4,002 $667,284 Sep 18, 2009 17
Biggest Domestic 2nd Weekend 3,514 $2,163,337 Sep 11, 2009 10
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 3,167 $4,340,108 Sep 4, 2009 3
Leggiest Opening Weekend 388 3.25 Sep 4, 2009 3
Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 2,052 30.7% Sep 4, 2009 3
Widest Opening Weekend 2,750 1,611 Sep 4, 2009 3
Never No. 1 Domestic 2,933 $10,823,158 Sep 4, 2009 0


Ben Affleck    Dean
Gene Simmons    Joe Adler
Beth Grant    Mary
Dustin Milligan    Brad
Matt Schulze    Willie
T.J. Miller    Rory
Brent Briscoe    Phil
Javier Gutierrez    Hector
Lidia Porto    Gabriella
Lamberto Gutierrez    Victor
Hal Sparks    Guitar Salesman
Nick Thune   
Tom Virtue    Guitar Salesman
Christopher Ryan Rocha    Pawn Shop Guy
Jenny O Hara    Joel's Secretary
Matthew Williams    Band Member

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Mike Judge
Producer    Michael Rotenberg
Producer    John Altschuler
Executive Producer    Dave Krinsky
Executive Producer    Tom Lassally
Executive Producer    Glenn Lucas
Co-Executive Producer    Michael Flynn
Director of Photography    Tim Suhrstedt
Production Designer    Maher Ahmad
Editor    Julia Wong
Costume Designer    Alix Friedberg
Composer    George S. Clinton
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Venus Kanani
Assistant Director    Nick Mastandrea
Unit Production Manager    Michael Flynn
Production Supervisor    Marci Rosenberg
Art Director    Austin Gorg
Set Decorator    Gene Serdena
Costume Supervisor    Nancy Capper
Sound Mixer    Steve Cantamessa
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Steven Ticknor
Supervising Sound Editor    Steven Ticknor
Sound Effects Editor    Martin Jacob Lopez
Music Editor    Bryon Rickerson
Hairstylist    Emanuel Manny Millar
Hairstylist    Rhonda O'Neal
Music Producer    George S. Clinton
Stunt Coordinator    Mickey Giacomazzi

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 22th, 2009

December 21st, 2009

Talk about last minute gift ideas. In fact, if you buy gifts online, it will be too late to grab these, because it would take too long to ship them to you. As such, there are a number of prime releases as studios hope to attract last minute gift givers, but also a few that feel like they are being dumped here as an early Boxing Week sales. At the top of the list we have (500) Days of Summer on DVD or Blu-ray + Digital Copy and District 9 on Blu-ray. (The latter is also coming out on DVD, but the Blu-ray is by far the best deal.) Both are worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, if you are Canadian, or a fan of Canadian culture, grab Trailer Park Boys 2 - Countdown to Liquor Day on Blu-ray, which is the ever-popular DVD Puck of the Week. More...

Featured Blu-ray review - Extract

December 17th, 2009

Mike Judge has not had an easy time at the box office. His only film that you could call a real hit was Beavis and Butt-head Do America, and that came out more than a decade ago. Office Space barely made a dent at the box office, but it became a major cult hit on the home market. Idiocracy barely made it to theaters at all, but it too found a more favorable reception on the home market. That brings us to Extract, which was released in just 1,600 theaters in September. Needless to say, it was not a major box office hit. But was this a result of poor marketing or weak studio support? Did it deserve better and will it find an audience on the home market? Or will this be a film that even fans of Mike Judge would rather forget? More...

Autumn Box Office Starts a Little Soft

September 15th, 2009

The first official weekend of Autumn was not great at the box office, as every single new release missed expectations, some by small margins, others quite dramatically. This was enough to push the total box office down to $92 million, off 6.7% from last weekend and 8.7% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 is still up on 2008 by a significant margin, leading $7.53 billion to $7.00 billion. More...

