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All Time Domestic Box Office for PG-13 Movies (Rank 2,601-2,700)


See also: Top PG-13 International - Top PG-13 Worldwide - Top PG-13 Weekend Domestic - Top PG-13 Day Domestic

Other Domestic MPAA Ratings records: Top R Domestic - Top PG Domestic - Top G Domestic - Top Not Rated Domestic - Top GP Domestic - Top NC-17 Domestic - Top M/PG Domestic

This chart contains the top 100 PG-13 movies based on the cumulative domestic box office.

See our PG-13 Theatrical Market Charts for more overviews regarding the domestic theatrical box office performance of PG-13 movies.

Rank Released Movie Domestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
2,601 2013 Silver Circle $4,080 $0 $4,080
2,602 2016 Coming Through the Rye $4,000 $0 $4,000
2,603 2008 Camille $3,849 $0 $3,849
2,604 2007 Antônia - O Filme $3,550 $0 $3,550
2,605 2015 Jenny’s Wedding $3,540 $2,704 $6,244
2,606 2012 Loosies $3,519 $421,859 $425,378
2,607 2012 Vamps $3,361 $91,451 $94,812
2,608 2009 Humble Pie $3,359 $0 $3,359
2,609 1998 Storefront Hitchcock $3,073 $0 $3,073
2,610 2006 Alien Autopsy $2,867 $0 $2,867
2,611 1989 Chocolat $2,710 $0 $2,710
2,612 2002 The First $20 Million $2,535 $0 $2,535
2,613 2007 The Prisoner or: How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair $2,500 $0 $2,500
2,614 2008 Polar Opposites $2,377 $0 $2,377
2,615 2006 The Big Question $2,248 $0 $2,248
2,616 2002 The 4th Tenor $2,152 $0 $2,152
2,617 2015 Tracers $2,000 $2,878,901 $2,880,901
2,618 2006 The Surfer King $1,990 $0 $1,990
2,619 2008 Jack and Jill vs. the World $1,964 $0 $1,964
2,620 2013 Best Man Down $1,938 $0 $1,938
2,621 2011 Love, Wedding, Marriage $1,926 $49,991 $51,917
2,622 2001 Olive Juice $1,801 $0 $1,801
2,623 2016 Skiptrace $1,792 $134,673,667 $134,675,459
2,624 2014 Mr. Pip $1,714 $922,721 $924,435
2,625 2014 Ragnarok $1,369 $3,988,881 $3,990,250
2,626 2011 An Invisible Sign $1,279 $0 $1,279
2,627 2001 Rocky Road $991 $0 $991
2,628 2017 2:22 $422 $3,522,264 $3,522,686

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.