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If Sniper does $50m or lower...then it's safe to assume MJ1 won't go down. 

 

hmmm, is it possible you wanted to post that at another thread?

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Yeah,  their chart is bugged.  It's gonna be a coupe weeks of boring charts until MJ1, Big Hero 6 and Hobbit 3 gets released. 

 

And then I'm looking forward the big summer blockbusters to have an effect on old titles - FF7, Avengers 2, Pitch Perfect 2, Ted 2 and Minions.

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To me it makes sense - to a degree.

 

I also think they scrambled up the title links.... but:

 

A lot of people decide to buy also the old version, if they liked a new adaptation. Especially if they like both version very much.

 

In this case a lot of the now-parents might want to show their children the old version too or only now realised / remembered to look out for the old version too.

 

I often buy both versions of a title to do comparisons, I know I am not the only one who does that....

 

In addition they might have released a new bundle / box / collectors whatever version too, I didn't check. How they calculate the splits for those...

 

Again, I think they scrambled up at least some of the numbers, but to a degree I can imagine that the old version got a bigger boost too - as in less then the chart implies.

 

Why are you defending thenumbers? 

 

It makes ZERO sense. Don't even need to try. It's obviously a mistake.

 

No film is going to drop 97% even on home video. It would be the first time ever that a release, not propped up by a discount/BlackFriday whatnot drops that amount. 

 

I find it kind of funny you are actually trying to justify it. Just email them and tell them they are wrong, because they are. 

 

Seriously, I've never seen anyone try to justify such an obvious mistake before. 

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Big HV sales almost always points to absured surge in business even with non sequels. Just by the director associating.

 

 

Avatar attracted millions of fans needed to finally sink Titan , not just because it was a breakthrough, but because James Cameron is god and the most influential director in history perhaps in breakthroughs and shaking up the world. :) Only man with the mighty domestic and WW record back to back  and in a massive way.. Also Frozen  dvd sales are monsterous and Frozen 2 will definitely be a billion dollar lock thanks to the song and all the hype and HV keeping that movie on kids and teens brains for quite some time.

 

MI4 is one of the greatest if not the greatest spie movie out there, it totally went beyond what we thought Tom and the character could be and is miles above the rest of the other films thanks to the incredible Brad Bird.

 

DVD sales were amongst the top of the year...So HV is stil driving BO, but its not as clean and dry as yesteryear.

 

 

 

Just love my Avatar is the first to have sales coming up there with the days of NEmo and others.. Hah hah. So much for the hopes that SWs 7 or Avengers can come close to taking Juggernaut 2017.

 

Your HV sales simply dont give your the power to win. Not to mention you dont got the might of Titanic, the Imagination and Wonder of Avatar... The all out brillance and breakthroughs of films like Aliens and T2 with the name James Cameron at the Helm.

 

 

:)....Drop off you say??! :) Home video sales for Avatar ,seems this film still matters :)

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Why are you defending thenumbers? 

 

It makes ZERO sense. Don't even need to try. It's obviously a mistake.

 

No film is going to drop 97% even on home video. It would be the first time ever that a release, not propped up by a discount/BlackFriday whatnot drops that amount. 

 

I find it kind of funny you are actually trying to justify it. Just email them and tell them they are wrong, because they are. 

 

Seriously, I've never seen anyone try to justify such an obvious mistake before. 

 

I think you and me are not speaking about the same details....

I speak about the possibility the old title got numbers sold, that might appear on a top something list, but not on a top-20 list

 

If the detail you mention here bothers you so much, why don't you mail to them?

 

Again I am wondering about your way to 'order' others.

 

I will mail to them when e.g.:

a complete list is shot

details are not correct after some time of their upload (all between a few months up to a few years is possible)

 

I will not mail to them now e.g. abot their too short international details for 2014 movies, as those tend to get later on an update by themselves anyway (btw, the same counts for BOM) => see sometimes I wait for literally years to give them a hint.

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I think you and me are not speaking about the same details....

I speak about the possibility the old title got numbers sold, that might appear on a top something list, but not on a top-20 list

 

If the detail you mention here bothers you so much, why don't you mail to them?

