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Unbroken

2014
Unbroken
Directed by
Angelina Jolie
Starring
Matthew Crocker
Jack OConnell
Domhnall Gleeson
Garrett Hedlund
Takamasa Ishihara
Finn Wittrock
Maddalena Ischiale
Vincenzo Amato
John Magaro
Louis McIntosh
Ross Anderson
C.J. Valleroy
John DLeo
Jordan Patrick Smith
Spencer Lofranco
Stephen J. Douglas
Marcus Vanco
Dylan James Watson
Ryan Ahern
Ross Langley
Michael Whalley
Anthony Phelan
David Roberts
Sandy Winton
Jack Marshall
Sean McCarthy
Chris Ovens
Oliver Wright
Kuni Hashimoto
Shinji Ikefuji
Shinji Ogata
Taka Uematsu
Taki Abe
Matthew McConnell
Yutaka Izumihara
Chikashi Linzbichler
Masako Fouquet
Keiichi Enomoto
Jiro Funamoto
Hisa Goto
Katsuhito Nojiri
Katsuichi Shike
Atsuto Ktanobo
Shingo Usami
Hiroshi Kasuga
Ryuzaburo Naruse
Yoji Tatsuta
Allan Gibson
Travis Jeffery
Talia Mano
Savannah Lamble
Alice Roberts
Sophie Dalah
Morgan Griffin
Gulliver Page
Damien Bryson
Jesse Turner
Kristopher Bos
Geoffrey Evans
Brock Hasting-Booth
Nick Smith
Anthony Craig
Simon Noonan
James McEnery
Garrick Parkes
Tom Hobbs
Bangalie Keita
Brett Clancy
Nicholas Farris
Brooklan Frkovic
Stephen Stanton
Jack Alcock
Sarah Alison
Yoshinao Aonuma
Steven Carnuccio
Connor Clarke
Andy de Lore
Mathew Hislop
Matt Hurley
Joel Knights
Jack Marshall
Katsu Nojiri
Ben Rossberg
Dougal Walker
Darren Wyer
Connor Zegenhagen
John Michael Burdon
Mitch Christen
Matt Clayton
Celeste Cotton
Conor Fogarty
Graeme Ford
Sean Edward Frazer
Akira Fujii
Toby Fuller
Darren Gallagher
Brodie Henson
Shane Leckenby
Kent Lee
Stefan Mogel
Beau Paley
Sean-Ryan Petersen
Chris Proctor
Jess Terrell
Craig Walker
Ken Watanabe
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Historical charts

One year ago
Last year The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug was still holding the top slot while The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was the highest new film at 4.

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The final US box office chart of the year and The Hobbit: The Battle of the five armies holds strong in the number one spot for a second week.

A $41 million weekend, high for a Christmas weekend, sees the film's total gross climb to $168.5 million in America, thats head of the previous film in the series.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,882,749
UK top grossing film

US total gross
£115,637,895
523
524
Unbroken
525

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United States and Canada

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 2

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
7N
£656,991
£656,991
11
£460,614
£1,882,749