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The Trip (2011)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $2,030,962Details
International Box Office $1,424,259Details
Worldwide Box Office $3,455,221
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  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Tapped by The Observer to to review fine restaurants throughout the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, Steve finds himself without a traveling companion after his girlfriend decides not to go at the last minute. After being turned down by everyone else he knows, Steve extends an invitation to Rob, and together the pair attempt to navigate the winding back roads of rural England, impersonating popular celebrities such as Michael Caine, Woody Allen and Liam Neeson and bickering along the way. Over the course of six different meals at six different restaurants, the ultimate odd couple tests the limits of their friendship, questioning what is most important to them and along the way discover the limits of what they are and are not willing to give up for fame.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: June 10th, 2011 (Limited) by IFC Films
Video Release: October 11th, 2011 by Mpi Home Video
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 111 minutes
Franchise: The Trip
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Keywords: Road Trip, Improvised, Food, Fictionalized Version of Yourself, Relationships Gone Wrong, TV Mini-Series, News, Writing and Writers, Mid-Life Crisis, Movie Business, Recut
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Revolution Studios, Baby Cow, Arbie Productions
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Top 2011 Theater Average Limited Release 88 $12,984 Jun 10, 2011 3

Cast

   Steve
   Rob
Claire Keelan    Emma
Margo Stilley    Mischa
Rebecca Johnson    Sally
Dolya Gavanski    Magda
Kerry Shale    Steve's US Agent

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Cinematographer    Ben Smithard
Editor    Mags Arnold
Composer    Michael Nyman
Executive Producer    Henry Normal
Executive Producer    Simon Lupton
Producer    Andrew Eaton
Producer    Melissa Parmenter

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 1st, 2011

November 1st, 2011

The selection of home market releases is rather soft this week. Sure, Cars 2 was a major hit at the box office, but it is the only major hit on this week's list. The best selling TV on DVD release is Californication, which is a cable show, while the top ten selling titles according to Amazon.com include limited releases, catalogue titles and direct-to-DVD releases. There are more second-tier Christmas releases than any other type of release. There are far fewer titles that are worth picking up than last week, and the the Pick of the Week contenders are even more limited. Transformers: Beast Wars comes out on a Complete Series Collection and that could be Pick of the Week material, but I'm still waiting for the screener. More...

Featured DVD Review: The Trip

October 27th, 2011

The Trip is a pseudo-sequel to Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story. Both movies were directed by Michael Winterbottom and both movies feature Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon playing fictionalized versions of themselves. The original mini-series was cut down to a feature-length running time, but does it still work? Or was too much cut for it to be compelling? More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 11th, 2011

October 12th, 2011

It's not a particularly strong week on the home market. The biggest first run release coming out this week is Horrible Bosses, which was a surprise $100 million hit. Green Lantern will likely be the best selling release of the week, but it disappointed with critics and at the box office. As far as the best of the best goes, The Tree of Life Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack is the best bet as far as Pick of the Week goes, bu there are a few others that are worth picking up. There are also a couple of late arrivals that deserve honorable mentions this week: Castle: Season Three and Dumbo - Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

Per Theater Chart: Restlessly Waiting for Awards Season

September 21st, 2011

Restless won the race to the top of the per theater chart with $15,467 in its lone theater. However, given its reviews, I don't think the word of mouth will be there to help it expand. The Lion King was second with an average of $12,941. The Mill and the Cross was the only other film to cross $10,000 at $11,354 over the weekend and $15,443 from Wednesday through Sunday. More...

Per Theater Chart: Harry Potter and Yet Another Record

July 19th, 2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow, Part 2 added another record over the weekend earning the highest per theater average for a wide release with $38,672, surpassing the previous record holder, The Dark Knight. However, Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour still holds the record for best per theater average for a number one film at $45,561. That record might not be broken till the $200 million opening weekend milestone is cracked. The only other member of the $10,000 club was Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness, which grew by a few percent to $20,998. Its ability to expand is untested, but growth is always a good sign. More...

