Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $50,740,078Details
International Box Office $78,200,000
Worldwide Box Office $128,940,078
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
21% - Rotten
Audience
61% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Theatrical Release: September 10th, 2004 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
MPAA Rating: R for non-stop violence, language and some nudity
Franchise: Resident Evil
Keywords: Mutants, Zombies
Source:Based on Game
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

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Sharks 4 - Dwarves 7

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Sharks do a Double-Take

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Shark Attack

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Cast

Milla Jovovich    Alice
Oded Fehr    Carlos Olivera
Jared Harris    Dr. Ashford
Mike Epps    L.J.
Thomas Kretschmann    Cain
Iain Glen    Dr. Isaacs
Razaaq Adoti    Peyton Wells
Sienna Guillory    Jill Valentine

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/09/10 1 $9,300,000   3,284 $2,832   $9,300,000 1
2004/09/11 1 $8,487,303 -9% 3,284 $2,584   $17,718,311 2
2004/09/12 1 $5,317,962 -37% 3,284 $1,619   $23,036,273 3
2004/09/13 1 $1,548,000 -71% 3,284 $471   $24,584,000 4
2004/09/14 1 $1,338,000 -14% 3,284 $407   $25,922,000 5
2004/09/15 1 $1,241,000 -7% 3,284 $378   $27,163,000 6
2004/09/16 1 $1,212,000 -2% 3,284 $369   $28,375,000 7
2004/09/17 3 $2,700,000 +123% 3,284 $822   $31,100,000 8
2004/09/18 3 $3,580,712 +33% 3,284 $1,090   $34,604,576 9
2004/09/19 2 $2,426,686 -32% 3,284 $739   $37,031,262 10
2004/09/20 2 $644,000 -73% 3,284 $196   $37,675,000 11
2004/09/21 2 $649,000 +1% 3,284 $198   $38,324,000 12
2004/09/22 2 $554,000 -15% 3,284 $169   $38,877,000 13
2004/09/23 2 $550,000 -1% 3,284 $167   $39,428,000 14
2004/09/24 5 $1,200,000 +118% 2,736 $439   $40,600,000 15
2004/09/25 4 $1,744,868 +45% 2,836 $615   $42,324,437 16
2004/09/26 4 $1,138,746 -35% 2,836 $402   $43,463,183 17
2004/09/27 3 $341,000 -70% 2,836 $120   $43,804,000 18
2004/09/28 3 $337,000 -1% 2,836 $119   $44,142,000 19
2004/09/29 3 $284,000 -16% 2,836 $100   $44,425,000 20
2004/09/30 3 $292,000 +3% 2,836 $103   $44,717,000 21
2004/10/01 9 $600,000 +105% 1,986 $302   $45,300,000 22
2004/10/02 7 $1,017,309 +70% 1,986 $512   $46,361,164 23
2004/10/03 6 $666,487 -34% 1,986 $336   $47,027,651 24
2004/10/04 6 $190,000 -71% 1,986 $96   $47,218,000 25
2004/10/05 6 $203,000 +7% 1,986 $102   $47,421,000 26
2004/10/06 7 $172,000 -15% 1,986 $87   $47,581,000 27
2004/10/07 7 $176,000 +2% 1,986 $89   $47,758,000 28
2004/10/08 11 $300,000 +70% 1,217 $247   $48,100,000 29
2004/10/09 10 $545,018 +82% 1,217 $448   $48,619,452 30
2004/10/10 10 $391,451 -28% 1,217 $322   $49,010,903 31
2004/10/11 10 $171,000 -56% 1,217 $141   $49,182,000 32
2004/10/12 10 $98,000 -43% 1,217 $81   $49,280,000 33
2004/10/13 10 $89,000 -9% 1,217 $73   $49,369,000 34

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/09/10 1 $23,036,273   3,284 $7,015   $23,036,273 3
2004/09/17 3 $8,656,591 -62% 3,284 $2,636   $37,031,262 10
2004/09/24 4 $4,035,512 -53% 2,836 $1,423   $43,463,183 17
2004/10/01 8 $2,310,267 -43% 1,986 $1,163   $47,027,651 24
2004/10/08 10 $1,253,117 -46% 1,217 $1,030   $49,010,903 31
2004/10/15 15 $673,272 -46% 787 $855   $50,138,512 38
2004/10/22 22 $240,795 -64% 370 $651   $50,585,125 45
2004/10/29 31 $81,302 -66% 196 $415   $50,740,078 52

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