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The Recruit


2003
12
115 minutes (1 hours 55 minutes)
28th March
The Recruit

Directed by

Starring

Bridget Moynahan
Gabriel Macht
Kenneth Mitchell
Mike Realba
Ron Lea
Karl Pruner
Jeanie Calleja
Jenny Cooper
Angelo Tsarouchas
Veronica Hurnick
Eugene Lipinski
Mark Ellis
Richard Fitzpatrick
John Watson
Chris Owens
Jessica Greco
Sam Kalilieh
Merwin Mondesir
Elisa Moolecherry
Sheldon Davis
Oscar Hsu
Arlene Mazerolle
Brian Rhodes
Steve Behal
Jane Moffat
Bart Bedford
Tony Craig
David Boyce
Tova Smith
Michael Rubenfeld
Domenico Fiore
Steve Lucescu
Neil Crone
Ray Paisley
Janet Bailey
Scott McCord
Shaun Verreault
Safwan Javed
Earl Pereira
Conrad Bergschneider
John Wayne Shafer
Stephen Lee Wright
Enrique Chicas
Pamela Fischer
Darrell Hicks
Paul Huggett
Rick Kain
Misty Kelley
Aaron Michael Lacey
Sherard Parker
Michael Sercerchi

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Movie details
UK total gross
£4,417,454
1365
The Recruit
1366

US total gross
$52,802,140
1443
The Recruit

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£979,151
£979,151
1▲▼
£770,014
£2,330,551
3
£533,918
£3,283,874
6
£285,973
£3,884,553
10
£169,914
£4,289,538
11
£54,382
£4,417,454