Taxi

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $36,609,966Details
International Box Office $31,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $68,109,966
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
10% - Rotten
Audience
43% - Spilled

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 6th, 2004 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, sensuality and brief violence
Keywords: Buddy Cop, Child Prostitution
Source:Remake
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

Cast

Jimmy Fallon    Washburn
Queen Latifah    Belle
Jennifer Esposito    Robbins
Ann-Margret    Washburn's Mom
Gisele Bundchen    Vanessa
John Krasinski    Messenger #3
Patton Oswalt    Clerk at Inpound Office

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Christophe Beck
Director   

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Gisele Bundchen make\'s her movie debut in Taxi


Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/10/06 4 $300,000   609 $493   $300,000 1
2004/10/07 4 $321,000 +7% 609 $527   $621,000 2
2004/10/08 4 $3,700,000 +1,053% 3,001 $1,233   $4,300,000 3
2004/10/09 4 $5,081,719 +37% 3,001 $1,693   $9,274,011 4
2004/10/10 4 $3,376,900 -34% 3,001 $1,125   $12,650,911 5
2004/10/11 4 $1,361,000 -60% 3,001 $454   $14,012,000 6
2004/10/12 4 $707,000 -48% 3,001 $236   $14,719,000 7
2004/10/13 4 $605,000 -14% 3,001 $202   $15,324,000 8
2004/10/14 4 $677,000 +12% 3,001 $226   $16,001,000 9
2004/10/15 6 $2,200,000 +225% 3,001 $733   $18,201,000 10
2004/10/16 6 $3,527,733 +60% 3,001 $1,176   $21,840,954 11
2004/10/17 5 $2,050,765 -42% 3,001 $683   $23,891,719 12
2004/10/18 6 $434,000 -79% 3,001 $145   $24,326,000 13
2004/10/19 6 $444,000 +2% 3,001 $148   $24,769,000 14
2004/10/20 6 $396,000 -11% 3,001 $132   $25,166,000 15
2004/10/21 6 $440,000 +11% 3,001 $147   $25,606,000 16
2004/10/22 8 $1,200,000 +173% 2,357 $509   $26,800,000 17
2004/10/23 8 $1,857,075 +55% 2,357 $788   $26,681,949 18
2004/10/24 8 $1,047,750 -44% 2,357 $445   $27,729,699 19
2004/10/25 9 $221,000 -79% 2,357 $94   $29,951,000 20
2004/10/26 10 $212,000 -4% 2,357 $90   $30,163,000 21
2004/10/27 9 $205,000 -3% 2,357 $87   $30,369,000 22
2004/10/28 9 $226,000 +10% 2,357 $96   $30,594,000 23
2004/10/29 10 $675,000 +199% 2,357 $286   $31,269,000 24
2004/10/30 10 $959,775 +42% 1,884 $509   $32,205,339 25
2004/10/31 10 $495,012 -48% 1,884 $263   $32,700,351 26
2004/11/01 10 $195,000 -61% 1,884 $104   $32,896,000 27
2004/11/02 10 $219,000 +12% 1,884 $116   $33,115,000 28
2005/01/17 - $9,203   76 $121   $36,501,858 104
2005/02/21 81 $953   14 $68   $36,609,966 139

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/10/08 4 $12,029,832   3,001 $4,009   $12,650,911 5
2004/10/15 6 $7,891,169 -34% 3,001 $2,630   $23,891,719 12
2004/10/22 8 $4,123,642 -48% 2,357 $1,750   $29,729,699 19
2004/10/29 10 $2,106,136 -49% 1,884 $1,118   $32,700,351 26
2004/11/05 13 $1,269,652 -40% 1,099 $1,155   $34,676,646 33
2004/11/12 19 $413,787 -67% 431 $960   $35,409,035 40
2004/11/19 25 $182,127 -56% 264 $690   $35,678,091 47
2004/11/26 32 $109,701 -40% 163 $673   $35,852,247 54
2004/12/03 31 $94,066 -14% 172 $547   $35,970,046 61
2004/12/10 28 $98,191 +4% 192 $511   $36,091,460 68
2004/12/17 36 $60,152 -39% 149 $404   $36,177,654 75
2004/12/24 38 $37,208 -38% 99 $376   $36,249,002 82
2004/12/31 41 $62,725 +69% 77 $815   $36,362,287 89
2005/01/07 42 $52,810 -16% 88 $600   $36,436,447 96
2005/01/14 46 $43,552 -18% 76 $573   $36,492,655 103
2005/01/21 50 $29,116 -33% 55 $529   $36,538,318 110
2005/01/28 61 $20,222 -31% 42 $481   $36,565,160 117
2005/02/04 65 $14,775 -27% 35 $422   $36,584,803 124
2005/02/11 77 $10,286 -30% 21 $490   $36,598,986 131
2005/02/18 85 $7,217 -30% 14 $516   $36,609,013 138

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