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Box Office History for Yari Film Group Releasing

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 The Illusionist Aug 18, 2006 Drama PG-13 $39,868,642 $54,592,263
2 The Perfect Holiday Dec 12, 2007 Romantic Comedy PG $5,812,781 $7,572,734
3 Kickin It Old Skool Apr 27, 2007 Comedy PG-13 $4,500,147 $5,867,196
4 Resurrecting the Champ Aug 24, 2007 Drama PG-13 $3,172,382 $4,136,085
5 The Final Season Oct 12, 2007 Drama PG $1,159,691 $1,511,974
6 Papa: Hemingway in Cuba Apr 29, 2016 Drama R $1,115,615 $1,156,879
7 First Snow Mar 23, 2007 Drama R $214,864 $280,133
8 Haven Apr 28, 2006 Drama R $142,483 $195,124
9 Christmas in Wonderland Nov 9, 2007 Adventure PG $78,566 $98,150
10 Gray Matters Feb 23, 2007 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $71,561 $93,297
11 Nothing But the Truth Dec 19, 2008 Drama R $3,500 $4,368
12 Shortcut to Happiness Jul 13, 2007 Drama PG-13 $0 $0
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
2006 2 0.44% $39,912,715 6,093,544 $54,659,090 The Illusionist $39,770,232
2007 7 0.15% $14,922,643 2,168,986 $19,455,804 The Perfect Holiday $5,705,588
2008 3 0.00% $189,259 26,358 $236,431 The Perfect Holiday $107,193
2016 1 0.01% $1,115,615 128,972 $1,156,879 Papa: Hemingway in Cuba $1,115,615

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

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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