Let’s rank Oscars contenders by critics’ scores and box office $$$

If you rank the leading Oscar contenders according to their film critics’ scores at Rotten Tomatoes, here’s what you get. For fun, let’s throw in their Cinemascores (where available) and box office takes (according to BoxOfficeMojo), too.

“Selma” — 100 (RT), $1 million

“Boyhood” — 99 (RT), $24 million

“Mr. Turner” — 97 (RT), $500,000

“The Lego Movie” — 96 (RT), A (Cinemascore), $258 million

“A Most Violent Year” — 96 (RT)

“Whiplash” — 96 (RT), $5.5 million

“Nightcrawler” — 95 (RT), $32 million

“Birdman” — 93 (RT), $24 million

“Grand Budapest Hotel” – 92 (RT), $59 million

“How to Train Your Dragon 2” – 92 (RT), A (Cinemascore), $177 million

“Wild” — 92 (RT), $18 million

“The Imitation Game” — 89 (RT), $17 million

“Big Hero 6” — 88 (RT), A (Cinemascore), $201 million

“Gone Girl” — (88 (RT), B (Cinemascore), $166 million

“Foxcatcher” — 86 (RT), $6 million

“Still Alice” – 86 (RT)

“The Homesman” — 80 (RT), $2 million

“The Theory of Everything” — 80 (RT), $23 million

“St. Vincent” — (76 (RT), $43 million

“American Sniper” — 75 (RT), A+ (Cinemascore), $1.2 million

“The Boxtrolls” — 74 (RT), B+ (Cinemascore), $50 million

“Interstellar” — 73 (RT), B+ (Cinemascore), $178 million

“Big Eyes” — 72% (RT), $5.5 million

“Into the Woods” — 71 (RT), B (Cinemascore), $52 million

“Inherent Vice” — 71 (RT), $1 million

“Unbroken” — 51 (RT), A- (Cinemascore), $56 million

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