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Top 10 grossing films per country (Excluding US/Canada)

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I can never find accurate numbers for the top grossing films by country.  I'm sure there is a way to do it on Mojo, but I thought it would be a good thread to pin.

 

Can we (no rush, just do it casually) do a top ten of each country, of all time?

 

The only way I know how to do it on Mojo is to go year by year.

 

So if we could fill in the gaps, list country by country, I think it would be a really valuable thread.  

 

If this thread is not needed or the information is readily available here, please let me know and I'll close it.

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I can start with Mexico, gross in lc and audience as of 12/11/17. Includes only movies from 2004.

Note: Info updated since Mojo numbers are not accurate. Sorry for the f*ck up. Info taken directly from CANACINE reports.

 

Gross in Mexican pesos

01    827,122,715    The Avengers (2012)
02    785,250,000    Coco (2017)
03    784,100,000    Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
04    779,290,000    Furious 7 (2015)
05    777,482,842    Toy Story 3 (2010)
06    728,200,000    Captain America 3: Civil War (2016)
07    724,790,000    Minions (2015)
08    685,840,000    Jurassic World (2015)
09    673,590,000    The Fate of the Furious (2017)
10    630,800,000    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
11    623,190,000    Despicable Me 3 (2017)
12    618,218,437    Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012)
13    612,207,511    Despicable Me 2 (2013)
14    600,377,842    No se Aceptan Devoluciones* (2013)
15    596,730,000    Maleficent (2014)
16    591,366,759    Iron Man 3 (2013)
17    575,974,938    Avatar (2009)
18    565,690,000    Beauty and the Beast (2017)
19    539,541,637    Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)
20    514,700,000    Suicide Squad (2016)
21    491,293,348    Monsters University (2014)
22    490,390,000    It (2017)
23    485,870,000    Inside Out (2015)
24    482,580,000    Spiderman: Homecoming (2017)
25    475,616,865    Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
26    464,970,000    San Andreas (2015)
27    460,000,000    Finding Dory (2016)
28    456,202,985    Fast and Furious 6 (2013)
29    455,090,000    How To Be a Latin Lover (2017)
30    437,590,000    Baby Boss (2017)
31    435,600,000    Transformers 4 (2014)
32    428,400,000    The Jungle Book (2016)
33    421,600,000    Secret Life of Pets (2016)
34    421,335,682    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011)
35    420,153,770    The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
36    417,600,000    Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)
37    412,940,000    Wonder Woman (2017)
38    403,403,954    Rio 2 (2014)
39    400,160,000    Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)
40    384,689,018    Alice in Wonderland (2010)
41    383,580,659    The Amazing Spider Man (2012)
42    381,429,541    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)
43    381,085,877    Spider Man 3 (2007)
44    380,600,900    The Conjuring 2 (2016)
45    371,784,856    Shrek Forever (2010)
46    371,356,228    The Amazing Spider Man 2 (2014)
47    359,431,756    Transformers 3 (2011)
48    353,450,000    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
49    351,500,000    Deadpool (2016)
50    348,372,103    Madagascar 3 (2012)
51    340,304,334    Nosotros los Nobles*  (2013)
52    338,200,000    X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
53    338,030,253    The Croods (2013)
54    337,725,202    Pirates of the Caribbean 4 (2011)
55    337,010,907    Frozen (2013)
56    335,589,063    Captain America 2 (2014)
57    332,390,000    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (2015)
58    327,417,004    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
59    327,030,000    Anabelle: Creation
60    322,114,790    Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
61    320,990,000    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
62    319,220,000    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)
63    318,360,000    Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
64    316,762,931    Shrek 2 (2004)
65    316,580,000    X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

 

