All Time Box Office


DOMESTIC GROSSES
Viewing Chart as of Dec. 2, 2003

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

Data as of: or ( / / )
RowRankTitle(click to view)StudioLifetime GrossYear^
301 401 We Were Soldiers Paramount $78,122,718 2002
302 414 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Paramount $76,507,756 2000
303 415 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Paramount $76,471,046 1984
304 417 The Untouchables Paramount $76,270,454 1987
305 424 Star Trek: Generations Paramount $75,671,125 1994
306 425 Braveheart Paramount $75,609,945 1995
307 431 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Paramount $74,888,996 1991
308 436 Along Came a Spider Paramount $74,078,174 2001
309 460 The Score Paramount $71,107,711 2001
310 470 Shaft Paramount $70,334,258 2000
311 472 Star Trek: Insurrection Paramount $70,187,658 1998
312 474 Ferris Bueller's Day Off Paramount $70,136,369 1986
313 476 Boomerang Paramount $70,052,444 1992
314 491 Witness Paramount $68,706,993 1985
315 269 Bambi RKO $102,247,150 1942^
316 122 XXX Sony (Revolution) $142,109,382 2002
317 142 Anger Management Sony (Revolution) $135,645,823 2003
318 233 Black Hawk Down Sony (Revolution) $108,638,745 2001
319 259 Daddy Day Care Sony (Revolution) $104,297,061 2003
320 306 Maid in Manhattan Sony (Revolution) $94,011,225 2002
321 307 America's Sweethearts Sony (Revolution) $93,607,673 2001
322 5 Spider-Man Sony / Columbia $403,706,375 2002
323 27 Men in Black Sony / Columbia $250,690,539 1997
324 56 Men in Black II Sony / Columbia $190,418,803 2002
325 79 Air Force One Sony / Columbia $172,956,409 1997
326 91 Big Daddy Sony / Columbia $163,479,795 1999
327 105 Jerry Maguire Sony / Columbia $153,952,592 1996
328 112 As Good as It Gets Sony / Columbia $148,478,011 1997
329 131 Stuart Little Sony / Columbia $140,035,367 1999
330 134 Bad Boys II Sony / Columbia $138,608,444 2003
331 140 Godzilla Sony / Columbia $136,314,294 1998
332 169 My Best Friend's Wedding Sony / Columbia $127,120,029 1997
333 173 Mr. Deeds Sony / Columbia $126,293,452 2002
334 176 Charlie's Angels Sony / Columbia $125,305,545 2000
335 196 Total Recall Sony / Columbia $119,394,840 1990^
336 204 S.W.A.T. Sony / Columbia $116,899,421 2003
337 216 The Patriot Sony / Columbia $113,330,342 2000
338 240 A League of Their Own Sony / Columbia $107,533,928 1992
339 281 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Sony / Columbia $100,830,111 2003
340 286 Jumanji Sony / Columbia $100,475,249 1995
341 298 Panic Room Sony / Columbia $96,397,334 2002
342 305 The Mask of Zorro Sony / Columbia $94,095,523 1998
343 321 Stepmom Sony / Columbia $91,137,662 1998
344 442 Hollow Man Sony / Columbia $73,209,340 2000
345 443 I Know What You Did Last Summer Sony / Columbia $72,586,134 1997
346 487 Vertical Limit Sony / Columbia $69,243,859 2000
347 493 Blue Streak Sony / Columbia $68,518,533 1999
348 164 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sony Classics $128,078,872 2000
349 49 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriStar $204,843,345 1991
350 110 Rambo: First Blood Part II TriStar $150,415,432 1985
351 130 Look Who's Talking TriStar $140,088,813 1989
352 172 Sleepless in Seattle TriStar $126,680,884 1993
353 194 Hook TriStar $119,654,823 1991
354 200 Basic Instinct TriStar $117,727,224 1992
355 356 Cliffhanger TriStar $84,049,211 1993
356 358 Steel Magnolias TriStar $83,759,091 1989
357 407 Philadelphia TriStar $77,446,440 1993
358 165 Rocky IV United Artists $127,873,716 1985
359 178 Rocky III United Artists $125,049,125 1982^
360 203 Rocky United Artists $117,235,147 1976
361 231 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest United Artists $108,981,275 1975
362 350 Rocky II United Artists $85,182,160 1979
363 3 E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Universal $435,110,554 1982^
364 6 Jurassic Park Universal $357,067,947 1993^
365 23 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Universal $260,044,825 2000
366 24 Jaws Universal $260,000,000 1975
367 29 Bruce Almighty Universal $242,802,175 2003
368 37 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Universal $229,086,679 1997
369 47 Back to the Future Universal $210,609,762 1985
370 50 The Mummy Returns Universal $202,019,785 2001
371 66 Liar Liar Universal $181,410,615 1997
372 67 Jurassic Park III Universal $181,171,875 2001
373 77 Apollo 13 Universal $173,793,140 1995^
374 84 A Beautiful Mind Universal $170,742,341 2001
375 87 Meet the Parents Universal $166,244,045 2000
376 102 The Sting Universal $156,000,000 1973
377 104 The Mummy Universal $155,385,488 1999
378 116 American Pie 2 Universal $145,103,595 2001
379 120 The Fast and the Furious Universal $144,533,925 2001
380 124 National Lampoon's Animal House Universal $141,600,000 1978^
381 144 Patch Adams Universal $135,026,902 1998
382 150 Hulk Universal $132,177,234 2003
383 156 The Flintstones Universal $130,531,208 1994
384 162 The Nutty Professor (1996) Universal $128,814,019 1996
385 168 2 Fast 2 Furious Universal $127,154,901 2003
386 171 Smokey and the Bandit Universal $126,737,428 1977
387 175 Erin Brockovich Universal $125,595,205 2000
388 183 The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Universal $123,309,890 2000
389 188 The Bourne Identity Universal $121,661,683 2002
390 192 Seabiscuit Universal $120,160,675 2003
391 197 On Golden Pond Universal $119,285,432 1981
392 199 Back to the Future Part II Universal $118,450,002 1989
393 205 8 Mile Universal $116,750,901 2002
394 207 Notting Hill Universal $116,089,678 1999
395 212 American Graffiti Universal $115,000,000 1973
396 222 Twins Universal $111,938,388 1988
397 257 American Wedding Universal $104,565,114 2003
398 264 American Pie Universal $102,561,004 1999
399 285 Airport Universal $100,489,151 1970
400 287 Casper Universal $100,328,194 1995

#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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