 

Again I am wondering about your way to 'order' others.

 

I will mail to them when e.g.:

a complete list is shot

details are not correct after some time of their upload (all between a few months up to a few years is possible)

 

I will not mail to them now e.g. abot their too short international details for 2014 movies, as those tend to get later on an update by themselves anyway (btw, the same counts for BOM) => see sometimes I wait for literally years to give them a hint.

 

I already emailed them. They haven't responded as expected.

 

I think they try to charge people for some of their data? Or they tried back then with the home video sales, so to make such an obvious error and fail to correct it for a week is pretty bad service. 

 

I don't know why you want to talk about that possibility. Of course it exists, but it is not TMNT's first week and anyway, I don't care about that possibility because compared to the obvious, it is irrelevant. Let me be clearer, it is like you trying to justify that the first week sales of the Equalizer would boost sales for other Denzel Washington movies, but because we don't know, they don't make the chart, and the increase is not that big, there is no point arguing as there is no way to tell whether you are correct or not. It is pointless.

 

In this situation, TMNT has not made the charts, it is an obvious error made by thenumbers in putting the wrong movie there. 

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Hint:

if you wrote to them like you sometimes formulate here, I wouldn't be astonished if they 'forgot' to answer.... (but they will probably answer, as already mentioned it is ususal for them, in a few weeks or months)

 

I highly doubt any ~ pro site will add consciously mistakes for getting people to use a paid service. In that case a restiction to how often someone can access them (I am aware about the possibilities to circumvent that) or a restriction access-free datas would make more sense, as mistakes will usually not get people to use a to-pay-for service ('anti-advertising). To assume this out of this situation sounds to me rather far fetched

 

For me it is not important if it is a tiny or big (possible) reason, to get a feel for the whole picture I try to be aware about all possible reasons.

How else to find a conclusion not based on prejudgments / cliches / uninformedness / part-pictures....? (Rhetoric question)

 

I never wanted to 'talk' about it, I only pointed out the possibility as it wasn't mentioned before.

Nothing more, nothing less. That there is something scrambled in their actual list no one here ever doubted.

 

 

=> for me this theme is of no further interest

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They overworked the list for sales till 4 January (see TMNT) and also updated not only the Blu-Ray sales till 11 January, but (atypical for them) also the DVD / combined sales till 11 January too

 

As the rankings for the previous week are still missing... maybe not finished again for now?

 

I'll post it anyway, so there is here a comparison to later chart details (see also the week till 4 January), to me interesting to see the changes they made

 

At first the Blu-Ray chart, as it includes the missing previous week rankings

 

United States Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 11, 2015

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
    Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Spending this Week Total Spending Weeks  
1 (-) The Equalizer 142,961 -79% 821,221 $3,478,241 $17,084,137 2 Buy
2 (-) Guardians of the Galaxy 74,877 -55% 3,752,312 $1,789,566 $78,901,029 5 Buy
3 new No Good Deed 68,135   68,135 $1,334,087 $1,334,087 1 Buy
4 new Boyhood 56,461   56,461 $1,234,238 $1,234,238 1 Buy
5 new Get on Up 50,868   50,868 $1,053,993 $1,053,993 1 Buy
6 (-) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 50,002 -53% 2,167,344 $1,742,071 $67,866,173 4 Buy
7 new Left Behind 46,621   46,621 $713,301 $713,301 1 Buy
8 (-) The Maze Runner 36,830 -65% 770,096 $820,195 $15,922,082 4 Buy
9 new Horns 28,336   28,336 $361,004 $361,004 1 Buy
10 (-) Taken 2 22,262 -17% 1,057,043 $306,769 $19,857,471 104 Buy
11 (-) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 21,178 -65% 1,342,882 $476,510 $23,938,728 6 Buy
12 (-) How to Train Your Dragon 2 20,569 -61% 2,273,736 $456,225 $44,750,967 9 Buy
13 (-) The Expendables 3 19,277 -52% 612,453 $404,236 $12,175,922 7 Buy
14 new Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? 19,167   19,167 $356,694 $356,694 1 Buy
15 (-) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 18,625 -55% 2,581,307 $397,270 $66,448,898 40 Buy
16 new Black Sails: The Complete First Season 15,671   15,671 $421,560 $421,560 1 Buy
17 (-) Frozen 15,484 -49% 7,460,592 $385,864 $158,682,212 43 Buy
18 new The Guest 15,058   15,058 $343,776 $343,776 1 Buy
19 (-) Maleficent 14,914 -56% 2,159,739 $367,772 $45,659,674 10 Buy
20 new Archer: The Complete Fifth Season 14,279   14,279 $399,668 $399,668 1 Buy

