Domestic 1989 Weekend 35

September 1-4, 1989 - Labor Day weekend (US)

Key:New This Week

RankLWRelease Gross%± LWTheatersChangeAverageTotal GrossWeeksDistributor
1-Uncle Buck$7,822,640-1,832-$4,270$34,726,816-Universal Pictures
2-Parenthood$7,499,084-1,390-$5,395$64,107,270-Universal Pictures
3-The Abyss$5,532,135-1,532-$3,611$40,726,991-Twentieth Century Fox
4-When Harry Met Sally...$4,849,364-1,149-$4,220$67,515,438-Columbia Pictures
5-Lethal Weapon 2$4,659,654-1,613-$2,888$131,302,932-Warner Bros.
6-Turner & Hooch$3,840,100-1,536-$2,500$57,160,330--
7-Batman$3,539,827-1,344-$2,633$238,559,567-Warner Bros.
8-Sex, Lies, and Videotape$3,416,823-347-$9,846$8,064,653-Miramax
9-Relentless$2,838,177-835-$3,399$2,838,1771New Line Cinema
10-Honey, I Shrunk the Kids$2,739,307-1,257-$2,179$119,076,248--
11-Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade$2,701,555-1,049-$2,575$189,539,802-Paramount Pictures
12-Casualties of War$2,326,728-1,482-$1,569$14,180,176-Columbia Pictures
13-The Package$2,183,130-460-$4,745$4,781,5251Orion Pictures
14-Dead Poets Society$1,370,827-721-$1,901$86,402,887--
15-Millennium$1,151,201-488-$2,359$3,399,6101Twentieth Century Fox
16-A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child$1,088,856-733-$1,485$19,133,255-New Line Cinema
17-Ghostbusters II$656,346-518-$1,267$110,000,794-Columbia Pictures
18-Shirley Valentine$245,422-8-$30,677$245,4221Paramount Pictures
19-Wired$220,000-540-$407$1,089,0001Taurus Entertainment Company
20-Weapons of the Spirit$18,580-1-$18,580$18,5801First Run