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DOMESTIC GROSSES BY MPAA RATING


Note: This chart only shows the top 200 movies, regardless of sorting.
RowRankOR#Title (click to view)StudioAdjusted Gross*Year^
1 89 n/a 22 Jump Street Sony $188,915,400 2014
2 122 n/a Gone Girl Fox $165,643,400 2014
3 162 n/a Neighbors Uni. $146,483,600 2014
4 125 n/a The Heat Fox $165,229,900 2013
5 150 n/a We're the Millers WB $155,079,600 2013
6 157 n/a American Hustle Sony $151,198,500 2013
7 170 n/a The Conjuring WB $142,267,500 2013
8 178 n/a Identity Thief Uni. $137,556,200 2013
9 62 n/a Ted Uni. $228,378,100 2012
10 120 n/a Django Unchained Wein. $166,030,600 2012
11 175 n/a 21 Jump Street Sony $140,418,700 2012
12 177 n/a Argo WB $137,584,600 2012
13 187 n/a Silver Linings Playbook Wein. $134,762,600 2012
14 40 n/a The Hangover Part II WB $256,489,700 2011
15 115 n/a Bridesmaids Uni. $170,666,000 2011
16 167 n/a The King's Speech Wein. $139,640,600 2010^
17 198 n/a Shutter Island Par. $130,750,300 2010
18 26 n/a The Hangover WB $301,787,100 2009
19 197 n/a Inglourious Basterds Wein. $131,016,300 2009
20 110 n/a Sex and the City WB (NL) $172,631,700 2008
21 119 n/a Gran Torino WB $167,483,800 2008
22 139 n/a Slumdog Millionaire FoxS $159,821,400 2008
23 155 n/a Wanted Uni. $152,118,300 2008
24 47 n/a 300 WB $248,574,600 2007
25 107 n/a Knocked Up Uni. $175,581,900 2007
26 153 n/a American Gangster Uni. $153,553,500 2007
27 166 n/a Superbad Sony $143,354,900 2007
28 132 n/a The Departed WB $163,380,700 2006
29 140 n/a Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Fox $159,101,500 2006
30 37 n/a Wedding Crashers NL $265,079,300 2005
31 176 n/a The 40-Year-Old Virgin Uni. $138,647,100 2005
32 6 n/a The Passion of the Christ NM $484,159,400 2004^
33 108 n/a Troy WB $174,401,200 2004
34 148 n/a Fahrenheit 9/11 Lions $155,855,300 2004
35 196 n/a Collateral DW $132,071,900 2004
36 11 n/a The Matrix Reloaded WB $379,171,000 2003
37 75 n/a Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines WB $202,489,800 2003
38 90 n/a The Matrix Revolutions WB $187,534,800 2003
39 94 n/a Bad Boys II Sony $186,650,200 2003
40 160 n/a The Last Samurai WB $147,882,500 2003
41 173 n/a American Wedding Uni. $140,807,400 2003
42 135 n/a 8 Mile Uni. $163,048,000 2002
43 164 n/a Road to Perdition DW $145,985,000 2002
44 188 n/a Panic Room Sony $134,724,000 2002
45 55 n/a Hannibal MGM $236,846,100 2001
46 70 n/a American Pie 2 Uni. $208,169,800 2001
47 156 n/a Black Hawk Down SonR $151,832,500 2001
48 169 n/a Vanilla Sky Par. $142,661,900 2001
49 31 n/a Gladiator DW $282,690,000 2000
50 56 n/a Scary Movie Mira. $236,549,300 2000
51 88 n/a Erin Brockovich Uni. $189,208,400 2000
52 102 n/a Traffic USA $178,068,700 2000
53 114 n/a The Patriot Sony $170,731,400 2000
54 182 n/a Me, Myself and Irene Fox $136,444,600 2000
55 192 n/a Scream 3 Dim. $134,293,600 2000
56 35 n/a The Matrix WB $274,097,800 1999
57 66 n/a The Blair Witch Project Art. $224,641,200 1999
58 67 n/a The Green Mile WB $212,057,300 1999
59 76 n/a American Beauty DW $202,472,600 1999
60 97 n/a Double Jeopardy Par. $186,348,300 1999
61 113 n/a Analyze This WB $170,848,700 1999
62 127 n/a The General's Daughter Par. $164,167,600 1999
63 129 n/a American Pie Uni. $163,936,100 1999
64 138 n/a Sleepy Hollow Par. $160,655,400 1999
65 200 n/a Payback Par. $130,313,400 1999
66 12 n/a Saving Private Ryan DW $371,466,200 1998
