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Box Office Performance for Comedy Movies in 2010

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RankMovieRelease
Date
Theatrical
Distributor
MPAA
Rating
2010 GrossTickets Sold
1 Grown Ups 6/25/2010 Sony Pictures PG-13 $162,001,186 20,532,470
2 The Other Guys 8/6/2010 Sony Pictures PG-13 $119,219,978 15,110,263
3 Jackass 3D 10/15/2010 Paramount Pictures R $117,109,417 14,842,765
4 Little Fockers 12/22/2010 Universal PG-13 $102,576,190 13,000,785
5 Due Date 11/5/2010 Warner Bros. R $99,231,922 12,576,923
6 Date Night 4/9/2010 20th Century Fox PG-13 $98,711,404 12,510,951
7 Sex and the City 2 5/27/2010 Warner Bros. R $95,347,692 12,084,625
8 Dinner for Schmucks 7/30/2010 Paramount Pictures PG-13 $73,026,337 9,255,556
9 Get Him to the Greek 6/4/2010 Universal R $61,153,526 7,750,764
10 Easy A 9/17/2010 Sony Pictures PG-13 $58,401,464 7,401,960
11 Hot Tub Time Machine 3/26/2010 MGM R $50,269,859 6,371,338
12 Cop Out 2/26/2010 Warner Bros. R $44,875,481 5,687,640
13 Death at a Funeral 4/16/2010 Sony Pictures R $42,739,347 5,416,901
14 Vampires Suck 8/18/2010 20th Century Fox PG-13 $36,661,504 4,646,578
15 Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 8/13/2010 Universal PG-13 $31,611,316 4,006,504
16 Morning Glory 11/10/2010 Paramount Pictures PG-13 $30,759,976 3,898,603
17 You Again 9/24/2010 Walt Disney PG $25,702,053 3,257,547
18 Lottery Ticket 8/20/2010 Warner Bros. PG-13 $24,719,879 3,133,065
19 The Kids Are All Right 7/9/2010 Focus Features R $20,811,365 2,637,688
20 Our Family Wedding 3/12/2010 Fox Searchlight PG-13 $20,255,281 2,567,209
21 Youth in Revolt 1/8/2010 Weinstein/Dimension R $15,285,588 1,937,336
22 MacGruber 5/21/2010 Universal R $8,525,600 1,080,558
23 Cyrus 6/18/2010 Fox Searchlight R $7,468,936 946,633
24 City Island 3/19/2010 Anchor Bay Entertainment PG-13 $6,671,283 845,536
25 It's Kind of a Funny Story 10/8/2010 Focus Features PG-13 $6,363,628 806,543
26 Old Dogs 11/25/2009 Walt Disney PG $2,252,485 285,486
27 3 Idiots 12/23/2009 Big Pictures PG-13 $1,776,771 225,192
28 Micmacs 5/28/2010 Sony Pictures Classics R $1,259,693 159,656
29 Golmaal 3 11/5/2010 Eros Entertainment Not Rated $1,132,192 143,497
30 I Love You, Phillip Morris 12/3/2010 Roadside Attractions R $1,126,302 142,750
31 Tees Maar Khan 12/22/2010 UTV Communications Not Rated $1,030,502 130,608
32 Middle Men 8/6/2010 Paramount Vantage R $754,301 95,602
33 Couples Retreat 10/9/2009 Universal PG-13 $693,900 87,947
34 Pranzo di ferragosto 3/17/2010 Zeitgeist Not Rated $675,299 85,589
35 The Virginity Hit 9/24/2010 Sony Pictures R $636,706 80,698
36 Jack Goes Boating 9/17/2010 Overture Films R $541,992 68,694
37 Khatta Meetha 7/23/2010 Eros Entertainment Not Rated $541,904 68,682
38 Tamara Drewe 10/8/2010 Sony Pictures Classics R $526,639 66,747
39 L'arnacouer 9/10/2010 IFC Films Not Rated $504,030 63,882
40 The Extra Man 7/30/2010 Magnolia Pictures R $453,377 57,462
41 Today's Special 11/19/2010 Reliance Big Pictures R $317,831 40,282
42 Tiny Furniture 11/12/2010 IFC Films Not Rated $286,707 36,338
43 No Problem 12/10/2010 Eros Entertainment Not Rated $285,468 36,180
44 Le baiser du barbu 6/18/2010 Not Rated $249,519 31,624
45 Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? 3/5/2010 Viva Entertainment Not Rated $235,847 29,891
46 Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale 12/3/2010 Oscilloscope Pictures R $215,430 27,304
47 Parlez-moi de la pluie 6/18/2010 IFC Films Not Rated $111,844 14,175
48 Wild Target 10/29/2010 Freestyle Releasing PG-13 $109,338 13,857
49 The Romantics 9/10/2010 Four of a Kind Productions PG-13 $106,524 13,501
50 Crazy on the Outside 1/8/2010 Freestyle Releasing PG-13 $88,335 11,195
51 Rosencrantz and Guildenstein are Undead 6/4/2010 Indican Pictures Not Rated $70,563 8,943
52 Dulha Mil Gaya 1/8/2010 Viva Entertainment Not Rated $67,511 8,556
53 Patrik, Age 1.5 8/14/2009 Not Rated $57,060 7,231
54 Le code a changé 8/27/2010 IFC Films Not Rated $46,714 5,920
55 A Serious Man 10/2/2009 Focus Features R $38,263 4,849
56 Mystery Team 8/28/2009 Roadside Attractions R $35,701 4,524
57 36 vues du Pic Saint Loup 7/9/2010 Cinema Guild Not Rated $31,377 3,976
58 Lbs. 3/26/2010 Truly Indie Not Rated $29,866 3,785
59 Expecting Mary 9/10/2010 Rocky Mountain Pictures PG $28,700 3,637
60 BoyBand 6/4/2010 Artigo Ajemian Films Not Rated $28,336 3,591
61 Tamo i ovde 5/14/2010 Not Rated $24,460 3,100
62 The Boat That Rocked 11/13/2009 Focus Features R $23,352 2,959
63 Trash Humpers 5/7/2010 Not Rated $21,826 2,766
64 Douchebag 10/1/2010 Paladin Not Rated $20,615 2,612
65 Paper Man 4/23/2010 MPI Media Group R $15,389 1,950
66 Hey, Hey, It's Esther Blueburger 4/23/2010 Monterey Media PG-13 $15,222 1,929
67 Violet Tendencies 11/5/2010 Embrem Entertainment Not Rated $11,863 1,503
68 White Wedding 9/3/2010 The Little Film Company/Dada Films PG-13 $11,711 1,484
69 Misconceptions 1/22/2010 Regent Releasing Not Rated $6,892 873
70 The Winning Season 9/3/2010 Roadside Attractions PG-13 $5,000 633
71 Big Fan 8/28/2009 First Independent Pictures R $3,666 464
72 My Year Without Sex 3/12/2010 Strand Not Rated $3,119 395
73 The Slammin' Salmon 12/11/2009 Anchor Bay Entertainment R $2,510 318
74 El Súperstar: The Unlikely Rise of Juan Francés 9/17/2010 Cinema Libre Not Rated $2,330 295
75 To Die is Hard 12/17/2010 Driving With Our Eyes Shut Not Rated $112 14
Total Gross of All Movies$1,376,015,306
Total Tickets Sold174,399,887

Note: This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 2010. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2010. 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.

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

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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