|Budget: $60 million||Financed by: Warner Bros; Village Roadshow|
|Domestic Gross: $32,130,627||Domestic Distributor: Warner Bros|
|Overseas Gross: $22,872,508|
Directed by: Harold Ramis
Robert De Niro
Produced by: Jane Rosenthal
After the surprise success of Analyze This back in 1999, which took in $176.8 million worldwide, Analyze That was green lit by Warner Bros and Village Roadshow for $60 million. Robert De Niro received a payday close to $20 million and had a terrible year at the box office with Showtime bombing (which he also received a hefty payday) and City By The Sea flopped just three months prior to Analyze That. Analyze That received terrible reviews and was discarded as an unnecessary sequel and it came in below expectations with $11,034,422 when Die Another Day led the slow box office frame in its third weekend in release. Showing weak legs, it fell 50.5% the following weekend to $5,467,471 and 56.4% to $2,385,371 in its third frame. The film closed with a poor domestic total of $32,130,627.
The first film pulled in a solid $70 million overseas and Analyze That tanked with an awful $22.8 million. The worldwide total was $55 million, leaving about $30.2 million after theaters take their percentage of the gross, which does not cover the worldwide P&A spend or touch the budget. In an investor relations report, Village Roadshow saw their massive profits from the Matrix franchise cut in half from the awful numbers Dreamcatcher, The Adventures Of Pluto Nash, Analyze That and Eight Legged Freaks pulled in.