Audience

01    16,430,000    Coco (2017)
02    16,075,304    Minions (2015)
03    15,943,208    The Avengers (2012)
04    15,731,247    Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
05    15,530,417    Furious 7 (2015)
06    15,201,188    No se Aceptan Devoluciones* (2013)
07    14,826,134    Toy Story 3 (2010)
08    14,468,012    Captain America 3: Civil War (2016)
09    14,130,000    Fate of the Furious (2017)
10    13,970,000    Despicable Me 3 (2017)
11    13,783,464    Jurassic World (2015)
12    13,402,742    Despicable Me 2 (2013)
13    13,230,713    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
14    13,175,872    Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012)
15    12,095,324    Maleficent (2014)
16    11,806,033    Iron Man 3 (2013)
17    11,698,768    Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)
18    11,270,000    Beauty and the Beast (2017)
19    10,850,613    Secret Life of Pets (2016)
20    10,770,468    Inside Out (2015)
21    10,608,951    Monsters University (2014)
22    10,480,000    It (2017)
23    10,301,212    Shrek 2 (2004)
24    10,240,000    How To Be a Latin Lover (2017)
25    10,211,791    Avatar (2009)
26    10,172,239    Spider Man 3 (2007)
27    10,160,858    Fast and Furious 6 (2013)
28    10,129,675    Finding Dory (2016)
29      9,980,000    Baby Boss (2017)
30      9,889,462    Suicide Squad (2016)
31      9,780,000    Spiderman: Homecoming (2017)
32      9,729,348    Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)
33      9,512,009    San Andreas (2015)
34      9,441,593    The Jungle Book (2016)
35      9,313,519    Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)

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Well I did the best I could with Israel (can't be sure about older films but I don't think there is anything missing, and doesn't include local films):

 

Rank Film gross ($M) Year
1 Avatar 13.541 2009
2 Titanic 8.538 1997
3 The Smurfs 6.473 2011
4 Furious 7 5.823 2015
5 Minions 5.632 2015
6 Alice In Wonderland 5.053 2010
7 Smurfs 2 4.944 2013
8 Inside Out 4.845 2015
9 Skyfall 4.819 2012
10 Fast 6 4.634 2013
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Spain (Euros)

 

1. Avatar (2009) €77,032,767

2. 8 Apellidos Vascos (2014) €55,348,927

3. The Impossible (2012) €42,408,547

4. Titanic (1998) €41,615,692

5. The Return of the King (2003) €32,933,303

6. The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) €31,332,601

7. 8 Apellidos Catalanes (2015) €31,000,000 (provisional. It is locked to land over Return of the King. I will update the list with final results)

8. The Two Towers (2002) €29,793,649

9. Pirates of the Caribbean 2 (2006) €28,272,305

10. Shrek 2 (2004) €28,207,541

 

It is quite probable that TFA can enter in the top 10, probably over ROTK, and fighting with 8 Apellidos Catalanes for being #5. Until last Sunday, €18.8m.

 

Great initiative, Baumer. There are data of every movie (quite accurate) in terms of admissions and gross. If someone wants to know a longer list of unadjusted figures or an adjusted figure list, just ask for it :)

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Amazing how popular the LOTR films were in Spain. They were also extremely successful in Scandinavia and Germany iirc. Which is reasonable, since they are partly based on Nordic mythology and imagery. 

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Italy:

 

1.Avatar:€65,666,319

2.Sole a catinelle:€51,936,318

3.Titanic:€50,217,865

4.Che Bella Giornata:€43,474,047

5.Life is Beautiful:€31,231,984

6.Alice in Wonderland:€30,385,172

7.Benvenuti al Sud:€29,873,491

8.Ice Age 3:€29,694,180

9.The Davinci's Code:€28,678,463

10.Chiedimi se sono felice:€28,458,894

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Romania:

 

1.Avatar (2009) : $6,317,366   

2.The Hobbit:The Battle of the Five Armies (2014)  : $2,939,962

3.Furious 7 (2015) : $2,739,771

4.The Hobbit:An Unexpected Journey (2012) : $2,458,647

5.The Hobbit:Desolation of Smaug (2013) : $2,437,723

6.Pirates of the Caribbean:On Stranger Tides (2011) : $2,320,056

7.Ice Age:Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) : $2,298,007

8.Minions (2015) : $2,032,379

9.Star Wars:The Force Awakens (2015)  : $1,922,021

10.Ice Age:Continental Drift (2012) : $1,905,338

 

