Despite its massive local release on 417 prints and a simultaneous worldwide marketing campaign, Warner Brothers' Matrix Revolutions wasn't among the top five biggest openers ever in Spanish history. With Euros 4.2m on the weekend (and a cumulative gross through Sunday of Euros 5.5m), the film also trailed its predecessor Matrix Reloaded's first-weekend gross of Euros 5.61m in Spain, as it did in the US.

Two Spanish films continued to hold steady in the charts: BVI's Planta 4a earned Euros 659,606 off 131 prints in its second weekend, for a total Euros 1.3m, and BVI's Football Days (Dias De Futbol) took in Euros 565,132 off 211 copies on its eighth weekend, for a cumulative Euros 9.2m. The films ranked third and fourth respectively behind UIP's Intolerable Cruelty, which has a cumulative Euros 4.49m after its third weekend.

Local titles Carmen and Take My Eyes (Te Doy Mis Ojos) were in ninth and eleventh places with Euros 307,511 and Euros 197,729, respectively. New releases Goodbye, Lenin!, In The City (En La Ciudad) and Dogville all ranked outside the top 10. Nirvana's Lenin took in Euros 133,461 off 69 prints, while Alta's In The City earned Euros 115,093 off 60 copies and Golem's Dogville Euros 99,519 off just 37 prints following its stint last week at the Valladolid International Film Festival.