Movie Wars Number 75475 the Loser Bowl

by johnhoskins25 | created - 12 Jun 2017 | updated - 1 week ago | Public

This is where shit gets interesting, sort of like my other Movie Wars list, only all films that only made it to #2 get counted. Still starting from 1982 and yes domestically only.

Scoreboard

WB: 10 (1984, 1985, 1989, 1995, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018)

Col/TriS/Sony: 8 (1988, 1991, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2006, 2011, 2013)

BV: 7 (1987, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2004)

Uni: 5 (1983, 1999, 2005, 2008, 2017)

Fox: 4 (1992, 2000, 2007, 2014)

Par: 2 (1982, 1986)

DW: 1 (2002)

Col/TriS/Sony: 129

WB: 128

Uni: 110

BV: 94

Par: 75

LG: 31

*MGM/UA: 30

Ori: 9

Rel.: 3

ORF: 3

CBS: 2

STX: 2

*This will also include United Artists Releasing

Gone but somewhat forgotten

Fox: 85

NL: 26

Mira./Dim/Wein.: 15

DW: 11

One or two hit wonder

Overture Films

Artisan

New World

Atlantic

USA Films

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group

Savoy

Galaxy International

New Century

Canon

Embassy

Jensen Farley

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1. Blade Runner (1982)

R | 117 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

89 Metascore

A blade runner must pursue and terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space, and have returned to Earth to find their creator.

Director: Ridley Scott | Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos

Votes: 636,135 | Gross: $32.87M

Par:

1) Some Kind of Hero $5,631,293

2) Raiders of the Lost Ark (Re-issue) $4,347,101

3) Airplane II: The Sequel $5,329,208

Total: $15,307,602

WB:

1) Firefox $8,152,948

2) Blade Runner $6,150,002

Total: $14,302,950

Uni:

1) Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid $4,289,601

2) Halloween III: Season of the Witch $6,333,259

Total: $10,622,860

Fox:

1) Making Love $3,015,497

2) Visiting Hours $5,250,157

Total: $8,265,654

BV:

Tron $4,761,795

Total: $4,761,795

Embassy

Paradise $2,815,503

Total: $2,815,503

Jensen Farley

If You Could See What I Hear $2,408,000

Total: $2,408,000

Winner/Loser: Paramount

2. Octopussy (1983)

PG | 131 min | Action, Adventure, Thriller

63 Metascore

A fake Fabergé egg, and a fellow Agent's death, lead James Bond to uncover an international jewel-smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear attack on N.A.T.O. forces.

Director: John Glen | Stars: Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan, Kristina Wayborn

Votes: 87,592 | Gross: $67.90M

Uni:

1) Doctor Detroit $3,295,722

2) Psycho II $8,310,244

3) Scarface $4,597,536

Total: $16,203,502

Par:

1) Flashdance $4,076,124

2) The Dead Zone $4,556,083

3) Terms of Endearment $3,498,813

Total: $12,131,020

MGM/UA

1) 10 to Midnight $3,050,225

2) Octopussy $8,902,564

Total: $11,952,789

WB:

1) The Outsiders $5,068,165

2) Cujo $6,114,899

Total: $11,183,064

Ori:

Breathless $4,384,369

Total: $4,384,369

Col/TriS/Sony:

Richard Pryor: Here and Now $3,701,609

Total: $3,701,609

Fox:

The Entity $3,685,654

Total: $3,685,654

BV:

Something Wicked This Way Comes $2,423,555

Total: $2,423,555

Winner/Loser: Universal

3. Gremlins (1984)

PG | 106 min | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror

70 Metascore

A boy inadvertently breaks three important rules concerning his new pet and unleashes a horde of malevolently mischievous monsters on a small town.

Director: Joe Dante | Stars: Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton, John Louie

Votes: 179,798 | Gross: $148.17M

WB:

1) Lassiter $5,027,583

2) Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan $6,517,732

3) Gremlins $12,511,634

Total: $24,056,949

Uni:

1) Sixteen Candles $4,461,520

2) The Wild Life $4,001,400

3) Terror in the Aisles $4,009,866

4) Dune $6,025,091

Total: $18,497,877

MGM/UA

1) Hot Dog... The Movie $4,506,756

2) 2010 $7,393,361

Total: $11,900,117

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Against All Odds $3,766,128

2) The Evil That Men Do $4,538,400

Total: $8,304,528

Par:

Best Defense $7,872,297

Total: $7,872,297

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

4. The Goonies (1985)

PG | 114 min | Adventure, Comedy, Family

62 Metascore

A group of young misfits who call themselves The Goonies discover an ancient map and set out on a quest to find a legendary pirate's long-lost treasure.

Director: Richard Donner | Stars: Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Corey Feldman

Votes: 220,636 | Gross: $61.50M

WB:

1) The Goonies $9,105,913

2) Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome $7,283,714

3) Krush Groove $2,905,293

4) Target $2,670,522

5) Spies Like Us $8,614,039

Total: $30,579,481

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Just One of the Guys $3,307,171

2) Volunteers $5,184,360

3) Jagged Edge $4,094,091

4) Santa Claus: The Movie $5,647,160

Total: $18,232,782

Uni:

1) Fletch $7,022,970

2) E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (Re-issue) $8,807,023

3) Creator $2,019,728

Total: $17,849,721

MGM/UA

1) A View to a Kill $13,294,435

2) To Live and Die in L.A. $3,551,761

Total: $16,846,196

Fox:

1) Porky's Revenge $6,207,507

2) Moving Violations $3,469,488

3) The Jewel of the Nile $6,645,455

Total: $16,322,450

Par:

1) Witness $4,539,990

2) Rustler's Rhapsody $2,374,973

3) Summer Rental $5,754,259

Total: $12,669,222

Atlantic:

Teen Wolf $6,120,348

Total: $6,120,348

BV:

One Magic Christmas $2,662,241

Total: $2,662,241

Ori:

The Falcon and the Snowman $2,358,846

Total: $2,358,846

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

5. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

PG-13 | 103 min | Comedy

61 Metascore

A high school wise guy is determined to have a day off from school, despite what the Principal thinks of that.

Director: John Hughes | Stars: Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, Mia Sara, Jeffrey Jones

Votes: 292,938 | Gross: $70.14M

Par:

1) Blue City $2,748,096

2) Ferris Bueller's Day Off $6,275,647

3) Heartburn $5,783,079

4) Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives $6,750,837

Total: $21,557,659

Uni:

1) The Money Pit $5,344,555

2) Legal Eagles $8,043,360

3) An American Tail $5,234,446

Total: $18,622,361

MGM/UA

Poltergeist II: The Other Side $12,357,190

Total: $12,357,190

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Armed and Dangerous $4,348,276

2) Peggy Sue Got Married $6,942,408

Total: $11,290,684

BV:

1) Tough Guys $4,565,342

2) The Color of Money $6,357,877

Total: $10,923,219

WB:

Heartbreak Ridge $8,100,840

Total: $8,100,840

Ori:

Three Amigos $5,939,000

Total: $5,939,000

New World:

House $5,923,972

Total: $5,923,972

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group

Raw Deal $5,438,978

Total: $5,438,978

Can.

Murphy's Law $3,388,907

Total: $3,388,907

Winner/Loser: Paramount

6. The Witches of Eastwick (1987)

R | 118 min | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror

67 Metascore

Three single women in a picturesque village have their wishes granted, at a cost, when a mysterious and flamboyant man arrives in their lives.

Director: George Miller | Stars: Jack Nicholson, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer

Votes: 57,049 | Gross: $63.77M

BV:

1) Outrageous Fortune $6,404,783

2) Ernest Goes to Camp $6,171,957

3) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Re-issue) $7,514,749

4) Stakeout $5,170,403

5) Hello Again $5,712,892

6) Cinderella (1987 re-issue) $5,165,881

Total: $36,140,665

WB:

1) Burglar $4,509,754

2) The Witches of Eastwick $9,454,238

3) The Lost Boys $5,236,318

Total: $19,200,310

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Extreme Prejudice $3,498,957

2) Like Father, Like Son $7,189,452

Total: $10,688,409

Par:

The Untouchables $10,023,094

Total: $10,023,094

Uni:

1) Born in East L.A. $4,359,040

2) Prince of Darkness $4,657,401

Total: $9,016,441

MGM/UA

Spaceballs $6,613,837

Total: $6,613,837

Fox:

The Pick-Up Artist $4,455,516

Total: $4,455,516

New Century

The Gate $4,258,063

Total: $4,258,063

New World:

Creepshow 2 $3,584,077

Total: $3,584,077

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

7. Rambo III (1988)

R | 102 min | Action, Adventure, Thriller

36 Metascore

Rambo mounts a one-man mission to rescue his friend Colonel Trautman from the clutches of the formidable invading Soviet forces in Afghanistan.