A few movies from this year will enter the top 10

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Germany:

 

1.Titanic:€126,204,541

2.Avatar:€114,650,950

3.The Jungle Book:€98,750,000

4.The Lord of The Rings:The Fellowship of The Ring:€82,966,615

5.Harry Potter 1:€76,965,244

6.The Lord of The Rings:The Two Towers:€75,305,891

7.The Lord of The Rings:The Return of The King:€72,374,652

8.The Hobitt:An Unexpected Journey:€68,909,540

9.Skyfall:€65,762,240

10.Der Schu des Manitu:€65,131,251

 

Current:

Spectre:€62,970,350

TFA:€51,202,134 

 

 

 

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lol Please no. ha ha. The top 10 here is populated by cbms. I'll try to compile them soon.

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France ($) based on BOM numbers :

 

1. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis $193,764,365

2. Avatar $175,615,305

3. Intouchables $166,126,377

4. Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu? $104,659,347

5. Les Bronzés 3 - amis pour la vie $76,729,465

6. Rien à déclarer (Nothing to Declare) $74,563,018

7. Asterix et Obelix: Mission Cleopatra $74,121,575

8. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $69,240,468

9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part Two) $67,311,500

10. Ratatouille $65,645,333

   

France (admissions) based on JP's box office and including rereleases (official figures) :

 

1.Titanic  21,774,181

2.Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis   20,489,303

3.The Intouchables   19,490,688

4.Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs     18,319,651

5.La Grande Vadrouille     17,267,607

6.Gone with the Wind     16,719,236

7.Once Upon a Time in the West   14,862,764

8.Avatar     14,775,990

9.The Jungle Book     14,695,741

10.One Hundred and One Dalmatians   14,660,594

 

As you can see, France was a pretty big fan of Walt Disney's Disney.

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On 31/12/2015 at 4:39 PM, PPZVGOS said:

Amazing how popular the LOTR films were in Spain. They were also extremely successful in Scandinavia and Germany iirc. Which is reasonable, since they are partly based on Nordic mythology and imagery. 

LOTR is the most beloved and successful franchise here. The 3 films are in the top 11 adjusted:

 

1. Titanic - 11,265,694 admissions

2. Avatar - 9,536,218

3. Ocho Apellidos Vascos - 9,392,709

4. E.T. The Extraterrestrial - 8,146,271

5. Doctor Zhivago - 7,257,550

6. The Fellowship of the Ring - 7,041,329

7. Star Wars - 6,900,868

8. The Return of the King - 6,812,453

9. The Sixth Sense - 6,762,480

10. El Padrecito - 6,595,454

11. The Two Towers - 6,432,088

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3 hours ago, Cynosure said:

France ($) based on BOM numbers :

 

1. Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis $193,764,365

2. Avatar $175,615,305

3. Intouchables $166,126,377

4. Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu? $104,659,347

5. Les Bronzés 3 - amis pour la vie $76,729,465

6. Rien à déclarer (Nothing to Declare) $74,563,018

7. Asterix et Obelix: Mission Cleopatra $74,121,575

8. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $69,240,468

9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part Two) $67,311,500

10. Ratatouille $65,645,333

   

France (admissions) based on JP's box office and including rereleases (official figures) :

 

1.Titanic  21,774,181

2.Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis   20,489,303

3.The Intouchables   19,490,688

4.Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs     18,319,651

5.La Grande Vadrouille     17,267,607

6.Gone with the Wind     16,719,236

7.Once Upon a Time in the West   14,862,764

8.Avatar     14,775,990

9.The Jungle Book     14,695,741

10.One Hundred and One Dalmatians   14,660,594

 

As you can see, France was a pretty big fan of Walt Disney's Disney.

According BOM, Titanic did $139m (129+10), so it would rank 4th in the dollars list. Anyway, does anyone know some place to see the euros grosses? The dollars list is a bit misleading because of variable exchange rates.

