Inside Job

Inside Job poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $4,311,834Details
International Box Office $3,487,423
Worldwide Box Office $7,799,257
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $6,554,604 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $913,145 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $7,467,749
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

From Academy Award nominated filmmaker, Charles Ferguson, comes INSIDE JOB, the first film to expose the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008. The global financial meltdown, at a cost of over $20 trillion, resulted in millions of eople losing their homes and jobs. Through extensive research and interviews with major financial insiders, politicians and journalists, INSIDE JOB traces the rise of a rogue industry and unveils the corrosive relationships which have corrupted politics, regulation and academia.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
98% - Certified Fresh
Audience
91% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$2,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 8th, 2010 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
Video Release: March 8th, 2011 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some drug and sex-related material.
(Rating bulletin 2133, 8/11/2010)
Running Time: 108 minutes
Keywords: Corporate Malfeasance, Whistleblowers, Political
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Representational Pictures, Screen Pass Pictures

Cast

Matt Damon    Narrator

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Charles Ferguson
Producer    Audrey Marrs
Executive Producer    Audrey Marrs
Executive Producer    Christina Weiss Lurie
Director   
Screenwriter    Charles Ferguson

DVD Sales: Jackass Makes a Fool of the Competition

Plenty of new releases reached the top 30 on this week's top 30 DVD sales chart; however, there were not many really worth lauding. Jackass 3D won the way, but with just 569,000 units / $9.80 million, it was not a huge seller. Megamind was pushed to second place with 368,000 units / $5.20 million for the week and 2.07 million units / $28.95 million after three. It is rapidly becoming the biggest hit of 2011, at least so far. The Walking Dead: Season One placed third in terms of units with 324,000 sold. However, due to its TV on DVD pricing, it placed second in terms of dollars with $5.83 million. The Next Three Days opened in fourth place with 283,000 units / $3.40 million, which is in line with its disappointing theatrical run. Due Date remaining in fifth place, adding 244,000 units / $3.59 million its its total sales, which have reached 1.51 million units / $21.60 million after three weeks of release. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 8th, 2011

Another incredibly slow week with very few releases that could be considered top tier. None of the first-run releases are really worth picking up for most people, but there are a couple smaller releases that are contenders for Pick of the Week. This includes Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XX, but in the end I gave that honor to Inside Job on either DVD or Blu-ray. More...

Per Theater Chart: I Am Is Number One

There were no films that managed a per theater average of $10,000 or more over the weekend, but I Am came the closest with an average of $9,649 in two theaters. Meanwhile the best new release was Of Gods and Men with an average of $9,360 in 33 theaters. More...

Awards Season: And the Oscars go to... The King's Speech for Best Picture

The Oscar are being handed out tonight and we will be going over the winners as they are announced and giving a few reactions, perhaps there will be a few surprises along the way. This story will be updated as the winners are announced, so check back throughout the evening to see if The King's Speech will be this year's winner, or if The Social Network will manage the upset. Plus there are many other potentially interesting results ahead. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Feature-Length Documentary

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Feature-Length Documentary, which is only slightly more competitive than Best Animated Feature Film. (The next two categories are more competitive, I promise.) More...

Awards Season: WGA Social Secures Another Win

WGA handed out its awards this weekend, and while there were many winners, only three categories were for theatrical releases. More...

Awards Season: Did DGA Crown Speech King?

The Directors Guild of America awards are some of the best indicators for the Oscars with a 90% success rate for predicting Best Director. This is great news for the winner of the feature film category, but it also bodes well for their documentary category. More...

Awards Season: Oscars Offer a Truly Regal Performance

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning, thus ending months of speculation. Along with a (very) few surprises, the list of nominees is mostly a case of Deja Vu. Leading the way, as it has so often this year, was The King's Speech, with 12 nominations, including six in seven of the most prestigious categories (Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, and the four acting categories). But it was far from the only multi-nominated film on the list. More...

Awards Season: No Dark Horses for DGA

The Directors Guild of America spreads out the nomination process, but the last of the theatrical categories were announced today. The guild hands out awards in nearly a dozen categories, but only two for theatrical release. Two categories, ten nominations, and only one that wasn't completely foreseen. More...

Awards Season: WGA Sticks to the Letter of the Law

WGA nominations were announced this week, and there were some strange results, as the guild is sticking to their rules, which resulted in a number of possible Oscar contenders being ruled ineligible. That said, of the non-documentary films, only one hasn't picked up a single nomination previously, so it is hard to say this list is too out there. More...

Awards Season: PGA Doesn't Toy With Expectations

Producers Guild of America announced the nominations in seven categories, three of which are for theatrical releases. Like last year, there was only one repeat nominee, and again like last year, it was a Pixar release. More...