Director: Peter MacDonald | Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Marc de Jonge, Kurtwood Smith

Votes: 110,648 | Gross: $53.72M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Vice Versa $4,050,779

2) Rambo III $16,745,418

3) Iron Eagle II $3,530,016

Total: $24,326,213

WB:

1) Frantic $4,359,424

2) Moving $4,022,782

3) The Dead Pool $9,071,330

Total: $17,453,536

BV:

1) Shoot to Kill $5,781,628

2) Heartbreak Hotel $2,063,546

3) Ernest Saves Christmas $5,710,734

Total: $13,555,908

MGM/UA

1) Betrayed $5,534,787

2) Rain Man $7,005,719

Total: $12,540,506

Ori:

1) Johnny Be Good $5,249,388

2) Colors $4,747,118

Total: $9,996,506

Uni:

1) The Serpent and the Rainbow $5,848,700

2) Casual Sex? $3,840,032

Total: $9,688,732

Fox:

Big $8,216,190

Total: $8,216,190

Par:

U2: Rattle and Hum $3,821,351

Total: $3,821,351

Winner/Loser: Col/TriS/Sony

8. Road House (1989)

R | 114 min | Action, Thriller

36 Metascore

A tough bouncer is hired to tame a dirty bar.

Director: Rowdy Herrington | Stars: Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch, Sam Elliott, Ben Gazzara

Votes: 56,024 | Gross: $30.05M

WB:

1) Police Academy 6: City Under Siege $4,032,480

2) Next of Kin $4,805,516

3) Christmas Vacation $11,750,203

4) Tango & Cash $6,628,918

Total: $27,217,117

BV:

1) Three Fugitives $6,434,717

2) Honey, I Shrunk the Kids $14,262,961

Total: $20,697,678

Uni:

1) The Dream Team $5,704,860

2) K-9 $7,471,035

3) Shocker $4,510,990

Total: $17,686,885

MGM/UA

1) Leviathan $5,029,164

2) Road House $5,957,656

Total: $10,986,820

Fox:

The Abyss $9,319,797

Total: $9,319,797

Galaxy International

Halloween 5 $5,093,428

Total: $5,093,428

NL:

No Holds Barred $4,957,052

Total: $4,957,052

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

9. Heaven's Gate (1980)

R | 219 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

57 Metascore

A dramatization of the real-life Johnson County War in 1890 Wyoming, in which a Sheriff born into wealth, attempts to protect immigrant farmers from rich cattle interests.

Director: Michael Cimino | Stars: Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, John Hurt, Sam Waterston

Votes: 12,429 | Gross: $3.48M

WB

(1982) $14,302,950 (2)

(1983) $11,183,064 (2)

(1984) $24,056,949 (3)

(1985) $30,579,481 (5)

(1986) $8,100,840 (1)

(1987) $19,200,310 (3)

(1988) $17,453,536 (3)

(1989) $27,217,117 (4)

Total: $152,094,247 (23)

Uni

(1982) $10,622,860 (2)

(1983) $16,203,502 (3)

(1984) $18,497,877 (4)

(1985) $17,849,721 (3)

(1986) $18,622,361 (3)

(1987) $9,016,441 (2)

(1988) $9,688,732 (2)

(1989) $17,686,885 (3)

Total: $118,188,379 (22)

BV

(1982) $4,761,795 (1)

(1983) $2,423,555 (1)

(1985) $2,662,241 (1)

(1986) $10,923,219 (2)

(1987) $36,140,665 (6)

(1988) $13,555,908 (3)

(1989) $20,697,678 (2)

Total: $91,165,061 (16)

Par

(1982) $15,307,602 (3)

(1983) $12,131,020 (3)

(1984) $7,872,297 (1)

(1985) $12,669,222 (3)

(1986) $21,557,659 (4)

(1987) $10,023,094 (1)

(1988) $3,821,351 (1)

Total: $83,382,245 (16)

Col/TriS/Sony

(1983) $3,701,609 (1)

(1984) $8,304,528 (2)

(1985) $18,232,782 (4)

(1986) $11,290,684 (2)

(1987) $10,688,409 (2)

(1988) $24,326,213 (3)

Total: $76,544,225 (14)



MGM/UA

(1983) $11,952,789 (2)

(1984) $11,900,117 (2)

(1985) $16,846,196 (2)

(1986) $12,357,190 (1)

(1987) $6,613,837 (1)

(1988) $12,540,506 (2)

(1989) $10,986,820 (2)

Total: $72,656,949 (12)

Fox

(1982) $8,265,654 (2)

(1983) $3,685,654 (1)

(1985) $16,322,450 (3)

(1987) $4,455,516 (1)

(1988) $8,216,190 (1)

(1989) $9,319,797 (1)

Total: $50,265,261 (9)

Ori

(1983) $4,384,369 (1)

(1985) $2,358,846 (1)

(1986) $5,939,000 (1)

(1988) $9,996,506 (2)

Total: $22,678,721 (5)

New World

(1986) $5,923,972 (1)

(1987) $3,584,077 (1)

Total: $9,508,049 (2)

Atlantic

(1985) $6,120,348 (1)

Total: $6,120,348 (1)

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group

(1986) $5,438,978 (1)

Total: $5,438,978 (1)

Galaxy International

(1989) $5,093,428 (1)

Total: $5,093,428 (1)

NL

(1989) $4,957,052 (1)

Total: $4,957,052 (1)

New Century

(1987) $4,258,063 (1)

Total: $4,258,063 (1)

Can.

(1986) $3,388,907 (1)

Total: $3,388,907 (1)

Embassy

(1982) $2,815,503 (1)

Total: $2,815,503 (1)

Jensen Farley

(1982) $2,408,000 (1)

Total: $2,408,000 (1)

Winner/loser: Warner Bros.

10. Kindergarten Cop (1990)

PG-13 | 111 min | Comedy, Crime

61 Metascore

A tough cop must pose as a kindergarten teacher in order to locate a dangerous criminal's ex-wife, who may hold the key to putting him behind bars.

Director: Ivan Reitman | Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Penelope Ann Miller, Pamela Reed, Linda Hunt

Votes: 126,687 | Gross: $91.46M

BV:

1) Stella $4,311,656

2) Fantasia (Re-issue) $6,047,613

3) Three Men and a Little Lady $13,774,642

Total: $24,133,911

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Sibling Rivalry $4,017,930

2) Misery $10,076,834

3) Look Who's Talking Too $8,100,640

Total: $22,195,404

Ori:

1) Cadillac Man $6,712,079

2) Robocop 2 $14,145,411

Total: $20,857,490

WB:

1) Joe Versus the Volcano $9,252,232

2) Memphis Belle $5,026,846

Total: $14,279,078

MGM/UA

Rocky V $14,073,170

Total: $14,073,170

Par:

Ghost $12,191,540

Total: $12,191,540

Uni:

Kindergarten Cop $11,260,685

Total: $11,260,685

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

11. Alien³ (1992)

R | 114 min | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi

59 Metascore

After her last encounter, Ellen Ripley crash-lands on Fiorina 161, a maximum security prison. When a series of strange and deadly events occur shortly after her arrival, Ripley realizes that she has brought along an unwelcome visitor.

Director: David Fincher | Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Charles S. Dutton, Charles Dance, Paul McGann

Votes: 258,005 | Gross: $55.47M

Fox:

1) My Cousin Vinny $7,416,751

2) Alien 3 $23,141,188

3) Unlawful Entry $10,067,609

Total: $40,625,548

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) A League of Their Own $13,739,456

2) Universal Soldier $10,057,084

3) Single White Female $10,212,401

Total: $34,008,941

BV:

1) Sister Act $11,894,587

2) Captain Ron $4,893,112

3) The Mighty Ducks $6,035,133

Total: $22,822,832

Par:

Juice $8,085,915

Total: $8,085,915

NL:

The Lawnmower Man $7,751,971

Total: $7,751,971

Uni:

Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot! $7,058,590

Total: $7,058,590

WB:

Memoirs of an Invisible Man $4,601,954

Total: $4,601,954

Winner/Loser: 20th Century Fox

12. Last Action Hero (1993)

PG-13 | 130 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy

44 Metascore

With the help of a magic ticket, a young movie fan is transported into the fictional world of his favorite action movie character.