 

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And the combind list

United States Combined DVD and Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 11, 2015

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
Rank Title Units this Week Total Units Spending this Week Total Spending Weeks  
1 The Equalizer 310,268 1,617,190 $6,821,035 $31,359,363 2 Buy
2 Left Behind 247,805 247,805 $2,761,354 $2,761,354 1 Buy
3 No Good Deed 236,389 236,389 $4,152,341 $4,152,341 1 Buy
4 Guardians of the Galaxy 154,558 6,141,603 $2,981,594 $113,722,499 5 Buy
5 Get on Up 138,586 138,586 $2,553,094 $2,553,094 1 Buy
6 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 109,913 4,229,427 $2,759,959 $97,615,776 4 Buy
7 The Maze Runner 93,226 1,768,428 $1,917,097 $31,433,451 4 Buy
8 Boyhood 90,288 90,288 $1,841,771 $1,841,771 1 Buy
9 Frozen 85,542 18,691,519 $1,784,222 $348,084,801 43 Buy
10 Horns 80,630 80,630 $872,962 $872,962 1 Buy
11 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 59,198 2,709,740 $1,202,692 $43,876,690 6 Buy
12 How to Train Your Dragon 2 53,684 4,300,954 $1,051,964 $73,887,643 9 Buy
13 The Expendables 3 52,694 1,413,381 $930,888 $24,143,075 7 Buy
14 Taken 2 49,478 3,852,107 $515,788 $63,793,213 104 Buy
15 Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? 48,991 48,991 $812,106 $812,106 1 Buy
16 Archer: The Complete Fifth Season 45,684 45,684 $1,047,553 $1,047,553 1 Buy
17 Lone Survivor 45,385 3,287,429 $344,407 $51,438,743 32 Buy
18 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 43,783 4,988,525 $648,598 $101,939,650 40 Buy
19 Maleficent 40,096 4,065,880 $870,657 $77,383,626 10 Buy
20 The Guest 39,832 39,832 $909,119 $909,119 1 Buy
21 Black Sails: The Complete First Season 36,568 36,568 $963,419 $963,419 1 Buy
22 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 35,880 7,315,645 $451,318 $111,583,183 95 Buy
23 Home Alone Collection 31,688 334,394 $626,143 $6,348,930 223 Buy
24 This is Where I Leave You 27,146 97,559 $406,919 $1,462,712 4 Buy
25 The Wizard of Oz 26,847 7,313,882 $194,483 $94,371,403 929 Buy
26 The Land Before Time 26,817 1,080,943 $134,085 $5,554,412 986 Buy
27 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 24,979 6,431,404 $323,435 $114,010,648 45 Buy
28 Transformers: Age of Extinction 23,070 1,587,642 $322,519 $23,475,283 15 Buy
29 Pitch Perfect 23,040 6,410,001 $301,801 $101,113,783 108 Buy
30 The Lego Movie 22,283 5,213,405 $468,014 $116,463,893 30 Buy

 

 

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I don't know why you are making such a big deal out of it.

 

I was right, they made a mistake, but then, it was obvious. 

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Paramount Pictures Jan. 29 reported a 6% increase in fourth-quarter (ended Dec. 31, 2014) revenue to $720 million from revenue of $681 million during the previous-year period.

The revenue increase was driven in part by Paramount Home Media Distribution releases Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Hercules – the latter with Dwayne Johnson. Indeed, the unit posted a 16% year-over-year increase in revenue.

