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Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office


See also: Biggest Domestic Weekend - Biggest Domestic Overall Weekend - Smallest Domestic Overall Weekend - Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend

This chart contains figures for the biggest 22nd Weekends at the Domestic Box Office.

Biggest Domestic 21st Weekend Biggest Domestic 23rd Weekend
Rank Date Movie Gross Theaters Per
Theater
Total
Gross
Days
1 Sep 13, 2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding $10,772,146 1,764 $6,107 $110,443,668 150
2 Apr 5, 1991 Dances with Wolves $4,014,945 1,636 $2,454 $150,666,372 150
3 Apr 15, 1988 The Last Emperor $3,398,662 877 $3,875 $29,320,303 150
4 Feb 13, 1998 L.A. Confidential $3,280,173 814 $4,030 $45,477,469 150
5 Nov 5, 1982 ET: The Extra-Terrestrial $3,045,362 985 $3,092 $286,357,182 150
6 Oct 21, 1977 Star Wars Ep. IV: A New Hope $2,891,000 675 $4,283 $174,518,466 152
7 Oct 10, 1986 Top Gun $2,673,978 1,357 $1,971 $154,110,655 150
8 Mar 19, 1999 Life is Beautiful $2,234,686 647 $3,454 $35,990,202 150
9 Nov 29, 1985 Back to the Future $2,214,345 1,126 $1,967 $183,758,098 152
10 Mar 10, 1995 Pulp Fiction $2,142,436 1,063 $2,015 $88,691,485 150
11 Feb 20, 1987 Crocodile Dundee $2,115,716 1,186 $1,784 $149,363,133 150
12 May 15, 1998 Titanic $2,112,302 1,990 $1,061 $572,713,894 150
13 Mar 5, 2004 Mystic River $1,975,433 1,051 $1,880 $85,177,176 152
14 Apr 12, 1991 Home Alone $1,835,299 1,465 $1,253 $262,461,999 150
15 Feb 6, 2004 Lost in Translation $1,731,915 630 $2,749 $39,853,665 150
16 Feb 19, 1982 Chariots of Fire $1,689,149 293 $5,765 $8,673,627 150
17 Apr 20, 1984 Terms of Endearment $1,613,857 850 $1,899 $100,362,140 152
18 May 3, 1985 Beverly Hills Cop $1,569,547 782 $2,007 $210,388,187 152
19 May 13, 1983 Tootsie $1,559,536 759 $2,055 $165,339,970 150
20 Apr 30, 1982 On Golden Pond $1,554,184 953 $1,631 $100,098,300 150
21 May 16, 1997 Scream $1,459,743 1,114 $1,310 $97,302,612 150
22 Dec 7, 1990 Ghost $1,452,888 1,386 $1,048 $199,942,490 150
23 Sep 9, 1983 Flashdance $1,425,850 860 $1,658 $83,396,837 150
24 Apr 11, 1997 The English Patient $1,270,359 1,005 $1,264 $73,040,322 150
25 Nov 6, 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark $1,268,973 440 $2,884 $146,648,104 150
26 May 12, 1989 Rain Man $1,241,578 1,119 $1,110 $162,186,250 150
27 Mar 14, 2014 12 Years a Slave $1,222,892 925 $1,322 $55,090,884 150
28 Feb 15, 1985 Amadeus $1,214,634 374 $3,248 $27,267,335 152
29 Apr 23, 1993 The Crying Game $1,206,647 860 $1,403 $58,898,833 152
30 Nov 2, 1984 Ghostbusters $1,189,173 780 $1,525 $214,109,334 150
31 May 15, 1987 Platoon $1,185,238 1,099 $1,078 $127,551,060 150
32 Feb 23, 2007 The Queen $1,105,665 662 $1,670 $52,862,098 149
33 May 13, 1988 Moonstruck $1,097,858 743 $1,478 $72,324,513 152
34 Feb 24, 2006 Capote $1,066,844 475 $2,246 $23,441,493 150
35 Jan 22, 1982 Private Lessons $1,056,158 179 $5,900 $14,733,581 150
36 May 11, 1990 Driving Miss Daisy $1,044,626 914 $1,143 $100,046,090 152
37 Apr 22, 1994 Mrs. Doubtfire $1,018,318 868 $1,173 $216,875,471 152
38 Mar 8, 2013 Argo $1,010,367 741 $1,364 $134,282,925 150
39 Apr 9, 1993 Aladdin $1,004,454 916 $1,097 $198,505,184 152
40 Oct 29, 1982 Poltergeist $1,003,019 879 $1,141 $72,700,529 150
41 Mar 2, 1984 Never Cry Wolf $1,002,549 492 $2,038 $23,734,906 150
42 Feb 12, 1988 Fatal Attraction $968,716 702 $1,380 $143,520,991 150
43 Mar 17, 2000 Beyond the Mat $966,016 298 $3,242 $985,957 150
44 Jul 31, 1998 Everest $954,563 63 $15,152 $32,219,098 150
45 Apr 10, 1992 Beauty and the Beast $938,908 794 $1,183 $129,597,957 152
46 Mar 29, 1985 The Killing Fields $931,582 375 $2,484 $29,316,582 150
47 Mar 18, 2005 Sideways $928,147 590 $1,573 $69,500,314 150
48 Aug 8, 2003 Bend it Like Beckham $915,047 849 $1,078 $30,106,873 152
