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Argentina Box Office for St. Vincent (2014)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Argentina Box Office $0Details
Worldwide Box Office $54,837,234Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $6,101,732 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $1,703,769 Details
Total North America Video Sales $7,805,501
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Maggie, a single mother, moves into a new home in Brooklyn with her 12-year old son, Oliver. Forced to work long hours, she has no choice but to leave Oliver in the care of their new neighbor, Vincent, a retired curmudgeon with a penchant for alcohol and gambling. An odd friendship soon blossoms between the improbable pair. Together with a pregnant stripper named Daka, Vincent brings Oliver along on all the stops that make up his daily routine - the race track, a strip club, and the local dive bar. Vincent helps Oliver grow to become a man, while Oliver begins to see in Vincent something that no one else is able to: a misunderstood man with a good heart.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$13,000,000
Argentina Releases: January 29th, 2015 (Wide)
Video Release: February 17th, 2015 by Anchor Bay Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for mature thematic material including sexual content, alcohol and tobacco use, and for language.
(Rating bulletin 2329, 7/2/2014)
Running Time: 102 minutes
Keywords: Addiction, Gambling, Ex-soldier, Single Parent, Nurse, Coming of Age, Bad Role Models
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Chernin Entertainment
Production Countries: United States


Bill Murray    Vincent
Melissa McCarthy    Maggie
Naomi Watts    Daka
Chris O'Dowd    Father Geraghty
Terrence Howard    Zucko
Jaeden Lieberher    Oliver
Kimberly Quinn    Nurse Ana
Scott Adsit    David
Ray Iannicelli    Roger
Lenny Venito    Coach Mitchell
Nate Corddry    Terry, the Banker
Dario Barosso    Ocinski
Donna Mitchell    Sandy
Ann Dowd    Shirley, Sunnyside Administrator
Reg E. Cathey    Gus
Deirdre O'Connell    Linda
Greta Lee    Teller #23
Maria Elena Ramirez    Amelda
Ron McLarty    Principal O'Brien
Niles Fitch    Brooklyn
Emma Fisher    Bridgette
David Iacono    Jeremiah
Alexandra Fong    Rachele
Sade Demorcy    Keesha
Gabe Hernandez    Latin Mover
Elliot Santiago    Latin Driver
Melanie Nicholls-King    Hospital Supervisor
Portia    Ultrasound Tech
Maria-Christina Oliveras    Medical Receptionist
James Andrew O Conner    Antwan, Zucko's Partner
Brian Berrebbi    Process Server
Brenda Wehle    Judge Reynolds
Frank Wood    Maggie's Attorney
Orlagh Cassidy    Speech Therapist
Larry Gray    Belmont Teller
Joann Lamneck    Belmont Bartender
Kerry Flanagan    CT Scan Nurse
Katharina Damm    Starlet, the Dancer
Jeff Bowser    Physical Therapist
Amber Clayton    Amber, the Waitress
Fred Evanko    David's Attorney
Ron Bush    Buy Buy Baby Salesman
Tim Wilson    Priest at Assembly
Elaine Marcos    Nurse J.
David Filippi    Cab Driver
Tom Durkin    Belmont Race Caller
Richard Ford    Nature Program Narrator
Addison Rose Melfi    Girl in Class

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Theodore Melfi
Screenwriter    Theodore Melfi
Producer    Theodore Melfi
Producer    Peter Chernin
Producer    Jenno Topping
Producer    Fred Roos
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Executive Producer    Dylan Sellers
Executive Producer    Don Cheadle
Executive Producer    G. Mac Brown
Co-Producer    Ivana Lombardi
Director of Photography    John Lindley
Production Designer    Inbal Weinberg
Editor    Peter Teschner
Editor    Sarah Flack
Composer    Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Costume Designer    Kasia Walicka Maimone
Casting Director    Laura Rosenthal
Unit Production Manager    G. Mac Brown
First Assistant Director    Michael Steele
Second Assistant Director    Ginger Gonzalez
Co-Producer    Kay Liberman
Co-Producer    Kathryn Tyus-Adair
Associate Producer    Kimberly Quinn
Associate Producer    Don Block
Production Supervisor    Molly McMillen
Script Supervisor    Ashley Hudson
Post-Production Supervisor    Matthew Shapiro
First Assistant Editor    Rick Derby
First Assistant Editor    Zachary A. Schwartz
Apprentice Editor    Sharon Perlman
Apprentice Editor    Brian McCarthy
Re-recording Mixer    Roberto Fernandez
Re-recording Mixer    Damian Volpe
Supervising Sound Editor    Damian Volpe
Supervising Dialogue Editor/ADR Editor    Tony Martinez
Foley Editor    William Sweeney
Sound Effects Editor    Heather Gross
Sound Effects Editor    Mary Ellen Porto
Assistant Sound Editor    Izzy McAllister
Assistant Sound Editor    Lidia Tamplenizza
Foley Mixer    George Lara
Music Editor    Richard Ford
Score Recordist    Chris Fogel
Score Mixer    Chris Fogel
Sound Mixer    Ed Novick
Art Director    Michael Ahern
Assistant Art Director    Dan-Ah Kim
Assistant Art Director    Beth Kuhn
Set Decorator    Jasmine Ballou
Assistant Set Decorator    Graham Wichman
Costume Supervisor    Pashelle Clayton
Hairstylist    Suzy Mazzarese-Allison
Make up    Don Kozma
Visual Effects Supervisor    Randall Balsmeyer
Stunt Coordinator    Jery Hewitt

