A portrait of a family on the brink of dissolution set against the backdrop of the refineries of Southeast Texas. Obsessed with heavy metal, dirt bike racing and partaking in the occasional act of vandalism with his band of delinquents, the behavior of 13-year-old Jacob Wilson has begun to raise concerns around town, especially when it starts to involve his younger brother Wes. While the boys’ father Hollis loves his sons, he is still reeling from the loss of their mother, spending more time drowning his sorrows at the local bar and working on his damaged beach house than being an active parent.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 3,901-4,000)
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||June 13th, 2014 (Limited) by IFC Films|
||September 30th, 2014 by Mpi Home Video|
||R for language.|
(Rating bulletin 2336, 8/20/2014)
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||Texas, Coming of Age, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Juvenile Delinquent, Addiction, Depression|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Silver Sail Entertainment, Arts+Labor|
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June 18th, 2014
There were three films in the $10,000 club, including the top two on the overall chart. 22 Jump Street led the way with an average of $17,263. The Rover was wedged between the two wide releases with an average of $13,860 in five theaters. Next up was How to Train Your Dragon 2 with an average of $11,627. This is good, but lower than expected.
June 15th, 2014
Moviegoers are spoiled for choice this weekend, with the two major openers both scoring over 90% positive reviews, and a wealth of returning films that are definitely worth watching. Top of the heap will be 22 Jump Street, which is set to post a $60 million opening weekend—well ahead of the $36.3 million debut posted by the first film in the franchise. With foreign territories also doing significantly better than last time around, 23 Jump Street is surely just a matter of time (my money’s on two years).
June 13th, 2014
Just a quick look at the list of limited releases coming out this week you will find more than a few that are earning great reviews. However, you will also find more than a few that are earning more negative reviews than positive ones. Of the ones earning fantastic reviews, most don't have a lot of buzz. I'm not sure any will be a breakout hit. Both The Amazing Catfish and Burning Bush are earning perfect reviews, so hopefully they will at least do relatively well.
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