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The Gift No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2001
15
2nd March
The Gift

Directed by

Starring

Greg Kinnear
Michael Jeter
Kim Dickens
Gary Cole
Rosemary Harris
J.K. Simmons
Chelcie Ross
John Beasley
Lynnsee Provence
Hunter McGilvray
Nathan Lee Lewis
Benjamin Peacock
Clay James
David Brannen
Russell Durham Comegys
Janell McLeod
Robby Preddy
Lucky Lawrence
Mo
Boots Kutz
Buck Edwards
D.J. Pawlak
Kipp Chambers
Dallas Johnson
Stuart Greer
Jeff Bragg
Danny Elfman
S.D. Stephens
Samuel E. Parlin Jr.
Ed Reddick
Rebecca Koon
Erik Cord
Cameron Beach
Sam Edens
Earl Maddox
Ray Wineteer
Yvetta Young

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Movie details
UK total gross
£4,175,232
1437
The Gift
1438

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: Spain and China

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£900,310
£900,310
3
£737,351
£2,057,878
4
£609,441
£2,969,472
5
£347,832
£3,632,513
10
£173,102
£3,976,545
12
£107,449
£4,175,232
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‘Gift’ Review: More Precious Than Money  The New York TimesThu, 10th October 2019

'Gift' Review  Hollywood ReporterWed, 9th October 2019

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El Camino Spoiler Free Review - The Breaking Bad Movie is a Gift to Fans  Esquire.comFri, 11th October 2019

Beyoncé's surprise 'Making the Gift' film: 3 takeaways  Los Angeles TimesTue, 17th September 2019

See Johnny Cash’s New ‘The Gift’ Documentary Trailer  Rolling StoneTue, 1st October 2019

12th August 2015

At the world box office this week Fantastic Four tried its best to be the top film of the week but very poor reviews meant it made its debut at 2 keeping Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation at the top.

Rogue Nation took $94 million across the globe last week from 59 countries and to date has made $265.3 million in global takings.

Criticised from almost all critics the re-imaged Fantastic Four film could inly muster up $60.3 million from 44 countries, one of the lowest ever openings from a superhero movie.

Top grossing film on the list this week is Jurassic World which has taken an incredible $1.5 billion during its cinema run and the demand for the film still has it released in 64 countries.

Most impressive feat of the week is South Korean movie Veteran at number 7 with $15.2 million in global taking from just 1 country.

Here is the full global top 10.

  1. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation - $94,900,000
  2. Fantastic Four - $60,300,000
  3. Minions - $25,570,280
  4. Jurassic World - $17,030,000
  5. Ant-Man - $17,026,000
  6. Monster Hunt - $16,400,000
  7. Veteran - $15,200,000
  8. Pixels - $14,630,000
  9. Inside Out - $13,489,000
  10. The Gift - $12,909,000