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Top 10 Indies in the iTunes Store This Week: 'Lucky Them,' Starring Toni Collette, Hits the List

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire June 2, 2014 at 11:20AM

Each Monday, we present you with the most up-to-date list of the top 10 indie movies in the iTunes store, combining rentals and purchases. This week, the day-and-date release "Lucky Them," starring Toni Collette, joins the list in the #3 spot, followed by "The Colony," the sci-fi film starring Laurence Fishburne and Bill Paxton.
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"Lucky Them"
"Lucky Them"

Each Monday, we present you with the most up-to-date list of the top 10 indie movies in the iTunes store, combining rentals and purchases. This week, the day-and-date release "Lucky Them," starring Toni Collette, joins the list in the #3 spot, followed by "The Colony," the sci-fi film starring Laurence Fishburne and Bill Paxton. Spike Jonze's offbeat romance "Her," continues to perform, along with Oscar-winning mainstays "12 Years a Slave" and "Dallas Buyers Club." "Her" also holds the #6 spot in the overall  iTunes Movies store.

"All is Lost" returns to the list (in the #1 spot) as a 99 cent "Movie of the Week" and is joined by another 99 cent rental, the documentary "Murph: The Protector."

READ MORE: Why Oscar Nominee Toni Collette Doesn't Consider Herself a Movie Star

The top 10 indies in iTunes are listed below (number represents North American gross, where applicable):

1. All is Lost (Roadside Attractions, $6,263,670)

2. Her (Warner Bros., $25,568,251)

All Is Lost
"All Is Lost"

3. Lucky Them (IFC, $4,500)

4. The Colony (Image Entertainment, N/A)

5. Enemy (A24, $1,008,726) 

6. Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features,$27,298,285)

7. 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight, $56,671,993)

8. Vampire Academy (The Weinstein Company, $7,791,979)

9. Murph: The Protector (Mactavish Pictures, N/A)

10. August: Osage County (Weinstein Company, $37,738,810)

This article is related to: ITunes, Tech, News, All Is Lost, Lucky Them, VOD/Streaming, VOD







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