All Time Box Office


DOMESTIC GROSSES
Viewing Chart as of Jan. 27, 2008

#1–100 - #101–200 - #201–300 - #301–400 - #401–500

Data as of: or ( / / )
RowRankTitle(click to view)StudioLifetime GrossYear^
201 393 Legally Blonde MGM $96,520,674 2001
202 432 Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde MGM $90,186,328 2003
203 476 Apocalypse Now MGM $83,471,511 1979^
204 128 Chicago Miramax $170,687,518 2002
205 147 Scary Movie Miramax $157,019,771 2000
206 192 Good Will Hunting Miramax $138,433,435 1997
207 303 Spy Kids Miramax $112,719,001 2001
208 327 Pulp Fiction Miramax $107,928,762 1994
209 353 The Aviator Miramax $102,610,330 2004
210 382 Shakespeare in Love Miramax $100,317,794 1998
211 392 The Others Miramax $96,522,687 2001
212 398 Cold Mountain Miramax $95,636,509 2003
213 9 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King New Line $377,027,325 2003^
214 13 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers New Line $341,786,758 2002^
215 21 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring New Line $314,776,170 2001^
216 61 Rush Hour 2 New Line $226,164,286 2001
217 70 Austin Powers in Goldmember New Line $213,307,889 2002
218 73 Wedding Crashers New Line $209,255,921 2005
219 76 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me New Line $206,040,086 1999
220 120 Elf New Line $173,398,518 2003
221 180 Rush Hour New Line $141,186,864 1998
222 183 Rush Hour 3 New Line $140,125,968 2007
223 201 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Line $135,265,915 1990
224 231 Dumb and Dumber New Line $127,175,374 1994
225 266 The Mask New Line $119,938,730 1994
226 274 Hairspray (2007) New Line $118,871,849 2007
227 384 Seven New Line $100,125,643 1995
228 400 Michael New Line $95,318,203 1996
229 483 Monster-in-Law New Line $82,931,301 2005
230 486 Freddy Vs. Jason New Line $82,622,655 2003
231 491 Blade II New Line $82,348,319 2002
232 11 The Passion of the Christ Newmarket $370,782,930 2004^
233 97 Dances with Wolves Orion Pictures $184,208,848 1990
234 191 Platoon Orion Pictures $138,530,565 1986
235 216 The Silence of the Lambs Orion Pictures $130,742,922 1991
236 420 Back to School Orion Pictures $91,258,000 1986
237 1 Titanic Paramount $600,788,188 1997^
238 16 Forrest Gump Paramount $329,694,499 1994^
239 49 Raiders of the Lost Ark Paramount $242,374,454 1981^
240 53 Beverly Hills Cop Paramount $234,760,478 1984
241 55 War of the Worlds Paramount $234,280,354 2005
242 64 Ghost Paramount $217,631,306 1990
243 68 Mission: Impossible II Paramount $215,409,889 2000
244 87 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Paramount $197,171,806 1989
245 92 Grease Paramount $188,389,888 1978^
246 102 What Women Want Paramount $182,811,707 2000
247 106 Mission: Impossible Paramount $180,981,856 1996
248 108 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Paramount $179,870,271 1984
249 113 Top Gun Paramount $176,786,701 1986^
250 117 Crocodile Dundee Paramount $174,803,506 1986
251 144 The Firm Paramount $158,348,367 1993
252 145 The Longest Yard Paramount $158,119,460 2005
253 148 Fatal Attraction Paramount $156,645,693 1987
254 156 Beverly Hills Cop II Paramount $153,665,036 1987
255 159 Runaway Bride Paramount $152,257,509 1999
256 182 Deep Impact Paramount $140,464,664 1998
257 203 The Godfather Paramount $134,966,411 1972^
258 207 Mission: Impossible III Paramount $134,029,801 2006
259 215 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Paramount $131,168,070 2001
260 222 An Officer and a Gentleman Paramount $129,795,554 1982
261 227 Coming to America Paramount $128,152,301 1988
262 239 The Truman Show Paramount $125,618,201 1998
263 253 Clear and Present Danger Paramount $122,187,717 1994
264 254 The Hunt for Red October Paramount $122,012,643 1990
265 256 Wayne's World Paramount $121,697,323 1992
266 273 The Sum of All Fears Paramount $118,907,036 2002
267 276 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Paramount $118,634,549 2004
268 286 Double Jeopardy Paramount $116,741,558 1999
269 298 The Addams Family Paramount $113,502,426 1991
270 305 Face/Off Paramount $112,276,146 1997
271 317 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Paramount $109,713,132 1986
272 319 Crocodile Dundee II Paramount $109,306,210 1988
273 323 Terms of Endearment Paramount $108,423,489 1983
274 333 Indecent Proposal Paramount $106,614,059 1993
275 336 Love Story Paramount $106,397,186 1970
276 338 The Italian Job Paramount $106,128,601 2003
277 339 How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Paramount $105,813,373 2003
278 340 The First Wives Club Paramount $105,489,203 1996
279 352 The General's Daughter Paramount $102,705,852 1999
280 370 Sleepy Hollow Paramount $101,071,502 1999
281 375 Vanilla Sky Paramount $100,618,344 2001
282 376 The Rugrats Movie Paramount $100,494,675 1998
283 403 Saturday Night Fever Paramount $94,213,184 1977
284 413 Flashdance Paramount $92,921,203 1983
285 416 Star Trek: First Contact Paramount $92,027,888 1996
286 422 Save the Last Dance Paramount $91,057,006 2001
287 430 Trading Places Paramount $90,404,800 1983
288 438 Failure to Launch Paramount $88,715,192 2006
289 450 The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear Paramount $86,930,411 1991
290 455 Mean Girls Paramount $86,058,055 2004
291 458 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Paramount $85,417,988 2004
292 477 Airplane! Paramount $83,453,539 1980
293 478 Patriot Games Paramount $83,351,587 1992
294 482 Charlotte's Web (2006) Paramount $82,985,708 2006
295 485 Days of Thunder Paramount $82,670,733 1990
296 493 Star Trek: The Motion Picture Paramount $82,258,456 1979
297 495 Beowulf Paramount $82,161,969 2007
298 497 Heaven Can Wait (1978) Paramount $81,640,278 1978
299 500 Payback Paramount $81,526,121 1999
300 18 Shrek the Third Paramount (DreamWorks) $322,719,944 2007

#1–100 - #101–200 - #201–300 - #301–400 - #401–500


CHART NOTES
^ Indicates movie made its gross over multiple releases, e.g., E.T. was re-released in 1985 and a special edition was released in 2002. Clicking on these titles will display a breakdown of releases. Most of the pre-1980 movies listed on this chart had multiple, undocumented releases over the years.

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