Box Office Performance for Thriller/Suspense Movies in 2001

Summary for all Years
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RankMovieRelease
Date
Theatrical
Distributor
MPAA
Rating
2001 GrossTickets Sold
1 Ocean's Eleven 12/7/2001 Warner Bros. PG-13 $136,996,174 24,204,271
2 Along Came a Spider 4/6/2001 Paramount Pictures R $74,058,698 13,084,576
3 Vanilla Sky 12/14/2001 Paramount Pictures R $71,395,769 12,614,093
4 The Score 7/13/2001 Paramount Pictures R $71,069,884 12,556,517
5 Don't Say a Word 9/28/2001 20th Century Fox R $54,924,196 9,703,922
6 Domestic Disturbance 11/2/2001 Paramount Pictures PG-13 $44,746,318 7,905,710
7 From Hell 10/19/2001 20th Century Fox R $31,507,144 5,566,633
8 15 Minutes 3/9/2001 New Line R $24,375,436 4,306,614
9 Joy Ride 10/5/2001 20th Century Fox R $21,966,161 3,880,947
10 The Glass House 9/14/2001 Sony Pictures PG-13 $17,951,431 3,171,631
11 Original Sin 8/3/2001 MGM R $16,521,410 2,918,977
12 Tailor of Panama 3/30/2001 Sony Pictures R $13,491,653 2,383,684
13 The Gift 12/19/2000 Paramount Vantage R $11,951,244 2,111,527
14 Antitrust 1/12/2001 MGM PG-13 $10,965,209 1,937,316
15 The Deep End 8/8/2001 Fox Searchlight R $8,823,109 1,558,853
16 Unbreakable 11/22/2000 Walt Disney PG-13 $4,965,347 877,270
17 With a Friend Like Harry 4/20/2001 Miramax R $3,818,452 674,638
18 Brigham City 4/6/2001 Excel Entertainment PG-13 $851,137 150,378
19 Brother 7/20/2001 Sony Pictures Classics R $447,750 79,108
20 Une affaire de goût 2/2/2001 Attitude Films Not Rated $48,602 8,587
21 The Body 4/20/2001 Avalanche Releasing PG-13 $33,565 5,930
22 Protection 1/26/2001 Not Rated $666 118
Total Gross of All Movies$620,909,355
Total Tickets Sold109,701,300

Note: This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 2001. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2001. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2010 will most likely earn money in 2010 and 2011. Click on the individual movie to see its total gross over all the years in which it played.

Each box office year ends on the first Sunday of the following year. The next year starts the following day (Monday). For example, the "2004 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 2, 2005.

Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.