Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)

Urban Legends: Final Cut
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 1hr 38mins.
Genres Sequel, Thriller, Horror
Keywords slasher, teen
Status Released
US Release Date
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  • 'Parents' Holds Top Spot Again
    By: Martin Grove Jul 31, 2001

    Universal's "Meet the Parents" continued to meet box office success, becoming the year's third film to place first for three consecutive weeks. The PG-13-rated comedy was still laughing all the way to the bank in its third weekend with an estimated $16.32 million (-23%) at 2,619 theaters (+4 theaters; $6,230 per theater). Its cume is approximately $81.0 million, heading for a domestic theatrical gross of $130 million or more. "Parents'" international release is through DreamWorks Pictures, which

  • B.O. ANALYSIS: 'Urban Legends' Should Top Box Office
    By: Martin Grove May 08, 2001

    SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 21, 2000 -- Suburban teens should help cut "Urban Legends: Final Cut" the biggest slice of box office pie this weekend. "'Urban Legends' can actually do double digits," one insider observes. "It'll be nice to see that again, won't it?" "Urban," an R-rated horror sequel opening from Columbia Pictures at 2,539 theaters, is heading for first place with $12-13 million. "Teens, particularly, have to be hungry for something to go see," says a distribution executive. "I

    By: Martin Grove May 08, 2001

    A rich "Parents" opening turned the box office green after two months of lackluster grosses. Universal's PG-13-rated comedy "Meet the Parents" met with greater success than insiders had anticipated. Rather than the $18-22 million range that many Hollywood handicappers were expecting, "Parents" opened to a sizzling ESTIMATED $29.11 million at 2,614 theaters ($11,135 per theater). "Parents'" international release is through DreamWorks Pictures, which co-financed the film and will share equally in

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    By: Martin Grove May 08, 2001

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During a contest to determine the best thesis film, student filmmakers at Alpine University are having an unusually hard time of it because someone is killing crew members. Among the student competitors are the son of a famous film mogul and Amy, whose thesis film is about the contemporary tall tales known as urban legends and who must unmask the killer before she too becomes an urban legend.