Director: John McTiernan | Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, F. Murray Abraham, Art Carney, Charles Dance

Votes: 126,796 | Gross: $50.02M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Sniper $5,715,435

2) Last Action Hero $15,338,241

3) Sleepless in Seattle $17,253,733

4) Needful Things $5,202,478

Total: $43,509,887

WB:

1) Sommersby $8,104,624

2) Point of No Return $7,160,389

3) Dave $7,306,755

4) Made in America $11,821,326

Total: $34,393,094

Fox:

1) The Sandlot $4,918,712

2) Hot Shots! Part Deux $10,250,661

3) The Beverly Hillbillies $9,525,375

Total: $24,694,748

Uni:

1) Hard Target $10,106,500

2) Carlito's Way $9,116,675

Total: $19,223,175

BV:

1) Born Yesterday $5,911,343

2) The Adventures of Huck Finn $5,033,029

3) The Program $6,821,931

Total: $17,766,303

NL:

1) Who's the Man? $4,533,392

2) Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday $7,552,190

Total: $12,085,582

Par:

1) Fire in the Sky $6,116,484

2) Flesh and Bone $4,517,066

Total: $10,633,550

MGM/UA

Undercover Blues $4,379,488

Total: $4,379,488

Winner/Loser: Col/TriS/Sony

13. The Shadow (1994)

PG-13 | 108 min | Action, Adventure, Crime

In 1930s New York City, the Shadow battles his nemesis, Shiwan Khan, who is building an atomic bomb.

Director: Russell Mulcahy | Stars: Alec Baldwin, John Lone, Penelope Ann Miller, Peter Boyle

Votes: 21,808 | Gross: $32.06M

BV:

1) Terminal Velocity $5,500,404

2) The Santa Clause $19,321,992

Total: $24,822,396

Uni:

1) The Getaway $5,806,515

2) Greedy $4,805,115

3) The Shadow $11,713,845

Total: $22,322,475

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Cops and Robbersons $3,724,254

2) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein $11,212,889

Total: $14,937,143

Savoy:

Lightning Jack $5,401,743

Total: $5,401,743

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

14. Clueless (1995)

PG-13 | 97 min | Comedy, Romance

68 Metascore

A rich high school student tries to boost a new pupil's popularity, but reckons without affairs of the heart getting in the way.

Director: Amy Heckerling | Stars: Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy, Paul Rudd

Votes: 159,236 | Gross: $56.63M

WB:

1) Boys on the Side $4,808,873

2) Just Cause $10,607,932

3) The Bridges of Madison County $10,519,257

4) Under Siege 2: Dark Territory $12,624,402

5) Something to Talk About $11,115,697

6) Assassins $9,378,637

Total: $59,054,798

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Higher Learning $13,276,662

2) The Quick and the Dead $6,515,861

3) The Net $10,037,745

4) Desperado $7,910,446

Total: $37,740,714

MGM/UA

1) Species $17,161,943

2) Showgirls $8,112,627

Total: $25,274,570

BV:

1) A Goofy Movie $6,129,557

2) Powder $7,146,973

3) Father of the Bride Part II $11,134,978

Total: $24,411,508

Uni:

1) Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh $6,046,825

2) Major Payne $7,011,225

3) Clockers $4,463,560

Total: $17,521,610

NL:

1) Friday $6,589,341

2) Now and Then $7,440,173

Total: $14,029,514

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

1) Highlander 3: The Final Dimension $5,536,435

2) Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers $7,308,529

Total: $12,844,964

Par:

Clueless $10,612,443

Total: $10,612,443

Fox:

A Walk in the Clouds $9,526,010

Total: $9,526,010

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

15. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

G | 91 min | Animation, Drama, Family

74 Metascore

A deformed bell-ringer must assert his independence from a vicious government minister in order to help his friend, a gypsy dancer.

Directors: Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise | Stars: Demi Moore, Jason Alexander, Mary Kay Bergman, Corey Burton

Votes: 129,488 | Gross: $100.14M

BV:

1) Happy Gilmore $8,514,125

2) Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco $8,605,649

3) James and the Giant Peach $7,539,098

4) The Hunchback of Notre Dame $21,037,414

Total: $45,696,286

WB:

1) Executive Decision $12,069,780

2) The Glimmer Man $7,605,504

3) Mars Attacks! $9,384,272

Total: $29,059,556

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Juror $8,411,178

2) Fly Away Home $4,708,044

3) Extreme Measures $6,906,546

4) High School High $6,311,786

Total: $26,337,554

NL:

1) Bed of Roses $6,117,558

2) A Thin Line Between Love and Hate $9,310,414

3) Last Man Standing $7,010,333

Total: $22,438,305

Uni:

1) Sgt. Bilko $8,110,080

2) Flipper $4,209,525

3) Daylight $10,015,875

Total: $22,335,480

Fox:

1) Down Periscope $7,231,087

2) The Truth About Cats & Dogs $6,769,363

Total: $14,000,450

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood $8,112,884

Total: $8,112,884

Ori:

The Substitute $6,096,833

Total: $6,096,833

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

16. Contact (1997)

PG | 150 min | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi

62 Metascore

Dr. Ellie Arroway (Jodie Foster), after years of searching, finds conclusive radio proof of extraterrestrial intelligence, sending plans for a mysterious machine.

Director: Robert Zemeckis | Stars: Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt

Votes: 237,766 | Gross: $100.92M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Absolute Power $16,770,220

2) Donnie Brasco $11,660,216

3) The Devil's Own $14,274,503

4) My Best Friend's Wedding $21,678,377

5) Seven Years in Tibet $10,020,378

Total: $74,403,694

WB:

1) Selena $11,615,722

2) Father's Day $8,776,159

3) Addicted to Love $11,446,098

4) Contact $20,584,908

5) The Devil's Advocate $12,170,536

Total: $64,593,423

BV:

1) Metro $11,411,107

2) Jungle 2 Jungle $12,812,047

3) Romy & Michele's High School Reunion $7,429,406

4) George of the Jungle $16,540,791

Total: $48,193,351

NL:

1) Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery $9,548,111

2) Spawn $19,738,749

3) Money Talks $10,654,369

Total: $39,941,229

MGM/UA

1) Red Corner $7,403,362

2) Tomorrow Never Dies $25,143,007

Total: $32,546,369

Uni:

Dante's Peak $18,479,435

Total: $18,479,435

Fox:

Alien Resurrection $16,474,092

Total: $16,474,092

Par:

The Saint $16,278,873

Total: $16,278,873

Winner/Loser: Sony

17. What Dreams May Come (1998)

PG-13 | 113 min | Drama, Fantasy, Romance

44 Metascore

Chris Nielsen dies in car crash one night, and then goes to Heaven. Later, his widow Annie commits suicide, unable to overcome her loss. Chris descends into Hell to save her.

Director: Vincent Ward | Stars: Robin Williams, Cuba Gooding Jr., Annabella Sciorra, Max von Sydow

Votes: 96,181 | Gross: $55.49M

BV:

1) The Horse Whisperer $13,685,488

2) Six Days, Seven Nights $16,485,276

3) Mulan $22,745,143

4) The Parent Trap $11,148,497

5) Enemy of the State $20,038,573

Total: $84,102,977

Fox:

1) Great Expectations $9,593,290

2) The Object of My Affection $9,725,855

3) Hope Floats $14,210,464

4) How Stella Got Her Groove Back $11,318,919

5) The Siege $13,931,285

Total: $58,779,813

Uni:

1) Primary Colors $12,045,395

2) One True Thing $6,606,455

3) What Dreams May Come $15,833,592

4) Bride of Chucky $11,830,855

5) Psycho (1998) $10,031,850

Total: $56,348,147

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Spice World $10,527,222

2) The Replacement Killers $8,046,553

3) I Still Know What You Did Last Summer $16,520,038

4) Stepmom $19,142,440

Total: $54,236,253

WB:

1) U.S. Marshals $16,863,988

2) A Perfect Murder $16,615,704

Total: $33,479,692

MGM/UA

1) The Man in the Iron Mask $17,271,450

2) Ronin $12,697,641

Total: $29,969,091

Par:

1) Grease (Re-issue) $12,705,463

2) Snake Eyes $16,310,373

Total: $29,015,836

NL:

The Wedding Singer $18,865,080

Total: $18,865,080

DW:

The Prince of Egypt $14,524,321

Total: $14,524,321

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

18. The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)

R | 104 min | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

42 Metascore

A horrible massacre strikes up after an outcast teenage girl is taunted by a group of high school jocks, all of them unaware of her cutthroat telekinetic powers.

Directors: Katt Shea, Robert Mandel | Stars: Emily Bergl, Jason London, Dylan Bruno, J. Smith-Cameron

Votes: 14,688 | Gross: $17.76M

Uni:

1) Notting Hill $21,811,180

2) Bowfinger $18,062,550

3) For Love of the Game $13,041,685

Total: $52,915,415

Par:

1) Sleepy Hollow $30,060,467

2) The Talented Mr. Ripley $12,738,237

Total: $42,798,704

BV:

1) 10 Things I Hate About You $8,330,681

2) Inspector Gadget $21,889,138

3) The 13th Warrior $10,267,756

Total: $40,487,575

WB:

1) Three Kings $15,847,636

2) The Green Mile $18,017,152

Total: $33,864,788

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Cruel Intentions $13,020,565

2) Random Hearts $13,012,585

Total: $26,033,150

Fox:

Never Been Kissed $11,836,707

Total: $11,836,707

MGM/UA:

The Rage: Carrie 2 $7,065,123

Total: $7,065,123

Winner/Loser: Universal

19. Batman & Robin (1997)

PG-13 | 125 min | Action, Sci-Fi

28 Metascore

Batman and Robin try to keep their relationship together even as they must stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from freezing Gotham City.

