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Top 2010 Limited Release Movies at the Domestic Box Office


See also: Top 2010 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 2010.

Top 2009 Domestic Limited Release Top 2011 Domestic Limited Release
Rank Movie Domestic
Box Office
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Max
Theaters
1 The King’s Speech $138,797,449 4 2,584
2 Black Swan $106,954,678 18 2,407
3 The Kids Are All Right $20,811,365 7 994
4 127 Hours $18,335,230 4 916
5 The Ghost Writer $15,541,549 4 819
6 Blue Valentine $9,737,892 4 450
7 Fair*Game $9,540,691 46 436
8 Get Low $9,176,933 4 570
9 Cyrus $7,468,936 4 454
10 Babies $7,320,323 534 543
11 Conviction $6,797,696 11 672
12 City Island $6,671,283 2 269
13 The Last Station $6,617,867 3 354
14 Winter's Bone $6,531,503 4 141
15 Waiting for Superman $6,417,135 4 330
16 El secreto de sus ojos $6,391,436 10 166
17 It's Kind of a Funny Story $6,363,628 742 757
18 Luftslottet som sprängdes $5,427,684 48 203
19 Io sono l’amore $5,005,465 8 166
20 Mao's Last Dancer $4,806,750 33 137
21 Solitary Man $4,360,548 4 177
22 Inside Job $4,311,834 2 250
23 Greenberg $4,234,170 3 186
24 My Name is Khan $4,046,336 120 125
25 Please Give $4,033,574 5 272
26 To Save a Life $3,777,210 441 441
27 The Runaways $3,573,673 244 244
28 Exit Through the Gift Shop $3,291,250 8 46
29 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger $3,247,816 6 402
30 Catfish $3,237,343 12 143
31 Another Year $3,205,706 6 236
32 Chloe $3,075,255 350 350
33 Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work $2,930,687 7 115
34 Letters to God $2,848,587 897 897
35 N-Secure $2,595,644 486 486
36 Never Let Me Go $2,434,652 4 232
37 Robot $2,276,427 100 100
38 L'illusionniste $2,231,474 3 206
39 Rabbit Hole $2,229,058 5 131
40 Un Prophète $2,087,720 9 83
41 Casino Jack $2,039,869 7 60
42 I Love You, Phillip Morris $2,037,459 7 100
43 Harry Brown $1,818,681 19 67
44 Stone $1,810,078 6 125
45 Somewhere $1,785,645 7 83
46 Flipped $1,755,212 45 442
47 Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky $1,725,982 3 74
48 Kites $1,685,269 207 217
49 Cairo Time $1,603,616 5 76
50 Raajneeti $1,514,557 124 124
51 The Joneses $1,475,746 193 217
52 Nowhere Boy $1,445,366 4 215
53 Restrepo $1,330,894 2 52
54 Dabangg $1,288,549 62 68
55 Micmacs $1,259,693 4 52
56 Housefull $1,183,658 82 82
57 Golmaal 3 $1,132,192 86 86
58 Mother and Child $1,110,509 4 119
59 Made in Dagenham $1,095,369 3 89
60 The Perfect Game $1,089,445 417 417
61 Tees Maar Khan $1,076,266 108 108
62 La Mission $1,062,941 15 47
63 Buried $1,044,143 11 107
64 Animal Kingdom $1,044,039 7 61
65 Guzaarish $1,026,589 108 108
66 2010 Oscar Shorts $1,018,169 95 95
67 Les sept jours du talion $1,011,919 43 43
68 Le Concert $926,009 2 21
69 Poema de Salvación $915,502 5 30
70 Princess Kaiulani $883,887 33 47
71 Anjaana Anjaani $854,757 91 91
72 I Hate Luv Storys $847,993 84 84
73 Le hérisson $828,801 15 38
74 What If... $814,906 23 82
75 The Tillman Story $798,940 4 28
76 Peepli Live $754,836 64 70
77 Middle Men $754,301 252 252
78 North Face $711,421 4 34
79 Raavan $708,726 120 120
80 The Secret of Kells $690,290 1 37
81 Pranzo di ferragosto $675,299 2 23
82 We Are Family $638,144 78 78
83 The Virginity Hit $636,706 700 700
84 Ajami $621,859 3 23
85 Agora $619,423 2 17
86 Vincere $619,162 2 36
87 Howl $617,334 6 29
88 Racing Dreams $615,028 33 33
89 All Good Things $582,024 2 35
90 Tamara Drewe $560,391 4 59
91 L'instinct de mort $551,697 28 34
92 Madeo $551,509 6 38
93 Ondine $550,472 5 39
94 The Art of the Steal $544,890 3 34
95 Jack Goes Boating $541,992 4 90
96 Khatta Meetha $541,904 83 83
97 Standing Ovation $531,806 625 625
98 Veer $527,193 92 92
99 Preacher's Kid $514,522 109 109
100 L'arnacouer $504,030 3 43

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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