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Ranking

Weekend of 8 - 10 Jun 2001

1. Shrek
2. Pearl Harbor
3. The Mummy Returns
4.  Visible Secrets
5. Spot
6. Spy Kids
7. Nurse Betty
8. La Belle
9. Scout Man
10. About Adam
  Updated on 13 Jun 2001
 

The ranking is compiled by the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association.

Ranking

Weekend of 1 - 3 Jun 2001

1. Pearl Harbor
2. The Mummy Returns
3. Spot
4.  Sky Kids
5. La Belle
6. About Adam
7. Driven
8. Sugar And Spice
9. Enemy At The Gates
10. Someone Like You
  Updated on 6 Jun 2001
 

The ranking is compiled by the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association.

Ranking

Weekend of 20 - 22 Apr 2001

1. The Mexican
2. The Crimson Rivers
3. Goodbye Mr Cool
4.  Master Q 2001
5. Valentine
6. Exit Wounds
7. Malena
8. Taxi 2
9. Get Over It
10. Antitrust
  Updated on 26 Apr 2001
 

The ranking is compiled by the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association.

Ranking

Weekend of 13 - 15 Apr 2001

1. The Mexican
2. Master Q 2001
3. Valentine
4.  Exit Wounds
5. Anti-Trust
6. Taxi 2
7. Malena
8. Get Over It
9. 15 Minutes
10. Billy Elliot
  Updated on 19 Apr 2001
 

The ranking is compiled by the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association.

Ranking

Weekend of 6 - 8 Apr 2001

1. Valentine
2. 15 Minutes
3. Antitrust
4.  Remember The Titans
5. Get Over It
6. Snatch
7. Billy Elliot
8. Chocolat
9. Traffic
10. II Mare
  Updated on 12 Apr 2001
 

The ranking is compiled by the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association.

Top Ten Movies in 2001

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     2001

  The Economic Development Board (EDB) has joined forces with an Indian multimedia company to make an animated film about Buddha. The S$11-million 90-minute production entitled Buddha, due to be finished next year, will be the first full-length animated film to be co-produced here. (Straits Times 7 Jun 2001)

  Cinema operators must pay a licencing fee before they screen films that contain music and songs. This ruling was made on 20 Mar 2001 in a test case which found that United Artists had infringed the copyright of three composers and an artist when it screened blockbuster hits Titanic and Jerry Mcguire. United Artists had refused to pay a licensing fee to the Composers and Authors Society of Singapore (Compass) before the shows were shown in 1997 and 1998 in its Beach Road and Bugis Junction theatres. Yesterday, Justice S Rajendran ruled in favour of Compass and awarded it costs. (Straits Times 21 Mar 2001)

 

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Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of 2000

1. M:I-2 (Mission Impossible-2)  S$2.99 million
2. X-Men  S$2.75 million*
3. Charlie's Angels  S$2.4 million
4. Dinosaur  S$2.3 million
5. Hollow Man  S$2.21 million
6. Gladiator  S$2.08 million
7. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon  S$2 million
8. Shanghai Noon  S$1.8 million
9. What Lies Beneath  S$1.78million*
10. Tokyo Raiders  S$1.72 million
*Estimated takings

 

Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of All Time

1.Titanic (1997) S$6.65 million

2.The Lost World (1997) S$6.42 million 

3.Money No Enough (1998) S$6.02 million

4.Jurassic Park (1993) S$5.56 million

5.Independence Day (1996) S$4.72 million

6.Twister (1996) S$3.89 million

7.Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) S$3.83 million

8.CIA: First Strike (1996) S$3.78 million

9.Mission: Impossible (1996) S$3.76 million

10.Mr Nice Guy (1997) S$3.66 million