67 25 n/a There's Something About Mary Fox $304,326,400 1998
68 64 n/a Lethal Weapon 4 WB $225,844,400 1998
69 86 n/a Enemy of the State BV $190,536,200 1998
70 137 n/a Shakespeare in Love Mira. $161,049,600 1998
71 22 n/a Air Force One Sony $305,902,100 1997
72 51 n/a Good Will Hunting Mira. $239,675,800 1997
73 79 n/a Face/Off Par. $198,623,600 1997
74 101 n/a Con Air BV $178,883,400 1997
75 103 n/a Scream 2 Dim. $177,833,800 1997
76 191 n/a Conspiracy Theory WB $134,418,400 1997
77 34 n/a Jerry Maguire Sony $275,504,000 1996
78 45 n/a Ransom BV $249,762,400 1996
79 48 n/a The Rock BV $246,299,700 1996
80 63 n/a The Birdcage MGM $227,912,100 1996
81 78 n/a A Time to Kill WB $199,814,500 1996
82 98 n/a Eraser WB $186,090,500 1996
83 99 n/a Scream Dim. $183,124,600 1996
84 174 n/a The English Patient Mira. $140,551,100 1996
85 93 n/a Die Hard: With A Vengeance Fox $186,690,000 1995
86 95 n/a Seven NL $186,444,500 1995
87 116 n/a Crimson Tide BV $170,589,400 1995
88 141 n/a Dangerous Minds BV $158,516,200 1995
89 172 n/a Braveheart Par. $140,884,400 1995
90 189 n/a Get Shorty MGM $134,589,700 1995
91 29 n/a True Lies Fox $284,165,800 1994
92 57 n/a Speed Fox $235,534,700 1994
93 73 n/a Pulp Fiction Mira. $206,140,100 1994
94 74 n/a Interview with the Vampire WB $204,036,300 1994
95 144 n/a Disclosure WB $157,993,900 1994
96 20 n/a The Firm Par. $310,577,000 1993
97 69 n/a Indecent Proposal Par. $209,107,800 1993
98 77 n/a In the Line of Fire Col. $200,675,400 1993
99 92 n/a Schindler's List Uni. $186,701,000 1993
100 126 n/a Cliffhanger TriS $164,850,200 1993
101 30 n/a Lethal Weapon 3 WB $283,185,500 1992
102 33 n/a A Few Good Men Col. $276,919,600 1992
103 53 n/a The Bodyguard WB $238,802,500 1992^
104 60 n/a Basic Instinct TriS $230,348,200 1992
105 80 n/a Unforgiven WB $198,050,900 1992
106 111 n/a The Hand That Rocks the Cradle BV $172,254,900 1992
107 131 n/a Under Siege WB $163,501,900 1992
108 134 n/a Patriot Games Par. $163,087,900 1992
109 136 n/a Bram Stoker's Dracula Col. $161,466,300 1992
110 159 n/a White Men Can't Jump Fox $149,200,200 1992
111 161 n/a The Last of the Mohicans Fox $147,736,700 1992
112 180 n/a Boomerang Par. $137,066,500 1992
113 10 n/a Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $395,089,800 1991
114 44 n/a The Silence of the Lambs Orion $252,169,200 1991
115 83 n/a Sleeping with the Enemy Fox $195,958,200 1991
116 154 n/a Cape Fear Uni. $153,202,300 1991
117 158 n/a Backdraft Uni. $150,188,300 1991
118 163 n/a The Prince of Tides Col. $146,331,400 1991
119 179 n/a JFK WB $137,473,300 1991
120 16 n/a Pretty Woman BV $342,472,600 1990
121 61 n/a Total Recall Sony $229,192,900 1990^
122 65 n/a Die Hard 2: Die Harder Fox $225,634,200 1990
123 121 n/a Presumed Innocent WB $165,669,500 1990
124 149 n/a Another 48 HRS. Par. $155,141,900 1990
125 27 n/a Lethal Weapon 2 WB $301,184,500 1989
126 87 n/a When Harry Met Sally... Col. $189,855,700 1989
127 112 n/a The War of the Roses Fox $170,987,500 1989
128 190 n/a Born on the Fourth of July Uni. $134,432,800 1989
129 14 n/a Rain Man MGM $351,528,600 1988
130 43 n/a Coming to America Par. $253,186,600 1988
131 128 n/a Die Hard Fox $163,998,000 1988
132 151 n/a Cocktail BV $154,542,300 1988
133 18 n/a Fatal Attraction Par. $322,207,700 1987
134 19 n/a Beverly Hills Cop II Par. $319,120,200 1987
135 49 n/a Good Morning, Vietnam BV $244,874,100 1987
136 142 n/a The Untouchables Par. $158,392,900 1987
