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Kicking and Screaming (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $52,842,724Details
International Box Office $3,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $55,842,724
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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

When deciding to coach his son’s soccer team, Phil Weston goes head-to-head with his overly competitive father Buck, who is coaching his own young son, Phil’s half-brother.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
41% - Rotten
Audience
43% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$45,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 13th, 2005 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: October 11th, 2005 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for thematic elements, language and some crude humor
Running Time: 95 minutes
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Keywords: Soccer, Judd Apatow Buddy Comedy
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,556 $94,125 Jul 29, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,456 $140,385 Jul 22, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,550 $173,160 Jul 15, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,657 $209,585 Jul 8, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,910 $231,795 Jul 1, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,247 $260,925 Jun 24, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,368 $419,540 Jun 17, 2005 38
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 1,216 $50,030,620 Jun 10, 2005 35
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,432 $821,855 Jun 10, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,918 $2,311,155 Jun 3, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,402 $5,131,195 May 27, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 949 $10,721,715 May 20, 2005 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,267 $5,424,350 May 15, 2005 3
Biggest May Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 172 $20,159,925 May 13, 2005 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 839 $20,159,925 May 13, 2005 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 1,355 $20,159,925 May 13, 2005 3
Widest Opening Weekend 354 3,455 May 13, 2005 3
Biggest May Day at the Domestic Box Office 438 $8,672,050 May 14, 2005 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,103 $8,672,050 May 14, 2005 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,427 $6,063,525 May 13, 2005 1

Cast

   Phil Weston
   Buck Weston
Kate Walsh    Barbara Weston
Mike Ditka    Mike Ditka
Josh Hutcherson    Bucky Weston
Steven Anthony Lawrence    Mark Avery
Dylan McLaughlin    Sam Weston
Jeremy Bergman    Hunter
Elliot Cho    Byong Sun
Dallas McKinney    Connor
Rachael Harris    Ann Hogan
Dave Herman    Referee
Musetta Vander    Janice Weston
Laura Kightlinger    Donna Jones
Erik Walker    Ambrose
Jim Turner    Jim Davidson "The Captain"
Francesco Liotti    Gian Piero
Alessandro Ruggiero    Massimo
Sammy Fine    Jack
Timmy Deters    Alex
Julia Campbell    Janet Davidson
Phill Lewis    John Ryan
David Bowe    Forest Avery
Matt Winston    Tom Hanna
Susan Barnes    Diana Ditka
Lu Elrod    Patty
Tom Virtue    Track & Field Coach
Karly Rothenberg    Jack's Mother
Joseph R. Sicari    Umberto
Timm Sharp    Butcher Shop Employee
Stasi Glenn    Butcher Shop Employee
Frank Cassavetes    Butcher Shop Employee
Jose Vivanco    Butcher Shop Employee
Jarrad Paul    Beantown Employee
Robert Patrick Benedict    Beantown Employee
Martin Starr    Beantown Customer
Lisa Lackey    Beantown Customer
Brian Palermo    Beantown Customer
Scott Adsit    Stew
Peter Jason    Clark
Gus Buktenica    Caring Soccer Dad
Jeffrey Noah    Phil (Age 9 & 11)
Kaitlyn Arens    Baby Phil
Harrison Doyle    Tiger
Christopher Garcia-Reyes    Tiger
Chase Klitzner    Tiger
Brandon Vincent    Tiger
Zack Hendrickson    Gladiator
Logan Rouse    Gladiator
Daniel Barrera    Gladiator
Brett Berman    Gladiator
Richard G. Fray II    Gladiator
Jeffrey Koval    Gladiator
Kyle Nathanson    Gladiator
Jeffrey Thomas Nemit III    Gladiator
Jack Polson    Gladiator
Wesley Taylor    Gladiator
Michael Uyehara    Gladiator
Tyler Reid West    Gladiator
Mason Lucero    Tarantula
Austin Marques    Tarantula
Vahe Nabaldian    Tarantula
Willie Amakye    Cosmos player

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Leo Benvenuti
Screenwriter    Steve Rudnick
Producer    Jimmy Miller
Executive Producer    Charles Roven
Executive Producer    Judd Apatow
Executive Producer    Daniel Lupi
Directory of Photography    Lloyd Ahern
Production Designer    Clayton R. Hartley
Editor    Stuart Pappe
Editor    Peter Teschner
Costume Designer    Pamela Withers
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Composer    Mark Isham
Associate Producer    Mia Apatow
Assistant Director    Jonathan Watson
Unit Production Manager    Daniel Lupi
Unit Production Manager    Roee Sharon Peled
Unit Production Manager    Louis Friedman
Production Supervisor    Will Weiske
Art Director    Virginia Randolph Weaver
Set Decorator    Jan Pascale
Costume Supervisor    Michelle Kurpaska
Associate Editor    Laura Steiger
Additional Editor    Nina Kawasaki
Production Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Supervising Sound Editor    Ron Eng
Sound Effects Editor    Doug Jackson
Sound Effects Editor    Rick Franklin
Sound Effects Editor    Steve Tushar
Dialogue Editor    Robert Troy
Dialogue Editor    Mark Gordon
Dialogue Editor    Eliza Zebert
Supervising Music Editor    Curtis Roush
Music Editor    Andrew Silver
Makeup (Head)    Lisa Layman
Makeup (Head)    Manlio Rocchetti
Hairstylist (Head)    Deborah Ann Piper
Additional Music    Lyle Workman
Additional Music    Chad Fischer
Executive Music Producer    Kathy Nelson
Casting Director    Juel Bestrop
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy
Stunt Coordinator    Webster Whinery
Music Coordinator    Jojo Villanueva

