"At the end of the day it doesn't really matter what the critics think or anyone on this forum says because the success or failure of the film really depends on bums-on-seats.......and the box-office figures are in on this film's all-important opening 3-day weekend. The verdict? A resounding flop! According to The Guardian, "Smutty wedding farce The Knot, which debuted on just 43 screens, delivering a limp £18,700 and a £433 average. The film is currently rated 0% fresh at Rotten Tomatoes, with 16 UK critics surveyed." Anyone who follows box-office figures knows that the screen average is the most important figure when a film has only a limited distribution and, believe me, £433 per screen over 3 days is about abysmal as it gets!"