All Time Box Office


DOMESTIC GROSSES
Viewing Chart as of Jul. 1, 2012

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

Data as of: or ( / / )
RowRankTitle(click to view)StudioLifetime GrossYear^
1 268 The King's Speech Weinstein Company $138,797,449 2010^
2 360 Inglourious Basterds Weinstein Company $120,540,719 2009
3 221 Sex and the City Warner Bros. (New Line) $152,647,258 2008
4 363 Four Christmases Warner Bros. (New Line) $120,146,040 2008
5 385 Horrible Bosses Warner Bros. (New Line) $117,538,559 2011
6 486 Journey to the Center of the Earth Warner Bros. (New Line) $101,704,370 2008
7 4 The Dark Knight Warner Bros. $533,345,358 2008^
8 15 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Warner Bros. $381,011,219 2011
9 30 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Warner Bros. $317,575,550 2001
10 39 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Warner Bros. $301,959,197 2009
11 42 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Warner Bros. $295,983,305 2010
12 45 Inception Warner Bros. $292,576,195 2010
13 46 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Warner Bros. $292,004,738 2007
14 49 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Warner Bros. $290,013,036 2005
15 51 The Matrix Reloaded Warner Bros. $281,576,461 2003
16 54 The Hangover Warner Bros. $277,322,503 2009
17 56 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Warner Bros. $261,988,482 2002
18 61 I Am Legend Warner Bros. $256,393,010 2007
19 62 The Blind Side Warner Bros. $255,959,475 2009
20 64 The Hangover Part II Warner Bros. $254,464,305 2011
21 66 Batman Warner Bros. $251,188,924 1989
22 69 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Warner Bros. $249,541,069 2004
23 74 Twister Warner Bros. $241,721,524 1996
24 83 The Exorcist Warner Bros. $232,906,145 1973^
25 106 300 Warner Bros. $210,614,939 2007
26 111 Sherlock Holmes Warner Bros. $209,028,679 2009
27 112 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Warner Bros. $206,459,076 2005
28 115 Batman Begins Warner Bros. $205,343,774 2005^
29 120 Superman Returns Warner Bros. $200,081,192 2006
30 124 Happy Feet Warner Bros. $198,000,317 2006
31 135 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Warner Bros. $186,848,418 2011
32 140 Batman Forever Warner Bros. $184,031,112 1995
33 141 The Fugitive Warner Bros. $183,875,760 1993
34 142 Ocean's Eleven Warner Bros. $183,417,150 2001
35 145 The Polar Express Warner Bros. $182,704,446 2004^
36 146 The Perfect Storm Warner Bros. $182,618,434 2000
37 175 The Matrix Warner Bros. $171,479,930 1999
38 189 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Warner Bros. $165,493,908 1991
39 196 Clash of the Titans (2010) Warner Bros. $163,214,888 2010
40 197 Batman Returns Warner Bros. $162,831,698 1992
41 219 Scooby-Doo Warner Bros. $153,294,164 2002
42 220 Gremlins Warner Bros. $153,083,102 1984^
43 224 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Warner Bros. $150,371,112 2003
44 232 Gran Torino Warner Bros. $148,095,302 2008
45 233 Lethal Weapon 2 Warner Bros. $147,253,986 1989
46 244 Lethal Weapon 3 Warner Bros. $144,731,527 1992
47 266 The Matrix Revolutions Warner Bros. $139,313,948 2003
48 277 The Green Mile Warner Bros. $136,801,374 1999
49 289 Superman Warner Bros. $134,218,018 1978
50 292 Troy Warner Bros. $133,378,256 2004
51 296 The Departed Warner Bros. $132,384,315 2006
52 307 Lethal Weapon 4 Warner Bros. $130,444,603 1998
53 308 Get Smart Warner Bros. $130,319,208 2008
54 335 Ocean's Twelve Warner Bros. $125,544,280 2004
55 336 Terminator Salvation Warner Bros. $125,322,469 2009
56 352 The Bodyguard Warner Bros. $121,945,720 1992^
57 368 Blazing Saddles Warner Bros. $119,500,000 1974^
58 388 Ocean's Thirteen Warner Bros. $117,154,724 2007
59 392 Green Lantern Warner Bros. $116,601,172 2011
60 395 You've Got Mail Warner Bros. $115,821,495 1998
61 405 Wild Wild West Warner Bros. $113,804,681 1999
62 421 The Last Samurai Warner Bros. $111,127,263 2003
63 423 Valentine's Day Warner Bros. $110,485,654 2010
64 434 A Time to Kill Warner Bros. $108,766,007 1996
65 437 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls Warner Bros. $108,385,533 1995
66 439 Superman II Warner Bros. $108,185,706 1981
67 444 Watchmen Warner Bros. $107,509,799 2009
68 445 Batman and Robin Warner Bros. $107,325,195 1997
69 447 Analyze This Warner Bros. $106,885,658 1999
70 449 Miss Congeniality Warner Bros. $106,807,667 2000
71 451 Driving Miss Daisy Warner Bros. $106,593,296 1989
72 459 Interview with the Vampire Warner Bros. $105,264,608 1994
73 469 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Warner Bros. $103,860,290 2012
74 488 Maverick Warner Bros. $101,631,272 1994
75 494 Eraser Warner Bros. $101,295,562 1996
76 495 Unforgiven Warner Bros. $101,157,447 1992
77 500 Contact Warner Bros. $100,920,329 1997
78 344 Traffic USA Films $124,115,725 2000
79 8 E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Universal $435,110,554 1982^
80 20 Jurassic Park Universal $357,067,947 1993^
81 53 Meet the Fockers Universal $279,261,160 2004
82 58 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Universal $260,044,825 2000
83 59 Jaws Universal $260,000,000 1975
84 65 Despicable Me Universal $251,513,985 2010
85 73 Bruce Almighty Universal $242,829,261 2003
86 84 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Universal $229,086,679 1997
87 87 The Bourne Ultimatum Universal $227,471,070 2007
88 94 King Kong Universal $218,080,025 2005
89 105 Dr. Seuss' The Lorax Universal $213,218,330 2012
90 107 Back to the Future Universal $210,609,762 1985
91 108 Fast Five Universal $209,837,675 2011
92 117 The Mummy Returns Universal $202,019,785 2001
93 147 Liar Liar Universal $181,410,615 1997
94 148 Jurassic Park III Universal $181,171,875 2001
95 166 The Bourne Supremacy Universal $176,241,941 2004
96 168 Apollo 13 Universal $173,837,933 1995^
97 178 A Beautiful Mind Universal $170,742,341 2001
98 182 Bridesmaids Universal $169,106,725 2011
99 187 Meet the Parents Universal $166,244,045 2000
100 210 The Sting Universal $156,000,000 1973

#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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