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4 hours ago, efialtes76 said:

Germany:

 

1.Titanic:€126,204,541

2.Avatar:€114,650,950

3.The Jungle Book:€98,750,000

4.The Lord of The Rings:The Fellowship of The Ring:€82,966,615

5.Harry Potter 1:€76,965,244

6.The Lord of The Rings:The Two Towers:€75,305,891

7.The Lord of The Rings:The Return of The King:€72,374,652

8.The Hobitt:An Unexpected Journey:€68,909,540

9.Skyfall:€65,762,240

10.Der Schu des Manitu:€65,131,251

 

Current:

Spectre:€62,970,350

TFA:€51,202,134 

 

 

 

Oh, you edited it to Euro. I just wanted to comment on the Dollar-list you had posted earlier, more exactly on how funny the result for the Hobbit-movies were, with 1 and 2 being at pretty much the same amount of 88 million Dollars, with the third being nowhere in sight. Power of drastic changes in exchange-rates at work. Hobbit 2 and 3 were pretty much identical in terms of admissions and Euro, yet the Dollar-amounts are completely different due to the Euro tumbling down like crazy between the two movies.

 

I think it would actually be quite nice if both alltime lists, Euro and Dollar, would be mentioned here, makes it easier for reference.

 

I think Mark from insidekino had a tweet lately in which he mentioned that TFA had passed Spectre with now 64.7 million Euro. With the way those two are going, both should enter the top 10, with TFA probably heading for third.

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2 hours ago, peludo said:

According BOM, Titanic did $139m (129+10), so it would rank 4th in the dollars list. Anyway, does anyone know some place to see the euros grosses? The dollars list is a bit misleading because of variable exchange rates.

 

Well, that's odd, BOM's list doesn't have it...

 

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/intl/france/opening/?sort=gross&order=DESC&p=.htm

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United Kingdom (£) - as of 30/12/15

 

1 Skyfall - £102.9m ($152.0m) 

2 Avatar - £94.0m ($138.9m) 

3 Spectre - £92.0m* ($135.9m) 

4 Star Wars: The Force Awakens - £83.5m* ($123.4m) 

5 Titanic - £80.1m ($118.4m) 

6 Toy Story 3 - £74.0m ($109.3m) 

7 Harry Potter and the Deathy Hallows Part 2 - £73.1m ($108.0m) 

8 Mamma Mia - £68.5m ($101.2m) 

9 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - £66.1m ($97.7m) 

10 Jurassic World - £64.1m ($94.7m)

 

* Still playing. 

 

I put dollars in brackets based on what it translates to with today's exchange rate, not what it was at the time of release. Bit depressing that only 6 months ago Jurassic World's gross translated to about $100m... 

 

TFA locked to become #1, maybe even after this weekend. 

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It has the re-release in the list, but not the original start.

 

Maybe they didn't have the numbers for Titanic's opening weekend. That list is the top opening weekends after all, not the alltime chart, it's just that you can also sort these movies by their final gross. BOM only has French numbers going back to 2001, so the exact numbers for Titanic may not have been available to them. If that is the reason, it's obvious why Titanic wouldn't be on the list. Though it would seem a bit odd, considering that they have a few very old (and very minor) starts listed.

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15 minutes ago, Cynosure said:

 

Well, that's odd, BOM's list doesn't have it...

 

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/intl/france/opening/?sort=gross&order=DESC&p=.htm

Well, that list shows the top openings ever in France ordered by final gross. Probably, BOM has not the opening data of Titanic so it is not included on the list.

 

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=intl&country=FR&id=titanic.htm

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=intl&country=FR&id=titanic3d.htm

 

And according jpbox-office, average ticket price in 1998 was €5.38. Since Titanic sold 21 million tickets, that would give us about €113m, what fits with the $129m original run figure that BOM says.

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Hi everyone! Long-time lurker but I love the idea of this thread and wanted to expand on it if possible. Personally, I've always been more interested in admissions numbers than grosses as I think it is a fairer way to compare films released more

than a few years apart.