DVD Sales: Eight is Enough for DVD

March 8th, 2015

Every single film in the top five of the DVD sales chart were new releases, as were eight of the top ten films. Game of Thrones: Season Four earned first place with 241,000 units / $7.23 million during its first week of release. It is hard to be upset about that start. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Game of Thrones is Not Playing Around

March 8th, 2015

The top four films on this week's Blu-ray sales chart and nine of the top twenty were new releases. The number one release was Game of Thrones: Season Four, which sold 286,000 units and generated $9.98 million in sales. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 54%, which is incredible compared to the average TV on DVD release. Then again, Game of Thrones isn't the average TV show. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 17th, 2015

February 16th, 2015

This is the best week on the home market in a long time. Game of Thrones is one of the best TV shows on at the moment, if not the best TV show, and its DVD and Blu-ray is Pick of the Week material. Additionally, there are a few potential Oscar winners hitting the home market this week as well. On the down side, there is not a lot of depth. Birdman, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, and The Theory of Everything are all up for Oscars next weekend and all of them are worth picking up. Life Itself was snubbed by Oscar voters, but it too is a must have. However, in the end, I went with Game of Thrones for Pick of the Week. More...

2014 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 11th, 2014

Birdman poster

The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning, at three in the morning, because the people at Golden Globes are under the delusion that news announced at 3:00 a.m. is somehow more important if it is announced before anyone is awake. As for the actual nominations, like with the Independent Spirit Awards and the SAG nominations, Birdman led the way. It earned seven nominations, while Boyhood and The Imitation Game tied for second with five apiece. Starting to notice a pattern here? This could be a really dull Awards Season with very few surprises. On the other hand, predictable means less work for me. Plus, predictable probably means the Awards Season voters are making the right choices, as surprises usually mean someone made the wrong choice. More...

2014 - Awards Season: SAG - Nominations

December 10th, 2014

Birdman poster

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced Wednesday morning. Are there surprises worth mentioning? Is the Oscar picture beginning to take shape? Like with the Independent Spirit Awards, Birdman led the way this time earning four nominations from six categories, while Boyhood, The Imitation Game, and The Theory of Everything had three nods each.


Weekend Estimates: Mockingjay Sets 2014 Record with Disappointing Debut

November 23rd, 2014

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 poster

If you could sum up 2014 at the box office in one sentence, this weekend’s headline probably comes close. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 is the film we’ve been waiting for all year: the third film in a franchise that has already topped $150 million on each of its previous two opening frames, with the weekend before Thanksgiving all to itself, and reviews that, if not stellar, are at least very respectable for a franchise tentpole. A weekend of $150 million plus seemed a very good bet, and something bigger still couldn’t be ruled out. But, come Sunday, Lionsgate is projecting a $123 million weekend, down about 20% from previous installments. That is, of course, a fantastic weekend by most measures: it’s the 15th-best weekend of all time, and easily the biggest opening weekend in 2014. But this will now be the first year since 2010 without a $150m+ weekend, and the debate about the waning influence of theater-going on the industry will undoubtedly be re-opened. More...

Weekend Estimates: Big Hero Tops Interstellar

November 9th, 2014

Big Hero 6 poster

With studios cutting down on tentpole releases, and ever-more careful grooming of release schedules, it’s getting rarer to have a genuine head-to-head battle for top spot at the box office. But that’s exactly what we had this weekend, and, although both studios will rightly claim to be very happy with the outcome, execs at Disney will have the slightly bigger grins this Sunday. They are predicting a $56.2 million opening weekend for Big Hero 6, making it a clear winner over Interstellar, which Paramount says will post a round $50 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Halloween Scares Away New Releases

October 30th, 2014

Nightcrawler poster

Tomorrow is Halloween, which is one of the worst days of the year as far as box office numbers are concerned. I would argue only Christmas Eve is worse. Nightcrawler is the only truly wide release of the week, but it is not expected to be a hit. It will likely earn first place, but with only around $10 million. There are two other films of note: Before I Go to Sleep and the tenth anniversary release of Saw. Before I Go to Sleep is the third release from Clarius Entertainment whose first two releases bombed horribly. This one is expected to finish somewhere in-between the first two at the box office. The Saw franchise is the highest grossing horror franchise of all time, but will people really go to theaters to see it? I would assume fans of these movies likely own the film on Blu-ray, so staying at home would be more appealing. Worse still, this weekend last year was the first weekend of November and it shows. There were five films that earned more than $10 million, led by Ender's Game. This year, we might have no movies earning more than $10 million. Ouch.


