Set against the backdrop of 1970's Texas Hill Country, the story follows three characters on various sides of the law - outlaw Bob Muldoon, his wife Ruth Guthrie, and a local sheriff named Patrick Wheeler, who gets caught in their crosshairs.
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||August 16th, 2013 (Limited) by IFC Films|
||November 6th, 2013 (Wide) (Belgium)
November 14th, 2013 (Wide) (Thailand)
December 6th, 2013 (Wide) (Turkey)
July 10th, 2014 (Wide) (Brazil)
||December 17th, 2013 by Mpi Home Video|
||R for some violence.|
(Rating bulletin 2286, 8/21/2013)
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||Prison Break, Fugitive / On the Run, Dysfunctional Family, Unexpected Families, Texas|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Evolution Entertainment, Lagniappe, Sailor Bear, Parts and Labor, Primary Productions, Weinstein Company, Upload Films, Paradox Entertainment|
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December 16th, 2013
It's a busy week with eight or so first-run releases. (It depends on if you count the The Sound of Music Live! as a first-run release.) However, none of them were big hits at the box office. Some of them made enough money to break even sometime on the home market, others struggled more than that, but none were breakout hits. Some of these are still worth picking up. For others, there's a reason they struggled. There are also a few TV on DVD releases this week that are worth picking up, as well as a few limited releases that are strong. All in all, it's a good week on the home market with many DVD and Blu-rays that are worth picking up, some of which I'm looking forward to reviewing... when they show up. This time of year, getting screeners on time tends to be a little harder. I think Burn Notice: Season Seven is the top selection, but I'll have to wait for the screener to make sure. On a side note, next Tuesday is Christmas eve, so there won't be a DVD and Blu-ray Release report. There's only four films worth talking about anyway, so I'm including them on this list. Of next week's films, More Than Honey on DVD or Blu-ray is the Pick of Next Week.
August 21st, 2013
remained in first place on the per theater chart, again with $30,602. The film has made $2 million so far this year and it seems likely it will last long enough to get to $100 million in total, eventually. You Will Be My Son
was next with $15,301 in one theater. Surprisingly Austenland
made the $10,000 club. Given its reviews
and its genre
, earning its per theater average of $10,166 in four theaters is surprisingly high. Blue Jasmine
rounded out the $10,000 club with $10,005. It is already playing in 229 theaters and it will expand more.
August 16th, 2013
There are not a lot of limited release this week and only two of them are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Cutie and the Boxer is earning the best reviews, but it is a documentary, so its potential to expand is limited. Ain't Them Bodies Saints' reviews are not as good, but good enough to suggest it will find an audience in theaters.
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