 

Notable fourth quarter box office release Interstellar from director Christopher Nolan, which garnered five technology-related Oscar nominations, has sold more than $671 million in ticket sales, including $186 million domestically.

Paramount lowered its operating loss 19% to $60 million from $74 million last year as quarterly revenue helped offset increases in film and distribution expense.

Analyst Michael Nathanson with MoffettNathanson, who had projected a $70 million operating loss for the studio, said the home entertainment result led to “easy compares” due to the fact there were no significant releases in the prior-year quarter.

Nathanson said parent Viacom has bigger concerns regarding declines in cable advertising and ratings.

“As we wrote in our quarter preview, it is clear that trends across TV [market] remain challenging,” the analyst wrote in a Jan. 29 note.

 

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/financial/paramount-ups-q4-home-entertainment-revenue-16-35118

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United States Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 18, 2015

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
 
    Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Spending this Week Total Spending Weeks  
1 new Gone Girl 341,614   341,614 $6,644,392 $6,644,392 1 Buy
2 new A Walk Among the Tombstones 124,402   124,402 $2,652,254 $2,652,254 1 Buy
3 (-) The Equalizer 58,419 -54% 715,605 $1,392,719 $15,135,198 3 Buy
4 (-) Guardians of the Galaxy 55,464 -17% 3,763,530 $1,384,393 $79,746,775 6 Buy
5 (-) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 27,599 -38% 2,166,299 $548,944 $42,365,779 5 Buy
6 (-) The Grand Budapest Hotel 26,492 +1,125% 187,812 $383,607 $3,207,109 31 Buy
7 (-) The Maze Runner 22,769 -31% 765,873 $409,607 $15,657,168 5 Buy
8 (-) Boyhood 19,776 -61% 70,039 $510,419 $1,622,233 2 Buy
9 (-) No Good Deed 19,380 -68% 80,035 $403,293 $1,602,451 2 Buy
10 new Scorpion King 4 Quest for Power 18,150   18,150 $419,627 $419,627 1 Buy
11 (-) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 14,686 -22% 1,252,547 $264,054 $22,194,606 7 Buy
12 (-) Get on Up 12,011 -73% 57,295 $296,435 $1,259,176 2 Buy
13 (-) The Expendables 3 11,782 -31% 565,560 $235,174 $11,263,312 8 Buy
14 (-) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 11,543 -30% 2,509,853 $246,215 $64,507,040 41 Buy
15 new Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Fifth Season 11,461   11,461 $457,988 $457,988 1 Buy
16 (-) Star Wars Trilogy 11,393 +123% 956,340 $463,232 $51,497,995 539 Buy
17 (-) Maleficent 11,318 -15% 2,106,468 $275,359 $44,320,598 11 Buy
- (-) Lord of the Rings - The Motion Picture Trilogy 11,293 +44% 2,712,280 $581,811 $159,514,855 527 Buy
18 (-) Left Behind 11,068 -73% 52,571 $165,914 $795,930 2 Buy
19 (-) How to Train Your Dragon 2 10,846 -41% 2,174,778 $193,822 $42,768,479 10 Buy

 

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No adjustment for the Blu-Ray sales list, probably in a few days, recogniseable at/with the missing last week's listing rank.

 

 

United States Combined DVD and Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 18, 2015

