Tick, Tick… Boom! Full Movie Analysis: Story, Cast, Release Date, Budget, Box Office Collection, Review, Ratings & More

Tick Tick… Boom

Tick, Tick… Boom! is a 2021 Hollywood English language musical drama film directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. It is produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Julie Oh, Lin-Manuel Miranda under the banners of Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Julie Oh, Lin-Manuel Miranda. The film star Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesús, Joshua Henry, Judith Light, and, Vanessa Hudgens are in title roles. The music was composed by Jonathan Larson.

Tick, Tick… Boom! made its global debut at the AFI Fest on November 10, 2021, followed by a limited theatrical release two days later and a Netflix release on November 19. The film was well-received by reviewers, and the American Film Institute named it one of the greatest films of 2021. It was also nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the 79th Golden Globe Awards, as well as Best Picture at the 27th Critics’ Choice Awards.

Tick, Tick… Boom! (2021) Full Movie Analysis: Release Date, Storyline, Plot, Cast, Actors Salary, Actors Net Worth, Budget, Box Office Collection, Day wise Collection, Trailer, Songs, Awards, Review, Ratings & More

Directed byLin-Manuel Miranda
Star CastAndrew Garfield
Alexandra Shipp
Robin de Jesús
Joshua Henry
Judith Light
Vanessa Hudgens
Produced byBrian Grazer
Ron Howard
Julie Oh
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Brian Grazer
Ron Howard
Julie Oh
Lin-Manuel Miranda
CinematographyAlice Brooks
Edited byMyron Kerstein
Andrew Weisblum
Music byJonathan Larson
Distributed byNetflix
CountryUnited States
Release dateNovember 10, 2021 (AFI Fest)
November 12, 2021 (United States)
Running time121 minutes
Budget$ 10 million
Box officeest. $ 105k

Tick, Tick… Boom! Movie Storyline

In 1990, Jon, a young theatrical composer, is working as a waiter at a New York City café while creating what he believes will be the next great American musical. Days before a pivotal achievement, Jon is under pressure from the public: from his girlfriend Susan, who aspires to a career in the arts outside of New York City; from his buddy Michael, whom have moved forward from his fantasy to a life of financial stability; and from an art scene ravaged by the Aids crisis. With the clock ticking away, Jon finds himself at a fork in the road and must consider the issue that everyone must consider: What are we supposed to do with the moment we have?

Tick, Tick… Boom! Movie Budget

Tick, Tick… Boom! is made on the budget of $ 10 million all inclusive.

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Total Cost$10 million Approx.

Tick, Tick… Boom! Movie Box Office Collection

The first trailer for the film was uploaded online on June 10, 2021, revealing that the film will be released in late 2021 on Netflix and in select cinemas. It had its Los Angeles debut as the festival’s opening night film on November 10, 2021, and its New York premiere at the Schoenfeld Theater on November 10, 2021. Prior to its Netflix streaming release on November 19, 2021, it was released in a limited release on November 12, 2021.

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Worldwide Collection$ 105k
Verdict Average

Tick, Tick… Boom! movie has done overall box office collection of estimated $ 105k.

Tick, Tick… Boom! Cast, Crew, Role, Salary,Remuneration & Net Worth

Here are the complete details of actors and actresses names in the movie.

1. Andrew Garfield as Jonathan Larson

 Andrew Garfield as Jona
Info Jonathan Larson
Real Name Andrew Garfield 
Salary Per Movie$500k
Net Worth$13 million

2.Alexandra Shipp as Susan Wilson

Alexandra Shipp as Susan Wilson
Info Susan Wilson
Real Name Alexandra Shipp 
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net Worth $4million

3. Robin de Jesús as Michael

Robin de Jesús as Michael
Info Michael
Real Name Robin de Jesús
Salary Per Movie $3 million
Net Worth $5 million

4. Joshua Henry as Roger Bart

Joshua Henry as Roge
Info  Roger Bart
Real Name Joshua Henry 
Salary Per Movie $2.9 million
Net Worth $5 million

5. Vanessa Hudgens as Karessa Johnson

Vanessa Hudgens as Karessa Johnson
Info Karessa Johnson
Real Name Vanessa Hudgens 
Salary Per Movie $2 million
Net Worth $16 million

6. Jonathan Marc Sherman as Ira Weitzman

Jonathan Marc Sherman as Ira Weitzman
Info Ira Weitzman
Real Name Jonathan Marc Sherman
Salary Per Movie $276,480
Net Worth $5 million

7. Mj Rodriguez as Carolyn

 Mj Rodriguez as Carolyn
Info Carolyn
Real Name Mj Rodriguez
Salary Per Movie $400,000
Net Worth $800,000

8. Ben Levi Ross as Freddy

Ben Levi Ross as Freddy
Info Freddy
Real Name Ben Levi Ross 
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net WorthNot Known

9. Judith Light as Rosa Stevens

Judith Light as Rosa Stevens
Info Rosa Stevens
Real Name Judith Light 
Salary Per Movie $5 million
Net Worth $16 million

10. Bradley Whitford as Stephen Sondheim

Bradley Whitford as Stephen Sondheim
Info Stephen Sondheim
Real Name Bradley Whitford 
Salary Per Movie $151,250
Net Worth $10 million

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Tick, Tick… Boom! Movie Review

Tick, Tick… Boom! might have been simply ordinary play, but it feels strangely prescient for our times, when so many of us are confused by the amount of information available everywhere. How can one read enough books and see enough movies when there are so many to choose from? Is there such a notion, particularly with so many individuals bragging about their achievements on social media? Larson also comes to the realisation that the most intimate is also the highly creative. That is what drives him to compose about his liberal existence in New York City throughout the 1980s and 1990s, which is the foundation of both this film and his game-changing play Rent.

Larson  created musical images that examined the relationship between reality and the universe in his brain; as a consequence of this conflict, the resulting play about achieving creative excellence at any costs was not only personal, but also self-critical. In the film adaptation, the suspense is suffocated by a rigid literalism; almost every song is followed with a visual that depicts precisely what the lyrics have previously portrayed. It’s hard not to think of it as a lack of visual and conceptual space.

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