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Genres

Terrorism

1977-Present



RowRankTitle (click to view)StudioOpening% of
Total
Theaters / Avg.Total
Gross
Release
Date
1 28 Invasion U.S.A. Cannon Films $6,891,609 39.3% 1,735 $3,972 $17,536,256 9/27/85
2 29 The Delta Force Cannon Films $5,959,505 33.5% 1,720 $3,464 $17,768,900 2/14/86
3 16 The Peacemaker DreamWorks $12,311,939 29.8% 2,362 $5,212 $41,263,140 9/26/97
4 34 The Soldier Embassy $2,025,614 32.0% 488 $4,150 $6,328,816 8/13/82
5 3 Olympus Has Fallen FilmDistrict $30,373,794 30.7% 3,098 $9,804 $98,925,640 3/22/13
6 47 Romero Four Seasons $10,189 0.8% 2 $5,094 $1,316,495 8/25/89
7 5 True Lies Fox $25,869,770 17.7% 2,368 $10,924 $146,282,411 7/15/94
8 15 The Siege Fox $13,931,285 34.0% 2,541 $5,482 $40,981,289 11/6/98
9 21 Fight Club Fox $11,035,485 29.8% 1,963 $5,621 $37,030,102 10/15/99
10 43 Time of Favor Kino $19,473 14.2% 5 $3,894 $137,340 1/18/02
11 48 Savior Lions Gate $3,898 27.2% 2 $1,949 $14,328 11/20/98
12 46 Shadow Dancer Magnolia $10,672 10.6% 2 $5,336 $100,616 5/31/13
13 23 Blown Away MGM $10,424,873 34.6% 1,862 $5,598 $30,156,002 7/1/94
14 39 The Final Option MGM $750,259 28.1% 338 $2,219 $2,666,873 9/16/83
15 42 Four Days in September Miramax $32,017 8.1% 6 $5,336 $397,517 1/30/98
16 36 Death Before Dishonor New World $1,847,950 40.6% 776 $2,381 $4,546,244 2/20/87
17 25 Traitor Overture Films $7,868,465 33.4% 2,054 $3,831 $23,530,831 8/27/08
18 2 The Sum of All Fears Paramount $31,178,526 26.2% 3,183 $9,795 $118,907,036 5/31/02
19 9 World Trade Center Paramount $18,730,762 26.7% 2,957 $6,334 $70,278,893 8/9/06
20 10 Patriot Games Paramount $18,511,191 22.2% 2,365 $7,827 $83,351,587 6/5/92
21 17 Team America: World Police Paramount $12,120,358 37.0% 2,539 $4,773 $32,786,074 10/15/04
22 44 The Terrorist Phaedra $13,734 8.9% 1 $13,734 $153,629 1/14/00
23 37 A Prayer for the Dying Samuel Goldwyn $881,793 61.5% 407 $2,166 $1,432,687 9/11/87
24 1 Air Force One Sony / Columbia $37,132,505 21.5% 2,919 $12,720 $172,956,409 7/25/97
25 6 Captain Phillips Sony / Columbia $25,718,314 24.0% 3,020 $8,516 $107,100,855 10/11/13
26 7 White House Down Sony / Columbia $24,852,258 34.0% 3,222 $7,713 $73,103,784 6/28/13
27 14 The Devil's Own Sony / Columbia $14,274,503 33.3% 2,504 $5,700 $42,868,348 3/28/97
28 27 Arlington Road Sony / Columbia $7,515,145 30.4% 1,631 $4,607 $24,756,177 7/9/99
29 45 Cavite Truly Indie $12,726 18.2% 2 $6,363 $70,071 5/26/06
30 4 Non-Stop Universal $28,875,635 31.3% 3,090 $9,345 $92,168,600 2/28/14
31 8 Spy Game Universal $21,689,125 34.8% 2,770 $7,830 $62,362,560 11/21/01
32 12 The Kingdom Universal $17,135,055 36.0% 2,793 $6,135 $47,536,778 9/28/07
33 20 United 93 Universal $11,478,360 36.5% 1,795 $6,394 $31,483,450 4/28/06
34 26 Munich Universal $7,566,075 16.0% 1,485 $5,095 $47,403,685 1/6/06
35 30 Sudden Death Universal $4,782,445 23.5% 1,681 $2,845 $20,350,171 12/22/95
36 32 Nighthawks Universal $2,525,360 16.9% 659 $3,832 $14,905,359 4/10/81
37 35 In the Name of the Father Universal $1,960,175 7.8% 669 $2,930 $25,096,862 2/25/94
38 38 Ffolkes Universal $805,511 26.9% 398 $2,023 $2,993,772 4/18/80
39 40 Bulletproof (1988) Universal $421,302 52.1% 268 $1,572 $807,947 5/13/88
40 41 The Boxer Universal $86,097 1.4% 3 $28,699 $5,980,578 12/31/97
41 11 Swordfish Warner Bros. $18,145,632 26.0% 2,678 $6,775 $69,772,969 6/8/01
42 13 Collateral Damage Warner Bros. $15,058,432 37.6% 2,824 $5,332 $40,077,257 2/8/02
43 18 Executive Decision Warner Bros. $12,069,780 21.3% 2,232 $5,407 $56,569,216 3/15/96
44 19 Syriana Warner Bros. $11,737,143 23.1% 1,752 $6,699 $50,824,620 12/9/05
45 22 Passenger 57 Warner Bros. $10,513,925 23.9% 1,734 $6,063 $44,065,653 11/6/92
46 24 Proof of Life Warner Bros. $10,207,869 31.3% 2,705 $3,773 $32,598,931 12/8/00
47 31 The Little Drummer Girl Warner Bros. $2,632,719 33.6% 820 $3,210 $7,828,841 10/19/84
48 33 Michael Collins Warner Bros. $2,409,761 21.7% 748 $3,221 $11,092,559 10/25/96
AVERAGE
(Wide Releases Only, 35 titles):
$14,152,44926.9%2,150$6,583$52,521,928-

Note: Only movies with opening weekend grosses are listed on this chart.


NOTE: Movies such as Die Hard, Under Siege, Speed and The Rock are not being counted as their villains for the most part are about getting money or are disgruntled former employees. For it to be a ""Terrorist"" movie, the central action has to occur to promote a cause or for destruction's sake. If there are any movies that you think should be on this list, e-mail us at mail@boxofficemojo.com.