137 183 n/a Stakeout BV $136,385,300 1987
138 185 n/a Lethal Weapon WB $135,417,400 1987
139 195 n/a The Witches of Eastwick WB $132,425,600 1987
140 28 n/a Platoon Orion $287,740,300 1986
141 96 n/a Aliens Fox $186,388,500 1986
142 146 n/a Ruthless People BV $156,763,900 1986
143 184 n/a Down and Out in Beverly Hills BV $135,991,900 1986
144 15 n/a Rambo: First Blood Part II TriS $344,048,800 1985
145 145 n/a Witness Par. $157,155,100 1985
146 3 n/a Beverly Hills Cop Par. $545,258,100 1984
147 82 n/a Police Academy WB $196,230,600 1984
148 124 n/a Purple Rain WB $165,283,000 1984
149 52 n/a Flashdance Par. $239,530,200 1983
150 58 n/a Trading Places Par. $233,043,500 1983
151 118 n/a Sudden Impact WB $168,964,700 1983
152 130 n/a Risky Business WB $163,796,600 1983
153 143 n/a National Lampoon's Vacation WB $158,274,400 1983
154 168 n/a The Big Chill Col. $142,682,300 1983^
155 13 n/a An Officer and a Gentleman Par. $354,493,700 1982
156 21 n/a Porky's Fox $291,360,200 1982^
157 71 n/a 48 HRS. Par. $207,027,600 1982
158 85 n/a The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Uni. $192,509,300 1982
159 171 n/a The Verdict Fox $141,289,600 1982
160 199 n/a First Blood Orion $130,397,600 1982
161 46 n/a Stripes Col. $249,140,900 1981
162 23 n/a Stir Crazy Col. $305,782,900 1980
163 68 n/a Private Benjamin WB $210,840,300 1980
164 104 n/a The Blue Lagoon Col. $177,653,200 1980
165 109 n/a The Blues Brothers Uni. $172,753,400 1980
166 123 n/a Ordinary People Par. $165,318,700 1980
167 194 n/a The Shining WB $132,870,300 1980^
168 32 n/a The Amityville Horror AIP $279,612,700 1979
169 39 n/a Alien Fox $255,391,400 1979^
170 38 n/a Apocalypse Now MGM $254,871,000 1979^
171 50 n/a 10 WB $242,194,400 1979
172 54 n/a The Jerk Uni. $238,396,100 1979
173 5 n/a National Lampoon's Animal House Uni. $416,726,500 1978^
174 117 n/a The Deer Hunter Uni. $169,962,500 1978
175 133 n/a Halloween CIP $163,094,000 1978
176 147 n/a The End UA $155,866,400 1978
177 152 n/a Up in Smoke Par. $153,947,700 1978
178 17 n/a Saturday Night Fever Par. $329,710,500 1977
179 186 n/a Semi-Tough UA $135,407,900 1977
180 24 n/a A Star Is Born (1976) WB $304,976,500 1976
181 36 n/a All the President's Men WB $269,141,800 1976
182 59 n/a The Omen Fox $232,251,000 1976
183 106 n/a The Enforcer WB $176,261,200 1976
184 7 n/a The Rocky Horror Picture Show Fox $447,163,700 1975
185 8 n/a One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest UA $435,925,100 1975
186 81 n/a Dog Day Afternoon WB $198,048,800 1975
187 84 n/a Shampoo Col. $195,702,800 1975
188 4 n/a Blazing Saddles WB $513,407,400 1974^
189 72 n/a The Godfather Part II Par. $206,442,700 1974
190 91 n/a The Longest Yard (1974) Par. $186,751,600 1974
191 193 n/a The Texas Chainsaw Massacre N/A $133,997,400 1974
192 1 n/a The Exorcist WB $838,053,500 1973^
193 100 n/a Magnum Force WB $182,438,500 1973
194 181 n/a Serpico Par. $136,709,600 1973
195 2 n/a The Godfather Par. $638,609,000 1972^
196 42 n/a The French Connection Fox $254,426,700 1971
197 105 n/a Dirty Harry WB $177,045,500 1971
198 165 n/a The Last Picture Show Col. $143,369,700 1971
199 9 n/a M.A.S.H. Fox $435,915,800 1970
200 41 n/a Midnight Cowboy UA $256,094,800 1969

CHART NOTES
# Shows the overall all time rank, includes multiple releases.
* Lifetime Gross includes multiple releases.
^ Indicates the movie made its gross over multiple releases.

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