 

Would it be possible, along with the top grossers, to post the top 10/20 (or even more if you have the info) films of all time in each region based on admissions? I have lists for North America, UK, France and Germany that are exhaustive and go right back to the 30s but I'd like to do the same for Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, China, Korea, Australia, Russia and so on if possible - I've seen data for the last few years for most of these regions but not much that goes right back to the likes of Jaws, ET, Ben Hur etc...

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7 hours ago, Broshnat said:

Hi everyone! Long-time lurker but I love the idea of this thread and wanted to expand on it if possible. Personally, I've always been more interested in admissions numbers than grosses as I think it is a fairer way to compare films released more

than a few years apart.

 

Would it be possible, along with the top grossers, to post the top 10/20 (or even more if you have the info) films of all time in each region based on admissions? I have lists for North America, UK, France and Germany that are exhaustive and go right back to the 30s but I'd like to do the same for Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, China, Korea, Australia, Russia and so on if possible - I've seen data for the last few years for most of these regions but not much that goes right back to the likes of Jaws, ET, Ben Hur etc...

Welcome to the forums!! :)

 

According Ministry of Culture:

1. Titanic - 11,265,694
2. Avatar - 9,536,218
3. Ocho apellidos vascos - 9,387,247
4. E.T. The Extraterrestrial - 8,146,271
5. Doctor Zhivago - 7,257,550
6. The Fellowship of the Ring - 7,041,329
7. Star Wars - 6,900,868
8. The Return of the King - 6,812,453
9. The Sixth Sense - 6,762,480
10. El Padrecito - 6,595,454
11. The Two Towers - 6,432,088
12. The Others - 6,410,561
13. The Lion King - 6,319,708
14. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - 6,312,765
15. Star Wars: The Phantom Menace - 6,259,121
16. The Impossible - 6,129,025
17. Shrek 2 - 6,079,145
18. Jurassic Park - 5,971,366
19. Jaws - 5,918,283
20. For a few dollars more - 5,520,971
21. Pirates of the Caribbean 2 - 5,495,970
22. The Graduate - 5,368,966
23. Torrente 2 - 5,321,969
24. Superman - 5,267,891
25. Spider-man - 5,249,541
26. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - 5,217,643
27. The Da Vinci Code - 5,071,903
28. A Clockwork Orange - 5,032,830
29. The Godfather - 4,992,647
30. Finding Nemo - 4,989,415
31. They call me Trinity - 4,988,173
32. La Gran Aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón - 4,985,983
33. Mary Poppins - 4,984,097
34. Gladiator - 4,964,409
35. Beauty and the Beast - 4,927,462
36. The Sound of Music - 4,890,157
37. Pirates of the Caribbean - 4,875,624
38. The Exorcist - 4,810,200
39. Tarzan - 4,795,916
40. Por mis pistolas - 4,777,945
41. Basic Instinct - 4,764,943
42. Seven brides for seven brothers - 4,748,907
43. Ben Hur - 4,650,123
44. El señor doctor - 4,581,885
45. The Towering Inferno - 4,505,416
46. The Orphanage - 4,420,636
47. No desearás al vecino del quinto - 4,371,624
48. Pretty woman - 4,301,943
49. Dr. No - 4,293,348
50. Troy - 4,237,549
51. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - 4,218,484
52. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - 4,211,659
53. Life is beautiful - 4,174,530
54. Minions - 4,155,777
55. Raiders of the Lost Ark - 4,151,012
56. Shrek 3 - 4,132,081
57. Aladdin - 4,108,340
58. Pirates of the Caribbean 3 - 4,107,538
59. The Mask of Zorro - 4,107,114
60. American Beauty - 4,105,789
61. Grease - 4,099,338