Director: Joel Schumacher | Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Uma Thurman

Votes: 220,204 | Gross: $107.33M

Col/TriS/Sony:

(1990) $22,195,404 (3)

(1991) $45,411,270 (6)

(1992) $34,008,941 (3)

(1993) $43,509,887 (4)

(1994) $14,937,143 (2)

(1995) $37,740,714 (4)

(1996) $26,337,554 (4)

(1997) $74,403,694 (5)

(1998) $54,236,253 (4)

(1999) $26,033,150 (2)

Total: $378,814,010 (37)

BV:

(1990) $24,133,911 (3)

(1991) $20,670,467 (3)

(1992) $22,822,832 (3)

(1993) $17,766,303 (3)

(1994) $24,822,396 (2)

(1995) $24,411,508 (3)

(1996) $45,696,286 (4)

(1997) $48,193,351 (4)

(1998) $84,102,977 (5)

(1999) $40,487,575 (3)

Total: $353,107,606 (33)

WB:

(1990) $14,279,078 (2)

(1991) $28,540,421 (5)

(1992) $4,601,954 (1)

(1993) $34,393,094 (4)

(1995) $59,054,798 (6)

(1996) $29,059,556 (3)

(1997) $64,593,423 (5)

(1998) $33,479,692 (2)

(1999) $33,864,788 (2)

Total: $301,866,804 (30)

Uni:

(1990) $11,260,685 (1)

(1991) $16,097,690 (3)

(1992) $7,058,590 (1)

(1993) $19,223,175 (2)

(1994) $22,322,475 (3)

(1995) $17,521,610 (3)

(1996) $22,335,480 (3)

(1997) $18,479,435 (1)

(1998) $56,348,147 (5)

(1999) $52,915,415 (3)

Total: $243,562,702 (25)

Fox:

(1992) $40,625,548 (3)

(1993) $24,694,748 (3)

(1995) $9,526,010 (1)

(1996) $14,000,450 (2)

(1997) $16,474,092 (1)

(1998) $58,779,813 (5)

(1999) $11,836,707 (1)

Total: $175,937,368 (16)

Par:

(1990) $12,191,540 (1)

(1991) $13,249,510 (2)

(1992) $8,085,915 (1)

(1993) $10,633,550 (2)

(1995) $10,612,443 (1)

(1997) $16,278,873 (1)

(1998) $29,015,836 (2)

(1999) $42,798,704 (2)

Total: $142,866,371 (12)

NL:

(1992) $7,751,971 (1)

(1993) $12,085,582 (2)

(1995) $14,029,514 (2)

(1996) $22,438,305 (3)

(1997) $39,941,229 (3)

(1998) $18,865,080 (1)

Total: $115,111,681 (12)

MGM/UA:

(1990) $14,073,170 (1)

(1993) $4,379,488 (1)

(1995) $25,274,570 (2)

(1997) $32,546,369 (2)

(1998) $29,969,091 (2)

(1999) $7,065,123 (1)

Total: $113,307,811 (9)

Ori:

(1990) $20,857,490 (2)

(1991) $10,241,268 (1)

(1996) $6,096,833 (1)

Total: $37,195,591 (4)

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

(1995) $12,844,964 (2)

(1996) $8,112,884 (1)

Total: $20,957,848 (3)

DW:

(1998) $14,524,321 (1)

Total: $14,524,321 (1)

Savoy:

(1994) $5,401,743 (1)

Total: $5,401,743 (1)

Winner/loser: Sony

20. The Road to El Dorado (2000)

PG | 89 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

51 Metascore

Two swindlers get their hands on a map to the fabled city of gold, El Dorado.

Directors: Bibo Bergeron, Don Paul, Jeffrey Katzenberg | Stars: Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Rosie Perez, Armand Assante

Votes: 76,312 | Gross: $50.86M

Fox:

1) The Beach $15,277,921

2) Big Momma's House $25,661,041

3) Bedazzled (2000) $13,106,526

4) Dude, Where's My Car? $13,845,914

Total: $67,891,402

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Hanging Up $13,567,978

2) 28 Days $10,310,672

3) The Patriot $22,413,710

4) Vertical Limit $15,507,845

Total: $61,800,205

WB:

1) Romeo Must Die $18,014,503

2) Battlefield Earth $11,548,898

3) The Art of War $10,410,993

4) Bait $5,485,591

5) The Exorcist Director's Cut $8,175,666

Total: $53,635,651

BV:

1) Shanghai Noon $15,607,034

2) Unbreakable $30,330,771

Total: $45,937,805

Par:

1) The Next Best Thing $5,870,387

2) The Original Kings of Comedy $11,053,832

3) Rugrats in Paris: The Movie $22,718,184

Total: $39,642,403

DW:

1) The Road to El Dorado $12,846,652

2) Chicken Run $17,506,162

Total: $30,352,814

NL:

1) Love & Basketball $8,139,180

2) Little Nicky $16,063,904

Total: $24,203,084

Artisan

1) The Ninth Gate $6,622,518

2) Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 $13,223,887

Total: $19,846,405

Uni:

The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas $10,518,435

Total: $10,518,435

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

Down to You $7,602,507

Total: $7,602,507

USA Films

Nurse Betty $7,145,950

Total: $7,145,950

Winner/Loser: 20th Century Fox

21. The One (2001)

PG-13 | 87 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

25 Metascore

A rogue Multiverse agent goes on a manhunt for versions of himself, getting stronger with each kill. With only one version remaining, he races against the clock to finish him and become "The One."

Director: James Wong | Stars: Jet Li, Carla Gugino, Delroy Lindo, Jason Statham

Votes: 85,791 | Gross: $43.91M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Brothers $10,302,846

2) A Knight's Tale $16,511,391

3) America's Sweethearts $30,181,877

4) Two Can Play That Game $7,720,942

5) The Glass House $5,738,448

6) Riding in Cars with Boys $10,404,652

7) The One $19,112,404

Total: $99,972,560

Par:

1) Down to Earth $17,268,883

2) Enemy at the Gates $13,810,266

3) Along Came a Spider $16,712,407

4) The Score $19,018,807

5) Zoolander $15,525,043

Total: $82,335,406

Fox:

1) Someone Like You $10,010,600

2) Dr. Dolittle 2 $25,037,039

3) Shallow Hal $22,518,295

4) Behind Enemy Lines $18,736,133

Total: $76,302,067

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

1) Scary Movie 2 $20,503,356

2) Serendipity $13,309,241

Total: $33,812,597

WB:

1) Valentine $10,024,648

2) Thirteen Ghosts $15,165,355

Total: $25,190,003

MGM/UA

Bandits $13,050,700

Total: $13,050,700

NL:

15 Minutes $10,523,154

Total: $10,523,154

Winner/Loser: Sony

22. Resident Evil (2002)

R | 100 min | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi

33 Metascore

A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson | Stars: Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, Ryan McCluskey, Oscar Pearce

Votes: 233,665 | Gross: $40.12M

DW:

1) Road to Perdition $22,079,481

2) The Tuxedo $15,051,028

3) Catch Me If You Can $30,053,627

Total: $67,184,136

BV:

1) Snow Dogs $17,814,259

2) Lilo & Stitch $35,260,212

Total: $53,074,471

WB:

1) Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood $16,167,412

2) Analyze That $11,034,422

3) Two Weeks Notice $14,328,494

Total: $41,530,328

Uni:

1) Big Fat Liar $11,554,015

2) The Bourne Identity $27,118,640

Total: $38,672,655

Fox:

1) High Crimes $14,005,550

2) Unfaithful $14,065,277

3) The Banger Sisters $10,037,846

Total: $38,108,673

Par:

1) Crossroads $14,527,187

2) Star Trek: Nemesis $18,513,305

Total: $33,040,492

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Resident Evil $17,707,106

2) Stuart Little 2 $15,115,152

Total: $32,822,258

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

40 Days and 40 Nights $12,229,529

Total: $12,229,529

Winner/Loser: DreamWorks

23. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)

PG-13 | 110 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

30 Metascore

In an alternate Victorian Age world, a group of famous contemporary fantasy, science fiction, and adventure characters team up on a secret mission.

