New York City air traffic controller Dylan Branson is the embodiment of a guy at the top of his game, until one day at 2:22pm, a blinding flash of light paralyzes him for a few crucial seconds as two passenger planes barely avoid a midair collision. Suspended from his job, Dylan begins to notice the increasingly ominous repetition of sounds and events in his life that happen at exactly the same time everyday. An underlying pattern builds, mysteriously drawing him into Grand Central Station everyday 2:22pm. As he’s drawn into a complex relationship with a beautiful woman who works in an art gallery, Sarah, disturbingly complicated by her ex-boyfriend Jonas, Dylan must break the power of the past, and take control of time itself.
||July 7th, 2017 (Wide)|
||September 26th, 2017 by Magnolia Home Entertainment|
||PG-13 for violence and some sexuality.|
(Rating bulletin 2472 (Cert #51009), 4/19/2017)
||New York City, Romance, Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release, Time Travel, Voiceover/Narration|
|Source:||Based on Fiction Book/Short Story|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Lightstream Pictures, Walk the Line Entertainment, Wild Eddie Productions, Ingenious Media, 2929 Productions, Screen NSW|
July 6th, 2017
The Little Hours led the way on the theater average chart with an average of $30,780 in two theaters. This is Gunpowder and Sky’s first release, which makes its first place finish even more impressive. Last week’s winner, The Big Sick, held on well in second place with an average of $23,267 in 71 theaters. The only other film in the $10,000 club was the overall first place film, Despicable Me 3, which earned an average of $15,993.
June 30th, 2017
It is not a great week for limited releases, as there are none that are expected to earn any measure of mainstream success. Okja is earning the loudest buzz, but it is playing on Netflix, so its box office chances are close to zero. The Little Hours has the best cast and its reviews are over 80% positive, but black comedies rarely do well in theaters. Finally, The B-Side is earning some of the best reviews, but documentaries rarely escape the art house circuit.
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