Monsters, Inc.

In order to power the city, monsters have to scare children so that they scream. However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, 2 monsters realize things may not be what they think.

Domestic
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
DomesticNov 2, 2001$62,577,067$255,873,250
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustriaJan 31, 2002$442,822$2,458,505
BulgariaMar 29, 2002$7,722$86,736
Czech RepublicJan 31, 2002$40,647$294,637
FinlandFeb 15, 2002$276,968
FranceMar 20, 2002$17,783,870
GermanyJan 31, 2002$15,022,030
HungaryFeb 14, 2002$458,347
ItalyMar 15, 2002$7,163,541
NetherlandsFeb 7, 2002$1,950,063
NorwayFeb 8, 2002$3,107,280
South AfricaDec 7, 2001$565,993
SpainFeb 8, 2002$14,161,175
Latin America
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
BrazilDec 14, 2001$5,759,610
MexicoDec 14, 2001$20,162,275
Asia Pacific
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustraliaDec 26, 2001$12,989,361
JapanMar 2, 2002$4,471,902$74,437,612
New ZealandDec 13, 2001$1,011,785
TaiwanFeb 1, 2002$329,532$1,358,525