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
Rank Title Units this Week Total Units Spending this Week Total Spending Weeks  
1 Gone Girl 801,378 801,378 $13,619,012 $13,619,012 1 Buy
2 A Walk Among the Tombstones 290,832 290,832 $5,754,509 $5,754,509 1 Buy
3 The Equalizer 128,326 1,581,481 $2,788,063 $30,868,634 3 Buy
4 Guardians of the Galaxy 109,197 6,206,554 $2,188,239 $115,360,014 6 Buy
5 Left Behind 84,809 327,496 $1,026,471 $3,710,576 2 Buy
6 No Good Deed 69,926 298,835 $1,384,391 $5,469,105 2 Buy
7 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 64,261 4,265,044 $1,171,831 $72,817,451 5 Buy
8 The Maze Runner 62,433 1,803,869 $1,080,722 $31,822,283 5 Buy
9 Scorpion King 4 Quest for Power 61,998 61,998 $1,233,446 $1,233,446 1 Buy
10 Frozen 61,757 18,600,530 $1,282,870 $345,464,747 44 Buy
11 Boyhood 47,583 131,673 $1,012,335 $2,731,682 2 Buy
12 Get on Up 42,673 175,675 $907,222 $3,402,396 2 Buy
13 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 41,104 2,645,823 $769,959 $42,638,472 7 Buy
14 Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Fifth Season 35,874 35,874 $1,311,466 $1,311,466 1 Buy
15 Taken 2 34,929 3,883,683 $302,565 $64,052,501 105 Buy
16 The Expendables 3 34,798 1,389,504 $584,557 $23,589,544 8 Buy
17 How to Train Your Dragon 2 33,586 4,224,736 $559,026 $72,302,002 10 Buy
18 Horns 32,538 110,058 $353,208 $1,181,385 2 Buy
19 Maleficent 30,536 4,031,827 $648,765 $76,411,322 11 Buy
20 The Grand Budapest Hotel 29,448 415,570 $416,655 $6,426,595 31 Buy
21 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 28,311 4,933,839 $413,727 $100,165,305 41 Buy
22 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 22,739 7,423,516 $281,109 $114,113,435 96 Buy
23 Lone Survivor 22,489 3,068,952 $258,498 $47,499,892 33 Buy
24 Taken 19,668 6,093,978 $112,894 $89,867,287 297 Buy
25 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 19,501 6,410,255 $235,123 $113,676,862 46 Buy
26 The Lego Movie 19,130 5,057,264 $423,060 $110,752,493 31 Buy
27 Black Sails: The Complete First Season 17,714 38,611 $442,673 $975,337 2 Buy
28 Divergent 17,638 3,055,885 $350,523 $53,099,718 24 Buy
29 The Hunger Games 16,991 13,337,120 $165,856 $215,814,298 127 Buy
30 Tangled 16,971 11,383,957 $349,483 $205,650,474 199 Buy

 

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Aussie Home Entertainment Revenue Dropped 8% in 2014

 

Digital sales and rental grew 11% to $163.5 million — just 17% of spending on packaged media Consumer home entertainment spending in Australia fell 8% to $1.1 billion ($858 million U.S.) in 2014, from $1.2 billion ($936 million) in 2013,...        While sales of DVD and Blu-ray Disc content declined 10% to $951.3 million ($742 million), consumers spent nearly five times more on packaged media than digital. Digital sales and rental grew 11% to $163.5 million ($127 million), driven in part by a 26% uptick in digital movie sales......

 

Top AUS sellers were:

1. Frozen

2. Lego

3. Hobbit 2

4. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

5. Game of Thrones: Season 3

6. Guardians of the Galaxy

7. Thor: The Dark World

8. Gravity

9. How to Train Your Dragon 2

10.Transformers: Age of Extinction

 

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/financial/aussie-home-entertainment-revenue-dropped-8-2014-35142

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Finally an upwards comparison - for the Blu-Rays and as it was big enough, also for the combined sales

 

 

 

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And that is, what got bought in that week

 

Rank Title Studio Index*
1 Lucy Universal 100.00
2 The Boxtrolls Universal 39.94
3 Annabelle Warner 28.37
4 Gone Girl Fox 22.53
5 Guardians of the Galaxy Disney/Marvel 9.22
6 A Walk Among the Tombstones Universal 7.58
7 The Equalizer Sony Pictures 7.24
8 The Drop Fox 6.66
9 The Grand Budapest Hotel Fox 4.12
10 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Paramount 3.82
11 The Maze Runner Fox 3.66
12 Maleficent Disney 2.95
13 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Fox 2.76
14 How to Train Your Dragon 2 Fox/DreamWorks 2.48
15 X-Men: Days of Future Past Fox 2.06
16 Frozen Disney 1.95
17 The Expendables 3 Lionsgate 1.93
18 Taken 2 Fox 1.90
19 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Fox 1.89
20 Boyhood Paramount 1.87

 

 

 

