What are the top 10 adjusted grossing movies of Angelina Jolie?

If you are someone that are also curious about what are the best Angelina Jolie films that rank at the box office and which one take home most of the awards and nominations, then you are one with us. Below are the top movies of Jolie that rank best based on the adjusted inflation.



  1. Salt, 2010 – $132,300,400

This film is an action thriller movie where Jolie played was Evelyn Salt that was indicted of being a sleeper agent of Russian and go off the run to attempt on clearing her name. Salt grossed $132 million at the box office worldwide and gained positive reviews generally, with admirations for the action sceneries and with Jolie’s performance, but still there are drawing criticism about the writing, and reviewers find the plot convoluted and implausible.



  1. Kung Fu Panda 3 – $148,649,700

This is a 3D computer-animated comedy-action martial arts movie and the third episode of Kung Fu Panda. Here, Po entered into the panda community and has been re-united with his real father and the rest of the other pandas, but there are troubles that arise when a wicked spirit warrior known as Kai, returned to the mortal kingdom and sneak chi from the masters of kung fu. To stop Kai from getting chi from all the kung fu masters and the other pandas, Po creates the panda army to fight Kai’s jade gofer and Po should become the master of chi and will beat him and rescue his friends. The movie received positive reviews worldwide against the $145 million dollar budget.


  1. Wanted, 2008- $166,543,300

The film is an American-German thriller-action movie from the comic book mini-series with identical title. The storyline followed McAvoy played as Wesley Gibson, a bothered account manager that discovered that he was the son of the expert murderer and settles on joining with the Fraternity, a secret association where his father worked. Wanted gained both the commercial and critical success with its box office earnings worldwide and the reviews praising its’ stylized action and fast pacing scenes.


  1. Gone in 60 Seconds, 2000 – $167,654,100

This is an American action heist movie that was shot throughout Long Beach, California and Los Angeles. In year 1995, Denice Halicki entered into a license agreement to create the remake with Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney. The movie trailer was one of the first main movies to use a feminine trailer voice. During the opening weekend, the movie grossed $25,336,048 from about 3,006 US cinemas, leading all movies that weekend.



  1. Kung Fu Panda 2, 2011 – $182,433,700

The movie is a 3D American comedy-drama, computer-animated martial arts movie with Jackie Chan reprising his character part coming from the original movie. In the movie, the Furious Five and Po fights a devil peacock known as Lord Shen that has a mighty weapon that he prepare to overcome China with. But Po finds out a horrifying secret regarding his past and that Shen has something to deal with it. The film had a $150 million budget and it was considered as the top-grossing animated movie of the year.


  1. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, 2001 – $206,021,900

This is an action-adventure movie from the famous Tomb Raider video play game series by director Simon West and it rotates with Lara Croft in attempting to get prehistoric artifacts coming from the enemy. The movie received generally negative reviews coming from their critics because of its bland plot and stylized action, but Jolie was admired for her performance here. Tomb Raider was considered the top grossing movie during its opening week. Tomb Raider was a real box office success with its debut grossed about $48.2 million and initially ranked at number one.


  1. Shark Tale, 2004 – $230,264,100

The movie is an American comedy-drama and computer-animated movie under the production of DreamWorks Animation with director Vicky Jenson, Rob Letterman and Bibo Bergeron. The story of a fish called Oscar played by Smith, who mistakenly claimed to have murdered the son of the shark mob boss to proceeds his personal community standing. The movie opening at number 1with the grossed about $47.6 million, and this was the second-top rank during its opening week for the DreamWorks Animation movie.


  1. Mr. & Mrs. Smith, 2005 – $258,428,900

This is an American action comedy movie that leads with the married couple Pitt and Jolie. They are the fed-up upper-middle class pair that was surprised to discover that they were assassins that belongs to the competing groups, and that they were assigned to murder each other. This is the movie where the relationship of Jolie and Pitt established. This movie ranked at the top during its opening weekend, which accumulates $50,342,878.



  1. Maleficent, 2014 – $259,180,400

This American dark fantasy movie is loosely from Charles Perrault’s first ever fairy tale that was inspired by the 1959 Walt Disney’s animated movie, the Sleeping Beauty. The movie portrayed the tales from the viewpoint of the eponymous adversary, depicting her tenuous connection with the king and the princess of the corrupt kingdom. The movie was met with mix-up reviews from the critics, but was a total commercial success which grossed over millions from around the world, and became the fourth-top-grossing movie in 2014.


  1. Kung Fu Panda, 2008 – $266,742,800

This is an American computer-animated comedy-action martial arts movie by DreamWorks Animation production. Set in the version of primeval China populated by the anthropomorphic speaking animals, the story evolved towards a bumbling panda, known as Po who desires to be the kung fu master. When the devil kung fu fighter was foretold to run away after 20 years in jail, Po is innocently called as the chosen one meant to fight him and bring back the peace to their land. The Kung Fu Panda movie opened in 4,114 theaters and grossed about $20.3 million during its opening day.

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