Director: Stephen Norrington | Stars: Sean Connery, Stuart Townsend, Peta Wilson, Jason Flemyng

Votes: 158,524 | Gross: $66.47M

BV:

1) Shanghai Knights $19,603,630

2) Holes $16,300,155

3) The Lizzie McGuire Movie $17,338,755

4) Freaky Friday $22,203,007

5) Under the Tuscan Sun $9,751,425

6) The Haunted Mansion $24,278,410

Total: $109,475,382

Fox:

1) The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen $23,075,892

2) Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World $25,105,990

3) Cheaper by the Dozen $27,557,647

Total: $75,739,529

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) National Security $14,369,694

2) Tears of the Sun $17,057,213

3) Daddy Day Care $27,623,580

4) Mona Lisa Smile $11,528,498

Total: $70,578,985

NL:

1) Final Destination 2 $16,017,141

2) Secondhand Lions $12,139,832

3) Elf $31,113,501

Total: $59,270,474

WB:

1) Dreamcatcher $15,027,423

2) What a Girl Wants $11,434,964

3) Matchstick Men $13,087,307

4) Gothika $19,288,438

Total: $58,838,132

MGM/UA

1) Agent Cody Banks $14,064,317

2) Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde $22,220,670

3) Out of Time $16,185,316

Total: $52,470,303

DW:

Old School $17,453,216

Total: $17,453,216

Uni:

Honey $12,856,040

Total: $12,856,040

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

24. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004)

PG | 87 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

66 Metascore

SpongeBob SquarePants takes leave from the town of Bikini Bottom in order to track down King Neptune's stolen crown.

Directors: Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Osborne | Stars: Tom Kenny, Jeffrey Tambor, Rodger Bumpass, Carolyn Lawrence

Votes: 71,935 | Gross: $85.42M

BV:

1) Miracle $19,377,577

2) Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen $9,350,572

3) The Ladykillers $12,634,563

4) The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement $22,956,453

5) Mr. 3000 $8,679,028

6) Ladder 49 $22,088,204

Total: $95,086,397

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Secret Window $18,237,568

2) 13 Going on 30 $21,054,283

3) White Chicks $19,676,748

4) Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid $12,812,287

Total: $71,780,886

Fox:

The Day After Tomorrow $68,743,584

Total: $68,743,584

Uni:

1) The Chronicles of Riddick $24,289,165

2) Friday Night Lights $20,269,025

3) Ray $20,039,730

Total: $64,597,920

WB:

1) Starsky and Hutch $28,103,367

2) The Polar Express $23,323,463

Total: $51,426,830

DW:

1) The Terminal $19,053,199

2) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy $28,416,365

Total: $47,469,564

Par:

1) Without a Paddle $13,528,946

2) The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie $32,018,216

Total: $45,547,162

NL:

1) Cellular $10,100,571

2) Blade: Trinity $16,061,271

Total: $26,161,842

MGM/UA

Walking Tall $15,501,114

Total: $15,501,114

LG:

The Punisher $13,834,527

Total: $13,834,527

Winner/Loser: Buena Vista

25. Æon Flux (2005)

PG-13 | 93 min | Action, Adventure, Crime

36 Metascore

Aeon Flux is a mysterious assassin working for the Monicans, a group of rebels trying to overthrow the government. When she is sent on a mission to kill the Chairman, a whole new mystery is found.

Director: Karyn Kusama | Stars: Charlize Theron, Frances McDormand, Sophie Okonedo, Marton Csokas

Votes: 119,798 | Gross: $25.86M

Uni:

1) White Noise $24,113,565

2) The Wedding Date $11,129,580

3) Kicking and Screaming $20,159,925

4) The Skeleton Key $16,057,945

5) Serenity $10,086,680

6) Jarhead $27,726,210

Total: $109,273,905

Par:

1) The Longest Yard $47,606,480

2) Aeon Flux $12,661,112

Total: $60,267,592

WB:

1) Constantine $29,769,098

2) Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous $14,043,215

3) House of Wax $12,077,236

Total: $55,889,549

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Bewitched $20,131,130

2) The Legend of Zorro $16,328,506

3) Zathura $13,427,872

Total: $49,887,508

MGM/UA

1) Be Cool $23,450,212

2) Beauty Shop $12,801,465

Total: $36,251,677

NL:

Wedding Crashers $33,900,720

Total: $33,900,720

DW:

1) Red Eye $16,167,662

2) Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story $9,178,233

Total: $25,345,895

Fox:

Walk the Line $22,347,341

Total: $22,347,341

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

The Brothers Grimm $15,092,079

Total: $15,092,079

Winner/Loser: Universal

26. Over the Hedge (2006)

PG | 83 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

67 Metascore

A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating...and learns a lesson about family himself.

Directors: Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick | Stars: Bruce Willis, Garry Shandling, Steve Carell, Wanda Sykes

Votes: 149,091 | Gross: $155.02M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Benchwarmers $19,656,429

2) Little Man $21,613,176

3) Monster House $22,217,226

4) Casino Royale $40,833,156

Total: $104,319,987

Par:

1) Last Holiday $12,806,188

2) Over the Hedge $38,457,003

3) Nacho Libre $28,309,599

4) Barnyard: The Original Party Animals $15,820,864

Total: $95,393,654

BV:

1) The Shaggy Dog $16,310,058

2) Step Up $20,659,573

3) The Guardian $18,006,064

4) The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause $19,504,038

Total: $74,479,733

Fox:

1) Date Movie $19,076,261

2) The Devil Wears Prada $27,537,244

3) Eragon $23,239,907

Total: $69,853,412

Uni:

1) Nanny McPhee $14,503,650

2) United 93 $11,478,360

3) Hollywoodland $5,926,177

4) The Black Dahlia $10,005,895

5) Jet Li's Fearless $10,590,244

Total: $52,504,326

NL:

1) Final Destination 3 $19,173,094

2) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning $18,508,228

Total: $37,681,322

WB:

1) 16 Blocks $11,855,260

2) Poseidon $22,155,410

Total: $34,010,670

LG:

Crank $10,457,367

Total: $10,457,367

Winner/Loser: Sony

27. Live Free or Die Hard (2007)

PG-13 | 128 min | Action, Thriller

69 Metascore

John McClane and a young hacker join forces to take down master cyber-terrorist Thomas Gabriel in Washington D.C.

Director: Len Wiseman | Stars: Bruce Willis, Justin Long, Timothy Olyphant, Maggie Q

Votes: 373,201 | Gross: $134.53M

Fox:

1) 28 Weeks Later $9,807,292

2) Live Free or Die Hard $33,369,559

3) Alvin and the Chipmunks $44,307,417

Total: $87,484,268

Uni:

1) Smokin' Aces $14,638,755

2) Because I Said So $13,122,865

3) Knocked Up $30,690,990

4) The Kingdom $17,135,055

Total: $75,587,665

BV:

1) Bridge to Terabithia $22,564,612

2) Meet the Robinsons $25,123,781

3) The Invisible $7,717,309

4) Dan in Real Life $11,809,445

Total: $67,215,147

Par:

1) Zodiac $13,395,610

2) The Heartbreak Kid $14,022,105

3) Bee Movie $38,021,044

Total: $65,438,759

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

1) Hannibal Rising $13,051,650

2) 1408 $20,617,667

Total: $33,669,317

NL:

1) The Number 23 $14,602,867

2) Fracture $11,014,657

Total: $25,617,524

Col/TriS/Sony:

This Christmas $17,958,183

Total: $17,958,183

LG:

Good Luck Chuck $13,652,001

Total: $13,652,001

Winner/Loser: 20th Century Fox

28. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)

PG-13 | 112 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

31 Metascore

In the Far East, Alex O'Connell, the son of famed mummy fighters Rick and Evy O'Connell, unearths the mummy of the first Emperor of Qin -- a shape-shifting entity cursed by a witch centuries ago.

Director: Rob Cohen | Stars: Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello, Michelle Yeoh

Votes: 142,575 | Gross: $102.49M

Uni:

1) Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins $16,207,730

2) Forgetting Sarah Marshall $17,725,330

3) Wanted $50,927,085

4) Mamma Mia! $27,751,240

5) The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor $40,457,770

6) Role Models $19,167,085

Total: $172,236,249

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) First Sunday $17,714,821

2) Made of Honor $14,756,850

3) You Don't Mess with the Zohan $38,531,374

4) Step Brothers $30,940,732

5) Pineapple Express $23,245,025

6) The House Bunny $14,533,702

7) Quarantine $14,211,321

8) Seven Pounds $14,851,136

Total: $168,784,961

LG:

1) Rambo $18,203,876

2) The Eye $12,425,776

3) Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns $20,082,809

4) Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys $17,381,218

5) Saw V $30,053,954

Total: $98,147,633

Fox:

1) 27 Dresses $23,007,725

2) Nim's Island $13,210,579

3) Street Kings $12,469,631

4) What Happens in Vegas $20,172,474

5) Babylon A.D. $9,484,627

Total: $78,345,036

BV:

1) College Road Trip $13,601,419

2) Bedtime Stories $27,450,296

Total: $41,051,715

WB:

1) Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay $14,908,404

2) Nights in Rodanthe $13,418,454

Total: $28,326,858

Par:

The Spiderwick Chronicles $19,004,058

Total: $19,004,058

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

Zack and Miri Make a Porno $10,065,630

Total: $10,065,630

Winner/Loser: Universal

29. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)

PG | 94 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

50 Metascore

When Sid's attempt to adopt three dinosaur eggs gets him abducted by their real mother to an underground lost world, his friends attempt to rescue him.

