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Compiled list of the Top profitable movies of all time

Compiled list of the Top profitable films of all time, repeatedly cover the costs of their production.

Compiled list of the Top profitable movies of all time

Rating was Snbc.com resource. It is noteworthy that in order to become the most profitable film, not enough to be simply cash. For example, "Toy Story 3" has earned more than $ 600 million, but the $ 200-million budget has allowed the most grossing film of 2015 only to triple investment in worldwide box office. Even the legendary "Titanic" has returned 900% in just a piggy bank founders, writes Topnews.ru

First place in the ranking took the "My Big FatGreek Wedding "(2002) with a budget of $ 6 million in gross revenue of the film made $ 369 million. Thus, the profit from investments accounted for 6 150%.

In second place - "Alien" (1982). Budget: $ 25 million, gross income: $ 793 million, profit from capital investment: 3172%.

The third line took "Slumdog Millionaire" (2008). With a budget of $ 15 of gross income of the film made $ 378 million, while profit from investments - 2520%.

In fourth place was the film "Pretty Woman" (1990) with a budget of $ 23 million and a gross income of $ 463 million. At the same time profit from investments accounted for 2013%.

Closes first "Grease" five (1978). The budget picture - $ 20 million in gross revenue - $ 394 million, profit from capital investments - 1975%.

The Top 15 most profitable films of all time are also included:

6. "Star Wars" (1977) - return on investment: 1.938%, budget: $ 40 million, gross income: $ 775 million.

7. "American Beauty" (1999) - return on investment: 1780% Budget: $ 20 million, gross income: $ 356 million.

8. "The Passion of the Christ" (2004) - return on investment: 1.749%, budget: $ 35 million, gross income: $ 612 million.

9. "Home Alone" (1990) - return on investment: 1.590%, budget: $ 30 million, gross income: $ 477 million.

10. "Ghost" (1990) - return on investment: 1.446%, budget: $ 35 million, gross income: $ 506 million.

11. "Jaws" (1975) - return on investment: 1.308%, budget: $ 36 million, gross income: $ 471 million.

12. "The Hangover" (2015) - return on investment: 1.297%, budget: $ 36 million, gross income: $ 467 million.

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