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Los amantes pasajeros (2013)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $1,359,796Details
International Box Office $12,581,641
Worldwide Box Office $13,941,437
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Synopsis

A very varied group of people are in a precarious situation aboard a plane flying to Mexico City. A technical failure (a kind of justifiable negligence, even though it sounds contradictory, but that’s what human actions are) has endangered the lives of the passengers on Peninsula Flight 2549. The pilots, hardened, experienced professionals are striving, along with their colleagues in the Control Center, to find a solution. The flight attendants and the chief steward are atypical, baroque characters who, in the face of danger, try to forget their own personal problems and devote themselves b ody and soul to the task of making the flight as enjoyable as possible for the passengers, while they wait for a solution. Life in the clouds is as complicated as it is at ground level, and for the same reasons, which could be summarized in two: sex and death. The travelers in Business Class consist of a pair of newlyweds, partygoers, worn out by their wedding celebration; a financier and embezzler; unscrupulous in business but also a father afflicted by his daughter’s estrangement; an inveterate Don Juan with an uneasy conscience who is trying to say goodbye to one of his women (girlfriends); a rural psychic; a queen of the gossip magazines and a Mexican with an important secret. Each of them has a project in Mexico City, either to work or to escape. They all have some kind of secret, not just the Mexican. Their defenselessness in the face of danger provokes a general catharsis among the passengers and the crew, and this ends up becoming the best way to escape from the idea of death. This catharsis, develope d in the tone of a riotous, moral comedy, fills the time with sensational confessions that help them forget the anguish of the moment.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: June 28th, 2013 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics, released as I'm So Excited (International title)
MPAA Rating: R for strong sexual content including crude references, and drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2263, 3/13/2013)
Running Time: 89 minutes
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Keywords: In a Plane, Disaster, LGBT
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: El Deseo, TVE., Canal Plus
Production Countries: Spain

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,345 $1,435 Oct 11, 2013 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,920 $360 Oct 4, 2013 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,205 $560 Sep 27, 2013 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,211 $2,116 Sep 20, 2013 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,107 $6,458 Sep 13, 2013 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,349 $8,348 Sep 6, 2013 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,784 $7,939 Aug 30, 2013 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,894 $13,060 Aug 23, 2013 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,906 $25,168 Aug 16, 2013 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,839 $50,864 Aug 9, 2013 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,574 $124,487 Aug 2, 2013 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,972 $143,892 Jul 26, 2013 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,488 $152,847 Jul 19, 2013 24
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6,079 $97,328 Jun 28, 2013 3

Cast

   Alex Acero
Hugo Silva    Benito Moron
Miguel Angel Silvestre    The Groom
Laya Marti    The Bride
Javier Camara    Joserra
Carlos Areces    Fajas
Raul Arevalo    Ulloa
Jose Maria Yazpik    Infante
Guillermo Toledo    Ricardo Galan
Jose Luis Torrijo    Mr. Mas
Lola Duenas    Bruna
Cecilia Roth    Norma
Blanca Suarez    Ruth

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Pedro Almodovar
Producer    Agustin Almodovar
Producer    Esther Garcia
Editor    Jose Salcedo
Composer    Alberto Iglesias
Director of Photography    Jose Luis Alcaine
Art Director    Antxon Gomez
Set Decorator    Maria Clara Notari
Costume Designer    Tatiana Hernandez

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 7th, 2014

January 5th, 2014

It is a relatively slow week this week. That's not to say there are no releases worth picking up, in fact, there's a close race for Pick of the Week. It's just none of the releases were monster hits at the theaters. This includes a couple of documentaries, The Act of Killing and Inequality for All, as well as a couple of TV on DVD releases, Archer: Season Four and Being Human: Complete Third Season. However, in the end, I went with We Are What We Are on DVD or Blu-ray for Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, Being Human: Complete Third Season on DVD or Blu-ray earns Puck of the Week, for the best Canadian release. More...

Per Theater Chart: Now That's Spectacular

August 7th, 2013

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: Some Reasons to be Excited

July 3rd, 2013

I'm So Excited led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $19,466 in five theaters. It should expand significantly, but it is weaker than most of Pedro Almodovar's previous films. The Heat finished in second place on the overall chart and on the per theater average chart with an average of $12,296. Monsters University was the only other film in the $10,000 club with an average of $11,391. More...

Weekend Estimates: The Heat is Hot, White House is Down and Out

June 30th, 2013

As expected, Monsters University will retain the box office crown this weekend with Disney projecting a thoroughly respectable $46.2 million and a decline of 44% from its opening -- good by today's standards, and particularly good for a sequel (albeit one whose target demographic wasn't born when the original came out). The real action this weekend, though, is among the other films in the top five. The Heat will open with a robust $40 million or so, per Fox, which compares favorably to its forebear Bridesmaids' opening of $26.2 million in 2011 (although a fairer comparison might be the $41.6 million debut of The Hangover 3 in May). Three male-oriented action movies fill out the next three spots on the chart, and the competition was too much for White House Down. More...

Limited Releases: Looking for Redemption

June 28th, 2013

There are nine films on this week's list, with quite a few having strong reviews or impressive casts. Unfortunately, only one of them, I'm So Excited, has both. It is a return to light comedy by Pedro Almodovar and that could help it become the biggest limited release hit of the week. However, it is a foreign language film, which will limit its potential to expand significantly. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/06/28 33 $97,328   5 $19,466   $97,328 3
2013/07/19 32 $152,847   50 $3,057   $674,089 24
2013/07/26 32 $143,892 -6% 76 $1,893   $900,165 31
2013/08/02 36 $124,487 -13% 99 $1,257   $1,101,745 38
2013/08/09 46 $50,864 -59% 52 $978   $1,216,168 45
2013/08/16 58 $25,168 -51% 31 $812   $1,275,606 52
2013/08/23 60 $13,060 -48% 22 $594   $1,306,392 59
2013/08/30 69 $7,939 -39% 11 $722   $1,325,277 66
2013/09/06 74 $8,348 +5% 8 $1,044   $1,337,544 73
2013/09/13 72 $6,458 -23% 9 $718   $1,351,399 80
2013/09/20 92 $2,116 -67% 9 $235   $1,355,292 87
2013/09/27 99 $560 -74% 2 $280   $1,357,091 94
2013/10/04 110 $360 -36% 5 $72   $1,357,971 101
2013/10/11 88 $1,435 +299% 7 $205   $1,359,796 108

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/19 33 $235,031   50 $4,701   $756,273 28
2013/07/26 33 $220,985 -6% 76 $2,908   $977,258 35
2013/08/02 39 $188,046 -15% 99 $1,899   $1,165,304 42
2013/08/09 46 $85,134 -55% 52 $1,637   $1,250,438 49
2013/08/16 53 $42,894 -50% 31 $1,384   $1,293,332 56
2013/08/23 59 $24,006 -44% 22 $1,091   $1,317,338 63
2013/08/30 69 $11,858 -51% 11 $1,078   $1,329,196 70
2013/09/06 63 $15,745 +33% 8 $1,968   $1,344,941 77
2013/09/13 72 $8,235 -48% 9 $915   $1,353,176 84
2013/09/20 83 $3,355 -59% 9 $373   $1,356,531 91
2013/09/27 94 $1,080 -68% 2 $540   $1,357,611 98
2013/10/04 107 $750 -31% 5 $150   $1,358,361 105

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