Directors: Carlos Saldanha, Mike Thurmeier | Stars: Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Eunice Cho

Votes: 206,652 | Gross: $196.57M

WB:

1) Ghosts of Girlfriends Past $15,411,434

2) Terminator Salvation $42,558,390

3) The Informant! $10,464,314

4) The Blind Side $34,119,372

5) Sherlock Holmes $62,304,277

Total: $164,857,787

Fox:

1) Bride Wars $21,058,173

2) Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $41,690,382

Total: $62,748,555

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Underworld: Rise of the Lycans $20,828,511

2) Julie & Julia $20,027,956

Total: $40,856,467

LG:

1) The Haunting in Connecticut $23,004,765

2) Saw VI $14,118,444

Total: $37,123,209

BV:

1) Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience $12,510,374

2) Surrogates $14,902,692

Total: $27,413,066

Uni:

1) State of Play $14,071,280

2) 9 $10,740,446

Total: $24,811,726

Overture Films

Law Abiding Citizen $21,039,502

Total: $21,039,502

Par:

I Love You, Man $17,810,270

Total: $17,810,270

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

30. Battlefield Earth (2000)

PG-13 | 118 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

9 Metascore

It's the year 3000 A.D.; the Earth is lost to the alien race of Psychlos. Humanity is enslaved by these gold-thirsty tyrants, whom are unaware that their 'man-animals' are about to ignite the rebellion of a lifetime.

Director: Roger Christian | Stars: John Travolta, Forest Whitaker, Barry Pepper, Kim Coates

Votes: 73,134 | Gross: $21.47M

Col/TriS/Sony:

(2000) $61,800,205 (4)

(2001) $99,972,560 (7)

(2002) $32,822,258 (2)

(2003) $70,578,985 (4)

(2004) $71,780,886 (4)

(2005) $49,887,508 (3)

(2006) $104,319,987 (4)

(2007) $17,958,183 (1)

(2008) $168,784,961 (8)

(2009) $40,856,467 (2)

Total: $718,762,000 (39)

Fox:

(2000) $67,891,402 (4)

(2001) $76,302,067 (4)

(2002) $38,108,673 (3)

(2003) $75,739,529 (3)

(2004) $68,743,584 (1)

(2005) $22,347,341 (1)

(2006) $69,853,412 (3)

(2007) $87,484,268 (3)

(2008) $78,345,036 (5)

(2009) $62,748,555 (2)

Total: $647,563,867 (29)

Uni:

(2000) $10,518,435 (1)

(2002) $38,672,655 (2)

(2003) $12,856,040 (1)

(2004) $64,597,920 (3)

(2005) $109,273,905 (6)

(2006) $52,504,326 (5)

(2007) $75,587,665 (4)

(2008) $172,236,249 (6)

(2009) $24,811,726 (2)

Total: $561,058,921 (30)

BV:

(2000) $45,937,805 (2)

(2002) $53,074,471 (2)

(2003) $109,475,382 (6)

(2004) $95,086,397 (6)

(2006) $74,479,733 (4)

(2007) $67,215,147 (4)

(2008) $41,051,715 (2)

(2009) $27,413,066 (2)

Total: $513,733,716 (28)

WB:

(2000) $53,635,651 (5)

(2001) $25,190,003 (2)

(2002) $41,530,328 (3)

(2003) $58,838,132 (4)

(2004) $51,426,830 (2)

(2005) $55,889,549 (3)

(2006) $34,010,670 (2)

(2008) $28,326,858 (2)

(2009) $164,857,787 (5)

Total: $513,705,808 (28)



Par:

(2000) $39,642,403 (3)

(2001) $82,335,406 (5)

(2002) $33,040,492 (2)

(2004) $45,547,162 (2)

(2005) $60,267,592 (2)

(2006) $95,393,654 (4)

(2007) $65,438,759 (3)

(2008) $19,004,058 (1)

(2009) $17,810,270 (1)

Total: $458,479,796 (23)

NL:

(2000) $24,203,084 (2)

(2001) $10,523,154 (1)

(2003) $59,270,474 (3)

(2004) $26,161,842 (2)

(2005) $33,900,720 (1)

(2006) $37,681,322 (2)

(2007) $25,617,524 (2)

Total: $217,358,120 (13)

DW:

(2000) $30,352,814 (2)

(2002) $67,184,136 (3)

(2003) $17,453,216 (1)

(2004) $47,469,564 (2)

(2005) $25,345,895 (2)

Total: $187,805,625 (10)

LG:

(2004) $13,834,527 (1)

(2006) $10,457,367 (1)

(2007) $13,652,001 (1)

(2008) $98,147,633 (5)

(2009) $37,123,209 (2)

Total: $173,214,737 (10)

MGM/UA:

(2001) $13,050,700 (1)

(2003) $52,470,303 (3)

(2004) $15,501,114 (1)

(2005) $36,251,677 (2)

Total: $117,273,794 (7)

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

(2000) $7,602,507 (1)

(2001) $33,812,597 (2)

(2002) $12,229,529 (1)

(2005) $15,092,079 (1)

(2007) $33,669,317 (2)

(2008) $10,065,630 (1)

Total: $112,471,659 (8)

Overture Films

(2009) $21,039,502 (1)

Total: $21,039,502 (1)

Artisan:

(2000) $19,846,405 (2)

Total: $19,846,405 (2)

USA Films:

(2000) $7,145,950 (1)

Total: $7,145,950 (1)

Winner/loser: Sony

31. The Last Exorcism (2010)

PG-13 | 87 min | Horror, Mystery, Thriller

63 Metascore

A troubled evangelical minister agrees to let his last exorcism be filmed by a documentary crew.

Director: Daniel Stamm | Stars: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Herthum

Votes: 46,052 | Gross: $41.03M

WB:

1) The Book of Eli $32,789,494

2) Edge of Darkness $17,214,384

3) Cop Out $18,211,126

4) Sex and the City 2 $31,001,870

5) Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole $16,112,211

6) Life as We Know It $14,506,464

7) Due Date $32,689,406

8) Yogi Bear $16,411,322

Total: $178,936,361

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Legion $17,501,625

2) Grown Ups $40,506,562

3) Salt $36,011,243

4) Eat Pray Love $23,104,523

5) Easy A $17,734,040

6) The Tourist $16,472,458

Total: $151,330,451

Fox:

1) Diary of a Wimpy Kid $22,126,166

2) Date Night $25,207,599

3) The A-Team $25,669,455

4) Vampires Suck $12,202,831

5) Machete $11,416,164

6) Unstoppable $22,688,457

Total: $119,310,672

Uni:

1) The Wolfman $31,479,235

2) Green Zone $14,309,295

3) Robin Hood $36,063,385

4) Get Him to the Greek $17,570,955

Total: $99,419,870

Par:

1) The Last Airbender $40,325,019

2) Dinner for Schmucks $23,527,839

3) True Grit $24,830,443

Total: $88,683,301

LG:

1) Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? $29,289,537

2) The Last Exorcism $20,366,613

3) Red $21,761,408

Total: $71,417,558

BV:

Tangled $48,767,052

Total: $48,767,052

Overture Films

Brooklyn's Finest $13,350,299

Total: $13,350,299

CBS:

The Back-Up Plan $12,201,710

Total: $12,201,710

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

32. Sucker Punch (2011)

PG-13 | 110 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

33 Metascore

A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather, retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, envisioning a plan to help her escape.