The following week has this details

Top 20 Selling Blu-ray Discs for the Week Ended 02/01/15
 




Rank Title Studio Index*
1 Fury Sony Pictures 100.00
2 The Book of Life Fox 41.35
3 The Judge Warner 29.79
4 Lucy Universal 28.20
5 Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Warner 20.83
6 Gone Girl Fox 18.17
7 Downton Abbey: Season 5 PBS 16.17
8 The Boxtrolls Universal 14.29
9 The Equalizer Sony Pictures 11.16
10 Guardians of the Galaxy Disney/Marvel 9.05
11 Fury/Company of Heroes 2-Pack** Sony Pictures 6.93
12 The Grand Budapest Hotel Fox 5.75
13 Annabelle Warner 5.37
14 A Walk Among the Tombstones Universal 4.03
15 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Paramount 3.33
16 Maleficent Disney 3.29
17 The Maze Runner Fox 2.81
18 The Drop Fox 2.53
19 The Expendables 3 Lionsgate 2.43
20 Ghostbusters 1 & 2 Sony Pictures 2.29

 

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The-Numbers adjusted their charts till 18 January and released the new chart - to be adjusted in a week

 

United States Combined DVD and Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 25, 2015

← Previous Chart Chart Index  
Rank Title Units this Week Total Units Spending this Week Total Spending Weeks  
1 Lucy 791,459 791,459 $14,097,504 $14,097,504 1 Buy
2 The Boxtrolls 318,816 318,816 $7,820,011 $7,820,011 1 Buy
3 Annabelle 256,215 256,215 $4,694,565 $4,694,565 1 Buy
4 Gone Girl 237,925 1,014,731 $3,993,937 $17,179,409 2 Buy
5 The Grand Budapest Hotel 107,034 521,173 $1,000,411 $7,404,689 32 Buy
6 Tyler Perrys Madeas Tough Love 77,500 77,500 $888,150 $888,150 1 Buy
7 A Walk Among the Tombstones 76,176 356,046 $1,663,798 $7,196,920 2 Buy
8 The Drop 66,635 66,635 $1,131,125 $1,131,125 1 Buy
9 Guardians of the Galaxy 59,240 6,393,907 $1,179,340 $119,549,669 7 Buy
10 The Equalizer 58,834 1,635,267 $1,222,168 $31,756,471 4 Buy
11 Wolves 42,431 42,431 $437,464 $437,464 1 Buy
12 Frozen 39,343 18,623,959 $816,857 $345,841,311 45 Buy
13 The Maze Runner 37,982 1,923,740 $609,716 $34,065,905 6 Buy
14 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 35,112 4,573,290 $639,635 $78,548,884 6 Buy
15 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 27,167 2,721,071 $450,120 $43,777,604 8 Buy
16 Left Behind 26,671 352,355 $293,617 $3,979,572 3 Buy
17 Taken 2 26,459 3,907,923 $110,777 $64,114,251 106 Buy
18 Maleficent 25,555 4,086,422 $450,957 $76,634,720 12 Buy
19 No Good Deed 25,440 322,219 $525,831 $5,955,504 3 Buy
20 How to Train Your Dragon 2 25,156 4,252,605 $402,383 $72,984,065 11 Buy
21 Rio 21,929 7,200,386 $154,431 $102,359,931 182 Buy
22 The Expendables 3 20,218 1,424,212 $348,443 $24,337,224 9 Buy
23 The Heat 19,121 3,784,233 $79,298 $62,766,624 67 Buy
24 Epic 18,444 3,275,202 $197,836 $50,395,030 75 Buy
25 Pitch Perfect 18,350 6,440,532 $207,282 $101,474,035 110 Buy
26 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 18,250 4,950,918 $249,177 $100,226,915 42 Buy
27 The Wizard of Oz 18,106 7,416,222 $257,020 $96,235,558 931 Buy
28 The Hunger Games 15,865 13,365,818 $154,347 $216,253,074 128 Buy
29 Life of Pi 15,699 2,599,465 $164,959 $46,895,545 98 Buy
30 Boyhood 15,153 145,251 $316,948 $3,009,676 3 Buy

 

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