Weekend Wrap-Up: Ouija Wins, But Stars Softer Than Expected

October 28th, 2014

Ouija poster

As expected, Ouija won the race for first place, but it finished on the very low end of expectations. On the other hand, John Wick beat expectations earning second place. Overall, these two results balanced out, but this still resulted in the box office falling 12% from last weekend to $116 million. More importantly, it was 13% higher than the same weekend last year. 2014 is still behind 2013, but it is chipping away at the deficit, which has fallen to under $300 million at $8.20 billion to $8.49 billion. 2014 is still behind last year's pace by 3.4%, but if it can close that gap by the same amount in November and December, then at least by the end of the year, it will have closed the gap enough to call it a spiritual victory. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ouija Tops Wick

October 26th, 2014

Ouija poster

Teen horror movie Ouija will win this weekend at the box office with a solid $20 million debut and $7,000 theater average. With a budget reported at just $5 million, the movie is a sure-fire money maker for Universal, even with a shelf life of exactly eight days. By comparison, John Wick, which marks a return to form for Keanu Reeves, should have a longer run, based on its current reviews and word of mouth, but will have some ground to make up after opening with around $14 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Ouija Will Win, But By How Much?

October 23rd, 2014

Ouija poster

It is not a good week at the box office for new releases. There are only two films opening wide, one of which is earning terrible reviews and the other is earning terrible buzz. At the moment, Ouija's Tomatometer Score is barely in the double-digits. That said, it is a horror film opening the week before Halloween, so it should make at least $20 million at the box office. On the other hand, John Wick's reviews are Award-worthy... but the buzz is so quiet, I doubt many award voters will see it. This weekend last year was led by Bad Grandpa, which opened in first place with $32.06. Maybe if Ouija is a surprise hit, it will match that figure. However, while 2013 looked better at the top, it had really weak depth beyond the top five, so 2014 will likely win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fury an Unspectacular First

October 19th, 2014

Fury poster

Fury will top the box office chart this weekend with a solid, but unspectacular, $23.5 million, according to Sony’s Sunday morning estimate. Pre-weekend projections had the film closer to $30 million, and with an $80 million price tag, and Brad Pitt starring, the film is really underperforming at this point. By way of comparison, Gone Girl opened with $37.5 million three weeks ago. Fury will need really good legs, or a really strong performance overseas, to post a profit. More...

Per Theater Chart: Whiplash has a Saintly Opening

October 15th, 2014

St. Vincent poster

There were a trio of new limited releases topping the per theater chart, led by St. Vincent with an average of $27,470 in four theaters. Whiplash was close behind with an average of $22,565 in six theaters. The final film in the $10,000 club was Awake: The Life of Yogananda with an opening of $18,885 in one theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dracula Nearly Gets Girl

October 12th, 2014

Gone Girl poster

What was largely expected to be a fairly comfortable win for Gone Girl this weekend turned out to be a bit of a squeaker, thanks to a better-than-expected $23.46 million estimated opening for Dracula Untold. The vampire actioner won the day on Friday, but couldn’t maintain its pace, with $8.7 million on Saturday, against Gone Girl’s $11.3 million. Projections for today have it potentially falling into third place behind Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on Sunday, which doesn’t bode well for its legs long-term. More...

Limited Releases: Whipped into Shape

October 10th, 2014

Whiplash poster

We have a rather long list of limited releases this week, but sadly only three of them are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Unfortunately, two of these films will likely not do well in theaters. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead is a horror film, which is one strike against it, while it is also playing on Video on Demand. I Am Ali is a documentary, so it could do well in art house circuits, but its chances of expanding significantly are very limited. Finally there's Whiplash, which could lead the way on the Per Theater Chart. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2015/09/25 29 $51   1 $51   $0 35

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 1/29/2015 $0 0 1 1 $0
Australia 12/26/2014 $517,799 92 95 570 $2,498,706 7/7/2015
Germany 1/8/2015 $0 0 18 19 $815,741 10/20/2015
New Zealand 10/30/2014 $40,510 18 21 111 $175,021 7/1/2015
North America 10/24/2014 $109,878 4 2552 17020 $44,137,712
Uruguay 3/5/2015 $0 0 1 1 $11,473 6/26/2015
Rest of World $7,198,581
Worldwide Total$54,837,234 10/20/2015

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