One final note: this chart is updated in real time as we get numbers from the studios and track DVD sales. The movies not yet on DVD will climb this chart further in the months to come. In particular, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I might yet have a shot at number one.
Umm, no offense, but there are a lot of crappy and irrelevant movies in here. Take for example this “next big thing to Harry Potter”: Twilight is #2 and low and behold, Valentine’s Day, a rip-off of one of my favorite films of all time, which is Love Actually, produced millions but in the end, everyone hated it so. Sex and the City earned so much but unfortunately, their spotlights have faded.
On the other hand, I’d like to give credit to some (meaning around 10) movies here that really deserve to be part of this list 🙂 We have: Toy Story 3 at #1, Alice in Wonderland, Deathly Hallows Part 1, Inception, Iron Man 2, Shrek Forever After, Shutter Island, The Social Network, Easy A and Kick-Ass 🙂 x