Between intermittent shutdowns and straight-to-VOD releases, the movie theater industry has struggled during the coronavirus pandemic. While drive-in theaters have offered a safe alternative for some avid viewers, many others have chosen to simply stay home. There’s even been a surplus of unsold movie theater popcorn.

In short, it’s no surprise that The Numbers’ list of 2020’s highest-grossing movies seems a little strange—and not just because the earnings are so low, though that’s certainly true. Bad Boys for Life (2020) finished first with about $204 million, which is nearly $654 million less than 2019’s top earner Avengers: Endgame (2019). In fact, Bad Boys for Life wouldn’t have made 2019’s top 10.

All revenue differentials aside, the films themselves make for an eclectic list. John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic Halloween came in 13th place, thanks in part to its resurgence at drive-in theaters throughout October. And Robert Downey Jr.’s Dolittle (2020), despite having been widely lambasted by critics, took the eighth spot. It’s far from the only poorly received flick on the list: Fantasy Island (2020), inspired by the eponymous TV series that ran in the late 1970s and early 1980s, has a critics’ rating of 7 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Culture Mix’s Carla Hay compared it to a “tangled, rotting ball of yarn that keeps gathering dust balls of bad ideas on top of more bad ideas.”

In these (and many other) cases, release date likely played an important role in box office success. Dolittle and Fantasy Island debuted in theaters in January and February 2020, respectively—before the pandemic interrupted daily life. Of last year’s 25 highest-grossing movies, 18 hit theaters in late 2019 or early 2020.

See The Numbers’ list below, and find out which films just missed the cut here.

  1. Bad Boys for Life (2020) // $204,417,855
  1. 1917 (2019) // $157,901,466
  1. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) // $146,066,470
  1. Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) // $124,736,710
  1. Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (2019) // $124,496,308
  1. Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020) // $84,158,461
  1. After We Collided (2020) // $82,386,475
  1. Dolittle (2020) // $77,047,065
  1. The Invisible Man (2020) // $64,914,050
  1. The Call of the Wild (2020) // $62,342,368
  1. Onward (2020) // $61,555,145
  1. Tenet (2020) // $57,929,000
  1. Halloween (1978) // $47,274,000
  1. Little Women (2019) // $37,593,127
  1. The Gentlemen (2020) // $36,471,796
  1. Just Mercy (2020) // $35,733,621
  1. Knives Out (2019) // $35,244,610
  1. The Croods: A New Age (2020) // $34,558,715
  1. Parasite (2019) // $29,518,856
  1. Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) // $28,500,000
  1. Frozen II (2019) // $26,934,045
  1. Fantasy Island (2020) // $26,441,782
  1. The New Mutants (2020) // $23,855,569
  1. Like a Boss (2020) // $22,169,514
  1. Unhinged (2020) // $20,831,465

[h/t The Numbers]