Director: Zack Snyder | Stars: Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone

Votes: 219,579 | Gross: $36.39M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Bad Teacher $31,603,106

2) The Smurfs $35,611,637

3) Colombiana $10,408,176

4) Moneyball $19,501,302

5) The Ides of March $10,470,143

6) Jack and Jill $25,003,575

Total: $132,597,939

Uni:

1) The Dilemma $17,816,230

2) Sanctum $9,447,930

3) The Adjustment Bureau $21,157,730

4) Hanna $12,370,549

5) Bridesmaids $26,247,410

6) The Debt $9,909,499

7) Tower Heist $24,025,190

Total: $120,974,538

Par:

1) Justin Bieber: Never Say Never $29,514,054

2) Kung Fu Panda 2 $47,656,302

3) Footloose $15,556,113

Total: $92,726,469

BV:

1) I Am Number Four $19,449,893

2) The Help $26,044,590

3) The Muppets $29,239,026

Total: $74,733,509

WB:

1) Sucker Punch $19,058,199

2) Horrible Bosses $28,302,165

3) Happy Feet Two $21,237,068

Total: $68,597,432

LG:

1) Source Code $14,812,094

2) Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family $25,068,677

Total: $39,880,771

Fox:

1) The Sitter $9,851,435

2) Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked $23,244,744

Total: $33,096,179

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

Scream 4 $18,692,090

Total: $18,692,090

Winner/Loser: Col/TriS/Sony

33. Django Unchained (2012)

R | 165 min | Drama, Western

81 Metascore

With the help of a German bounty hunter, a freed slave sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.

Director: Quentin Tarantino | Stars: Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington

Votes: 1,229,430 | Gross: $162.81M

WB:

1) Project X $21,051,363

2) Wrath of the Titans $33,457,188

3) The Lucky One $22,518,358

4) Dark Shadows $29,685,274

5) Magic Mike $39,127,170

6) The Campaign $26,588,460

7) Argo $19,458,109

8) Cloud Atlas $9,612,247

Total: $201,498,169

Uni:

1) Safe House $40,172,720

2) American Reunion $21,514,080

3) Battleship $25,534,825

Total: $87,221,625

Fox:

1) Red Tails $18,782,154

2) The Three Stooges $17,010,125

3) Prometheus $51,050,101

Total: $86,842,380

BV:

1) Beauty and the Beast (3D) $17,751,905

2) John Carter $30,180,188

3) Finding Nemo (3D) $16,687,773

Total: 64,619,866

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Pirates! Band of Misfits $11,137,734

2) Total Recall $25,577,758

3) Looper $20,801,552

Total: $57,517,044

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

1) Lawless $10,001,982

2) Django Unchained $30,122,888

Total: $40,124,870

Par:

1) Flight $24,900,566

2) Jack Reacher $15,210,156

Total: $40,110,722

CBS:

The Woman in Black $20,874,072

Total: $20,874,072

LG:

Tyler Perry's Good Deeds $15,583,924

Total: $15,583,924 Rela.

House at the End of The Street $12,287,234

Total: $12,287,234

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

34. World War Z (2013)

PG-13 | 116 min | Action, Adventure, Horror

63 Metascore

Former United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments, and threatening to destroy humanity itself.

Director: Marc Forster | Stars: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale

Votes: 558,956 | Gross: $202.36M

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Call $17,118,745

2) Olympus Has Fallen $30,373,794

3) This is the End $20,719,162

4) Grown Ups 2 $41,508,572

5) Captain Phillips $25,718,314

Total: $135,438,587

WB:

1) The Great Gatsby $50,085,185

2) The Hangover Part III $41,671,198

3) We're the Millers $26,419,396

Total: $118,175,779

Par:

1) World War Z $66,411,834

2) Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues $26,232,425

Total: $92,644,259

LG:

1) Snitch $13,167,607

2) Now You See Me $29,350,389

Total: $42,517,996

Fox:

The Heat $39,115,043

Total: $39,115,043

Uni:

The Best Man Holiday $30,107,555

Total: $30,107,555

BV:

The Lone Ranger $29,210,849

Total: $29,210,849

ORF:

A Haunted House $18,101,682

Total: $18,101,682

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

Scary Movie 5 $14,157,367

Total: $14,157,367

Rela.

The Family $14,034,764

Total: $14,034,764

Winner/Loser: Sony

35. Interstellar (2014)

PG-13 | 169 min | Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi

74 Metascore

A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity's survival.

Director: Christopher Nolan | Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy

Votes: 1,321,575 | Gross: $188.02M

Fox:

1) Son of God $25,601,865

2) Mr. Peabody & Sherman $32,207,057

3) Rio 2 $39,327,869

4) How to Train Your Dragon 2 $49,451,322

5) Penguins of Madagascar $25,447,444

6) Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb $17,100,520

Total: $189,136,077

Par:

1) Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones $18,343,611

2) Hercules $29,800,263

3) Interstellar $47,510,360

Total: $95,654,234

WB:

1) Tammy $21,577,049

2) Dolphin Tale 2 $15,873,397

3) Annabelle $37,134,255

Total: $74,584,701

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Monuments Men $22,003,433

2) About Last Night $25,649,011

3) Heaven is for Real $22,522,221

Total: $70,174,665 Uni:

1) The Purge: Anarchy $29,816,675

2) A Walk Among the Tombstones $12,758,780

3) Dracula Untold $23,514,615

Total: $66,090,070

BV:

1) Muppets Most Wanted $17,005,126

2) Into the Woods $31,051,923

Total: $48,057,049

LG:

John Wick $14,415,922

Total: $14,415,922

Rela.:

3 Days to Kill $12,242,218

Total: $12,242,218

ORF:

Nightcrawler $10,441,000

Total: $10,441,000

Winner/Loser: 20th Century Fox

36. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

R | 120 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

90 Metascore

In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in search for her homeland with the aid of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper, and a drifter named Max.

Director: George Miller | Stars: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoë Kravitz

Votes: 791,546 | Gross: $154.06M

WB:

1) Run All Night $11,012,305

2) Get Hard $33,803,253

3) Hot Pursuit $13,942,258

4) Mad Max: Fury Road $45,428,128

5) Vacation $14,681,108

6) Black Mass $22,635,037

7) The Intern $17,728,313

8) In the Heart of the Sea $11,053,366

Total: $170,283,768

BV:

1) Inside Out $90,440,272

2) The Good Dinosaur $39,155,217

Total: $129,595,489

Fox:

1) Kingsman: The Secret Service $36,206,331

2) Fantastic Four $25,685,737

3) The Peanuts Movie $44,213,073

4) Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip $14,287,159

Total: $120,392,300

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) The Wedding Ringer $20,649,306

2) Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 $23,762,435

3) Pixels $24,011,616

4) War Room $11,351,389

Total: $79,774,746

Uni:

1) The Boy Next Door $14,910,105

2) The Visit $25,427,560

3) Krampus $16,293,325

Total: $56,630,990

Par:

1) Project Almanac $8,310,252

2) Daddy's Home $38,740,203

Total: $47,050,455

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

37. Allegiant (2016)

PG-13 | 120 min | Action, Adventure, Mystery

33 Metascore

After the earth-shattering revelations of Insurgent, Tris must escape with Four beyond the wall that encircles Chicago, to finally discover the shocking truth of the world around them.

Director: Robert Schwentke | Stars: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Jeff Daniels, Naomi Watts

Votes: 97,050 | Gross: $66.18M

WB:

1) Barbershop: The Next Cut $20,242,415

2) Central Intelligence $35,535,250

3) The Legend of Tarzan $38,527,856

4) Storks $21,311,407

Total: $115,616,928

Uni:

1) Hail, Caesar! $11,355,225

2) London Has Fallen $21,635,601

3) The Huntsman: Winter's War $19,445,035

4) Warcraft $24,166,110

5) Sing $35,258,145

Total: $111,860,116

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Ghostbusters $46,018,755

2) Sausage Party $34,263,534

3) When the Bough Breaks $14,202,323

4) Inferno $14,860,425

Total: $109,345,037

Fox:

1) Independence Day: Resurgence $41,039,944

2) Trolls $46,581,142

Total: $87,621,086

LG:

1) Gods of Egypt $14,123,903

2) The Divergent Series: Allegiant $29,027,348

3) Blair Witch $9,576,057

4) Deepwater Horizon $20,223,544

Total: $72,950,852

Par:

1) 10 Cloverfield Lane $24,727,437

2) Jack Reacher: Never Go Back $22,872,490

3) Office Christmas Party $16,890,204

Total: $64,490,131

BV:

Alice Through the Looking Glass $26,858,726

Total: $26,858,726

Winner/Loser: Warner Bros.

38. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017)

PG | 89 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

69 Metascore

Two overly imaginative pranksters named George and Harold hypnotize their principal into thinking he's a ridiculously enthusiastic, incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants.

