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Box Office History for Miramax

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2018 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2018, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Good Will Hunting Dec 5, 1997 Drama R $138,433,435 $265,081,880
2 Chicago Dec 27, 2002 Musical PG-13 $170,687,518 $254,428,847
3 Scream Dec 20, 1996 Horror R $103,046,663 $204,319,898
4 Scream 2 Dec 12, 1997 Horror R $101,363,301 $197,428,929
5 Shakespeare in Love Dec 11, 1998 Romantic Comedy R $100,317,794 $178,529,148
6 The English Patient Nov 15, 1996 Drama R $78,716,374 $155,941,333
7 The Others Aug 10, 2001 Horror PG-13 $96,522,687 $152,969,698
8 Scream 3 Feb 4, 2000 Horror R $89,138,076 $148,342,954
9 The Aviator Dec 17, 2004 Drama PG-13 $102,608,827 $145,009,836
10 Cold Mountain Dec 25, 2003 Drama R $95,632,614 $140,021,835
11 Gangs of New York Dec 20, 2002 Drama R $77,730,500 $118,280,967
12 Chocolat Dec 15, 2000 Drama PG-13 $71,309,760 $113,349,414
13 Bridget Jones's Diary Apr 13, 2001 Romantic Comedy R $71,500,556 $113,314,485
14 She's All That Jan 29, 1999 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $63,465,522 $112,064,112
15 Halloween: H2O Aug 5, 1998 Horror R $55,041,738 $105,271,723
16 Kill Bill: Volume 1 Oct 10, 2003 Action R $70,098,138 $104,256,229
17 La vita è bella Oct 23, 1998 Drama PG-13 $57,598,247 $103,379,313
18 The Cider House Rules Dec 10, 1999 Drama PG-13 $57,547,209 $96,196,343
19 Kill Bill: Volume 2 Apr 16, 2004 Action R $66,207,920 $95,633,655
20 No Country for Old Men Nov 9, 2007 Action R $74,273,505 $95,228,453
21 Cop Land Aug 15, 1997 Drama R $44,906,632 $87,758,704
22 Shall We Dance? Oct 15, 2004 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $57,887,882 $83,582,559
23 Serendipity Oct 5, 2001 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $50,255,310 $79,644,899
24 Jet Li's Hero Aug 27, 2004 Action PG-13 $53,652,140 $77,497,535
25 Jackie Brown Dec 25, 1997 Drama R $39,673,162 $77,011,074
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 38 3.51% $186,292,656 42,825,880 $384,148,144 Pulp Fiction $44,268,548
1996 40 4.21% $243,647,983 55,123,957 $494,461,894 Scream $39,129,829
1997 33 6.66% $423,765,378 92,323,596 $828,142,656 Scream 2 $85,520,969
1998 40 5.83% $394,840,826 84,187,789 $755,164,467 Good Will Hunting $130,828,794
1999 38 4.31% $316,431,179 62,289,586 $558,737,586 Shakespeare in Love $90,829,322
2000 26 4.08% $307,559,739 57,061,164 $511,838,641 Scream 3 $89,138,076
2001 33 5.29% $442,201,348 78,127,433 $700,803,074 The Others $96,522,687
2002 32 2.72% $248,930,830 42,845,220 $384,321,623 Gangs of New York $47,082,059
2003 27 4.42% $406,528,477 67,417,643 $604,736,258 Chicago $161,445,985
2004 21 3.92% $363,638,451 58,556,905 $525,255,438 Kill Bill: Volume 2 $66,207,920
2005 17 1.99% $175,851,244 27,433,882 $246,081,922 The Aviator $71,067,437
2006 9 0.50% $45,880,724 7,004,686 $62,832,033 The Queen $28,196,606
2007 8 1.21% $117,947,277 17,143,496 $153,777,159 No Country for Old Men $44,759,744
2008 10 0.87% $84,793,809 11,809,719 $105,933,179 No Country for Old Men $29,513,761
2009 8 0.51% $54,736,063 7,298,138 $65,464,298 Adventureland $16,044,025
2010 2 0.27% $27,990,098 3,547,540 $31,821,434 The Switch $27,758,465
2011 1 0.00% $46,310 5,839 $52,376 The Tempest $46,310
2017 1 0.00% $9,597 1,069 $9,589 Pelle erobreren $9,597
2018 1 0.00% $26,331 2,935 $26,327 Belle de Jour $26,331

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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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