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TOP MOVIES OF ALL TIME from 2004 (lc, audience)

 

INFO FOR 2016

 

INFO FOR 2015
 

Spoiler

 

2015 MEXICO BOX-OFFICE STATS - Final Results

  • Audience: 296M tickets sold, +15% vs 2014. #4 market in the world.
  • Gross: 13.793.000,000 lc (US$1,045 as reported by Screen Digest), +14.8% vs 2014. #10 market in the world, #1 Spanish speaking, #1 in Latin America.
  • Average Ticket Price: 46.54 lc (US$3.20 as reported by Screen Digest), -0.4% vs 2014. 6th cheapest in the world.
  • 6067 movie theatres, #4 in the world, +250 vs 2014.
  • The average Mexican goes to the movies 2.46 times per year.

 

TOP 10 MOVIES 2015 (lc in '000s)

01 784.08 Avengers: Age of Ultron

02 779.29 Furious 7

03 724.29 Minions

04 685.84 Jurassic World

05 485.87 Inside Out

06 464.97 San Andreas

07 400.16 Hotel Transylvania 2

08 384.00 Star Wars: The Force Awakens

09 332.39 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

10 244.24 Antman

 

More details in this PDF.

 

 

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TOP MOVIES 2017 (lc, up to 04 Jan)

01 1,097,110,000    Coco
02    673,590,000    Fate of the Furious
03    623,190,000    Despicable Me 3
04    565,690,000    Beauty and the Beast
05    491,770,000    It
06    482,580,000    Spiderman: Homecoming
07    470,990,000    Justice League
08    455,090,000    How To Be a Latin Lover
09    437,590,000    Baby Boss
10    412,490,000    Wonder Woman
11    403,070,000    Thor Ragnarok
12    353,450,000    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
13    331,300,000    Annabelle: Creation
14    303,790,000    Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge
15    287,220,000    War for the Planet of the Apes
16    276,330,000    Cars 3
17    271,920,000    Kong: Skull Island
18    270,730,000    Logan
19    268,720,000    Transformers: The Last Knight
20    252,860,000    Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle
21    246,440,000    Star Wars: The Last Jedi
22    234,040,000    The Mummy
23    201,840,000    Daddy's Home 2
24    200,180,000    Hazlo como hombre
25    170,680,000    Assassin's Creed
26    168,160,000    The Lego Batman Movie*
27    167,620,000    Geostorm
28    163,800,000    The Great Wall
29    159,620,000    Split*
30    142,850,000    Resident Evil: The Last Chapter
31    141,850,000    Baywatch
32    134,500,000    Emoji: The Movie
33    128,830,000    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
34    128,130,000    Wonder
35    125,630,000    50 Shades Darker
36    123,370,000    3 idiotas
37    118,090,000    A Dog's Purpose
38    114,830,000    Power Rangers
39    114,250,000    Ferdinand
40    111,100,000    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

* Totals up to 19 March.

 

TOP MOVIES 2017 (audience, up to 4 Jan)

01    23,360,000    Coco
02    14,130,000    Fate of the Furious
03    13,970,000    Despicable Me 3
04    11,270,000    Beauty and the Beast
05    10,520,000    It
06    10,240,000    How To Be a Latin Lover
07      9,980,000    Baby Boss
08      9,780,000    Spiderman: Homecoming
09      9,270,000    Justice League
10      8,300,000    Wonder Woman
11      7,940,000    Thor Ragnarok
12      7,100,000    Annabelle: Creation
13      6,990,000    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
14      6,140,000    Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge
15      6,090,000    War for the Planet of the Apes
16      5,900,000    Cars 3
17      5,710,000    Kong: Skull Island
18      5,660,000    Transformers: The Last Knight
19      5,350,000    Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle
20      5,320,000    Logan
21      4,950,000    The Mummy
22      4,360,000    Daddy's Home 2
23      4,330,000    Hazlo como hombre
24      4,170,000    Star Wars: The Last Jedi
25      3,720,000    The Lego Batman Movie*
26      3,640,000    Geostorm
27      3,460,000    The Great Wall
28      3,220,000    Split*
29      3,320,000    Assassin's Creed
30      3,200,000    Emoji: The Movie
31      3,020,000    Baywatch
32      2,940,000    Resident Evil: The Last Chapter
33      2,740,000    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
34      2,690,000    Power Rangers
35      2,680,000    Ferdinand
36      2,640,000    3 idiotas
37      2,600,000    A Dog's Purpose
38      2,580,000    Me gusta pero me asusta
39      2,570,000    Wonder
40      2,490,000    50 Shades Darker

* Totals up to 19 March.

 

Edited by Purple Minion

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Mexico BO is going to explode in 2 weeks time

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The average ticket prices are quite low in Mexico. :o

They are...But they sure love to go to their movies
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Méjico sera un muy prometidor mercado en el futuro, puedo verlo.

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Mexico did something wonderful two years ago by making Toy Story 3 their highest grossing movie ever. They can do it again by watching Titanic in 3D.

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MEXICO BO 2012 (FOR THE MOMENT) :1-Journey 2 : $12.6 million2-John Carter : $11.8 million3-Wrath of the Titans : $11.7 million4-The Hunger Games : $10.4 millionNot the most impressive numbers, they wait for Spiderman.

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Méjico sera un muy prometidor mercado en el futuro, puedo verlo.

ehhh. Sure thing

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MEXICO BO 2012 (FOR THE MOMENT) :1-Journey 2 : $12.6 million2-John Carter : $11.8 million3-Wrath of the Titans : $11.7 million4-The Hunger Games : $10.4 millionNot the most impressive numbers, they wait for Spiderman.

And Avengers.. It will be big there.IM2 almost did 20 mill there.with 3D i expect around 27-30 there

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$30 million for Transformers 3 there, so we can expect good numbers for Battleship ($20 million?)

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Hollywood Reporter

Mexico

While Mexico has been eclipsed by Brazil as the biggest moviegoing market in Latin America, it remains a vibrant and key territory. And if there's a premier 3D family market anywhere, it's Mexico, where Fox's Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked has earned north of $6 million. But challenges loom in 2012: There are economic woes, and the advent of broadband is dramatically increasing digital piracy in Mexico and across all of Latin America.

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Mexico did something wonderful two years ago by making Toy Story 3 their highest grossing movie ever. They can do it again by watching Titanic in 3D.

Toy Story 3 made 59m there, it looks unreachableWhich film do you think can be able to outgross that record?

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Mexico did something wonderful two years ago by making Toy Story 3 their highest grossing movie ever. They can do it again by watching Titanic in 3D.

that movie should be the highest grossing movie everywhere!

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that movie should be the highest grossing movie everywhere!

Agree, great movie.And it had great numbers in the US and Japan.The Mexican numbers are unbelievable for this movie! Gracias a los mexicanos :)

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Toy Story 3 made 59m there, it looks unreachableWhich film do you think can be able to outgross that record?

It's impressive!

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April 13-151-Titanic 3D : $1.9m2-Wrath of The Titans : $1.8m (total : $15.4m)3-Mirror Mirror : $1.2m (total : $4.4m)4-American Reunion : $1.1m (total : $3.7m)

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China has about 10 times the population of Mexico and look how different Titanic 3D peformed.

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China has about 10 times the population of Mexico and look how different Titanic 3D peformed.

What's your point?

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Titanic already made $27m here, so it is no wonder that Titanic3D makes in Mexico less than in China divided by 10.

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