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Mid Year 2003 Top-renting titles

Top-renting titles (combined VHS and DVD, all editions)

Rank Title Label/distributor Release date Revenue (mils.)
1 The Bourne Identity Universal Jan. 21 $74.80
2 Signs Buena Vista Jan. 7 $74.09
3 My Big Fat Greek Wedding HBO/Warner Feb. 11 $69.55
4 Sweet Home Alabama Buena Vista Feb. 4 $69.01
5 The Ring DreamWorks/Universal March 4 $59.72
6 XXX Columbia Dec. 31, 2002 $58.41
7 Catch Me If You Can DreamWorks/Universal May 6 $55.25
8 Maid in Manhattan Columbia March 25 $53.82
9 Barbershop MGM Jan. 1 $53.76
10 Road to Perdition DreamWorks/Universal Feb. 25 $52.28
11 One Hour Photo Fox Feb. 18 $50.95
12 Two Weeks Notice Warner April 29 $48.35
13 Minority Report DreamWorks/Universal Dec. 17, 2002 $46.12
14 Unfaithful Fox Dec. 17, 2002 $42.02
15 The Banger Sisters Fox Jan. 28 $41.84
16 I-Spy Columbia March 11 $41.15
17 8 Mile Universal March 18 $40.46
18 Ghost Ship Warner March 28 $38.82
19 About a Boy Universal Jan. 14 $38.81
20 Blood Work Warner Dec. 27, 2002 $37.97
21 Red Dragon Universal April 1 $37.19
22 The Recruit Buena Vista May 27 $32.92
23 The Good Girl Fox Jan. 7 $32.68
24 Drumline Fox April 15 $32.24
25 The Master of Disguise Columbia Jan. 28 $31.45
26 The Hot Chick Buena Vista May 13 $31.06
27 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Warner April 11 $30.79
28 Jackass: The Movie Paramount March 25 $30.55
29 The Tuxedo DreamWorks/Universal Feb. 25 $30.00
30 Darkness Falls Columbia April 22 $29.17
31 City by the Sea Warner Feb. 18 $28.90
32 Die Another Day MGM June 3 $28.63
33 Swimfan Fox March 11 $27.99
34 The Transporter Fox April 15 $27.81
35 Blue Crush Universal Jan. 14 $27.53
36 Half Past Dead Columbia March 4 $26.93
37 Old School DreamWorks/Universal June 10 $26.35
38 Friday After Next New Line/Warner March 25 $26.33
39 National Security Columbia May 27 $26.16
40 Undercover Brother Universal Jan. 14 $26.09
41 Analyze That Warner May 13 $25.14
42 Fear Dot Com Warner Jan. 14 $24.82
43 Antwone Fisher Fox May 20 $22.58
44 Knockaround Guys New Line/Warner Feb. 25 $22.52
45 Trapped Columbia Dec. 24, 2002 $21.72
46 Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams Miramax/Buena Vista Feb. 18 $21.28
47 About Schmidt New Line/Warner June 3 $21.08
48 K-19: The Widowmaker Paramount Dec. 10, 2002 $20.80
49 Tears of the Sun Columbia June 10 $20.34
50 White Oleander Warner March 11 $20.26
51 Formula 51 Columbia Feb. 4 $18.60
52 Just Married Fox June 17 $18.57
53 Eye See You Columbia Dec. 31, 2002 $18.44
54 Serving Sara Paramount Jan. 28 $17.70
55 Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever Warner Dec. 24, 2002 $17.58
56 Mr. Deeds Columbia Oct. 22, 2002 $17.41
57 Austin Powers in Goldmember New Line/Warner Dec. 3, 2002 $17.41
58 Men in Black II Columbia Nov. 26, 2002 $17.27
59 Stealing Harvard Columbia Feb. 18 $17.00
60 The Sum of All Fears Paramount Oct. 29, 2002 $16.94

Source: VSDA VidTrac

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