100. Furious 7 (2015)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $376,330,019
> Worldwide gross: $1,615,146,121
> Production budget: $202,553,206
> Starring: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson
There have been nine movies released in the Fast and Furious franchise, which focuses largely on street racing and stars Vin Diesel. In “Furious 7,” the brother of a terrorist defeated by the Fast and Furious crew seeks revenge. The film holds an 82% Freshness score among Rotten Tomatoes critics. It is the most successful of the nine Fast and Furious films.
99. Ghost (1990)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $377,350,116
> Worldwide gross: $876,835,846
> Production budget: $38,145,719
> Starring: Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg
“Ghost” combines supernatural elements, comedy, romance, and crime in a simple formula that is “lethally effective,” according to Peter Bradshaw from The Guardian. A movie about a slain man’s spirit staying behind to save his girlfriend from danger, “Ghost” was nominated for five Oscars, winning two, including for original screenplay. The award for Best Actress in Supporting Role went to Whoopi Goldberg, her only one so far.
98. Inside Out (2015)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $380,012,960
> Worldwide gross: $914,273,120
> Production budget: $186,562,163
> Starring: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black
Pixar’s “Inside Out” — about a young girl whose emotions, including joy, fear, anger, disgust, and sadness, are manifested as characters — is extremely popular among critics, earning a 98% Freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie benefits from comedic voice actors such as Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling, and it won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film in 2016.
97. Deadpool (2016)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $383,051,262
> Worldwide gross: $825,680,966
> Production budget: $61,191,863
> Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller
“Deadpool” is one of the most financially successful movies in the X-Men franchise, grossing more than $383 million domestically. The film is fast paced, R rated, and filled with self-aware jokes, giving it an edge that resonated with many viewers who also flocked to its sequel two years later. The film holds a Freshness score of 85% among Rotten Tomatoes critics, and 90% of audiences liked it.
96. Transformers (2007)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $383,533,253
> Worldwide gross: $852,625,047
> Production budget: $180,205,713
> Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel
The first of six Transformers movies is not only the biggest winner at the box office, but also the biggest winner among critics, impressing 58% of them. Among viewers, the movie, about an ancient war between Cybertronian races, scores much higher with 85% liking the movie. “Transformers” was nominated for three Oscars, including for visual effects.
95. Alice in Wonderland (2010)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $383,587,353
> Worldwide gross: $1,177,039,731
> Production budget: $229,561,674
> Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, who collaborated on eight films, teamed up in this dark version of the famous fantasy book about the adventures of 19-year-old Alice to end the reign of the Red Queen. The movie, which impressed with visual effects and costumes, got mixed reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Overall, only 51% of critics and 55% of fans liked it.
94. The Jungle Book (2016)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $384,032,879
> Worldwide gross: $1,019,741,934
> Production budget: $184,630,622
> Starring: Neel Sethi, Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley
Director Jon Favreau’s vision of the man-cub Mowgli is about self-discovery. As much as “The Jungle Book” is a big hit among viewers, critics love it even more, with 94% giving it positive reviews. Christopher Orr from The Atlantic calls it “a movie nearly devoid of human beings, yet one bursting with humanity.”
93. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $384,863,129
> Worldwide gross: $712,642,441
> Production budget: $59,907,446
> Starring: Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan
The sequel to “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981) proved a financial success. It was the second-highest grossing film at the domestic box office of all movies in 1984, behind only “Ghostbusters.” The Steven Spielberg-directed flick won one Oscar for Best Visual Effects in 1985.
92. Shrek the Third (2007)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $387,706,518
> Worldwide gross: $977,156,325
> Production budget: $192,219,427
> Starring: Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy
As the previous two movies from the Shrek franchise, the third installment, too, was a financial success. It was the second biggest winner at the box office in 2007, behind only “Spider-Man 3.” The third of four Shrek movies was not a hit among critics, impressing only 41% of them. Critics on Rotten Tomatoes call it “boring,” “time-passer, nothing more,” and much worse than the prequels.
91. The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
> Domestic gross in 2019 dollars: $388,657,303
> Worldwide gross: $923,636,249
> Production budget: $79,127,409
> Starring: Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart
“The Secret Life of Pets,” a movie about what’s really going on with pets when their owners are away, was the second-highest grossing animated film in 2016 behind “Finding Dory.” The Illumination-produced animation has a score of 73% from critics and 62% from viewers.