In this radically reimagined American Western set towards the end of the Civil War, Southerner Augusta encounters two renegade, drunken soldiers who are on a mission of pillage and violence. After escaping an attempted assault, Augusta races back to the isolated farmhouse that she shares with her sister Louise and their female slave Mad When the pair of soldiers track Augusta down intent on exacting revenge, the trio of women are forced to take up arms to fend off their assailants, finding ways to resourcefully defend their home––and themselves––as the escalating attacks become more unpredictable and relentless.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 12,701-12,800)
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|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 15,101-15,200)
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|All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 4,001-4,100)
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||September 25th, 2015 (Limited) by Drafthouse Films|
||June 17th, 2016 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
||December 29th, 2015 by Cinedigm|
||R for strong violence including a sexual assault.|
(Rating bulletin 2321, 5/7/2014)
||vs. The Retrieval|
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||The Civil War, 1800s, Home Invasion, Sex Crimes|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Historical Fiction|
||Wind Dancer Films, Gilbert Films, Anonymous Content, Sierra Films, Affinity|
February 2nd, 2016
This week the home market is led by a Blu-ray double-dip, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, while there is also an Oscar contender, Bridge of Spies, on the top. After that, the list is filled with bombs and weaker limited releases. It was an easy choice to select Snow White as Pick of the Week.
September 29th, 2015
It is very rare for a limited release to repeat on top of the per theater chart, because if a film does well enough to lead the per theater chart, they tend to expand so much that repeating on top becomes nearly impossible. Sicario expanded from 6 to 59 theaters, but still managed first place with an average of $29,107. At this pace, it will expand semi-wide, at the very least. Lost in Hong Kong was next with an average of $19,916 in 27 theaters. It is already more than halfway to its first major milestone after just one weekend of release. I think more and more Chinese films will get limited releases here. 99 Homes was next with an average of $16,127 in two theaters. This is enough to suggest some potential to expand, especially if it can turn its reviews into Award Season Buzz. The overall box office champ, Hotel Transylvania 2, was next with an average of $12,910. The final film in the $10,000 club was Mississippi Grind with $12,434 in its lone theater. It looks like it will be another success for A24.
September 25th, 2015
While it isn't a quiet week for limited releases, nearly all of the buzz is directed towards two films, 99 Homes and Mississippi Grind. The former will likely be the biggest box office hit, but the later is a gambling movie, so it is the one I most want to see.
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