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Box Office Records > Domestic > Limited Release Movies > Cumulative > Top 2007 Domestic Limited Release

Top 2007 Limited Release Movies at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200)


See also: Top 2007 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 2007.

Top 2006 Domestic Limited Release Top 2008 Domestic Limited Release
Rank Movie Domestic
Box Office
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Max
Theaters
101 DOA: Dead or Alive $480,314 505 505
102 Dnevnoy dozor $459,095 5 64
103 Brooklyn Rules $458,232 1 18
104 Wristcutters: A Love Story $446,165 3 91
105 When the Road Bends: Tales of a Gypsy… $442,936 2 14
106 The Singing Revolution $426,855 1 6
107 Seraphim Falls $418,296 52 52
108 Interview $416,417 6 121
109 Killer of Sheep $404,508 2 8
110 Jindabyne $399,879 6 25
111 Manufactured Landscapes $395,623 1 8
112 The Last Sin Eater $388,390 429 429
113 Introducing the Dwights $378,921 4 70
114 Sleuth $342,895 9 35
115 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films $335,090 38 38
116 This is England $327,919 1 14
117 Constellation $306,533 238 238
118 Chalk $302,845 1 7
119 God Grew Tired of Us: The Story of Lo… $301,447 2 10
120 Crazy Love $301,027 3 38
121 Fido $298,110 2 4
122 Passage to Zarahemla $290,379 28 28
123 Southland Tales $275,380 63 63
124 Deep Water $271,143 2 17
125 King of California $268,461 5 28
126 Honeydripper $267,880 4 26
127 The TV Set $265,550 8 19
128 Noëlle $257,868 203 203
129 Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten $248,182 2 16
130 Gandhi, My Father $240,425 38 38
131 Youth Without Youth $239,495 6 18
132 O Jerusalem $234,480 12 26
133 My Kid Could Paint That $231,274 8 20
134 Brand Upon the Brain! $227,064 1 4
135 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama $224,546 3 9
136 Surviving My Mother $222,555 59 59
137 Eagle vs Shark $221,846 3 20
138 Ira and Abby $221,096 7 20
139 Boy Culture $220,409 3 7
140 Dus Kahaniyaan $219,071 55 55
141 Starter for Ten $216,839 20 32
142 First Snow $214,864 3 33
143 Trade $214,202 90 90
144 Believe in Me $209,654 54 54
145 La Tourneuse de Pages $208,691 2 15
146 Milarepa $204,784 1 10
147 Angel-A $202,200 7 18
148 What Would Jesus Buy? $200,010 1 25
149 I Want Someone To Eat Cheese With $194,568 1 12
150 Lonely Hearts $188,565 23 24
151 Vitus $187,480 2 16
152 Offside $179,948 5 17
153 An Unreasonable Man $176,647 1 11
154 Hatchet $175,281 82 82
155 The Flying Scotsman $171,817 100 100
156 Hollywood Dreams $171,255 4 6
157 La faute à Fidel $168,065 1 3
158 Dhamaal $166,339 39 39
159 Holly $163,069 1 11
160 Outsourced $161,593 8 8
161 Vanaja $161,590 1 11
162 Nanking $161,182 1 10
163 Ha-Buah $157,121 10 10
164 Red Road $154,892 3 11
165 Music Within $153,205 17 18
166 Show Business $151,792 1 9
167 Life in a... Metro $150,212 35 35
168 Memories of Tomorrow $140,200 1 3
169 The Salon $139,084 210 210
170 Severance $137,221 2 34
171 Coeurs $134,240 2 5
172 The Devil Came on Horseback $132,782 1 7
173 Americanizing Shelley $128,024 1 5
174 The Wendell Baker Story $127,188 17 17
175 Fay Grim $126,714 28 28
176 Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal $125,547 32 32
177 Manda Bala $122,905 1 9
178 David & Layla $120,750 7 7
179 War Dance $115,210 3 10
180 Rise: Blood Hunter $114,306 63 63
181 Darfur Now $109,107 3 24
182 Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains $108,807 7 21
183 I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life … $105,930 3 11
184 Tortilla Heaven $105,401 76 76
185 Mr. Untouchable $103,590 26 26
186 Reservation Road $101,440 14 39
187 Self Medicated $100,610 16 16
188 The List $98,438 1 3
189 Civic Duty $95,953 56 56
190 Dedication $91,164 4 8
191 A fost sau n-a fost? $89,550 1 4
192 Puccini for Beginners $89,417 2 11
193 Blind Dating $87,416 74 74
194 Delirious $86,460 5 5
195 Klimt $86,051 1 2
196 Fierce People $85,410 2 25
197 Revolver $84,738 18 18
198 Black Sheep $82,987 4 8
199 Doulos, Le $82,772 1 2
200 Kurt Cobain: About a Son $82,718 2 6

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.