The Matt Damon espionage thriller The Bourne Identity was the top-renting U.S. home video of 2003, according to year-end figures issued on Thursday. Combined revenues from DVD and VHS rentals, released on video last January, totaled nearly $79.2 million for the year.
Close behind in second for the year was the Leonardo DiCaprio con-artist caper Catch Me If You Can, which was released on video in May 2003 and generated rental revenues of $75.5 million.
Signs, the crop circle mystery starring Mel Gibson, ranked third with rentals totaling more than $74.9 million since its video release in January 2003.
Rounding out the top-renting videos of 2003 were: Sweet Home Alabama ($74.8 million), My Big Fat Greek Wedding ($74.2 million), The Ring ($68.9 million), How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days ($66.2 million), Bringing Down the House ($64.2 million), Maid in Manhattan ($62.3 million) and Two Weeks Notice ($62.1 million).