49 Feb 28, 2014 Gravity $889,300 340 $2,616 $270,478,831 150
50 May 13, 1994 Schindler's List $878,700 1,010 $870 $91,022,103 152
51 May 1, 1998 Good Will Hunting $825,216 869 $950 $134,183,512 150
52 May 6, 1983 Gandhi $823,234 411 $2,003 $48,601,351 152
53 May 20, 1988 Good Morning Vietnam $817,600 730 $1,120 $118,282,478 152
54 May 16, 1980 Kramer vs. Kramer $800,000 500 $1,600 $96,982,763 152
55 Dec 24, 1982 An Officer and a Gentleman $790,902 590 $1,341 $106,836,041 152
56 May 7, 1999 Shakespeare in Love $785,199 903 $870 $93,965,332 150
57 Feb 23, 2007 The Last King of Scotland $783,758 334 $2,347 $14,009,273 152
58 Feb 16, 1996 Se7en $774,669 812 $954 $95,323,354 150
59 May 11, 2001 Chocolat $750,548 1,487 $505 $69,934,220 150
60 Apr 18, 1997 Sling Blade $729,266 534 $1,366 $20,923,835 152
61 Aug 17, 1990 Pretty Woman $706,054 571 $1,237 $167,045,267 150
62 Oct 28, 1988 Big $657,050 764 $860 $108,658,609 150
63 Mar 5, 1993 A River Runs Through It $653,890 662 $988 $40,777,048 150
64 Dec 2, 1994 Forrest Gump $645,967 679 $951 $295,186,425 152
65 Feb 24, 1984 The Big Chill $641,080 529 $1,212 $54,282,285 152
66 Aug 14, 1992 Basic Instinct $631,800 648 $975 $115,154,129 150
67 Feb 21, 1997 Secrets & Lies $610,507 272 $2,245 $8,930,000 149
68 Nov 18, 1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit? $602,117 557 $1,081 $147,340,080 152
69 Mar 3, 2006 Good Night, and Good Luck $599,121 285 $2,102 $31,173,663 150
70 Feb 8, 1985 A Soldier's Story $598,255 531 $1,127 $21,319,833 150
71 Apr 22, 1988 3 Men and a Baby $587,623 506 $1,161 $158,618,210 152
72 May 4, 2001 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon $584,302 563 $1,038 $124,729,749 150
73 Mar 22, 1996 Leaving Las Vegas $583,523 486 $1,201 $28,089,901 150
74 Apr 8, 1994 The Piano $581,213 505 $1,151 $38,513,715 150
75 Jan 15, 1988 Dirty Dancing $567,905 654 $868 $58,239,543 150
76 Nov 16, 1984 The Karate Kid $535,453 526 $1,018 $88,502,129 150
77 Oct 19, 1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom $524,203 248 $2,114 $175,083,524 152
78 May 24, 1996 Mr. Holland's Opus $510,893 404 $1,265 $79,630,979 150
79 Oct 21, 1983 Star Wars Ep. VI: Return of the Jedi $503,212 234 $2,150 $241,664,222 152
80 Jul 16, 1993 Como agua para chocolate $500,918 156 $3,211 $12,760,416 152
81 Nov 14, 1997 My Best Friend's Wedding $476,024 488 $975 $125,687,657 150
82 May 23, 2003 Chicago $455,990 340 $1,341 $168,138,993 150
83 May 22, 1998 As Good as it Gets $455,516 485 $939 $146,653,084 152
84 May 16, 1986 The Color Purple $446,296 555 $804 $92,484,046 152
85 May 20, 1994 Philadelphia $440,747 533 $827 $75,391,710 152
86 Mar 29, 2002 Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain $438,751 170 $2,581 $31,106,754 150
87 Mar 3, 2000 Boys Don't Cry $436,326 182 $2,397 $5,407,452 150
88 Oct 24, 2003 Finding Nemo $435,507 404 $1,078 $338,746,985 150
89 Oct 15, 1999 Star Wars Ep. I: The Phantom Menace $435,504 494 $882 $426,818,051 152
90 Nov 24, 1995 Clueless $434,947 518 $840 $55,457,909 149
91 Feb 15, 1985 Places in the Heart $430,390 223 $1,930 $31,874,113 150
92 Mar 19, 1999 T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous $421,404 30 $14,047 $9,019,520 150
93 May 17, 2002 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship… $411,515 418 $984 $310,078,970 152
94 Nov 29, 1996 Independence Day $410,864 383 $1,073 $305,891,406 152
95 Apr 12, 2013 Silver Linings Playbook $408,626 451 $906 $130,333,798 150
96 May 6, 1983 48 Hrs. $389,548 350 $1,113 $74,075,122 152
97 Nov 5, 2004 Napoleon Dynamite $367,689 271 $1,357 $42,429,616 150
98 Mar 5, 2010 An Education $365,603 223 $1,639 $12,045,219 150
99 Aug 7, 1992 Howards End $362,418 141 $2,570 $11,406,363 150
100 Mar 10, 1995 Hoop Dreams $354,636 234 $1,516 $6,304,148 150

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.