When a teenage boy goes missing in a small town already devastated by a fatal mining accident, three strangers find themselves drawn together in a tangle of secrets, lies, and the collective grief of the community. Reeling from the disappearance of her son, Diane finds herself drifting away from her husband, a mining company executive whose role in the accident has made her family the prime target for the town’s anger. When she forms a dangerous bond with the sole survivor of the disaster, truths will be uncovered that threaten to tear apart the few remaining threads holding the town together in this intense drama from writer-director Sara Colangelo.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 14,001-14,100)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 18,001-18,100)
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||January 16th, 2015 (Limited) by Amplify|
||January 16th, 2015, released as Little Accidents (Online Only)|
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||Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release, Accidental Death, Missing Person, Life in a Small Town|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Maiden Voyage Films, Archer Gray Productions, Tiderock Media, Soaring Flight Productions, Mindsmack Productions|
April 20th, 2015
It is another terrible week on the home market. There is only one big movie coming out this week, Taken 3, but its Tomatometer Score is in single digits. It is infinitely skippable. As for contenders for Pick of the Week, there are not a lot. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (DVD or Blu-ray) is the only real contender, while A Most Violent Year is on the list because the screener arrived late and it is the only other release that is an easy recommendation.
January 21st, 2015
American Sniper expanded wide, but it still earned first place on the per theater chart with an average of $25,111 in more than 3,000 theaters. Second place went to Still Alice, which opened with an average of $17,667 in 12 theaters. Those were the only two films to reach the $10,000 club over the three-day weekend, but Ode to me Father came close enough that it probably got there over the four-day weekend.
January 16th, 2015
It is a really, really bad weekend to release a limited release. Not only do fans of art house cinema have a lot of films to choose from, but many of them are busy talking about the Oscar nominations, which were just announced. Even so, there are about a dozen limited releases on this week's list. I seriously doubt most of them will do well enough to make a real impact on the box office. There is one exception, as Still Alice is earning great reviews and even picked up a number of major nominations this Awards Season.
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