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I’m Not Ashamed (2016)

I’m Not Ashamed
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $2,082,980Details
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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

“I’ve always been drawn to hands. I think it’s because it’s the way we touch people,” Columbine High School student Rachel Joy Scott wrote in her journal. “If one person could go out of their way to show compassion, it could start a chain reaction.” Growing up, Rachel knew the love of God, but she wasn’t always ready to receive it. At times her faith was on fire… and at other times it was at odds with her everyday life. As she wrote in her journal: “I don't understand why having a walk with God is so hard for me. I'm so weak. At school, with friends, at work.” Having reached a breaking point when her relationship with a non-believing boyfriend ended, Rachel found inspiration from her “big brother”—a former homeless teen she helped lead to Christ. After praying, “Father, use my life to touch the world and let your light shine through me,” her renewed commitment to Jesus played out compassionately and powerfully at her high school … and around the world.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$1,500,000
Domestic Releases: October 21st, 2016 (Limited) by Pure Flix Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic material, teen drinking and smoking, disturbing violent content and some suggestive situations.
(Rating bulletin 2433 (Cert #50546), 7/13/2016)
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Keywords: 1990s, Mass Shooting, Inspired by a True Story, Faith-Based
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6,685 $1,169 Nov 25, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,943 $12,175 Nov 18, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,472 $47,674 Nov 11, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,266 $110,147 Nov 4, 2016 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,675 $450,982 Oct 28, 2016 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,602 $927,161 Oct 21, 2016 3

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Bodie Thoene
Screenwriter    Kari Redmond
Screenwriter    Philipa Booyens
Producer    Chuck Howard
Producer    Brad Allen
Producer    Martin Michael

Theater Averages: It’s a Long Walk to the Top with $57,065

November 16th, 2016

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk earned first place on the theater average chart over the weekend earning an average of $57,065 in two theaters. That’s the good news. The bad news is its reviews suggest poor word of mouth and difficulty expanding wide this coming weekend. Elle opened in second place with an average of $25,467, also in two theaters. Loving remained in the $10,000 club for the second weekend with an average of $11,149 in 46 theaters. It still has room to grow. Doctor Strange was right behind with an average of $11,069. The final film in the $10,000 was the biggest new release of the week, Arrival, which earned an average of $10,390. More...

Theater Averages: Moonlight Remains Full earning an average of $23,614

November 2nd, 2016

Moonlight

Moonlight remained in top spot with an average of $23,614 in 36 theaters. The film has already reached $1 million and it has room to grow. Additionally, its reviews are Oscar-worthy, so its Awards Season buzz should really start to grow. The only other film in the $10,000 club was Gimme Danger, which earned an average of $14,908 in three theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Madea puts out Inferno’s Fire earning $17.22 million

November 1st, 2016

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

Halloween helped boost Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween’s numbers over the weekend allowing it to earn first place with $17.22 million. This was much better than the $14.86 million Inferno opened with. While Halloween didn’t happen until Monday, the holiday still had a negative effect on the box office, as it fell 29% to just $88 million. That’s worse than anticipated. Compared to the same weekend last year, 2016 was better by 17%, but it’s hard to spin this as a real victory. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 barely budged at $9.06 billion to $8.69 billion. That said, if 2016 can just maintain this lead till Rogue One debuts, then we should have at least some growth at the end of the year. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Madea Treats Herself to $28.50 Million

October 25th, 2016

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

2016 finally has a real reason to celebrate this weekend. Not every film topped expectations, but the top did enough to overcome any weakness at the bottom. The biggest hit of the week was Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween, which beat expectations with $28.50 million. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back had to settle for second place with $22.87 million, which is still better than most were predicting. Ouija: Origin of Evil did well for a movie that cost just $9 million to make, but the less said about the other two new releases, the better. Overall, the box office rose 26% from last week, reaching $124 million. More importantly, the box office was 18% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 extended its lead over 2015 at $8.93 billion to $8.53 billion. Having a $400 million cushion this late in the year is good news, even with The Force Awakens looming in the future. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jack Reacher No Match for Madea

October 23rd, 2016

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

Hollywood has a habit of underestimating Tyler Perry. When Diary of a Mad Black Woman opened back in 2005, it was expected to struggle to make the top 10, and yet finished top of the chart with a $21.9 million weekend. More than eleven years later, he, or perhaps more accurately, Madea, continues to defy tracking models and rack up wins at the box office, with Boo! A Madea Halloween set to top this weekend’s chart with a projected $27.6 million. That’s nearly $5 million better than the debut of Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, which Paramount has coming in at $23 million. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Jack Reaches $1.33 million during Previews

October 21st, 2016

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back pulled in $1.33 million during previews, which is approximately inline with expectations. It is just a hair below the $1.35 million The Accountant earned last week. However, The Accountant also earned significantly better reviews than Never Go Back is earning and that will likely hurt its legs. That said, we predicted $21 million and that seems safe at the moment. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Reacher Reach the Top?

October 20th, 2016

Ouija: Origin of Evil

It is a busy week as far as wide releases are concerned, although not as busy as we thought it would be at the beginning of the month, as I’m Not Ashamed has dropped to “select cities”. It still has a shot at the top ten, but a slim shot. The biggest release of the week is Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, as it is opening in an estimated 3,800 theaters. However, the buzz is weak and its reviews won’t help either. It will likely struggle to top $20 million. This gives Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween a shot at first place. The best new release of the week is Ouija: Origin of Evil. One would hope a horror film earning 80% positive reviews ten days before Halloween would at least have a shot at first place. We’ll see. Finally there’s Keeping Up with the Joneses. It’s bad and that’s all I need to say about that. There is good news. This weekend last year was a disaster. The biggest wide release was The Last Witch Hunter and it earned less than $11 million. The biggest film was The Martian, which earned under $16 million. We could have two films top $20 million, so 2016 should end the slump it has been in. More...