Per Theater Chart: Hat Trick for Tree

June 14th, 2011

The Tree of Life remained in top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $17,596 in 47 theaters. It will clearly expand further, and it is safe to say it has already earned some measure of mainstream success. The Trip opened well with an average of $12,984 in six theaters. It did earn great reviews, so it might last a long time in theaters. On the other hand, I think its target audience is too narrow to expand significantly. Beginners was in a virtual tie with an average of $12,793. It will start hitting milestones soon. Super 8 opened with an average of $10,492 while in saturation level theater count. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spielberg Homage Earns Super $37 Million

June 12th, 2011

As someone on Twitter put it this morning, Super 8's $37 million opening takes E.T.'s lifetime gross to $472 million.

The robust opening for J.J. Abrams homage to Steven Spielberg will satisfy Paramount, especially with the heart of the Summer season ahead of it, good reviews and great word-of-mouth. $100 million should be easily achieved from this beginning, and even better numbers aren't out of the question. For a film that reportedly cost $50 million, that's not bad going. More...

Limited Releases are a Real Trip

June 10th, 2011

While this week's list of limited releases isn't as long as some in the past couple of months, it does have one of the best-reviewed films of the summer, The Trip. And while Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are not exactly household names here, the latest film by Michael Winterbottom could turn out to be his biggest hit here. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/10 33 $77,904   6 $12,984   $77,904 3
2011/06/17 25 $176,365 +126% 30 $5,879   $289,888 10
2011/06/24 25 $155,327 -12% 38 $4,088   $530,195 17
2011/07/01 25 $160,671 +3% 40 $4,017   $764,635 24
2011/07/08 32 $104,283 -35% 38 $2,744   $951,179 31
2011/07/15 35 $94,357 -10% 41 $2,301   $1,090,768 38
2011/07/22 35 $129,612 +37% 46 $2,818   $1,269,925 45
2011/07/29 38 $99,394 -23% 55 $1,807   $1,420,863 52
2011/08/05 36 $123,040 +24% 60 $2,051   $1,596,668 59
2011/08/12 44 $79,421 -35% 55 $1,444   $1,732,786 66
2011/08/19 48 $64,715 -19% 47 $1,377   $1,836,621 73
2011/08/26 51 $39,464 -39% 52 $759   $1,907,987 80
2011/09/02 68 $24,055 -39% 36 $668   $1,950,921 87
2011/09/09 77 $13,379 -44% 28 $478   $1,980,296 94
2011/09/16 64 $16,365 +22% 22 $744   $2,002,815 101
2011/09/23 89 $6,758 -59% 12 $563   $2,014,922 108

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/04 24 $37,147   40 $929   $801,782 25
2011/09/05 66 $6,400   36 $178   $1,957,321 88

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/10 37 $113,523   6 $18,921   $113,523 7
2011/06/17 26 $261,345 +130% 30 $8,712   $374,686 14
2011/06/24 28 $229,096 -12% 38 $6,029   $603,964 21
2011/07/01 26 $242,932 +6% 40 $6,073   $846,896 28
2011/07/08 35 $149,515 -38% 38 $3,935   $996,411 35
2011/07/15 36 $143,902 -4% 41 $3,510   $1,140,313 42
2011/07/22 36 $181,156 +26% 47 $3,854   $1,321,469 49
2011/07/29 37 $152,159 -16% 53 $2,871   $1,473,628 56
2011/08/05 39 $179,737 +18% 60 $2,996   $1,653,365 63
2011/08/12 42 $118,053 -34% 55 $2,146   $1,771,418 70
2011/08/19 47 $96,617 -18% 46 $2,100   $1,868,523 77
2011/08/26 53 $58,343 -40% 48 $1,215   $1,926,866 84
2011/09/02 67 $40,051 -31% 36 $1,113   $1,966,917 91
2011/09/09 79 $19,533 -51% 28 $698   $1,986,450 98
2011/09/16 67 $21,714 +11% 22 $987   $2,008,164 105
2011/09/23 88 $8,181 -62% 9 $909   $2,016,345 112

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