Director: David Soren | Stars: Kevin Hart, Thomas Middleditch, Ed Helms, Nick Kroll

Votes: 22,457 | Gross: $73.92M

Uni:

1) A Dog's Purpose $18,222,810

2) Fifty Shades Darker $46,607,250

3) The Mummy $32,246,120

4) Girls Trip $31,201,920

Total: $128,152,360

LG:

1) Power Rangers $40,300,288

2) How to be a Latin Lover $12,252,439

3) American Assassin $14,846,778

4) Wonder $27,547,866

Total: $94,947,371

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Baby Driver $20,553,320

2) The Emoji Movie $24,531,923

3) Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $36,169,328

Total: $81,275,968

Fox:

1) Snatched $19,542,248

2) Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie $23,851,539

3) The Mountain Between Us $10,551,336

4) Ferdinand $13,401,586

Total: $67,346,709

Par:

1) xXx: The Return of Xander Cage $20,130,142

2) Rings $13,002,632

3) Daddy's Home 2 $29,651,193

Total: $62,783,967

SFX:

A Bad Moms Christmas $16,759,161

WB:

Geostorm $13,707,376

Total: $13,707,376

ORF:

Home Again $8,567,881

Total: $8,567,881

Winner/Loser: Universal

39. Movie 43 (2013)

R | 94 min | Comedy

18 Metascore

A series of interconnected short films follows a washed-up producer as he pitches insane story lines featuring some of the biggest stars in Hollywood.

Directors: Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Rusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, Peter Farrelly, Patrik Forsberg, Will Graham, James Gunn, Brett Ratner, Jonathan van Tulleken, Bob Odenkirk | Stars: Emma Stone, Stephen Merchant, Richard Gere, Liev Schreiber

Votes: 93,925 | Gross: $8.83M

WB:

(2010) $178,936,361 (8)

(2011) $68,597,432 (3)

(2012) $201,498,169 (8)

(2013) $118,175,779 (3)

(2014) $74,584,701 (3)

(2015) $170,283,768 (8)

(2016) $115,616,928 (4)

(2017) $13,707,376 (1)

(2018) $157,802,866 (7)

(2019) $74,634,965 (2)

Total: $1,212,854,442 (47)

Col/TriS/Sony:

(2010) $151,330,451 (6)

(2011) $132,597,939 (6)

(2012) $57,517,044 (3)

(2013) $135,438,587 (5)

(2014) $70,174,665 (3)

(2015) $79,774,746 (4)

(2016) $109,345,037 (4)

(2017) $81,275,968 (3)

(2018) $64,533,535 (2)

(2019) $70,175,244 (3)

Total: $947,592,789 (38)

Fox:

(2010) $119,310,672 (6)

(2011) $33,096,179 (2)

(2012) $86,842,380 (3)

(2013) $39,115,043 (1)

(2014) $189,136,077 (6)

(2015) $120,392,300 (4)

(2016) $87,621,086 (2)

(2017) $67,346,709 (4)

(2018) $16,853,422 (1)

Total: $759,713,868 (30)

Uni:

(2010) $99,419,870 (4)

(2011) $120,974,538 (7)

(2012) $87,221,625 (3)

(2013) $30,107,555 (1)

(2014) $66,090,070 (3)

(2015) $56,630,990 (3)

(2016) $111,860,116 (5)

(2017) $128,152,360 (4)

(2018) $29,581,355 (1)

(2019) $15,405,455 (1)

Total: $745,319,703 (33)

Par:

(2010) $88,683,301 (3)

(2011) $92,726,469 (3)

(2012) $40,110,722 (2)

(2013) $92,644,259 (2)

(2014) $95,654,234 (3)

(2015) $47,050,455 (2)

(2016) $64,490,131 (3)

(2017) $62,783,967 (3)

(2019) $58,588,508 (3)

Total: $547,077,812 (23)

BV:

(2010) $48,767,052 (1)

(2011) $74,733,509 (3)

(2012) $64,619,866 (3)

(2014) $48,057,049 (2)

(2015) $129,595,489 (2)

(2016) $26,858,726 (1)

(2018) $101,584,360 (4)

(2019) $32,828,348 (1)

Total: $527,044,399 (17)

LG:

(2010) $71,417,558 (3)

(2011) $39,880,771 (2)

(2012) $15,583,924 (1)

(2013) $42,517,996 (2)

(2014) $14,415,922 (1)

(2016) $72,950,852 (4)

(2017) $94,947,371 (4)

(2018) $31,881,808 (2)

(2019) $47,977,678 (2)

Total: $431,543,880 (20)

Mira./Dim/Wein.:

(2011) $18,692,090 (1)

(2012) $40,124,870 (2)

(2013) $14,157,367 (1)

Total: $72,974,327 (4)

MGM/UA:

(2018) $35,574,710

(2019) $14,094,594

Total: $49,669,304

Rela.

(2012) $12,287,234 (1)

(2013) $14,034,764 (1)

(2014) $12,242,218 (1)

Total: $38,564,216 (3)

ORF:

(2013) $18,101,682 (1)

(2014) $10,441,000 (1)

(2017) $8,567,881 (1)

Total: $37,110,563 (3)

CBS:

(2010) $12,201,710 (1)

(2012) $20,874,072 (1)

Total: $33,075,782 (2)

STX:

(2017) $16,759,161 (1)

(2018) $13,423,255 (1)

Total: $30,518,322 (1)

Overture Films

(2010) $13,350,299 (1)

Total: $13,350,299 (1)

Winning/losing: Warner Bros.

40. Loser (2000)

PG-13 | 98 min | Comedy, Romance

35 Metascore

A college student, branded a loser by his roommates and booted from the dorm, falls in love with a coed who has eyes for their condescending professor.

Director: Amy Heckerling | Stars: Jason Biggs, Mena Suvari, Zak Orth, Thomas Sadoski

Votes: 25,461 | Gross: $15.62M

All time

Col/TriS/Sony $2,121,713,024

WB $2,102,540,476

Uni $1,703,206,116

Fox $1,633,480,364

BV $1,485,050,782

Par $1,231,806,224

LG $604,788,617

MGM/UA $352,907,858

NL $337,426,853

Mira./Dim/Wein. $206,403,834

DW $202,329,946

Ori $59,874,312

Rela $38,564,216

ORF: $37,110,563

Overture Films $34,389,801

CBS $33,075,782

STX $30,518,322

Artisan $19,846,405

New World $9,508,049

USA Films $7,145,950

Atlantic $6,120,348

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group $5,438,978

Savoy $5,401,743

Galaxy International $5,093,428

New Century $4,258,063

Can. $3,388,907

Embassy $2,815,503

Jensen Farley $2,408,000

41. Insidious: The Last Key (2018)

PG-13 | 103 min | Horror, Mystery, Thriller

49 Metascore

Parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet, as she is drawn back to her ghostly childhood home, where the terror began.

Director: Adam Robitel | Stars: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Kirk Acevedo

Votes: 43,884 | Gross: $67.35M

WB:

1) 12 Strong $15,815,025

2) Game Night $17,005,332

3) Tomb Raider $23,633,317

4) Life of the Party $17,886,075

5) Smallfoot $23,045,635

6) A Star is Born $42,908,051

7) The Mule $17,509,431

Total: $157,802,866

BV:

1) A Wrinkle in Time $33,123,609

2) Disney's Christopher Robin $24,585,139

3) The Nutcracker and the Four Realms $20,352,491

4) Mary Poppins Returns $23,523,121

Total: $101,584,360

Uni:

1) Insidious: The Last Key $29,581,355

2) Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again $34,952,180

Total: $64,533,535

MGM/UA:

Creed II $35,574,710

Total: $35,574,710

LG:

1) Tyler Perry's Acrimony $17,170,707

2) Overboard $14,711,101

Total: $31,881,808

Col/TriS/Sony:

Peter Rabbit $25,010,928

Total: $25,010,928

Fox:

Red Sparrow $16,853,422

Total: $16,853,422

STX:

Peppermint $13,423,255

Total: $13,423,255

Winner: Warner Bros.

42. Escape Room (I) (2019)

PG-13 | 99 min | Action, Adventure, Horror

48 Metascore

Six strangers find themselves in a maze of deadly mystery rooms and must use their wits to survive.

Director: Adam Robitel | Stars: Taylor Russell, Logan Miller, Jay Ellis, Tyler Labine

Votes: 52,701 | Gross: $57.01M

WB:

1) Pokemon Detective Pikachu $54,365,242

2) Annabelle Comes Home $20,269,723

Total: $74,634,965

Col/TriS/Sony:

1) Escape Room $18,238,172

2) The Intruder $10,855,054

3) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $41,082,018

Total: $70,175,244

Par:

1) What Men Want $18,232,087

2) Wonder Park $15,853,646

3) Pet Sematary $24,502,775

Total: $58,588,508

LG/Sum:

1) Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral $27,062,332

2) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $20,915,346

Total: $47,977,678

BV:

*Dark Phoenix $32,828,348

Total: $32,828,348

Uni:

Little $15,405,455

Total: $15,405,455

MGM/UA

Child's Play $14,094,594

Total: $14,094,594

Winning/Losing so far: Warner Bros.

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