Box Office Breakdown September 2016


September 2016


Movie Title and IMDB Movie Studio Budget Domestic Box Office Worldwide Box Office Andrew’s Grade
Florence Foster Jenkins (7.0)


Paramount NA 27.3 Million NONE C
The Light Between Oceans (7.2) Buena Vista (Disney) 20 Million 12.5 Million 23.2 Million Did Not See
Morgan (5.8) Fox 8 Million 3.9 Million 8.8 Million D
Yoga Hosers (4.4) Invincible NA NA NA F
Sully (7.6) Warner Brothers 60 Million 124.8 Million 228.3 Million B
When the Bough Breaks (4.4) Sony/Screen Gems 10 Million 29.7 Million 30.6 Million F
The Disappointments Room (4.0) Relativity 15 Million 2.4 Million NONE F
Bridget Jones’s Baby (6.9) Universal 35 Million 74.1 Million 211.8 Million Did Not See
Blair Witch (5.3) Lionsgate 5 Million 20.7 Million 45.1 Million F
Snowden (7.4) Open Road Films 40 Million 21.5 Million 31.3 Million C
The Magnificent Seven (7.0) Sony/Colombia 90 Million 93.3 Million 160.3 Million B-
Storks (7.0) Warner Brothers 70 Million 71.9 Million 179.7 Million B-
Queen of Katwe (7.3) Buena Vista (Disney) 15 Million 8.7 Million 9.9 Million Did Not See
Deepwater Horizon (7.4) Lionsgate/Summit 110 Million 61.4 Million 118.7 Million B
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (6.9) Fox 110 Million 86.7 Million 278.7 Million C
Masterminds (5.8) Relativity NA 17.3 Million NONE F



Not much to say. Lots of one-offs here and that is somewhat refreshing.


Tom Hanks- granted that he isn’t always as sharp as we would like, but when Hanks commits himself to a character and has good direction, he is still among the finest in the film world.

Mark Wahlberg- Love or hate the man, he has been making some quality films and Deepwater Horizon may be his finest to date.

If you are like me and loathe most of the found footage films, settle in and prepare for a lot more. While this new Blair Witch film did not come with much critical acclaim, it was still very cheap to produce and easily made its money back.


Comedy- For the most part the comedy of 2016 has been among the worst ever

Warner Brothers Animation- While Storks was far from a failure, it was not a major financial success the animated company would have wanted.


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