In an age where $100 million dollar movie budgets are the norm, we share 20 low budget movies that made an absolute fortune at the box office.
It’s incredibly difficult to find that perfect mixture of low budget and exciting material, and it almost always happens when we least expect it. Check out these low budget movies that turned into massive hits. The final movie is sure to surprise any movie fan!
Box Office: $231M
Juno is played by the brilliant Ellen Page, and is faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Her already unusual life takes a turn as she makes a decision regarding her unborn child. Page is incredible in this film, and her dad is played by Oscar winner J.K. Simmons, what more could one ask for? It made an enormous fortune at the box office. Rumors of a sequel have been around for a while, but a film hasn’t entered production yet.
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