15 Top-Grossing Pinoy Films of All Time
(As of October 2008)
(Star Cinema, 2006) P186.41 million
2. A VERY SPECIAL LOVE
(Star Cinema/Viva Films, 2008) P179.23 million
3. ANG TANGING INA
(Star Cinema, 2003) P177.82 million
4. ANG CUTE NG INA MO
(Star Cinema, 2007) P165.99 million
(Star Cinema, 2006) P162.37million
(Star Cinema, 2000) P159.31million
7. ONE MORE CHANCE
(Star Cinema, 2007) P152.79 million
(Star Cinema, 2008) 140 million
9. A LOVE STORY
(Star Cinema, 2007) P139.61 million
10. FOR THE FIRST TIME *
(Star Cinema, 2008) P132.76 million
11. DON’T GIVE UP ON US
(Star Cinema, 2006) P129.06 million
12. ENTENG KABISOTE 3
(OctoArts, 2006) P128 million
13. SAKAL, SAKALI, SAKLOLO
(Star Cinema,2007) P122.90 million
14. YOU ARE THE ONE
(Star Cinema) P113.73 million
15. ISUSUMBONG KITA SA TATAY KO
(Star Cinema, 1994) P104 million
* 5 weeks figure. This is not yet final.
Note: Figures are based from the period ending Sept. 21 tally of Box Office Mojo. Later box-office reports are not yet posted.
Sukob remains the highest-grossing local movie in Philippine history. A Very Special Love failed to break the record by P7 million. Contrary to the reports that A Very Special Love has surpassed the P200 million barrier, it ended it’s run with just P179.23 million. But the Sarah-John Lloyd romantic comedy is still the no. 1 movie of 2008.
Currently Showing As of September 21, 2008:
I.T.A.L.Y.‘s gross as of its 2nd week run is P18,181,789.00. For the First Time‘s gross as of it’s 5th week is P132,762,874.00.