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Night Catches Us (2010)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $76,185Details
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Synopsis

In 1976, after years of mysterious absence, Marcus returns to the Philadelphia neighborhood where he came of age in the midst of the Black Power movement. While his arrival raises suspicion among his family and former neighbors, he finds acceptance from his old friend Patricia and her daughter. However, Marcus quickly finds himself at odds with the organization he once embraced, whose members suspect he orchestrated the slaying of their former comrade-in-arms. In a startling sequence of events, Marcus must protect a secret that could shatter everyone's beliefs as he rediscovers his forbidden passion for Patricia.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 3rd, 2010 (Limited) by Magnolia Pictures
MPAA Rating: R for language, some sexuality and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2131, 7/28/2010)
Running Time: 89 minutes
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Keywords: You Can't Go Home Again, Political, Bigotry
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Gigantic Pictures, SimonSays Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Cast

   Marcus
   Patricia
Jamie Hector    DoRight
Wendell Pierce    David Gordon
Amari Cheatom    Jimmy Dixon
Jamara Griffin    Iris Wilson
Tariq Trotter    Bostic Washington

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Sean Costello
Producer    Jason Orans
Co-Producer    Katie Mustard
Co-Producer    Adam Spielberg
Executive Producer    Ron Simons
Cinematographer    David Tumblety
Production Designer    Beth Mickle
Editor    John Chimples
Editor    Affonso Goncalves

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/12/03 56 $13,562   4 $3,391   $13,562 1
2010/12/10 60 $11,158 -18% 9 $1,240   $29,282 2
2010/12/17 60 $6,147 -45% 5 $1,229   $41,329 3
2010/12/24 67 $2,311 -62% 5 $462   $47,637 4
2010/12/31 72 $3,459 +50% 4 $865   $54,914 5
2011/01/07 78 $2,808 -19% 4 $702   $59,585 6
2011/01/14 91 $1,355 -52% 3 $452   $61,719 7
2011/01/21 96 $459 -66% 3 $153   $63,557 8
2011/01/28 81 $2,201 +380% 4 $550   $67,189 9
2011/02/04 68 $4,805 +118% 3 $1,602   $72,792 10
2011/02/11 100 $804 -83% 2 $402   $73,857 11
2011/02/18 106 $724 -10% 4 $181   $75,343 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/01/17 78 $65   3 $22   $61,784 46
2011/02/21 79 $452   4 $113   $75,795 81

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/12/03 60 $18,124   4 $4,531   $18,124 1
2010/12/10 56 $17,058 -6% 9 $1,895   $35,182 2
2010/12/17 64 $10,144 -41% 5 $2,029   $45,326 3
2010/12/24 70 $6,129 -40% 5 $1,226   $51,455 4
2010/12/31 76 $5,322 -13% 4 $1,331   $56,777 5
2011/01/07 78 $3,587 -33% 4 $897   $60,364 6
2011/01/14 91 $2,734 -24% 3 $911   $63,098 7
2011/01/21 92 $1,890 -31% 3 $630   $64,988 8
2011/01/28 83 $2,999 +59% 4 $750   $67,987 9
2011/02/04 74 $5,066 +69% 3 $1,689   $73,053 10
2011/02/11 96 $1,566 -69% 2 $783   $74,619 11
2011/02/18 103 $1,176 -25% 4 $294   $76,185 12

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