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Box Office History for Magnolia Pictures

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
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Woman Thou Art Loosed Oct 1, 2004 Drama R $6,879,730 $9,859,838
2 I Am Not Your Negro Feb 3, 2017 Documentary PG-13 $7,123,919 $7,123,919
3 The World's Fastest Indian Dec 7, 2005 Drama PG-13 $5,128,124 $6,967,979
4 Ong-Bak Feb 11, 2005 Action R $4,563,167 $6,335,750
5 Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room Apr 22, 2005 Documentary Not Rated $4,071,700 $5,653,369
6 Io sono l’amore Jun 18, 2010 Drama R $5,005,465 $5,646,213
7 Food, Inc. Jun 12, 2009 Documentary PG $4,417,674 $5,242,305
8 Capturing the Friedmans May 30, 2003 Documentary Not Rated $3,117,985 $4,601,994
9 Two Lovers Feb 13, 2009 Drama R $3,149,034 $3,736,852
10 Control Room May 21, 2004 Documentary Not Rated $2,589,616 $3,711,362
11 Man on Wire Jul 25, 2008 Documentary PG-13 $2,962,242 $3,670,832
12 Melancholia Nov 11, 2011 Thriller/Suspense R $3,030,848 $3,399,408
13 The Lost City Apr 28, 2006 Drama R $2,484,186 $3,375,459
14 Jiro Dreams of Sushi Mar 9, 2012 Documentary PG $2,552,478 $2,853,901
15 Gwoemul Mar 9, 2007 Action R $2,201,923 $2,848,409
16 The Queen of Versailles Jul 20, 2012 Documentary PG $2,401,999 $2,685,646
17 Låt den rätte komma in Oct 24, 2008 Horror R $2,122,085 $2,596,673
18 Late Marriage May 17, 2002 Drama Not Rated $1,551,470 $2,376,603
19 Blackfish Jul 19, 2013 Documentary PG-13 $2,073,582 $2,269,972
20 Bollywood/Hollywood Oct 25, 2002 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $1,491,083 $2,265,700
21 Read My Lips Jul 5, 2002 Drama R $1,359,133 $2,081,968
22 A Ga ssi Oct 21, 2016 Drama Not Rated $2,006,788 $2,061,115
23 No End In Sight Jul 27, 2007 Documentary Not Rated $1,433,319 $1,854,146
24 En kongelig affære Nov 9, 2012 Drama R $1,546,761 $1,708,658
25 Banlieue 13 Jun 2, 2006 Action R $1,200,216 $1,630,827
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
2002 3 0.04% $4,072,550 700,953 $6,238,482 Late Marriage $1,551,470
2003 2 0.04% $3,447,121 571,661 $5,087,783 Capturing the Friedmans $3,117,985
2004 10 0.11% $10,476,759 1,687,074 $15,014,959 Woman Thou Art Loosed $6,879,730
2005 8 0.10% $9,193,188 1,434,190 $12,764,291 Ong-Bak $4,563,167
2006 17 0.12% $10,765,467 1,643,574 $14,627,809 The World's Fastest Indian $5,128,124
2007 23 0.07% $6,364,816 925,108 $8,233,461 Gwoemul $2,201,923
2008 21 0.10% $9,958,067 1,386,907 $12,343,472 Man on Wire $2,942,990
2009 28 0.12% $12,549,704 1,673,282 $14,892,210 Food, Inc. $4,417,674
2010 23 0.08% $8,692,474 1,101,696 $9,805,094 Io sono l’amore $5,005,465
2011 21 0.07% $6,802,884 857,857 $7,634,927 Melancholia $2,517,506
2012 25 0.11% $11,813,717 1,484,124 $13,208,704 Jiro Dreams of Sushi $2,552,478
2013 31 0.07% $7,090,994 872,184 $7,762,438 Blackfish $2,073,582
2014 33 0.05% $5,187,233 634,894 $5,650,557 Turist $1,158,170
2015 26 0.06% $7,281,968 863,803 $7,687,847 Iris $1,310,678
2016 30 0.06% $6,580,241 760,706 $6,770,283 A Ga ssi $1,880,285
2017 20 0.10% $10,205,503 1,146,677 $10,205,425 I Am Not Your Negro $7,123,919

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

December, 2017

December 15 Permanent (Limited) Comedy    
 
December 27 In The Fade (Limited) Drama    

January, 2018

January 19 The Final Year (Limited) Documentary    
 
January 26 Please Stand By (Limited) Drama    
 

March, 2018

Winter 2018 The China Hustle (Limited) Documentary    

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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