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The Domestic Top 10 of 2004 27 Jan 2005 13:08 #9717

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As listed in Variety Magazine.

1. Shrek 2
$436,722,000
2. Spiner-Man 2
$373,378,000
3. The Passion of the Christ
$370,275,000
4. The Incredibles
$251,657,000
5. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
$249,367,000
6. The Day After Tomorrow
$186,741,000
7. The Bourne Supremacy
$176,088,000
8. Meet the Fockers
$162,461,000
9. Sharks Tale
$160,762,000
10. The Polar Express
$155,112,000
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Re: The Domestic Top 10 of 2004 27 Jan 2005 13:36 #9718

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Thanks for posting this, it helps me put things into perspective.50% of the films on this list were rated PG or G which is our bread and butter market. We ran everything on the list except Passion of the Christ. (We don't choose to run many R rated movies and we stayed out of the circus atmosphere for this one. We can't compete against the group booking departments of the major chains which are our competitors so we wouldn't have done as well with this one as most of you in less competitive areas). We did well with all the PG-13s on this list as well. Probably, a good part of our 20% increase in grosses from the year before was due to the better mix of movies for our customers.
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