List of highest-grossing films in the Philippines

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Highest grossing films[edit]

The following are the top ten highest grossing films that were released in the Philippines:

RankFilmStudio(s)YearDomestic gross1Source
1.Iron Man 3Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2013₱ 625,843,853[1]
2.The AvengersWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2012₱ 601,105,508[2]
3.The Amazing Spider-Man 2Columbia Pictures2014₱ 443,159,830[3]
4.Transformers: Age of ExtinctionParamount Pictures2014₱ 434,127,280[4]
5.Girl, Boy, Bakla, TomboyStar Cinema, Viva Films2013₱ 429,147,428[5]
6.Spider-Man 3Columbia Pictures2007₱ 419,724,927[6]
7.Transformers: Dark of the MoonParamount Pictures2011₱ 415,805,953[7]
8.It Takes A Man And A Woman (film)Star Cinema, Viva Films2014₱ 399,677,049 [8][9]
9.My Little BossingsOctoArts Films, APT Entertainment2013₱ 393,000,000 (est.)[10]
10.SisterakasStar Cinema, Viva Films2013₱ 391,000,000 (est.)[11]

Foreign films[edit]

The following are the top ten highest grossing foreign films:

RankFilmStudio(s)YearDomestic grossSource
1.Iron Man 3Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2013₱ 625,843,853[1]
2.The AvengersWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2012₱ 601,105,508[2]
3.The Amazing Spider-Man 2Columbia Pictures2014₱ 443,159,830[3]
4.Transformers: Age of ExtinctionParamount Pictures2014₱ 434,127,280[4]
5.Spider-Man 3Columbia Pictures2007₱ 419,724,927[6]
6.Transformers: Dark of the MoonParamount Pictures2011₱ 415,805,953[7]
7.Man of SteelWarner Bros. Pictures2013₱ 388,565,537[12]
8.Transformers: Revenge of the FallenParamount Pictures2009₱ 357,893,803[13]
9.Thor: The Dark WorldWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2013₱ 352,796,371[14]
10.MaleficentWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures2014₱ 352,197,395[15]

Local films[edit]

The following are Filipino films in the top twenty list that at least earned 150 million pesos:

RankFilmDirectorStudio(s)YearDomestic gross1Source
1.Girl, Boy, Bakla, TomboyWenn V. DeramasStar Cinema, Viva Films2013₱ 429,127,128 (est.)[5]
2.Starting Over AgainOlivia M. LamasanStar Cinema2014₱ 410,708,250[16]
3.My Little BossingsMarlon RiveraOctoArts Films, APT Entertainment2013₱ 393,000,000 (est.)[10]
5.SisterakasWenn V. DeramasStar Cinema, Viva Films2012₱ 391,000,000 (est.)[11]
5.It Takes A Man And A Woman (film)Cathy Garcia MolinaStar Cinema, Viva Films2013₱ 372,677,049 [17][9]
6.Bride for RentMae CruzStar Cinema2014₱ 334,000,000 (est.)[18]
7.The Unkabogable Praybeyt BenjaminWenn V. DeramasStar Cinema, Viva Films2011₱ 331,631,283[19]
8.No Other WomanRuel S. BayaniStar Cinema, Viva Films2011₱ 278,418,883[20]
9.The MistressOlivia M. LamasanStar Cinema2012₱ 262,790,300[21]
10.She's Dating the GangsterCathy Garcia-MolinaStar Cinema2014₱ 254,426,481[22]
11.This Guy's in Love with U Mare!Wenn V. DeramasStar Cinema, Viva Films2012₱ 249,105,182[23]
12.Enteng Ng Ina MoTony Y. ReyesStar Cinema, OctoArts Films2011₱ 237,879,179[24]
13.You Changed My LifeCathy Garcia-MolinaStar Cinema, Viva Films2009₱ 232,312,842[25]
14.SukobChito S. RoñoStar Cinema2006₱ 210,000,000 (est.)[26]
15.One More TryRuel S. BayaniStar Cinema2012₱ 205,000,000 (est.)[11]
16.Pagpag: Siyam na BuhayFrasco S. MortizStar Cinema, Regal Films2013₱ 200,000,000 (est.)[27]
17.Kasal, Kasali, KasaloJose Javier ReyesStar Cinema2006₱ 190,000,000 (est.)[26]
18.Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!)Wenn V. DeramasStar Cinema2010₱ 188,000,000 (est.)[28]
19.Ang Tanging InaWenn V. DeramasStar Cinema2003₱ 185,000,000 (est.)[26]
20.A Very Special LoveCathy Garcia-MolinaStar Cinema, Viva Films2008₱ 179,235,324[29]

Local independent films[edit]

The following are top five Filipino independent films that at least earned 30 million pesos:

RankFilmStudio(s)YearDomestic grossSource
1.Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa KiyemeSpring Films2009₱ 77,460,382[30]
2.Bromance: My Brother's RomanceSkylight Films2013₱ 73,848,739[31]
3.Corazon: Ang Unang AswangSkylight Films2012₱ 51,413,960[32]
4.Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si RemingtonOrigin8Media2011₱ 32,286,199[33]
5.Ang Babae Sa Septic TankQuantum Films2011₱ 30,264,777[34]

Box-office films by year[edit]

The following are the highest grossing box-office films (local and foreign films combined) per year:

Filipino films by year[edit]

The following are the highest grossing box-office Filipino films per year:

References[edit]

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