Summer's Final Tally Sets Records

September 8th, 2009

Labor Day long weekend is over and, as we already knew, the summer of 2009 set records. Over the summer months, the box office earned $4.31 billion, which was well ahead of 2007's previous record of $4.16 billion. Granted, as mentioned before, this summer not only had two years of inflation, but also one additional weekend. Even so, there's a lot to cheer about. This past weekend, the industry pulled in $99 million over three days and $125 million over four. This is a huge amount compared to same weekend last year; however, because summer lasted one week longer, this weekend last year was the weekend after the Labor Day long weekend, so the comparison falls apart. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $7.41 billion, which is 7.8% more than at the same point in 2008. The lead in terms of raw dollars is more than $500 million, and it would take a massive collapse for this lead to evaporate. Hopefully that will not happen, but given the performance of the three new releases this week, it is not impossible. More...

Trailers for Movies Opening September 4, 2009

September 4th, 2009

All Fun and Games

September 3rd, 2009

It's the final weekend of summer 2009, and already we've broken the record for the season. The previous record was set in 2007 when the total summer box office was $4.16 billion. In comparison, at the end of last weekend, 2009 had earned $4.17 billion and there's one more weekend to go. Granted, 2009 is a rare year where the summer had 18 weekends instead of 17, and 2009 also has two years worth of inflation to help, but this is still worth celebrating. Looking at the final weekend of the summer, we should end the season on a high note as this time last year was, well, terrible. It would be nearly medically impossible for the summer to end weaker than last year, but there is a chance none of the three wide releases will come out on top, which would be a bit of a disappointing end. More...

2009 Preview: September

September 1st, 2009

Summer ended on a strong note with three films from August that have the potential to cross $100 million at the box office. But I don't think there's a single film coming out this month that has the potential to do the same. Then again, we're not concerned with keeping up with August, we are concerned with keeping up with September last year, and that will be an easier task most weeks. More...

Cast Updates - August 23, 2008

August 23rd, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Extract, Gnomeo and Juliet, My Life in Ruins, and more! More...

Cast Updates - July 10, 2008

July 10th, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Angels & Demons, Extract, The Rocker, and more! More...

New Movie Announcements, Stars and Directors - July 10, 2008

July 10th, 2008

This week another number of upcoming movies, new stars and directors have been added to our archive! More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/04 9 $4,340,108   1,611 $2,694   $4,340,108 3
2009/09/11 13 $2,163,337 -50% 1,614 $1,340   $8,601,746 10
2009/09/18 18 $667,284 -69% 937 $712   $10,137,866 17
2009/09/25 34 $195,561 -71% 262 $746   $10,642,511 24
2009/10/02 57 $47,254 -76% 111 $426   $10,778,397 31
2009/10/09 67 $14,804 -69% 46 $322   $10,814,185 38

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/04 8 $1,334,325   1,611 $828   $1,334,325 1
2009/09/05 10 $1,456,844 +9% 1,611 $904   $2,791,169 2
2009/09/06 9 $1,548,939 +6% 1,611 $961   $4,340,108 3
2009/09/07 8 $1,173,526 -24% 1,611 $728   $5,513,634 4
2009/09/08 8 $365,473 -69% 1,611 $227   $5,879,107 5
2009/09/09 10 $290,180 -21% 1,611 $180   $6,169,287 6
2009/09/10 10 $269,122 -7% 1,611 $167   $6,438,409 7
2009/09/11 12 $722,707 +169% 1,614 $448   $7,161,116 8
2009/09/12 14 $940,004 +30% 1,614 $582   $8,101,120 9
2009/09/13 13 $500,626 -47% 1,614 $310   $8,601,746 10
2009/09/14 11 $190,790 -62% 1,614 $118   $8,792,536 11
2009/09/15 11 $244,520 +28% 1,614 $151   $9,037,056 12
2009/09/16 11 $225,628 -8% 1,614 $140   $9,262,684 13
2009/09/17 11 $207,898 -8% 1,614 $129   $9,470,582 14

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/04 9 $6,438,409   1,611 $3,997   $6,438,409 7
2009/09/11 13 $3,032,173 -53% 1,614 $1,879   $9,470,582 14
2009/09/18 18 $976,368 -68% 937 $1,042   $10,446,950 21
2009/09/25 36 $284,193 -71% 262 $1,085   $10,731,143 28
2009/10/02 55 $68,238 -76% 111 $615   $10,799,381 35
2009/10/09 68 $23,777 -65% 46 $517   $10,823,158 42

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