In Her Shoes

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $32,880,591Details
International Box Office $49,322,439
Worldwide Box Office $82,203,030
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
75% - Certified Fresh
Audience
66% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: October 7th, 2005 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: January 31st, 2006 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic material, language and some sexual content.
Keywords: Dysfunctional Family
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Cameron Diaz    Maggie
Toni Collette    Rose
Mark Feuerstein    Simon Stein
Shirley MacLaine    Ella Hirsch
Eric Balfour    Grant
Ivana Milicevic    Caroline, in photos

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Mark Isham
Director    Curtis Hanson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/10/07 3 $3,011,843   2,808 $1,073   $3,011,843 1
2005/10/08 3 $4,221,973 +40% 2,808 $1,504   $7,233,816 2
2005/10/09 3 $2,783,759 -34% 2,808 $991   $10,017,575 3
2005/10/10 3 $1,280,515 -54% 2,808 $456   $11,298,090 4
2005/10/11 1 $835,628 -35% 2,808 $298   $12,133,718 5
2005/10/12 1 $869,503 +4% 2,808 $310   $13,003,221 6
2005/10/13 2 $946,833 +9% 2,808 $337   $13,950,054 7
2005/10/14 5 $1,888,316 +99% 2,840 $665   $15,838,370 8
2005/10/15 5 $2,663,413 +41% 2,840 $938   $18,501,783 9
2005/10/16 4 $1,554,220 -42% 2,840 $547   $20,056,003 10
2005/10/17 4 $514,509 -67% 2,840 $181   $20,570,512 11
2005/10/18 3 $582,458 +13% 2,840 $205   $21,152,970 12
2005/10/19 2 $557,850 -4% 2,840 $196   $21,710,820 13
2005/10/20 4 $583,373 +5% 2,840 $205   $22,294,193 14
2005/10/21 8 $1,189,598 +104% 2,237 $532   $23,483,791 15
2005/10/22 8 $1,711,706 +44% 2,237 $765   $25,195,497 16
2005/10/23 8 $983,885 -43% 2,237 $440   $26,179,382 17
2005/10/24 7 $307,239 -69% 2,237 $137   $26,486,621 18
2005/10/25 6 $333,963 +9% 2,237 $149   $26,820,584 19
2005/10/26 6 $340,392 +2% 2,237 $152   $27,160,976 20
2005/10/27 6 $346,902 +2% 2,237 $155   $27,507,878 21
2005/11/02 11 $192,317   1,402 $137   $29,751,509 27
2005/12/26 46 $2,017   23 $88   $32,815,761 81
2006/01/02 53 $3,221   24 $134   $32,835,470 88
2006/01/16 57 $1,351   15 $90   $32,865,703 102

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/10/07 3 $10,017,575   2,808 $3,568   $10,017,575 3
2005/10/14 5 $6,105,949 -39% 2,840 $2,150   $20,056,003 10
2005/10/21 8 $3,885,189 -36% 2,237 $1,737   $26,179,382 17
2005/10/28 13 $1,717,152 -56% 1,402 $1,225   $29,225,030 24
2005/11/04 16 $1,104,973 -36% 791 $1,397   $31,053,655 31
2005/11/11 22 $619,487 -44% 486 $1,275   $32,087,627 38
2005/11/18 23 $202,683 -67% 267 $759   $32,462,933 45
2005/11/25 37 $91,150 -55% 133 $685   $32,625,446 52
2005/12/02 44 $50,451 -45% 128 $394   $32,705,430 59
2005/12/09 45 $35,253 -30% 106 $333   $31,762,759 66
2005/12/16 50 $18,806 -47% 61 $308   $32,797,372 73
2005/12/23 41 $5,005 -73% 23 $218   $32,813,744 80
2005/12/30 57 $10,062 +101% 24 $419   $32,832,249 87
2006/01/06 56 $11,604 +15% 23 $505   $32,851,577 94
2006/01/13 62 $7,662 -34% 15 $511   $32,864,352 101
2006/01/20 76 $5,943 -22% 12 $495   $32,873,824 108
2006/01/27 90 $1,922 -68% 8 $240   $32,880,591 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/12/200611177,798 648,025$3,019,010$11,003,4642
2/19/20061797,402-45% 745,427$1,731,700$12,735,1653
2/26/20062564,832-33% 810,259$1,229,429$13,964,5944
3/5/20063071,020+10% 881,279$1,275,548$15,240,1415

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