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Top 1998 Limited Release Movies at the Domestic Box Office


See also: Top 1998 Domestic

Other Domestic Cumulative records for Limited Release Movies: All Time Domestic Limited Release - All Time Inf. Adj. Limited Release - Top 2016 Domestic Limited Release - Top 2017 Domestic Limited Release

This chart contains the total domestic box office for the top 100 limited release movies released in 1998.

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Rank Movie Domestic
Box Office
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Max
Theaters
1 La vita è bella $57,598,247 6 1,136
2 Elizabeth $30,082,699 9 624
3 Waking Ned Devine $24,793,251 9 540
4 The Players Club $23,047,939 593 1,769
5 Simon Birch $18,253,415 596 930
6 Rushmore $17,105,219 2 830
7 A Simple Plan $16,316,273 31 675
8 Sliding Doors $11,911,200 117 522
9 Barney's Great Adventure $11,156,471 540 839
10 I Got the Hook-Up! $10,317,779 655 655
11 The Spanish Prisoner $10,162,034 7 340
12 Belly $9,639,390 600 630
13 Return to Paradise $8,352,677 965 985
14 Woo $8,064,972 625 625
15 American History X $6,719,864 17 513
16 Smoke Signals $6,719,300 5 353
17 Gods and Monsters $6,451,628 6 149
18 The Opposite of Sex $6,367,164 5 183
19 Affliction $6,330,054 3 335
20 Central do Brasil $5,969,553 2 137
21 Down in the Delta $5,672,903 416 417
22 Slums of Beverly Hills $5,502,773 7 548
23 Ride $5,485,295 496 509
24 Celebrity $5,078,660 493 493
25 Your Friends and Neighbors $4,714,658 32 246
26 Little Voice $4,595,000 6 215
27 Dangerous Beauty $4,553,271 10 313
28 Playing by Heart $3,956,212 1 308
29 Governess $3,794,031 6 135
30 Next Stop, Wonderland $3,395,581 8 232
31 Mrs. Dalloway $3,263,672 8 91
32 Pi $3,221,152 1 68
33 The Last Days of Disco $3,024,198 22 168
34 Freeriders $2,750,064 11 30
35 Happiness $2,746,453 6 60
36 The Mighty $2,652,246 9 614
37 Love and Death on Long Island $2,542,264 6 84
38 Buffalo '66 $2,380,606 2 58
39 Dancing at Lughnasa $2,361,632 4 93
40 Hav Plenty $2,301,777 413 417
41 Pecker $2,281,761 184 184
42 Chinese Box $2,265,328 12 106
43 The Imposters $2,197,921 66 162
44 Wilde $2,157,701 7 67
45 Zero Effect $2,080,693 100 129
46 Two Girls and a Guy $2,057,193 316 316
47 Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss $2,020,700 13 77
48 High Art $1,835,565 4 62
49 The Butcher Boy $1,822,193 9 90
50 Hurlyburly $1,798,862 16 84
51 Clay Pigeons $1,793,359 19 297
52 Suicide Kings $1,692,872 135 152
53 The Gingerbread Man $1,626,593 8 30
54 The Proposition $1,622,381 17 62
55 Carne trémula $1,535,558 2 38
56 In God's Hands $1,431,239 109 131
57 Henry Fool $1,334,786 2 52
58 One Tough Cop $1,313,607 415 415
59 Nightwatch $1,278,516 300 300
60 The General $1,256,461 2 41
61 Permanent Midnight $1,171,001 55 90
62 Cousin Bette $1,161,063 13 68
63 Lolita $1,147,784 1 52
64 The Thief $1,126,115 3 39
65 A Price Above Rubies $1,118,808 4 52
66 Velvet Goldmine $1,053,788 85 93
67 Another Day in Paradise $1,036,818 1 65
68 Strike $968,506 133 144
69 Firelight $784,419 10 39
70 Without Limits $780,326 5 110
71 Nights of Cabiria $752,045 2 9
72 The Big One $720,074 33 53
73 Karakter $713,413 6 47
74 Deceiver $699,062 211 231
75 Gadjo Dilo $673,153 1 11
76 Steam: The Turkish Bath $655,078 2 6
77 Strangeland $631,221 315 315
78 Polish Wedding $608,296 11 59
79 Last Night $591,165 8 28
80 Orgazmo $582,024 94 94
81 Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 $574,838 26 28
82 Clockwatchers $537,948 6 9
83 Warners 75th $498,426 3 3
84 Cube $489,220 16 24
85 Wild Man Blues $483,917 3 25
86 The Eel $418,192 3 6
87 Fireworks $401,540 9 12
88 A Merry War $373,830 5 5
89 Let's Talk About Sex $373,615 258 258
90 Love is the Devil $343,023 10 12
91 Hurricane Streets $334,041 93 93
92 Four Days in September $310,724 6 43
93 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain $308,082 120 120
94 Chairman of the Board $306,715 196 196
95 Wide Awake $305,704 29 43
96 Shooting Fish $302,204 23 64
97 Mr. Jealousy $287,752 6 24
98 Swept From The Sea $283,081 55 55
99 I Think I Do $278,332 5 10
100 The Real Blonde $247,745 10 45

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

Note: the records on this page only consider movies that were initially released in less than 1,000 theaters and did not have any expansion of more than 1,000 theaters in one week. We only consider movies that were released in 1995 or later, and do not consider movies that only had an IMAX release.

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

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.