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List of highest-grossing films in the Philippines

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Films in the Philippines derive income mainly from theatrical exhibitions as revenues from home video, television broadcast rights and merchandising share a small portion of the studio earnings. Even more, unlike in the United States and other territories, gross receipts of movies in the country were not officially disclosed in detail through the years. Third-party organizations that focus on box-office statistics were not present in the industry until the website Box Office Mojo started providing comprehensive weekly performance of releases in 2007. Although the website is a reliable source, it does not summarize the highest grosses of all-time for the reason that its scope is limited to the Metro Manila Film Festival, an annual event during December to January.

Local and foreign films

The table below shows the top ten highest-grossing films in the Philippines:

Color key
  •      – a Filipino film
Rank Title Year Domestic gross1 Reference(s)
1 Iron Man 3 2013 ₱625,843,853 [1]
2 The Avengers 2012 ₱601,105,508 [2]
3 Beauty and the Bestie 2015 ₱529,000,000 (est.) [3]
4 A Second Chance 2015 ₱480,000,000 (est.) [4]
5 The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin 2014 ₱456,000,000 (est.) [5]
6 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 2014 ₱443,159,830 [6]
7 Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy 2013 ₱436,044,343 [7]
8 Transformers: Age of Extinction 2014 ₱434,127,280 [8]
9 Spider-Man 3 2007 ₱419,724,927 [9]
10 Transformers: Dark of the Moon 2011 ₱415,805,953 [10]

Note: All figures are in Philippine Peso.

Foreign films

The table below shows the top ten highest-grossing foreign films in the Philippines:

Rank Title Year Domestic gross Reference(s)
1 Iron Man 3 2013 ₱625,843,853 [1]
2 The Avengers 2012 ₱601,105,508 [2]
3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 2014 ₱443,159,830 [6]
4 Transformers: Age of Extinction 2014 ₱434,127,280 [8]
5 Spider-Man 3 2007 ₱419,724,927 [9]
6 Transformers: Dark of the Moon 2011 ₱415,805,953 [10]
7 Man of Steel 2013 ₱388,565,537 [11]
8 Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2015 ₱385,525,594 [12]
9 Captain America: Civil War 2016 ₱362,000,000 [13]
10 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 2009 ₱357,893,803 [14]

Note: All figures are in Philippine Peso.

Local films

The table below shows the highest-grossing Filipino films in the Philippines that earned at least 200 million pesos:

Color key
Rank Title Year Domestic gross Reference(s)
1 Beauty and the Bestie 2015 ₱529,000,000 (est.) [15]
2 A Second Chance 2015 ₱480,000,000 (est.) [4]
3 The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin 2014 ₱456,000,000 (est.) [16]
4 Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy 2013 ₱436,044,343 [5]
5 Starting Over Again 2014 ₱410,000,000 (est.) [17]
6 It Takes A Man And A Woman 2013 ₱405,258,082 [18]
7 My Little Bossings 2013 ₱401,000,000 (est.)
8 Sisterakas 2012 ₱393,439,711 [19]
9 My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore 2015 ₱385,000,000 (est.) [20]
10 The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin 2011 ₱331,631,283 [21]
11 Bride for Rent 2014 ₱326,958,425 [22]
12 Crazy Beautiful You 2015 ₱322,000,000 (est.)
13 The Love Affair 2015 ₱300,000,000 (est.)
14 She's Dating the Gangster 2014 ₱296,000,000 (est.) [23]
15 No Other Woman 2011 ₱278,418,883 [21]
16 The Mistress 2012 ₱262,790,300 [24]
17 Enteng Ng Ina Mo 2011 ₱260,088,780 [25]
18 Heneral Luna 2015 ₱256,000,000 (est.) [20]
19 This Guy's in Love with U Mare! 2012 ₱250,540,701 [26]
20 Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay 2013 ₱240,100,000 (est.) [27]
21 You Changed My Life 2009 ₱232,209,842 [28]
22 Just the 3 of Us 2016 ₱229,000,000 (est.) [29]
23 Felix Manalo 2015 ₱225,813,447 [30]
24 Feng Shui 2 2014 ₱225,000,000 (est.)
25 You're My Boss 2015 ₱210,000,000 (est.)

Note: All figures are in Philippine Peso.

Box-office number-one films by year

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

Highest-grossing Filipino films by year

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

See also

References

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