62. Jesus Christ Superstar - 4,094,681
63. The Sea Inside - 4,094,321
64. The Flintstones - 4,080,660
65. The Bible: In the beginning... - 4,003,545
66. The Incredibles - 3,984,470
67. A man and the woman - 3,962,204
68. Ghost - 3,961,644
69. Forrest Gump - 3,914,431
70. The Dirty Dozen - 3,911,824
71. Harry Potter and the Globet of Fire - 3,892,056
72. Someone flew over the cuckoo's nest - 3,876,356
73. The Last Samurai - 3,839,712
74. Bruce Almighty - 3,834,664
75. Helga - 3,830,782
76. The Jungle Book - 3,820,885
77. The Sting - 3,810,808
78. Trinity is still my name! - 3,797,167
79. Up - 3,790,756
80. Cabaret - 3,786,419
81. Terminator 2 - 3,773,320
82. Love Story - 3,770,922
83. The Chronicles of Narnia - 3,740,709
84. Star Wars II: The Attack of the Clones - 3,736,814
85. Full Monty - 3,736,046
86. Quo Vadis? - 3,721,532
87. The Silence of the Lambs - 3,719,171
88. Ice Age 2 - 3,713,969
89. The Mummy - 3,697,858
90. Star Wars III: The Revenge of the Sith - 3,692,084
91. Inside Out - 3,683,136
92. Emmanuelle - 3,680,502
93. Toy Story 3 - 3,624,100
94. Monsters Inc. - 3,622,228
95. Rocky - 3,613,754
96. Torrente 3 - 3,575,759
97. The Bodyguard - 3,568,729
98. Matrix Reloaded - 3,567,799
99. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - 3,567,743
100. Papillon - 3,555,017
101. There's something about Mary - 3,545,228
102. Batman - 3,536,426
103. The Simpsons - 3,481,575
104. Midnight Express - 3,479,282
105. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - 3,468,878
106. As good as it gets - 3,467,887
107. Independence Day - 3,463,394
108. Jurassic World - 3,404,518
109. 101 Dalmatians - 3,402,620
110. Agora - 3,386,540
111. Earthquake - 3,385,601
112. Notting Hill - 3,372,619
113. Mission: Impossible 2 - 3,372,446
114. What lies beneath - 3,367,638
115. Jurassic Park: The Lost World - 3,363,791
116. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 3,362,156
117. Ice Age 3 - 3,357,703
118. Meet the Parents - 3,349,294
119. Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown - 3,347,052
120. War of the Worlds - 3,329,363
121. Twilight 2: New Moon - 3,299,283
122. Twilight 5: Breaking Dawn II - 3,287,795
123. Spider-man 3 - 3,280,590
124. Planet of the Apes (2001) - 3,272,999
125. Close encounters of the third kind - 3,270,032
126. Bridget Jones's diary - 3,253,360
127. Back to the Future - 3,229,213
128. Spider-man 2 - 3,225,678
129. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - 3,225,652
130. Dances with Wolves - 3,211,408
131. Bambi - 3,207,941
132. Alatriste - 3,182,491
133. Shrek - 3,178,133
134. A Bug's Life - 3,177,384
135. Twilight 3: Eclipse - 3,172,071
136. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - 3,163,696
137. Mission: Impossible - 3,141,962
138. The Return of the Mummy - 3,141,857
139. The Aristocats - 3,137,390
140. Toy Story 2 - 3,133,107
141. Ocean's Eleven - 3,113,953
142. Peter Pan - 3,113,418
143. Asterix and Obelix vs Caesar - 3,104,933
144. 50 shades of Grey - 3,102,731
145. Six days seven nights - 3,074,732
146. Pocahontas - 3,074,094
147. Twilight 4: Breaking Dawn I - 3,026,991
148. Cinderella (1950) - 3,026,584
149. Torrente - 3,010,736
150. The Hobbit I: An Unexpected Journey - 3,004,159

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* Both 8 Apellidos Catalanes (4,820,000) and Star Wars 7 (2,730,000) will enter the list

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Great list, thanks for that! A lot of big names missing - Gone with the Wind, Ten Commandments, Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Snow White - guess they didn't make the top 150?

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