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Box Office Records > Domestic > Limited Release Movies > Cumulative > Top 2013 Domestic Limited Release

Top 2013 Limited Release Movies at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 201-300)


See also: Top 2013 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 2013.

Top 2012 Domestic Limited Release Top 2014 Domestic Limited Release
Rank Movie Domestic
Box Office
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Max
Theaters
201 Traviata et nous $62,652 1 7
202 Winnie Mandela $61,847 32 32
203 Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey $61,018 23 26
204 It's a Disaster $60,818 3 13
205 How I Live Now $60,360 68 68
206 The English Teacher $60,166 2 7
207 The Canyons $59,671 1 9
208 The Trials of Muhammad Ali $59,081 1 10
209 Boule et Bill $56,224 13 13
210 Terms and Conditions May Apply $55,824 1 6
211 C.O.G. $55,301 20 20
212 Leonie $53,692 1 11
213 Venus and Serena $51,271 4 8
214 God Loves Uganda $51,229 1 5
215 Let the Fire Burn $49,128 1 9
216 The Pervert's Guide to Ideology $49,072 1 4
217 Jewtopia $46,437 16 16
218 Wrong $46,021 19 19
219 Flores Raras $45,502 2 4
220 American Made Movie $45,175 2 6
221 Greedy Lying Bastards $45,000 50 50
222 My Brother the Devil $44,906 2 4
223 The We and the I $42,172 1 7
224 Holla II $41,537 6 6
225 Wish You Were Here $41,189 11 11
226 Sightseers $41,039 2 10
227 Aftershock $40,179 110 110
228 GMO OMG $39,901 1 8
229 How to Make Money Selling Drugs $39,192 5 5
230 Herb & Dorothy 50X50 $38,933 1 8
231 Post Tenebras Lux $38,911 1 6
232 The Short Game $38,856 20 20
233 Die Wand $38,674 1 4
234 Concussion $38,361 2 25
235 Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary $37,731 1 4
236 Grey Gardens $36,923 1 1
237 Savannah $36,746 14 14
238 Redemption $36,686 19 19
239 Touchy Feely $36,128 2 5
240 M $35,566 1 3
241 Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Un… $35,431 1 5
242 Camille Claudel: 1915 $35,296 1 4
243 The Girl $35,048 2 7
244 Underdogs $35,017 4 4
245 I Give It a Year $34,657 2 6
246 Bert Stern: Original Mad Man $34,005 4 6
247 Running from Crazy $33,300 1 4
248 Dislecksia: The Movie $33,066 1 1
249 At Berkeley $31,736 2 6
250 Berberian Sound Studio $31,641 5 11
251 Tai Chi Hero $30,830 7 7
252 The Power of Few $30,444 2 5
253 Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story $29,863 1 3
254 A Fierce Green Fire $29,817 1 11
255 Dead Man's Burden $29,634 1 3
256 Struck By Lightning $28,378 6 6
257 Broadway Idiot $27,595 1 6
258 Tiger Eyes $27,160 17 17
259 Maniac $26,826 1 10
260 The Sweeney $26,345 11 11
261 Graceland $24,529 15 18
262 The Citizen $24,296 1 6
263 The Last Days on Mars $24,084 3 13
264 Simon Killer $24,082 1 5
265 Greenwich Village: Music That Defined… $23,701 1 2
266 A perdre la raison $23,203 1 4
267 Le Capital $22,400 2 2
268 Hangul $22,080 12 12
269 V/H/S 2 $21,833 12 12
270 The ABCs of Death $21,832 19 19
271 Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie $21,652 5 5
272 The Selfish Giant $21,648 2 6
273 Violeta se fue a los cielos $21,496 2 3
274 The Ghosts in Our Machine $20,709 1 2
275 Our Nixon $20,486 3 5
276 Hunky Dory $20,296 11 11
277 Bad Milo $19,613 11 11
278 Vous n'avez encore rien vu $19,373 2 3
279 Smash & Grab: The Story of the Pink P… $18,938 1 3
280 Nostalghia $18,846 1 1
281 Bai she chuan shuo $18,759 5 5
282 A Single Shot $18,642 10 10
283 Let My People Go! $18,529 1 3
284 Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer $17,992 1 2
285 Mental $17,669 12 12
286 The History of Future Folk $17,646 1 2
287 The Pardon $17,518 8 8
288 Violet and Daisy $17,186 17 17
289 Le Pont du Nord $17,110 1 1
290 I Used to Be Darker $16,987 1 3
291 Torn $16,772 1 2
292 Love and Honor $16,769 2 8
293 Design is One $16,386 1 1
294 The Look of Love $16,119 3 6
295 Out of the Clear Blue Sky $16,050 1 2
296 As I Lay Dying $15,009 1 2
297 I Declare War $14,928 14 14
298 Jayne Mansfield's Car $14,836 11 11
299 Kiss of the Damned $14,752 2 7
300 A Wedding Invitation $14,350 2 3

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.

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