Fighting to the Top of the Per Theater Chart

The Fighter started its run on top of the per theater chart with an average of $75,003 in four theaters. That's not the best per theater average of the year, or even of recent weeks, but it does suggest it will perform well when it expands wide on Friday. Black Swan remained potent on the per theater chart despite very significant expansion. It earned an average of $36,726 in 90 theaters, which is more than enough to assume further expansion over the coming weeks. The King's Speech was close behind with an average of $31,148 in 19 theaters during its third week of release. More...

Harry Potter Tops Another Chart

The overall box office leader, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, also led the way on the per theater chart, pulling in an average of $30,307 in more than 4000 theaters. Last week's winner, Tiny Furniture, was a distant second place, with $16,384 in one theater. Made in Dagenham opened with a disappointing average of $12,521 in three theaters. This should be enough to expand somewhat, but its chances of earning a significant measure of mainstream success took a hit over the weekend. White Material was right behind with an average of $11,538, also in three theaters. More...

Tiny is Anything But on Per Theater Chart

It was a close race for the top of the per theater chart with Tiny Furniture coming out on top with $21,235 in its lone theater. Second place went to 127 Hours with an average of $19,934 in 22 theaters. This bodes well for its chances of expanding. More...

Inside Doing Its Job on the Per Theater Chart

There were three films to top $10,000 on the per theater chart, all of which were new releases. Leading the way was Inside Job, with an average of $19,825 in two theaters. Considering how important the subject is, I'm certainly glad people are seeing it. Nowhere Boy opened in four theaters with an average of $13,187, while Stone was right behind with an average of $12,628 in six theaters. More...

Limited Releases are Wonderful

The list of limited releases is long and varied with a few Oscar potential films, as well as a few that are not being greeted as warmly by critics. Likewise, there are some films opening in only a single theaters, while others are opening in dozens, or even hundreds of theaters. With so many films, a lot will unfortunately fall through the cracks, but hopefully there will also be at least a few hits. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/01/17 42 $10,000   46 $217   $3,623,238 102
2011/02/21 48 $7,618   24 $317   $3,977,509 137

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/10/08 51 $39,649   2 $19,825   $39,649 3
2010/10/15 41 $85,595 +116% 10 $8,560   $148,431 10
2010/10/22 32 $162,570 +90% 24 $6,774   $348,383 17
2010/10/29 27 $184,149 +13% 34 $5,416   $602,698 24
2010/11/05 24 $266,415 +45% 66 $4,037   $957,883 31
2010/11/12 18 $478,767 +80% 250 $1,915   $1,566,031 38
2010/11/19 20 $338,938 -29% 185 $1,832   $2,139,393 45
2010/11/26 22 $307,389 -9% 132 $2,329   $2,627,461 52
2010/12/03 25 $195,394 -36% 127 $1,539   $2,927,899 59
2010/12/10 30 $124,926 -36% 116 $1,077   $3,137,243 66
2010/12/17 34 $70,055 -44% 75 $934   $3,266,357 73
2010/12/24 36 $41,902 -40% 39 $1,074   $3,353,625 80
2010/12/31 41 $54,918 +31% 37 $1,484   $3,452,017 87
2011/01/07 39 $55,949 +2% 46 $1,216   $3,539,370 94
2011/01/14 46 $34,820 -38% 46 $757   $3,613,238 101
2011/01/21 48 $24,248 -30% 23 $1,054   $3,660,812 108
2011/01/28 35 $115,832 +378% 250 $463   $3,790,015 115
2011/02/04 39 $38,896 -66% 79 $492   $3,884,831 122
2011/02/11 45 $26,861 -31% 29 $926   $3,932,976 129
2011/02/18 52 $23,523 -12% 24 $980   $3,969,891 136
2011/02/25 53 $33,568 +43% 53 $633   $4,019,203 143
2011/03/04 43 $68,431 +104% 42 $1,629   $4,121,153 150
2011/03/11 51 $47,880 -30% 41 $1,168   $4,193,818 157
2011/03/18 57 $25,173 -47% 30 $839   $4,237,852 164
2011/03/25 66 $17,524 -30% 22 $797   $4,266,259 171
2011/04/01 80 $8,491 -52% 18 $472   $4,283,265 178
2011/04/08 87 $3,944 -54% 15 $263   $4,293,312 185
2011/04/15 92 $2,177 -45% 4 $544   $4,306,237 192
2011/04/22 98 $2,466 +13% 8 $308   $4,309,596 199
2011/04/29 101 $1,458 -41% 3 $486   $4,311,834 206

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/13/20111290,706 90,706$1,631,801$1,631,8011
3/20/20112530,192-67% 120,898$452,578$2,084,3792

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/13/2011208,962 8,962$179,151$179,1511

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Inside Job Trailer