Domestic 1986 Weekend 35

August 29-September 1, 1986 - Labor Day weekend (US)

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RankLWRelease Gross%± LWTheatersChangeAverageTotal GrossWeeksDistributor
1-Stand by Me$5,037,343-801-$6,288$11,932,227-Columbia Pictures
2-Top Gun$5,024,325-1,289-$3,897$131,345,236-Paramount Pictures
3-The Fly$4,198,506-1,171-$3,585$22,279,867-Twentieth Century Fox
4-The Karate Kid Part II$3,776,755-1,542-$2,449$98,948,459-Columbia Pictures
5-Aliens$3,586,256-1,249-$2,871$66,354,475-Twentieth Century Fox
6-Nothing in Common$3,492,620-951-$3,672$22,066,579-TriStar Pictures
7-Extremities$2,761,032-696-$3,967$6,645,0661Atlantic Releasing Corporation
8-Ruthless People$2,729,612-958-$2,849$59,165,825-Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
9-Born American$2,225,475-1,071-$2,077$2,225,4751-
10-Armed and Dangerous$1,813,353-1,123-$1,614$12,229,865-Columbia Pictures
11-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2$1,737,561-1,302-$1,334$5,710,5851Cannon Film Distributors
12-Back to School$1,695,517-804-$2,108$80,334,504-Orion Pictures
13-Bullies$1,532,605-1,005-$1,524$1,532,6051Universal Pictures
14-About Last Night$1,501,048-732-$2,050$32,514,330-TriStar Pictures
15-Ferris Bueller's Day Off$1,324,231-598-$2,214$60,799,403-Paramount Pictures
16-Flight of the Navigator$1,173,512-901-$1,302$15,676,622-Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
17-One Crazy Summer$827,005-561-$1,474$11,565,184-Warner Bros.
18-Shanghai Surprise$729,885-401-$1,820$729,8851Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
19-The Transformers: The Movie$367,574-613-$599$5,531,219-De Laurentiis Entertainment Group (DEG)
20-Howard the Duck$325,950-265-$1,230$14,964,638-Universal Pictures