The To Do List

The To Do List poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $3,491,669Details
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $58,234 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $55,837 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $114,071
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Set in 1993, valedictorian Brandy Klark wants to shed her uptight image before college, so she assembles a to do list of all the "activities" she missed out on in high school. Quickly realizing that she's way out of her depth, Brandy solicits her best friends, older sister and burnt-out boss for their help and advice. If the group is going to complete the list by September they'll need plenty of imagination and very open minds.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
52% - Rotten
Audience
47% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$1,500,000
Domestic Releases: July 26th, 2013 (Wide) by CBS Films
Video Release: November 19th, 2013 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R
Keywords: Loss Of Virginity, Graduation, Coming of Age, Teenage Sex Comedy
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Varsity Pictures, The Mark Gordon Company

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 19th, 2013

There are some good releases this week, but it is also a shallow week. If you look at Amazon.com's list of new releases, by the third or fourth page, you will find more filler than releases worth talking about. On the other hand, there are a number of late releases that finally arrived and I was able to get done. There are a number of contenders for Pick of the Week this week, including Doctor Who Story 29: The Tenth Planet, which is a must have for all Whovians. Kinky Boots is a very fun movie and you can't beat the price of the DVD. On the other hand, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Blu-ray releases for Season Five and Unification are expensive, but worth it for fans. In the end, I went with The World's End on Blu-ray Combo Pack for Pick of the Week. More...

Per Theater Chart: Now That's Spectacular

The Spectacular Now debuted in first place on the Per Theater Chart with an average of $49,354 in four theaters. This result, plus its excellent reviews, suggests it will have long legs in limited release. Last week's number one film, Blue Jasmine, slipped to second place with an average of $37,174, but it is now playing in 50 theaters, which is an amazing result. Space Station popped back into the $10,000 with an average of $15,352. It has pulled in $88 million after more than a decade of release. The Canyons earned $13,351 in its lone theater, proving there is no such thing as bad publicity. The reviews, on the other hand, were really bad and the film's only real hope is to become a cult classic. That might happen. More...

Per Theater Chart: Blue Cheers Up the Box Office

Blue Jasmine earned top spot on the per theater chart, not just for the week, but for the year. Its per theater average was $102,011 in six theaters, topping the previous yearly best by Spring Breakers. Spring-Breakers finished its theatrical run with just over $14 million, which is a figure Blue Jasmine should top. The Act of Killing remained potent in second place with an average of $13,890 in three theaters. The overall box office leader, The Wolverine, was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $13,536. More...

Weekend Predictions: Wolverine to Slice Through the Competition

It's the final weekend of July and there is only one wide release to deal with, The Wolverine. It should be the easy winner of the weekend, it might pull in enough to become the biggest opening weekend of the month. This isn't likely, but there is a slim chance. There is one other film that might make an appearance in the top ten, The To Do List. Again, it doesn't have a strong chance, but it could happen. The holdovers should be far behind The Wolverine, as only The Conjuring has a shot at $20 million. This weekend last year, both new releases bombed, which is good news for 2013 in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, The Dark Knight Rises took in $62.10 million, which is something The Wolverine should have no trouble topping, while the holdovers should provide more depth. More...

2013 Preview: July

For the most part, June was a really strong month at the box office with nearly every film either matching expectations, or at least coming close enough to call it a victory. Looking forward, there are a dozen films opening wide in July, more or less. One of them, The Smurfs 2, is opening on a Wednesday, so I'm going to hold off talking about that movie till the August preview. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain is opening in less than 1000 theaters, but it has a shot at reaching the top ten during its opening weekend. If we include both of them, there are twelve films, but I think it is better to stick with the ten truly wide, truly July openings. Of these, Despicable Me 2 is clearly going to be the biggest hit at the box office. It could become the second biggest hit of the year so far. It is not the only film that could be a $100 million hit. In fact, there are six films opening in July that I think have a better than 50% chance of reaching that level. There is currently only one film that I think won't at least become a midlevel hit. By comparison in 2012, there were three $100 million movies, led by The Dark Knight Rises, but the rest of the new releases struggled. There's no chance any movie opening this month will top $400 million, in fact, it is quite possible no film will get to $300 million. That said, 2013 has a lot better depth, so it might come out on top in the end. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/26 14 $590,202   591 $999   $590,202 1
2013/07/27 15 $537,371 -9% 591 $909   $1,127,573 2
2013/07/28 15 $451,829 -16% 591 $765   $1,579,402 3
2013/07/29 14 $234,174 -48% 591 $396   $1,813,576 4
2013/07/30 14 $259,068 +11% 591 $438   $2,072,644 5
2013/07/31 15 $201,170 -22% 591 $340   $2,273,814 6
2013/08/01 15 $189,050 -6% 591 $320   $2,462,864 7
2013/08/02 - $199,838 +6% 585 $342   $2,662,702 8
2013/08/03 - $243,378 +22% 585 $416   $2,906,080 9
2013/08/04 - $188,885 -22% 585 $323   $3,094,965 10
2013/08/05 - $111,454 -41% 585 $191   $3,206,419 11
2013/08/06 - $95,770 -14% 585 $164   $3,302,189 12
2013/08/07 - $38,199 -60% 585 $65   $3,340,388 13
2013/08/08 - $37,142 -3% 585 $63   $3,377,530 14
2013/08/09 - $24,039 -35% 86 $280   $3,401,569 15
2013/08/10 - $26,389 +10% 86 $307   $3,427,958 16
2013/08/11 - $19,381 -27% 86 $225   $3,447,339 17
2013/08/12 - $12,344 -36% 86 $144   $3,459,683 18
2013/08/13 - $12,411 +1% 86 $144   $3,472,094 19
2013/08/14 - $12,190 -2% 86 $142   $3,484,284 20
2013/08/15 - $7,385 -39% 86 $86   $3,491,669 21

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/26 15 $1,579,402   591 $2,672   $1,579,402 3
2013/08/02 18 $632,101 -60% 585 $1,081   $3,094,965 10
2013/08/09 41 $69,809 -89% 86 $812   $3,447,339 17

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Cast

Aubrey Plaza    Brandy Klark
Johnny Simmons    Cameron
Bill Hader    Willy
Alia Shawkat    Fiona
Sarah Steele    Wendy
Scott Porter    Rusty Waters
Rachel Bilson    Amber
Christopher Mintz-Plasse    Duffy
Andy Samberg    Van
Donald Glover    Derrick
Connie Britton    Mrs. Klark
Clark Gregg    Judge Clark

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Maggie Carey
Screenwriter    Maggie Carey
Producer    Jennifer Todd
Producer    Brian Robbins
Producer    Sharla Sumpter Bridgett
Executive Producer    Mark Gordon
Executive Producer    Maggie Carey
Executive Producer    Bill Hader
Executive Producer    Tracy McGrath
Executive Producer    Greg Walter
Executive Producer    Tom Lassally
Director of Photography    Doug Emmett
Production Designer    Ryan Berg
Editor    Paul Frank
Composer    Raney Shockne
Music Supervisor    Howard Paar
Costume Designer    Trayce Gigi Field

The To Do List Trailer