Onetime indie music marketer Pete Cozy has settled into a suburban home and a job in the pricing department of a middling supermarket chain. His job is banal but stable, and allows him to spend quality time with his wife and young son; although they're drowning in debts they seem happy. Everything changes when Pete gets a new boss: the beautiful, high powered, fast talking Susan Felders. Thanks to Susan's influence, Pete suddenly finds himself on the executive fast track, which both surprises and excites him. As his salary increases, so do his work hours and Susan's expectations, and the less time he has for his family. Before long, his relationship with his boss starts to cross the line of professional etiquette, with momentum and mutual attraction creating tension in the workplace and at home.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 14,101-14,200)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 17,801-17,900)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 6,501-6,600)
|All Time Domestic Box Office for Comedy Movies (Rank 2,501-2,600)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office for Comedy Movies (Rank 3,201-3,300)
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November 20th, 2012
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 led the overall chart and the per theater chart. Its average was $34,660, which is especially impressive, as it was playing in more than 4,000 theaters. The next best release was Silver Linings Playbook, which earned an average of $27,688 in 16 theaters. This suggests a strong potential to expand, while its reviews suggest a strong word-of-mouth and some Awards Season buzz. Anna Karenina was next up with an average of $20,043, also playing in 16 theaters, but the reviews suggest it will struggle if it tries to expand. The Comedy opened in New York this week after playing in Los Angeles last week and it did really well earning $13,150. Both members of last week's $10,000 club remained above that mark this week with Lincoln earning an average of $11,859 and Skyfall earning an average of $11,727. One final note, while Jab Tak Hai Jaan didn't quite reach that mark with an average of $8,022 in 160 theaters, it debuted on Tuesday. In total, it made $1.94 million, which would have given it an average of $12,136, had it made that over the weekend.
November 16th, 2012
There's good news and bad news this week when it comes to limited releases, and both focus on the same film: Silver Linings Playbook. At the beginning of the month, this was one wide release I was really looking forward to and I thought it had a real chance of being a sleeper hit. However, it was moved up a week and is rolling out in limited release this week before expanding to select cities next week. It should be the biggest hit this week, but expanding wide is never an easy task. There are a few other limited releases this week that have earned some measure of pre-release buzz, but none of them have earned reviews to match.
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