Top Grossing Filipino Films for 2013
Here are the results off boxofficemojo as of December 4-8, 2013. Conversion is set at $1=P42...
- It Takes a Man and a Woman $9,141,744 (P383,953,248)
- Four Sisters and a Wedding $3,351,356 (P140,756,952)
- She's the One $3,189,636 (P133,964,712)
- Bakit Hindi ka Crush ng Crush Mo? $2,352,001 (P98,784,042)
- Bromance $1,764,028 (P74,089,176)
- A Moment in Time $1,588,999 (P66,737,958)
- Must Be Love $1,489,456 (P62,557,152)
- Momzillas $1,284,220 (P53,937,240)
- Call Center Girl $1,142,624 (P47,990,208)
- Kung Fu Divas $764,074 (P32,091,108)
- Status: It's Complicated $578,612 (P24,301,704)
- Tuhog $578,482 (P24,296,244)
- My Lady Boss $449,509 (P18,879,378)
- Bekikang: Ang Nanay kong Beki $318,095 (P13,359,990)
- On The Job $308,270 (P12,947,340)
- The Bride and the Lover $253,439 (P10,644,438)
- Raketeros $106,256 (P4,462,752)
As of November 27–December 1, Call Center Girl enters the Box Office chart with $776,965 (P32,632,530). The film is still showing in select cinemas as of posting date, December 10th. As of Dec 1-4 update, earnings for the movie has gone up to $1,142,624 (P47,990,208).
As of November 20–24, Status: It's Complicated climbs another notch with $578,612 (P24,301,704).
As of November 13-17, Status: It's Complicated climbs a notch with $542,132 (P22,769,544).
On November 6-10, She's the One moved up over Bakit Hindi ka Crush ng Crush Mo? with $3,141,536 (P131,944,512). New entries are Status: It's Complicated $362,837 (P15,239,154) and Bekikang: Ang Nanay kong Beki $318,095 (P13,359,990).
As of October 23-27, She's the One registered $2,231,925 (P93,740,850). The film opened on October 16. Meanwhile, it was announced on ASAP that as of October 27, the film has already reached the 100M mark which Star Cinema usually uses as a benchmark for their box-office hits. Close enough I guess.
Bekikang, which opened on October 23rd, did not make it to the box-office list.
As of October 9–13, Kung Fu Divas which opened on October 2, 2013, entered the boxofficemojo list with only $764,074 (P32,091,108). This is despite the online hype and mostly positive critic reviews. Personally, I think the film is overrated. The panty scenes are vomit-inducing; the hair effects, overly done. This cements further the fact that Marian, who is very popular on television, has minimal (or at least inconsistent) box-office draw. Her biggest blockbuster to date is 2008's My Bestfriend's Girlfriend. The film is still showing in cinemas as of October 23, however, so the numbers may still improve.
As of September 25-29, Momzillas which opened on September 18, entered the blockbuster list at #7 with $975,046 (P40,951,932). Total earnings increased to $1,284,220 (P53,937,240) as of October 2-6, 2013.
Star Cinema's critically-acclaimed film, On the Job, registered a weak P12,947,340 as of September 11-15, 2013. Ekstra, which was released just days ahead, is non-existent in the box-office list. Now if you hear pa-sosyal Pinoys saying that they don't watch Filipino movies because none of them are good, please slap them with this data. The reason major studios seldom produce quality films is because when they do, only a fraction of society actually watches it. But when they just come up with romcoms and Wenn Deramas comedies, people flock to the cinemas.
As of August 11, 2013 Abs-Cbn announced that Bakit Hindi ka Crush ng Crush Mo has already grossed over 100M. Per box-officemojo data, the film has grossed P98,784,042 ($1=P42) as of September 11-15, 2013.
Per several press releases and blog posts published on the second week of June 2013, It Takes A Man and a Woman has already surpassed the 400M mark. The figures above may not coincide with studio press releases though as their figures include earnings from international screenings.