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Box Office History for Multiple Genres

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2017 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2017, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
DistributorMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Saving Christmas Nov 14, 2014 Samuel Goldwyn Films PG $2,778,297 $3,026,534
2 2016 Oscar Shorts Jan 29, 2016 ShortsHD Not Rated $2,816,816 $2,898,223
3 2017 Oscar Shorts Feb 10, 2017 ShortsHD Not Rated $2,835,355 $2,835,355
4 2014 Oscar Shorts Jan 31, 2014 ShortsHD Not Rated $2,357,890 $2,568,567
5 2015 Oscar Shorts Jan 30, 2015 ShortsHD Not Rated $2,412,493 $2,546,993
6 2013 Oscar Shorts Feb 1, 2013 Shorts International Not Rated $2,142,342 $2,345,239
7 2012 Oscar Shorts Feb 10, 2012 Shorts International Not Rated $1,702,415 $1,903,452
8 The Stray Oct 6, 2017 Purdie Distribution PG $1,564,482 $1,564,482
9 2011 Oscar Shorts Feb 11, 2011 Shorts International Not Rated $1,352,152 $1,517,539
10 2010 Oscar Shorts Feb 19, 2010 Shorts International Not Rated $1,018,169 $1,148,501
11 The Kurosawa Series Jul 26, 2002 Cowboy Pictures Not Rated $583,712 $883,423
12 Viva Pedro Aug 11, 2006 Sony Pictures Classics Not Rated $579,539 $787,463
13 2009 Oscar Shorts Feb 6, 2009 Shorts International Not Rated $644,635 $764,964
14 2007 Academy Award Nominated Short Films Feb 15, 2008 Magnolia Pictures PG-13 $508,695 $630,547
15 Under Suspicion Sep 22, 2000 R $334,245 $551,747
16 The Animation Show Sep 5, 2003 The Animation Show/IPMA R $343,071 $504,781
17 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films Feb 16, 2007 Magnolia Pictures Not Rated $335,090 $433,466
18 Chico & Rita Feb 10, 2012 GKIDS Not Rated $197,785 $221,138
19 2005 Academy Award Nominated Short Films Feb 24, 2006 Magnolia Pictures Not Rated $157,415 $213,885
20 Marjorie Prime Aug 18, 2017 FilmRise Not Rated $180,608 $180,608
21 The Weathered Underground Jan 26, 2010 Indican Pictures Not Rated $140,091 $158,020
22 Evangerion shin gekij├┤ban: Ha Jan 21, 2011 Eleven Arts Not Rated $133,640 $133,640
23 Nine Nation Animation Sep 29, 2010 The World According to Shorts Not Rated $38,382 $43,156
24 Kill Me, Deadly Apr 1, 2016 Indican Pictures Not Rated $36,027 $36,882
25 O Piseu Sep 18, 2015 China Lion Film Distribution Not Rated $34,144 $36,045
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
2000 1 0.00% $332,235 61,639 $548,587 Under Suspicion $332,235
2001 1 0.00% $2,010 355 $3,160 Under Suspicion $2,010
2002 1 0.00% $391,835 67,441 $600,225 The Kurosawa Series $391,835
2003 2 0.01% $498,239 82,626 $735,371 The Animation Show $306,362
2004 1 0.00% $36,709 5,911 $52,608 The Animation Show $36,709
2006 3 0.01% $748,135 114,218 $1,016,540 Viva Pedro $579,539
2007 2 0.00% $335,887 48,819 $434,489 2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films $335,090
2008 1 0.01% $508,695 70,848 $630,547 2007 Academy Award Nominated Short Films $508,695
2009 1 0.01% $644,635 85,951 $764,964 2009 Oscar Shorts $644,635
2010 3 0.01% $1,173,911 148,783 $1,324,169 2010 Oscar Shorts $1,018,169
2011 3 0.01% $1,377,183 173,666 $1,545,627 2011 Oscar Shorts $1,352,152
2012 2 0.02% $1,900,200 238,718 $2,124,590 2012 Oscar Shorts $1,702,415
2013 1 0.02% $2,142,342 263,510 $2,345,239 2013 Oscar Shorts $2,142,342
2014 2 0.05% $5,136,187 628,663 $5,595,101 Saving Christmas $2,778,297
2015 2 0.02% $2,446,637 290,229 $2,583,038 2015 Oscar Shorts $2,412,493
2016 4 0.03% $2,862,219 330,890 $2,944,921 2016 Oscar Shorts $2,816,816
2017 5 0.05% $4,599,176 516,759 $4,599,155 2017 Oscar Shorts $2,835,355

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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