Kimmy Dora’s Final Gross is P80 Million

Dubbed as the funniest movie of the year, Kimmy Dora ended its 6-week run on a high note.

Spring Films, the producer of Kimmy Dora, released the final gross of the movie without fear. And who should be ashamed of P80 million? for an independent film produced by a group of new players in movie production, 80 million pesos for 6 weeks is a remarkable feat!

Vilma Santos‘ comeback movie, In My Life, is assured of the second spot in this year’s list of top-grossing films. Estimates have it that In My Life already outgrossed Best Friends Forever (BFF), the current second placer this year. The Ai Ai delas Alas and Sharon Cuneta starrer registered P107.68 million at the box office and that’s the figure In My Life needs to beat in order to place second behind the no. 1 movie of the year, You Changed My Life.

Kimmy Dora is now resting in the no. 5 slot besting Love Me Again, When I Met U and Sundo. It’s the top-grossing independent film this year and perhaps the top-grossing independent movie of all time.

(As of October 19, 2009)

1. You Changed My Life – P230,436,128.00
(Star Cinema/Viva Films)

2. Best Friends Forever (BFF) – P107,688,171
(Star Cinema)

3. In My Life – P100,000.00+ *
(Star Cinema)

4. T2: Tenement 2 – P84,185,443.00
(Star Cinema)

5. Kimmy Dora – P80 million
(Spring Films)

6. Love Me Again – P66,894,944.00
(Star Cinema)

7. When I Met U – P65,766,980.00
(GMA Films/Regal Films)

8. Sundo – P50,079,566
(GMA Films)

9. Villa Estrella – P47,180,680
(Star Cinema)

10. And I Love You So – P36,305,372.00
(Star Cinema)

Leaving the Top 10 are OMG (Oh, My Girl!) with P22,469,990.00 and Status: Single (Viva Films) with P11,474,834.00.

* still running in theaters

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