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Current US Top 10 Box Office

Weekend Gross as of July 15, 2001

1 Legally Blonde $20,350,000
2 Score $19,000,000

3 Cats & Dogs $12,000,000
4 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within $11,500,000
5 Scary Movie 2 $9,500,000
6 The Fast and the Furious $7,800,000
7 Dr. Dolittle 2 $7,000,000
8 Kiss of the Dragon $5,817,000
9 A.I.: Artificial Intelligence $5,125,000
10 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider $4,000,000

Note: Shrek, Baby Boy, and Atlantis are out of the Top 10, Pearl Harbor too (2 weeks ago).
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  • SPIELBERG FILM SLIDES

    The relatively unheralded film will thus outperform ``A.I. Artificial Intelligence,'' which Warner Bros. produced with Spielberg's DreamWorks studio. After opening at No. 1 two weeks ago, and then falling to No. 3, it now ranks at No. 9 with $5.1 million and a 17-day total of $70 million. It lost 63 percent of its audience from last weekend, once again suffering the steepest fall in the top 10. Fellman predicted it would reach $80 million. It reportedly cost about $100 million to produce.
  • can't wait for cats & dogs!
  • MEMMEM PExer
    Originally posted by krove
    SPIELBERG FILM SLIDES

    The relatively unheralded film will thus outperform ``A.I. Artificial Intelligence,'' which Warner Bros. produced with Spielberg's DreamWorks studio. After opening at No. 1 two weeks ago, and then falling to No. 3, it now ranks at No. 9 with $5.1 million and a 17-day total of $70 million. It lost 63 percent of its audience from last weekend, once again suffering the steepest fall in the top 10. Fellman predicted it would reach $80 million. It reportedly cost about $100 million to produce.

    Correction: A.I.'s budget is $90 Million. It has already grossed $93.6 Million Worldwide.

    Here are the movies from 11-20 as of July 15, 2001

    11 Shrek $3,603,843
    12 Atlantis: The Lost Empire $2,582,689

    13 Baby Boy $2,108,663
    14 Pearl Harbor $1,968,363
    15 crazy/beautiful $1,183,282
    16 Swordfish $1,005,155
    17 Moulin Rouge $753,303
    18 Sexy Beast $503,863
    19 The Mummy Returns $459,575
    20 Memento $321,596

    By the way, The Mummy Returns is now the 37th Top Grossing Film of All Time (Worldwide) with a gross of $396.4 Million!!!

    While Pearl harbor is now the 78th Top Grossing Film of All Time with a gross of $319.1 Million!!!
  • MEMMEM PExer
    The Mummy Returns is now the 36th top grossing film of all time with a gross of $403.8 Million!

    Pearl Harbor is now the 63th top grossing film of all time with a gross of $341.4 Million!!!
  • anong correction? tama ang u.s. box office figure ko at that time, you moron. sa totoo lang, flop ang A.I. sa tate.

    it performed way below expectations.

    90 million ba ang budget ng ai? sa ibang sources, nakalista siya as 100 million eh.
    Originally posted by MEM


    Correction: A.I.'s budget is $90 Million. It has already grossed $93.6 Million Worldwide.

    Here are the movies from 11-20 as of July 15, 2001

    11 Shrek $3,603,843
    12 Atlantis: The Lost Empire $2,582,689

    13 Baby Boy $2,108,663
    14 Pearl Harbor $1,968,363
    15 crazy/beautiful $1,183,282
    16 Swordfish $1,005,155
    17 Moulin Rouge $753,303
    18 Sexy Beast $503,863
    19 The Mummy Returns $459,575
    20 Memento $321,596

    By the way, The Mummy Returns is now the 37th Top Grossing Film of All Time (Worldwide) with a gross of $396.4 Million!!!

    While Pearl harbor is now the 78th Top Grossing Film of All Time with a gross of $319.1 Million!!!
  • MEMMEM PExer
    Top 10 Box Office This 2001

    1) The Mummy Returns - $403.8 Million
    2) Pearl Harbor - $341.9 Million
    3) Hannibal - $332.5 Million
    4) Shrek - $296.2 Million
    5) Tomb Raider - $191 Million
    6) Bridget Jones's Diary - $125.9 Million
    7) The Fast And The Furious - $118.9 Million
    8) Spy Kids - $113.9 Million
    9) A.I. Artificial Intelligence - $108.9 Million
    10) Save The Last Dance - $91 Million

    By the way, The Mummy Returns have just surpassed The Mummy (Part 1) 's gross of $401.9 Million!
  • crybabymakicrybabymaki PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    hey mem....favor oh. if its not asking too much, you think you can post here the 100 best grossing films of all time???? please pretty please!!!



