Die Fälscher

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $5,488,570Details
International Box Office $14,711,093
Worldwide Box Office $20,199,663
Further financial details...

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$6,250,000
Domestic Releases: February 22nd, 2008 (Exclusive) by Sony Pictures Classics, released as The Counterfeiters
Video Release: August 5th, 2008 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, released as Counterfeiters, The
MPAA Rating: R for some strong violence, brief sexuality/nudity and language.
Keywords: Foreign Language, World War II
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization

DVD Rentals - Nim\'s Not Alone on the Rental Chart

There were only a trio of new releases to chart this week, including Nim's Island, which earned first place. More...

DVD Releases for August 5, 2008

Another week, another list of lackluster first-run releases. Sadly, there's very little else to back it up. In fact, the only release that was even a contender for DVD Pick of the Week was The Counterfeiters, with both DVD and the Blu-ray worthy of that honor. More...

It\'s War Out There on the Per Theater Chart

The $10,000 club was a little more crowded than expected with a few surprise entries, but there was no surprise on top. Not only did Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull top the overall box office chart, it also came in first place on the per theater average chart with $23,507 over the three-day weekend, and nearly $30,000 over four. The Edge of Heaven opened with $18,593 in one theater, which is made even more impressive since it opened on a Wednesday. War, Inc. opened to weak reviews, but managed a surprisingly strong per theater average of $17,668. The final film in the $10,000 club was A Jihad for Love with $10,519 over three days and $17,284 including its box office over Wednesday and Thursday. More...

Yangtze is not Up the Creek on the Per Theater Chart

The Canadian documentary, Up the Yangtze, led the way on the per theater chart this week scoring $15,851 in its lone theater. Holly was just a tiny percent behind with $15,687, also in one theater. The final resident of the $10,000 club was Roman de Gare, which earned an average of $12,742 in two theaters. More...

Visitor Looking for a Long Stay on the Per Theater Chart

The Visitor opened in first place on the Per Theater Chart with an average of $21,622 in 4 theaters, which bodes very well for this Friday's expansion. Young @ Heart scored second place with an average of $12,734 over the weekend and $15,558 from Wednesday to Sunday. The final film in the $10,000 club was Flight of the Red Balloon, which was down 32% to $11,959. The closest film to $10,000 that didn't make was Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour with $8,424, which is that film's best per theater average since its second week of release. More...

Chapter is Not Unforeseen on the Per Theater Chart

There were just two films to reach the $10,000 plateau this week, Chapter 27 and The Unforeseen. The former topped the latter, but it was close at $13,910 to $12,877. More...

Per Theater Chart is in Contempt

There were only two films to top $10,000 on the Per Theater Chart this week>. The first was the re-release of Contempt with $14,826. Next was the overall box office leader, Horton Hears a Who, which opened with an average of $11,384. More...

Per Theater Averages - Counterfeiter\'s Run is Real

The Counterfeiters was the only film to cross $10,000 on the per theater chart this week, pulling in $185,000 in 18 theaters for an average or $10,295. One must assume its Oscar Win boosted its box office this weekend. More...

Can\'t Touch the Duchess on the Per Theater Averages

The Duchess of Langeais was the number one film on the per theater chart this week, earning an average of $11,126 in two theaters while Oscar-winner The Counterfeiters earned an average of $10,939 in 8 theaters. More...

Awards Season - No Country but Plenty of Oscars for Old Men

The Oscars have all been awarded and No Country for Old Men was the big winner at the Oscars, taking home four major awards. (It was shut out of the technical nominations.) The second biggest winner of the night was The Bourne Ultimatum with three awards, all technical. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of February 22, 2008

Only nine movies were releases this week, and there were only six sites to review (not counting the one that crashed my browser). The three other wide releases each had respectable sites, but nothing that is really amazing and the flashier the site, the weakest content. Charlie Bartlett - Official Site was a previous award-winning site, and I see no reason to change that now. More...

Good Omens for Signal and other Limited Releases?

Oscar weekend is not a good time to put out a limited release as the target audience will be preoccupied. So it is a little strange that there is an Oscar nominated film, The Counterfeiters, coming out tonight. More...

Awards Season - No Shortage of Love for Country or Blood

The Oscar nominations were announced today and there is no shortage of contenders. In fact, with no real juggernaut to deal with, the competition is more up in the air that most years. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - December 8, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Hellraiser, Soul Men, Motel Hell and more! More...

Movie Website Updates for September 16 - September 22, 2007

Not a long list this week, but at least we had a clear winner for the Weekly Website Award, Resident Evil: Extinction - Official Site. IN the coming weeks we should see some big sites launch as award season starts to heat up. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/26 22 $27,349   107 $256   $5,039,883 95

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/22 46 $87,514   8 $10,939   $87,514 3
2008/02/29 36 $185,313 +112% 18 $10,295   $330,137 10
2008/03/07 26 $279,604 +51% 41 $6,820   $679,822 17
2008/03/14 25 $419,049 +50% 72 $5,820   $1,214,974 24
2008/03/21 21 $496,625 +19% 92 $5,398   $1,851,862 31
2008/03/28 24 $373,580 -25% 98 $3,812   $2,412,581 38
2008/04/04 22 $360,376 -4% 115 $3,134   $2,903,370 45
2008/04/11 25 $351,856 -2% 147 $2,394   $3,377,613 52
2008/04/18 25 $240,753 -32% 170 $1,416   $3,742,262 59
2008/04/25 25 $268,200 +11% 170 $1,578   $4,132,459 66
2008/05/02 23 $204,303 -24% 157 $1,301   $4,440,307 73
2008/05/09 25 $148,775 -27% 122 $1,219   $4,661,883 80
2008/05/16 27 $124,370 -16% 119 $1,045   $4,848,835 87
2008/05/23 25 $102,199 -18% 107 $955   $5,012,534 94
2008/05/30 27 $80,161 -22% 97 $826   $5,154,980 101
2008/06/06 32 $52,002 -35% 66 $788   $5,246,694 108
2008/06/13 45 $29,482 -43% 38 $776   $5,303,641 115
2008/06/20 45 $32,572 +10% 30 $1,086   $5,351,533 122
2008/06/27 55 $20,166 -38% 20 $1,008   $5,385,542 129
2008/07/04 55 $18,418 -9% 24 $767   $5,415,429 136
2008/07/11 56 $18,277 -1% 18 $1,015   $5,440,738 143
2008/07/18 70 $8,887 -51% 11 $808   $5,458,024 150
2008/07/25 85 $5,258 -41% 10 $526   $5,468,369 157
2008/08/01 102 $3,259 -38% 6 $543   $5,476,356 164
2008/08/08 114 $1,029 -68% 3 $343   $5,480,350 171
2008/08/15 99 $2,287 +122% 4 $572   $5,483,549 178
2008/08/22 116 $350 -85% 1 $350   $5,484,715 185

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