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/05/13 2 $20,159,925   3,455 $5,835   $20,159,925 3
2005/05/20 3 $10,721,715 -47% 3,470 $3,090   $34,196,720 10
2005/05/27 5 $5,131,195 -52% 2,966 $1,730   $42,744,775 17
2005/06/03 9 $2,311,155 -55% 1,827 $1,265   $47,720,545 24
2005/06/10 13 $821,855 -64% 754 $1,090   $49,619,995 31
2005/06/17 16 $419,540 -49% 482 $870   $50,450,160 38
2005/06/24 21 $260,925 -38% 355 $735   $50,995,180 45
2005/07/01 25 $231,795 -11% 303 $765   $51,400,220 52
2005/07/08 25 $209,585 -10% 262 $800   $51,784,030 59
2005/07/15 27 $173,160 -17% 234 $740   $52,114,550 66
2005/07/22 29 $140,385 -19% 216 $650   $52,375,530 73
2005/07/29 33 $94,125 -33% 176 $535   $52,580,895 80

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/05/13 2 $6,063,525   3,457 $1,754   $6,063,525 1
2005/05/14 2 $8,672,050 +43% 3,457 $2,509   $14,735,575 2
2005/05/15 2 $5,424,350 -37% 3,457 $1,569   $20,159,925 3
2005/05/16 2 $1,019,000 -81% 3,457 $295   $21,179,000 4
2005/05/17 2 $879,000 -14% 3,457 $254   $22,059,000 5
2005/05/18 2 $726,000 -17% 3,455 $210   $22,784,000 6
2005/05/19 3 $691,000 -5% 3,455 $200   $23,475,005 7
2005/05/20 3 $3,209,755 +365% 3,470 $925   $26,684,760 8
2005/05/21 3 $4,458,950 +39% 3,470 $1,285   $31,143,710 9
2005/05/22 3 $3,053,010 -32% 3,470 $880   $34,196,720 10
2005/05/23 3 $1,022,000 -67% 2,470 $414   $35,219,000 11
2005/05/24 3 $729,000 -29% 2,470 $295   $35,947,000 12
2005/05/25 3 $747,000 +2% 2,470 $302   $36,695,000 13
2005/05/26 3 $919,000 +23% 2,470 $372   $37,614,000 14
2005/05/27 5 $1,423,680 +55% 2,966 $480   $39,037,260 15
2005/05/28 5 $1,838,935 +29% 2,966 $620   $40,876,195 16
2005/05/29 5 $1,868,580 +2% 2,966 $630   $42,744,775 17
2005/05/30 6 $1,379,190 -26% 2,966 $465   $44,123,965 18
2005/05/31 6 $430,070 -69% 2,966 $145   $44,554,035 19
2005/06/01 7 $428,160 n/c 2,966 $144   $44,982,195 20
2005/06/02 7 $427,195 n/c 2,966 $144   $45,409,390 21
2005/06/03 9 $749,070 +75% 1,827 $410   $46,158,460 22
2005/06/04 9 $977,445 +30% 1,827 $535   $47,135,905 23
2005/06/05 9 $584,640 -40% 1,827 $320   $47,720,545 24
2005/06/06 9 $228,375 -61% 1,830 $125   $47,948,920 25
2005/06/07 9 $264,915 +16% 1,830 $145   $48,213,835 26
2005/06/08 9 $292,320 +10% 1,830 $160   $48,506,155 27
2005/06/09 9 $291,985 n/c 1,830 $160   $48,798,140 28
2005/07/04 24 $43,935   303 $145   $51,444,155 53

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/05/13 3 $23,475,005   3,455 $6,795   $23,475,005 7
2005/05/20 3 $14,138,575 -40% 3,470 $4,075   $37,613,580 14
2005/05/27 5 $7,795,810 -45% 2,966 $2,628   $45,409,390 21
2005/06/03 9 $3,388,750 -57% 1,827 $1,855   $48,798,140 28
2005/06/10 16 $1,232,480 -64% 754 $1,635   $50,030,620 35
2005/06/17 15 $703,635 -43% 482 $1,460   $50,734,255 42
2005/06/24 22 $434,170 -38% 355 $1,223   $51,168,425 49
2005/07/01 24 $406,020 -6% 303 $1,340   $51,574,445 56
2005/07/08 24 $366,945 -10% 262 $1,401   $51,941,390 63
2005/07/15 26 $293,755 -20% 234 $1,255   $52,235,145 70
2005/07/22 28 $251,625 -14% 216 $1,165   $52,486,770 77

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