    :heart:
  • Jurassic Park 3 - estimated at $46M - 48M
    America's Sweetharts - estimated at $ 32M

    final estimate should be out in a few hours
  • ako na lang magpopost ng top 100 best grossing films worldwide
    here they are:

    Rank Title Total Box Office In IMDb
    Top 250
    1 Titanic (1997) $1,835,300,000
    2 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) $922,300,000
    3 Jurassic Park (1993) $919,700,000
    4 Independence Day (1996) $811,200,000
    5 Star Wars (1977) $797,900,000
    6 Lion King, The (1994) $767,700,000
    7 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) $704,800,000
    8 Forrest Gump (1994) $679,400,000
    9 Sixth Sense, The (1999) $661,500,000
    10 Lost World: Jurassic Park, The (1997) $614,300,000
    11 Men in Black (1997) $587,200,000
    12 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) $572,700,000
    13 Armageddon (1998) $554,600,000
    14 Mission: Impossible II (2000) $545,300,000
    15 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) $533,800,000
    16 Home Alone (1990) $533,700,000
    17 Ghost (1990) $517,600,000
    18 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) $516,800,000
    19 Aladdin (1992) $501,900,000
    20 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) $494,700,000
    21 Twister (1996) $494,700,000
    22 Toy Story 2 (1999) $485,700,000
    23 Saving Private Ryan (1998) $479,300,000
    24 Jaws (1975) $470,600,000
    25 Matrix, The (1999) $456,300,000
    26 Gladiator (2000) $456,200,000
    27 Mission: Impossible (1996) $452,500,000
    28 Pretty Woman (1990) $438,200,000
    29 Tarzan (1999) $435,200,000
    30 Dances with Wolves (1990) $424,200,000
    31 Cast Away (2000) $424,000,000
    32 Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) $423,100,000
    33 Mummy, The (1999) $413,300,000
    34 Batman (1989) $413,100,000
    35 Rain Man (1988) $412,800,000
    36 Bodyguard, The (1992) $410,900,000
    37 Mummy Returns, The (2001) $403,800,000
    38 Gone with the Wind (1939) $390,500,000
    39 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) $390,400,000
    40 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) $383,800,000
    41 Grease (1978) $379,800,000
    42 Godzilla (1998) $375,800,000
    43 What Women Want (2000) $370,800,000
    44 Fugitive, The (1993) $368,700,000
    45 True Lies (1994) $365,200,000
    46 Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) $365,000,000
    47 Notting Hill (1999) $363,000,000
    48 There's Something About Mary (1998) $360,000,000
    49 Flintstones, The (1994) $358,500,000
    50 Toy Story (1995) $358,100,000
    51 Bug's Life, A (1998) $357,900,000
    52 Exorcist, The (1973) $357,500,000
    53 Basic Instinct (1992) $352,700,000
    54 World Is Not Enough, The (1999) $352,000,000
    55 Beauty and the Beast (1991) $351,800,000
    56 GoldenEye (1995) $351,500,000
    57 Back to the Future (1985) $350,600,000
    58 Se7en (1995) $350,100,000
    59 Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) $349,100,000
    60 Deep Impact (1998) $348,600,000
    61 Dinosaur (2000) $347,800,000
    62 Pocahontas (1995) $347,100,000
    63 Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) $346,500,000
    64 Hannibal (2001) $344,900,000
    65 Top Gun (1986) $344,700,000
    66 How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) $340,400,000
    67 Pearl Harbor (2001) $336,700,000
    68 American Beauty (1999) $336,000,000
    69 Batman Forever (1995) $335,000,000
    70 Apollo 13 (1995) $334,100,000
    71 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) $333,000,000
    72 Back to the Future Part II (1989) $332,000,000
    73 Rock, The (1996) $330,500,000
    74 Crocodile Dundee (1986) $328,000,000
    75 Perfect Storm, The (2000) $325,700,000
    76 Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (1996) $325,500,000
    77 Shrek (2001) $323,800,000
    78 Schindler's List (1993) $321,200,000
    79 Mask, The (1994) $320,900,000
    80 Fatal Attraction (1987) $320,100,000
    81 Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) $319,700,000
    82 Beverly Hills Cop (1984) $316,300,000
    83 Air Force One (1997) $315,000,000
    84 As Good As It Gets (1997) $313,300,000
    85 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) $309,600,000
    86 Ransom (1996) $308,700,000
    87 Runaway Bride (1999) $307,900,000
    88 Liar Liar (1997) $306,300,000
    89 101 Dalmatians (1996) $304,200,000
    90 Mulan (1998) $303,500,000
    91 Hook (1991) $300,800,000
    92 Rocky IV (1985) $300,400,000
    93 Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) $300,400,000
    94 Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) $299,900,000
    95 Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) $299,900,000
    96 Stuart Little (1999) $297,600,000
    97 Look Who's Talking (1989) $297,000,000
    98 Meet the Parents (2000) $295,500,000
    99 X-Men (2000) $294,100,000
    100 Ghostbusters (1984) $291,600,000
  • DuDDuD PExer
    Originally posted by krove
    SPIELBERG FILM SLIDES

    The relatively unheralded film will thus outperform ``A.I. Artificial Intelligence,'' which Warner Bros. produced with Spielberg's DreamWorks studio. After opening at No. 1 two weeks ago, and then falling to No. 3, it now ranks at No. 9 with $5.1 million and a 17-day total of $70 million. It lost 63 percent of its audience from last weekend, once again suffering the steepest fall in the top 10. Fellman predicted it would reach $80 million. It reportedly cost about $100 million to produce.

