We Own the Night

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $28,563,179Details
International Box Office $26,744,678
Worldwide Box Office $55,307,857
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $22,705,785 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $22,705,785
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
57% - Rotten
Audience
61% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$28,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 12th, 2007 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: February 12th, 2008 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, drug material, language, some sexual content and brief nudity
Keywords: Mafia
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Joaquin Phoenix    Bobby Green
Mark Wahlberg    Joseph Grusinsky
Eva Mendes    Amanda Juarez
Robert Duvall    Burt Grusinsky
Antoni Corone    Michael Solo
Moni Moshonov    Marat Bujayev
Oleg Taktarov    Pavel Lubyarsky
Alex Veadov    Vadim Nezhinski
Danny Hoch    Jumbo Falsetti
Tony Musante    Jack Shapiro
Dominic Colon    Freddie
Joe D'Onofrio    Bloodied Patron
Elena Solovey    Kalina Buzhayev
Maggie Kiley    Sandra Grusinsky
Paul Herman    Spiro Giavannis
Craig Walker    Russell De Keifer
Claudia Lopez    Claudia
Kate Condidorio    Hazel
Ed Shkolnikov    Eli Mirichenko
Katya Savina    Eli & Masha's Daughter
Matthew Djentchouraen    Eli & Masha's Son
Scott Nicholson    Nat the Cop
Robert Kirk    Sergeant Provenzano
Al Linea    Portly Cop
Teddy Coluca    Uniformed Cop
Frank Girardeau    Police Chaplain
Joe Coffey    Uniformed Cop
Jose E. Soto    Latino Man
Greg Wilson    Poker Player
Ed Koch    Mayor
Fred Burrell    Commissioner Ruddy
Mike Massimino    Hospital Guard
Ed Conlon    Hospital Guard
Sharon Wilkins    Nurse
Ross Broder    Tattooed Man
Francis Toumbakaris    Slavic Youth
Hoon Lee    Emergency Services Driver
Barbara Ann Davison    Neighbor Lady
Irwin Gray    Neighbor
Luigi Scorcia    Luigi
Miriam Cruz    Amanda's Mother
Doug Torres    Schneider
Tony Guida    Vitt the Guard
Rob McKay    Riker's Desk Guard
Blaise Corrigan    Police Officer
Karl Bury    Random Cop
Coati Mundi    Himself
Joe Forbrich    Guard
Robert Pennacchia    Guard
Richard Petrocelli    Tough Looking Cop
Nik Pjeternikaj    Albanian Drug Lord
Jamal Weathers    Parabolic Engineer
Elliot Santiago    El Caribe Bouncer
Jeff Ward    El Caribe Bouncer
Christopher Place    El Caribe Party Patron
Samantha MacIvor    El Caribe Party Patron
Bob Colletti    El Caribe Party Patron
Aaron Vexler    El Caribe Party Patron
Victor Tatarkin    Vadim's Goon
Pat Walsh    Eli Bodyguard

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Gray
Screenwriter    James Gray
Producer    Nick Wechsler
Producer    Marc Butan
Producer    Mark Wahlberg
Producer    Joaquin Phoenix
Executive Producer    Todd Wagner
Executive Producer    Mark Cuban
Executive Producer    Anthony Katagas
Co-Producer    Couper Samuelson
Co-Producer    Mike Upton
Cinematographer    Joaquin Baca-Asay
Production Designer    Ford Wheeler
Editor    John Axelrad
Costume Designer    Michael Clancy
Composer    Wojchiech Kilar
Music Supervisor    Dana Sano
Casting Director    Douglas Aibel
Assistant Director    Doug Torres
Second Unit Director    Craig Haagensen
Unit Production Manager    Anthony Katagas
Production Supervisor    Janice Williams
Set Decorator    James C. Feng
Set Decorator    Catherine Davis
Second Unit Camera    Craig Haagensen
Costume Supervisor    Marcia Patten
Additional Editor    Tom Cross
Sound Mixer    Tom Varga
Re-recording Mixer    Gary Rizzo
Re-recording Mixer    Kent Sparling
Supervising Sound Editor    Douglas Murray
Sound Effects Editor    Robert Shoup
Sound Effects Editor    Samuel H. Hinckley
Sound Designer    Douglas Murray
Dialogue Editor    Marilyn McCoppen
Dialogue Editor    Jonathan Null
Dialogue Editor    Marshall Winn
Music Editor    Angie Rubin
Makeup    Kelly Gleason
Hairstylist    Milton Buras
Stunt Coordinator    Manny Siverio

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/12 2 $3,791,874   2,362 $1,605   $3,791,874 1
2007/10/13 4 $4,342,255 +15% 2,362 $1,838   $8,134,129 2
2007/10/14 3 $2,692,158 -38% 2,362 $1,140   $10,826,287 3
2007/10/15 2 $895,738 -67% 2,362 $379   $11,722,025 4
2007/10/16 2 $952,587 +6% 2,362 $403   $12,674,612 5
2007/10/17 3 $857,419 -10% 2,362 $363   $13,532,031 6
2007/10/18 3 $751,692 -12% 2,362 $318   $14,283,723 7
2007/10/19 8 $1,817,264 +142% 2,362 $769   $16,100,987 8
2007/10/20 7 $2,262,495 +25% 2,362 $958   $18,363,482 9
2007/10/21 6 $1,341,034 -41% 2,362 $568   $19,704,516 10
2007/10/22 4 $476,892 -64% 2,362 $202   $20,181,408 11
2007/10/23 4 $562,451 +18% 2,362 $238   $20,743,859 12
2007/10/24 4 $484,772 -14% 2,362 $205   $21,228,631 13
2007/10/25 5 $441,375 -9% 2,362 $187   $21,670,006 14
2007/10/26 9 $1,070,671 +143% 2,402 $446   $22,740,677 15
2007/10/27 10 $1,427,358 +33% 2,402 $594   $24,168,035 16
2007/10/28 9 $896,983 -37% 2,402 $373   $25,065,018 17
2007/10/29 8 $302,552 -66% 2,402 $126   $25,367,570 18
2007/10/30 6 $318,990 +5% 2,402 $133   $25,686,560 19
2007/10/31 8 $311,725 -2% 2,402 $130   $25,998,285 20
2007/11/01 6 $332,123 +7% 2,402 $138   $26,330,408 21
2007/11/02 - $417,687 +26% 1,634 $256   $26,748,095 22
2007/11/05 12 $113,651   1,634 $70   $27,761,915 25
2007/11/06 11 $142,038 +25% 1,634 $87   $27,903,953 26
2007/11/07 12 $133,459 -6% 1,634 $82   $28,037,412 27
2007/11/08 12 $137,599 +3% 1,634 $84   $28,175,011 28

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/12 3 $10,826,287   2,362 $4,584   $10,826,287 3
2007/10/19 7 $5,420,793 -50% 2,362 $2,295   $19,704,516 10
2007/10/26 9 $3,395,012 -37% 2,402 $1,413   $25,065,018 17
2007/11/02 13 $1,317,856 -61% 1,634 $807   $27,648,264 24
2007/11/09 25 $388,168 -71% 387 $1,003   $28,563,179 31

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/17/20082551,531 551,531$10,445,997$10,445,9971
2/24/20084197,636-64% 749,167$3,784,729$14,230,7272
3/2/20081991,986-53% 841,153$1,825,922$16,056,6493
3/9/20081858,671-36% 899,824$1,157,579$17,214,2274
3/16/20082754,813-7% 954,637$1,075,979$18,290,2075
3/30/20082925,400 1,014,709$482,346$19,435,8287

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