2016 Preview: October

October 1st, 2016

The Girl on the Train

September is over and we should all be glad about that. Unless the final weekend brings a surprise $100 million hit or two, 2016’s lead over 2015 will shrink over the month. There were some bright spots, most notably Sully, which will be the biggest hit of the month. On the other hand, we had more outright bombs than even midlevel hits. Sadly, October isn’t much better. There are a couple of films that could be $100 million hits, but most of the films will struggle to become midlevel hits. Both Inferno and The Girl on the Train are aiming for $100 million. One of them might get there too. If both get there, then October will be seen as a success. By comparison, last October was led by The Martian; however, because of a misalignment in the calendar, The Martian’s opening weekend actually lines up with the final weekend in September. It had great legs, so that will help 2015 early in the month, but the rest of the month was terrible last year and I think 2016 will come out ahead as a result. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/21 15 $927,161   505 $1,836   $927,161 3
2016/10/28 19 $450,982 -51% 516 $874   $1,638,966 10
2016/11/04 33 $110,147 -76% 131 $841   $1,950,026 17
2016/11/11 43 $47,674 -57% 85 $561   $2,041,654 24
2016/11/18 55 $12,175 -74% 22 $553   $2,074,648 31
2016/11/25 83 $1,169 -90% 7 $167   $2,080,932 38

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/21 14 $331,924   505 $657   $331,924 1
2016/10/22 - $331,278 n/c 505 $656   $663,202 2
2016/10/23 14 $263,959 -20% 505 $523   $927,161 3
2016/10/24 - $57,946 -78% 505 $115   $985,107 4
2016/10/25 - $77,860 +34% 505 $154   $1,062,967 5
2016/10/26 - $63,205 -19% 505 $125   $1,126,172 6
2016/10/27 - $61,812 -2% 505 $122   $1,187,984 7
2016/10/28 - $127,406 +106% 516 $247   $1,315,390 8
2016/10/29 - $182,441 +43% 516 $354   $1,497,831 9
2016/10/30 - $141,135 -23% 516 $274   $1,638,966 10
2016/10/31 - $54,936 -61% 516 $106   $1,693,902 11
2016/11/01 - $56,035 +2% 516 $109   $1,749,937 12
2016/11/02 - $50,808 -9% 516 $98   $1,800,745 13
2016/11/03 - $39,134 -23% 516 $76   $1,839,879 14
2016/11/04 - $29,139 -26% 131 $222   $1,869,018 15
2016/11/05 - $45,969 +58% 131 $351   $1,914,987 16
2016/11/06 - $35,039 -24% 131 $267   $1,950,026 17
2016/11/07 - $10,082 -71% 131 $77   $1,960,108 18
2016/11/08 - $15,271 +51% 131 $117   $1,975,379 19
2016/11/09 - $8,444 -45% 131 $64   $1,983,823 20
2016/11/10 - $10,157 +20% 131 $78   $1,993,980 21
2016/11/11 - $15,997 +57% 85 $188   $2,009,977 22
2016/11/12 - $18,295 +14% 85 $215   $2,028,272 23
2016/11/13 - $13,382 -27% 85 $157   $2,041,654 24
2016/11/14 - $5,607 -58% 85 $66   $2,047,261 25
2016/11/15 - $5,986 +7% 85 $70   $2,053,247 26
2016/11/16 - $5,858 -2% 85 $69   $2,059,105 27
2016/11/17 - $3,368 -43% 85 $40   $2,062,473 28
2016/11/18 - $2,908 -14% 22 $132   $2,065,381 29
2016/11/19 - $5,616 +93% 22 $255   $2,070,997 30
2016/11/20 - $3,651 -35% 22 $166   $2,074,648 31
2016/11/21 - $1,369 -63% 22 $62   $2,076,017 32
2016/11/22 - $2,555 +87% 22 $116   $2,078,572 33
2016/11/23 - $577 -77% 22 $26   $2,079,149 34
2016/11/24 - $614 +6% 22 $28   $2,079,763 35
2016/11/25 - $349 -43% 7 $50   $2,080,112 36
2016/11/26 - $329 -6% 7 $47   $2,080,441 37
2016/11/27 - $491 +49% 7 $70   $2,080,932 38
2016/11/28 - $68 -86% 7 $10   $2,081,000 39
2016/11/29 - $1,138 +1,574% 7 $163   $2,082,138 40
2016/11/30 - $696 -39% 7 $99   $2,082,834 41
2016/12/01 - $146 -79% 7 $21   $2,082,980 42

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/21 16 $1,187,984   505 $2,352   $1,187,984 7
2016/10/28 19 $651,895 -45% 516 $1,263   $1,839,879 14
2016/11/04 33 $154,101 -76% 131 $1,176   $1,993,980 21
2016/11/11 46 $68,493 -56% 85 $806   $2,062,473 28
2016/11/18 61 $17,290 -75% 22 $786   $2,079,763 35
2016/11/25 69 $3,217 -81% 7 $460   $2,082,980 42

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