    Mas kawawang Final Fantasy! It reportedly cost $120 million to make and it has only grossed less than $30 million domestically in the States. Looks like wala na tayong makikitang Final Fantasy movies in the near future!
  • MEMMEM PExer
    As of July 20-22, 2001

    North American Top 10 (Weekend Gross)

    1 Jurassic Park III - $50.3 Million
    2 America's Sweethearts - $31.0 Million
    3 Legally Blonde - $11.05 Million
    4 Score, The - $10.75 Million
    5 Cats & Dogs - $6.77 Million
    6 Fast and the Furious, The - $5.3 Million
    7 Scary Movie 2 - $4.4 Million
    8 Dr. Dolittle 2 - $4.351 Million
    9 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within - $3.5 Million
    10 Kiss of the Dragon - $2.862 Million

    Matindi talaga ang Jurassic Park!
  • Originally posted by DuD


    Mas kawawang Final Fantasy! It reportedly cost $120 million to make and it has only grossed less than $30 million domestically in the States. Looks like wala na tayong makikitang Final Fantasy movies in the near future!

    oo nga eh... sayang kasi mas maganda ang FF kaysa sa AI...
  • MEMMEM PExer
    July 23, 2001 (Gross of the Day)

    1 JURASSIC PARK 3 - $5,872,140
    2 AMERICAN'S SWEETHEARTS - $3,606,584
    3 LEGALLY BLONDE - $1,801,070
    4 SCORE, THE - $1,229,127
    5 CATS AND DOGS - $1,022,356
    6 FAST AND THE FURIOUS, THE - $819,595
    7 DOCTOR DOLITTLE 2 - $682,428
    8 SCARY MOVIE 2 - $674,368
    9 FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRIT WITHIN - $541,735
    10 KISS OF THE DRAGON - $400,496
    11 SHREK - $374,451
    12 A.I. - $303,033
    13 TOMB RAIDER - $284,670
    14 ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE - $220,698
    15 PEARL HARBOR - $154,594
    16 BABY BOY - $137,620
    17 MOULIN ROUGE - $71,244
    18 SEXY BEAST - $56,711
    19 CRAZY/BEAUTIFUL - $53,201
    20 SEXY BEAST - $48,673
  • It appears that "A.I." and "Final Fantasy" will shape up to be the biggest disappointments of the Summer.
  • MEMMEM PExer
    Originally posted by Lightspeed
    It appears that "A.I." and "Final Fantasy" will shape up to be the biggest disappointments of the Summer.

    Atlantis is also a disappointment despite na napakaganda yung film! :(
  • neth_rowneth_row PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    don't you think pearl harbor was also a disappointment? after its first week, pababa na ng pababa yung numbers niya....surprisingly, buti na lang respectable yung run niya sa japan kundi flop yan...
  • MEMMEM PExer
    Originally posted by neth_row
    don't you think pearl harbor was also a disappointment? after its first week, pababa na ng pababa yung numbers niya....surprisingly, buti na lang respectable yung run niya sa japan kundi flop yan...

    If you are going to compare Pearl harbor with Titanic, it would be a disappointment.

    But, compare it in OVERALL, Pearl harbor currently grossed $362.1 Million which is enough to be the 46th Top Grossing Film of All Time.

    By the way, The Mummy Returns is still the Top Grossing Film This year having a total gross so far of $404.3 Million enough for this film to be in the 36th Top Grossing Film of All Time!
  • MEMMEM PExer
    1 JURASSIC PARK 3 - $4,532,880
    2 AMERICAN'S SWEETHEARTS - $3,051,897
    3 LEGALLY BLONDE - $1,801,994
    4 CATS AND DOGS - $1,227,016
    5 SCORE, THE - $1,130,035
    6 DOCTOR DOLITTLE 2 - $961,953
    7 FAST AND THE FURIOUS, THE - $819,600
    8 SCARY MOVIE 2 - $614,350
    9 SHREK - $505,258
    10 FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRIT WITHIN - $481,238
  • crybabymakicrybabymaki PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Originally posted by KoLd_FuZ1oN
    ako na lang magpopost ng top 100 best grossing films worldwide

    'lamat po!!! hey update nyo naman tong list na to every now and then, kasi i want to know how pearl harbor is doing eh. thanks ulit.



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